Lil Yachty's Uno movie is just one of at least ten films in development about toys and games, all of which sound deeply bizarre.
New projects from Khalid, Lil Yachty, and How to Dress Well top this week's list.
On his third LP, the 21-year-old Atlanta rapper flashes some the exuberance that made him such an exciting presence on his early mixtapes, but it's still bogged down by filler.
Jimmy Kimmel rounded up a "Hip-Hop Edition" of Mean Tweets and the owns were legendary.
Tune into episode 156 this Sunday at 11 AM EST/8AM PST and 11 PM EST/8 PM PST when Mikey Alfred and Wifisfuneral stop by Noisey Radio on Beats 1.
The Tay Keith-produced single also features ad-libs from Blocboy JB. The internet's favorite couple dominate proceedings while Yachty continues to misfire.
"Wombo" is a quick-hit and "All Girls Are the Same (Remix)" shows the best and worst of Yachty. Nether will help him find love.
In this week's roundup of essential new projects: Young Thug surprises us (again) alongside Nicki Minaj, 21 Savage, and Lil Uzi Vert, Tinashe (finally) returns with her third LP, and War on Women pick apart America's bullshit.
Quavo had some of Atlanta's best rappers running plays for his celebrity football game.
The Zane Lowe-premiered song will get your noggin banging in anticipation of Purpp and Murda's upcoming project.
'Lil Boat 2' finds the young Atlanta rapper largely succeeding at making minor-key trap, but perhaps he was more refreshing rapping over happier video game samples.