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User Image noisey Posted: Aug 7, 2012 8:07 PM (UTC)

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Watch Cute Kids moshing to Black Flag while drinking Noisey Brew on our latest episode of You Review.

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User Image noisey Posted: Jan 22, 2018 10:37 PM (UTC)

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Aaron Maine aka @porches_hiii lives alone for the first time in his life, and he’s comfortable. But his new record ‘The House’ is a document of more uncertain times. Make sure to check it out, and read our interview with him on Noisey.com. 📸's @brianvu
User Image noisey Posted: Jan 22, 2018 9:21 PM (UTC)

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A star-studded Yams Day 2018 showed just how deep A$AP Yams' legacy still runs, and A$AP's reach extends far beyond Harlem. For the full gallery and rundown of the day's event, link in bio. 📸 @zhamakthecat
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User Image noisey Posted: Jan 22, 2018 6:28 PM (UTC)

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@snoopdogg is fed up with people sending him unsolicited photos of sex dolls. It's getting so out of hand that the veteran rapper choose to air his grievances on Instagram over the weekend.

Snoop had words for those with a fetish for the adult toys. "If another nigga send me a picture of one of these motherfucking blow-up dolls," he said, smiling through the fact that he even needed to address this. "I don't give a fuck about how sexy you think the bitch look. That's a fucking doll, nigga." The DoggFather had some major advice for anyone considering joining the doll wave: "Knock it off and get you a real bonafide breathing bitch." We have a couple of questions of our own: Who is doing this? Why are you sending it to Snoop of all people? Did he ask at first? How many is too many? How is he receiving them? Email? DM? Snail mail? Carrier pigeon? Is it the same doll? Or many dolls?

I'm sure Snoop will keep us posted if the faux nudes don't stop.
User Image noisey Posted: Jan 22, 2018 6:10 PM (UTC)

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It's the 50th anniversary of the release of Dr. John's debut album, which is a psych rock classic btw.
User Image noisey Posted: Jan 22, 2018 5:11 PM (UTC)

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Over the weekend, women in cities across the world commemorated the first anniversary of the Women's March, which in 2017 fell on the day after the inauguration of Trump, by marching again. A year has made quite a difference—late 2017 saw women from every background and industry adding their voices to the #MeToo movement, exposing the breadth and depth of the sexual assault epidemic, and finally turning up the volume on a problem that had only previously been discussed—on any large scale, at least—in whispers.

Last weekend, then, when women, non-binary people, and their allies gathered, it had new significance, and the speakers involved in the major march, which took place in New York City, reflected that. Many discussed #MeToo, and the Hollywood-centric #Time'sUp campaign, and shared their own testimonies as survivors. One such speaker was @iamhalsey, who shared a powerful poem titled "A Story Like Mine." It candidly recounted her own experiences of sexual assault, as both a child ("The stairwell beside apartment 1245 will haunt me in my sleep for as long as I am alive"), and an adult ("He says I can't say no to him, this much I owe to him. He buys my dinner, so I have to blow him"), and also served as a call to arms, to fight the "war to be won" against this widespread, dehumanising problem.

She also called out Trump's silence on #MeToo, referencing the current proceedings against USA Gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar, who is accused of sexually assaulting over 140 young, vulnerable athletes: "It's about Olympians and a medical resident, and not one fucking word from the man who is President," she said. It's rousing and moving, and speaks to an admirable and affecting honesty on Halsey's part, as well as the continuing need for change.
User Image noisey Posted: Jan 22, 2018 4:10 PM (UTC)

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Aretha Franklin released this classic album 50 years ago today.
User Image noisey Posted: Jan 22, 2018 3:40 PM (UTC)

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User Image noisey Posted: Jan 21, 2018 9:10 PM (UTC)

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The "Otis" video is apparently much different than we remember it.
User Image noisey Posted: Jan 21, 2018 4:20 PM (UTC)

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Initial thoughts?
User Image noisey Posted: Jan 20, 2018 9:08 PM (UTC)

