The deal reportedly worth $10 million.
Or maybe Keef dropped Interscope.
Get familiar with this Franco-Finish duo before the release of Shake Shook Shaken on January 26.
In this week's GEN F, a godly voice from East Detroit braces to ride her runaway hit.
Calm Down is out tomorrow on Innit Recordings, but you can wrap your ears around the NYC trio's smoky electronic pop now.
Someone's grandma appears in this video, and for that we can all be proud.
Maybe don't watch it.
The track also features a chopped and looped Nina Simone sample.
Surviving two days on the road with Iceage.
"Video Girl" becomes a nightmarish reflection on identity in the digital age, with killer krump moves.
The Brooklyn electronic artist unveils his set from the recent Hudson Mohawke-curated event in LA.
This hip-hop themed tape is pure HudMo: radiating colorful beats in size XL.
The Scottish artist has revealed another new dazzling track from his upcoming Chimes EP
Settle in for an action-packed hour with Action Bronson, Rustie, Cashmere Cat, Madlib and more.
The Scottish electronic artist's LA performance from last month is now available online.
With just a light touch, the TNGHT producer takes the Scottish soul star's simmering hit up to a full boil.
HudMo talks his upcoming album, sage wisdom from Rick Rubin, and lending Apple some cool.
After floating around for a while, the title track of HudMo's new EP is finally here.
The Glaswegian producer's RBMA show was an explosion of super fresh and unexpected talent.
The song finds Kanye rapping about sharks and coffins over a beat produced by Hudson Mohawke, 88-Keys, Mike Dean, Noah Goldstein, and Kanye himself.
The pair reportedly got into a fight at a London club, then duked it out on Twitter over who wears Givenchy best.
Last night at a concert in Leeds, UK, Yeezus producer Hudson Mohawke dropped an unreleased, earlier version of Kanye's love song to Kim called "Bound 1."
Today subversive R&B vocalist and former Cubic Zirconia member Tiombe Lockhart shares a new Hudson Mohawke-produced song called "Can't Get Enough" and the self-directed video to match.
Hudson Mohawke releases a set of remixes to celebrate 100,000 likes on his Facebook page.