The deal reportedly worth $10 million.
Or maybe Keef dropped Interscope.
Fresh off a collab with UK tastemaker Bok Bok, the Australia-via-Zimbabwe rapper goes longform.
The track also features a chopped and looped Nina Simone sample.
In this week's GEN F, a godly voice from East Detroit braces to ride her runaway hit.
Get familiar with this Franco-Finish duo before the release of Shake Shook Shaken on January 26.
The Los Angeles-based singer swaps the original’s more experimental tendencies with some welcome pop immediacy.
Calm Down is out tomorrow on Innit Recordings, but you can wrap your ears around the NYC trio's smoky electronic pop now.
Surviving two days on the road with Iceage.
A DIY rapper makes the most of bad situations
Sink into the LA duo's disembodied R&B.
Dig into a bunch of lush sound collages from the odd pop genius.
"16 Albinos In The S.W.A.T.S." is all sun-warmed psychedelia.
"Video Girl" becomes a nightmarish reflection on identity in the digital age, with killer krump moves.
Big news! The pioneering trio will release No Cities To Love on Sub Pop in January 2015, and they're going on tour.
And he brought his lint roller, of course.
The singer explained on her Instagram that she missed her set due to "the disrespect and hostile environment."
Metal meets bamboo on "Kyoto."
The "cute" South London producer's new EP is somewhere between lullaby and nightmare.
The rapper's latest missive from prison was produced by Mike Will Made It.
The Carter family find their Leonardo Da Vinci flow.