Comedian Mike Epps has given Ghostface Killah the parody treatment.
Don’t mess with Ghostface.
EDM and hip-hop are the driving forces behind this Midwestern music festival happening in Somerset, Wisconsin.
Both released new albums this week, too.
Let’s all think twice before we all decide to get onstage at an Action Bronson show, OK?
Instead of an awards show, YouTube celebrates with a series of original music videos from established and emerging artists alike.
Action Bronson is “Actin Crazy” on his new single, which marks the announcement of a new album called Mr. Wonderful out in March on Vice Records.
Or he plays Oprah—take your pick.
To be fair, the battle is mostly made up of both portly rappers’ heavy breathing, though they manage to get out a few bars.
Together they have a Starsky and Hutch-esque chemistry, attempting to out-weirdo each other.
Expect his next full-length Mr. Wonderful to drop sometime this year.
Action Bronson is a force of nature.
Odd Future’s Camp Flog Gnaw was one of the undersung highlights of last year’s music festival season. Sure, it ran way longer than it was scheduled, but free carnival rides, a skatepark and a surprise appearance from Kanye West makes most people happy.
In another installment of Radio.com’s year-end coverage, Nate Patrin examines how the most powerful rap releases of 2013 were focused on something smaller, and in the wake of “meh” big albums, this might be a future trend.
Eminem is back, and he is a virtuoso, a major artists, something against the grain of what we have today. M.I.A. is still challenging people for the better, plus more thoughts on Avril and Action.
The record will be Diplo’s first solo release since 2010’s “Express Yourself” EP, which helped kick off the current “twerking” craze.