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Six Songs That Will Scare Your Parents This Halloween

Here are some of the best songs for you to blast on your speaker to give your parents a good fright this Halloween.
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Artsweek Highlights: TV’s Best Halloween Specials

While of course there are several classic horror films to indulge in during Halloween, Artsweek instead presents you with a carefully curated list of some of TV’s best takes on this costumed, candy-...
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Adult Swim Festival to Hit L.A. This November

After its initial debut last year, the Adult Swim Festival is back for lovers of music and comedy alike with its diverse lineup of both musical artists and comedians. Held by the television network Ad...
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Tracks of the Month: September 2019

As we welcome the month of October with open arms, it’s time for Artsweek to highlight the new tracks that stood out in September.
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A Trap Music Guide to Love and Heartbreak

Here are some of the best songs to listen to with your new boo when you feel love is in the air or when the person you thought was your “whole world” is no longer that.
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In Review: ‘The Lost Boy’ by YBN Cordae

YBN Cordae somehow embodies many older legendary rappers while still remaining characteristically similar to newer mumble rappers.
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A Brief Guide to British Rap

Despite the initial peculiarity of a posh-voice rap about dark subjects with vernacular that clashed with my American ear, I have now subscribed to the British rap scene.
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When Misogyny Masquerades as Entertainment: Looking at Today’s Rap & Hip Hop

What has made it so normalized for rappers, who lead today’s most popular musical genre, to generalize and sexualize women as much as they desire?
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In Review: Noir by Smino

Although new Smino listeners may be unimpressed by the uncanny composition of different types of music, the stylistic choices Smino made represents the mastery of his understanding of hip-hop and the ...
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The Friday Review: My Dear Melancholy by The Weeknd

Maybe My Dear Melancholy is The Weeknd’s attempt at returning to his most loved Trilogy production, or maybe he’s moving toward a new direction that continues to combine pop, alternative rock, and...
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Southern Rapper J.I.D Makes SB Debut at Velvet Jones

As the song ended and the crowd was still moshing, people were cheering in deep appreciation of the immensely talented group of people all standing on stage in conjunction.
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