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Missed today's play of #NoiseyRadio on @beats1official? Don't worry, it's on again tomorrow at 9 PM EST/6 PM PST. This week we sat down with up and comer @lilskies to break down his debut mixtape, 'Life of A Dark Rose.' Then, @allahlas are in the house to discuss their new project of cover songs, 'Covers #1.' Plus, we check in with good-ass rapper @tylayaweh. Listen at apple.co/noisey
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User Image noisey Posted: Jan 20, 2018 3:06 PM (UTC)

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Fredo Santana, the raucous Chicago rapper whose music was inextricably linked with trap's rise to the mainstream, has reportedly died at the age of 27. The news first came through social media with Drake and Lil Durk posting tributes to the artist, born Derrick Coleman. There is no official confirmation of his death as yet. Coleman had been hospitalized with liver and kidney failure in October 2017.

This developing story will be updated as more details emerge.
User Image noisey Posted: Jan 19, 2018 10:45 PM (UTC)

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It's the weekend, pals. Live it up.
User Image noisey Posted: Jan 19, 2018 9:50 PM (UTC)

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30 years ago today Megadeth released their third studio album.
User Image noisey Posted: Jan 19, 2018 8:54 PM (UTC)

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Janis Joplin would've been 75 years old today. RIP.
User Image noisey Posted: Jan 19, 2018 8:06 PM (UTC)

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ICYMI: Migos are continuing with their promotion for 'Culture II,' which includes a taped (likely before the controversy surrounding Offset's fumbled apology for an homophobic line) appearance on Ebro Darden's Beats 1 show.
While there are still a few volleys lobbed at Joe Budden (Ebro: "Do you feel like Joe Budden needs to thank y’all?" Quavo: "Yeah, Joe. You got a new job now, Joe."), the most interesting tidbit is how Pharrell's beat for the group's recent single "Stir Fry" apparently isn't all that recent, according to Quavo: "We was in the studio in LA —[Pharrell] was in the next room—I think we were still working on 'Culture II' but we’ve been running into each other. We been—you know what I'm sayin’—cool but, he was over there working and we just stepped in because if anybody—we just walk in everybody’s sessions and just—it’s love and go to work. And he had like 3 or 4 beats, but the pack was from 2008! Like the old hard drive, he had the old pack. He said he was waiting on this moment, so [laugh]." Around the time when "Stir Fry" supposedly originates from, Pharrell and the Neptunes would have been working on Clipse's 2009 swan song Til the Casket Drops, but we can't really be sure the beat was rejected from the album, even if you don't have to try that hard to hear Pusha T on it. You can find the entire interview on Beats 1.
User Image noisey Posted: Jan 19, 2018 7:05 PM (UTC)

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If there ever comes a time when the dictionary fosters the definition of rap beef into its pages, Jeffery Atkins a.k.a. Ja Rule should be next to it. In 2003, when 50 Cent was rapidly taking hip-hop and pop culture by the throat, his main selling point was that the time for sensual hood ballads (Rule's specialty) was over and the time for people who survived nine gunshots and didn't sing hooks (him) had arrived. He crushed Ja Rule in historical fashion.

The overwhelming majority of the public only remembers the Ls Ja Rule went on to take after that point in the form of skits, songs, and interview clips. Very few remember when, from 1999-2003, Ja had four platinum selling albums, all of which charted in the top four. So it's understandable that Ja Rule would be a tad salty after how he and his Jamaica Queens counterpart's static played out, especially considering that 50 went on to adopt the poppy rap tunes he criticized Ja for during the height of their beef.

But shouldn't it all be over in 2018? Well, Ja Rule doesn't think so. This morning, he went on a Twitter tirade about his feelings towards 50, mentioning that Fif is his son, student, and paddawan [sic]. He also went on to stress that 50 Cent's life is owed to him.

There are a few things to note. Both Ja Rule and 50 Cent are quite skilled when it comes to being shit-stirrers and masters of promotion. Today, Den of Thieves, a film in which 50 stars is debuting in theaters. He's also in the process of promoting his new TV series, The Oath. Ja Rule was tied to one of the biggest scams of the decade in last year's Fyre Fest. And most confusing of all, PornHub is claiming responsibility for the most recent shit storm. In short, neither are to be trusted. But one thing is for certain that should not be lost in the space between these past 15 years: 50 Cent washed Ja Rule and everybody knows it...except Ja who is quite firm in his stance.