The buzz around Future's upcoming album, Honest, has been trending hard, with track leaks and previews popping up all over the web. This is because Future has quickly become one of the most popular names in hip hop, having been featured on countless hits throughout the past year.
Now he's got his very own album and it features a bunch of big names, such as Kanye West, Pharrell, Drake, Wiz Khalifa, and Lil Wayne. The 16 track album can be streamed now before its release next Tuesday, April 22nd.
Donald Glover, also known as Childish Gambino, breaks bread with his alter-ego at a diner in the music video for "Sweatpants.” In the video, Gambino leave the restaurant for a bit and comes back to find everyone there to be a version of himself. If you'd like to find out more about the background of the video check out the blog dedicated to Gambino's debut album, which consists of a script and video clips which narrate the backstory of Because The Internet.
Festival season is finally upon us, and the most recent one to reveal its set time is Counterpoint Festival, which is going down from April 25th to the 27th. They've got everyone from Outkast, to Pretty Lights, to Above & Beyond, Foster The People, Major Lazer, Krewella, Boys Noize, Schoolboy Q, J. Cole and many more are set to play at a 5,000 acre site in Kingston Downs, Georgia. Talk about massive! The festival will have five different stages set up, a camping ground, carnival rides, a food court supported by local Georgian restaurants, and a bunch of other extracurricular activities.
This past Friday, Pete Tong premiered a brand new single on his BBC Radio 1 show from Adrian Lux , titled "Sooner or Later.” You can now listen to the radio edit of the single on Soundcloud and Spotify! The track goes really smooth but yet has a lot of energy packed inside of its deep house percussion and synths. Along with vocals from Kaelyn Behr "Sooner or Later" is such a beautiful track that can be played in just about any setting.
You didn't expect Skrillex to drop an amazing debut album and disappear again, did you? Ever since releasing Recess, Skrillex has shown no signs of slowing down. And now he has released a music video for “Ragga Bomb,” a track that features the Ragga Twins. The video, true to everything the DJ stands for, pushes boundaries with use of imagination and cinematography, beautifully portraying a post-apocalyptic future where gangs have sick dance offs, ride on scooters, and battle with light sabers. Check the video out above and let us know what you think!