Atlanta spitfire OG Maco, the young crunkmaster behind minimalist viral hits like “U Guessed It” and “Fuckemx3″ is dropping his latest mixtape, Live Life 2 . The sequel to last year’s Live Life , its seven tracks are full of screamed ad-libs and sinister bouts of AutoTune. What else would expect from an EP with a song called “Unleash the Kraken”? 10 Artists You Need To Know Maco recently signed to Quality Control, the booming Atlanta record label who’s leading the charge in young, energetic, experimentally minded musicians, joining a roster that includes Migos and Skippa Da Flippa. Will Maco’s explosive shouts — “Yeah, yeah!” “Hwah!” “Fuckemfuckemfuckem!” — signal a new era of crunktastic ATL rap? Will he prove to be the Death Grips of the Dirty South?
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On November 3, Paul Rodgers brings his Royal Sessions project — described by Jimmy Page as a “timeless masterpiece” — to London’s Royal Albert Hall… and we’ve snagged a pair of front row seats.
Bonafide have announced details of a mini-EP to be unveiled ahead of the release of their new album next year.
Fresh off the triumphant debut of The Big Revival , his 13th Number One country album debut, Kenny Chesney is returning to the road. The country superstar visited ABC’s Good Morning America on Friday to announce the Big Revival Tour, which will hit arenas, amphitheaters and stadiums next year. The trek, which the singer estimates will hit about 55 cities, kicks off in Nashville on March 26th, Chesney’s 47th birthday. Watch Kenny Chesney Strip Down New Single For Intimate Show “I can’t think of a better way to celebrate,” he says. “I’ve been ready to get out there for a long time
Foo Fighters have made a second track from their forthcoming Sonic Highways album available.
A popular London music venue has announced it is to close, blaming the capital’s “petty minded” licensing laws.
Yes have announced details of their first live release featuring frontman Jon Davison.
Foo Fighters’ HBO musical travelogue series Sonic Highways next visits Washington D.C., and Rolling Stone has your exclusive preview at what Dave Grohl considers to be his homecoming. Having grown up in the Virginia suburbs outside of D.C., Grohl got his start in the city’s influential hardcore scene performing with local acts like Dain Bramage and Scream before popping up on Nirvana’s radar. Inside the Foo Fighters’ Wildly Ambitious New Album “The experiences I’ve had in this city, from the age of 14 years old, set this foundation for the rest of my life as a musician,” Grohl says in the clip above. “The community, the support, the love that was here in the D.C. music scene has carried over into what I do now
Last night, Luke Bryan was featured on Nightline where he spoke about his signature moves on stage and the music he sings. The moves…he gives all the credit to good jeans…Although we beg to differ… It may be good genes. More ABC news videos | ABC Health News Over the past few years, Luke has […]
Cracker have been weaving subtle yet undeniable country twang throughout their sound since their 1992 self-titled debut. See “Mr. Wrong” from that album, or even “Lonesome Johnny Blues” from the 1993 follow-up Kerosene Hat . But with their new double album, Berkeley to Bakersfield , out December 9th, the alt-rock radio band known for such hits as “Low” and “Get Off This” dives headfirst into the California country sound. At least on the Bakersfield portion of the album.
Led Zeppelin have released an alternative mix version of Rock And Roll from the IV remaster set, which is out on Monday. A remastered Houses Of The Holy will be issued on the same day.
Dave Mustaine believes his missing mother-in-law may have been picked up by someone who thought they were helping – and he’s appealed for them to let his family know what happened.