Brandon Soderberg is the news editor of the Baltimore Beat, cofounder of the Baltimore Institute For Non-Profit Journalism, and the former editor-in-chief of Baltimore City Paper.
An insane trial proved widespread racketeering, drug conspiracy, and robbery by police in Baltimore. There's more coming.
The 79-year-old co-founded the legendary German art-rock group Can, who produced some of the most influential music of the 70s and 80s.
The eye of Atlanta has captured Young Thug, Migos, Rich Homie Quan, iLoveMakonnen, and pretty much every other single rapper you love turning up to.
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It's rare these days that a music video thoroughly captures the aesthetic of a musician while indulging the quirk necessary for potential virality or meme-fication.
"I Luh Ya Papi" serves as an appropriately twisting and turning history lesson for an art form as counterintuitive as the music video.
This is how we ro-oh-oh-oh-oh-oll.
Dean Blunt managed to capture the druggy melancholy of modern videos with a girl, some weed, a bummy couch, and a static camera.
Haim's Regular Ass Dance Moves in "If I Could Change Your Mind" Are Perfect for Dancing Alone In Your Apartment
Directed by Warren Fu, the charming video will only make you love the Haim sisters more.
Completing the circle by making a rap video based on 'The Wolf of Wall Street,' a movie that shows business fuckheads acting like bigger assholes than similarly-ballin' rappers.
“Killin' Shit” still captures the darkness and energy of Korine's movie, reflecting its freewheeling maximalist energy, but it doesn't play its hedged hipster post-everything game for even a moment.