The 'Old Town Road' Video Is Better Than 'The Godfather'
Chris Rock, Vince Staples, and Rico Nasty join Lil Nas X and Billy Ray Cyrus for an epic five-minute video for the song.
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The Guide to Getting into Country Rap, from Bubba Sparxxx to Lil Nas X
"Old Town Road" is the no. 1 song in America, but the roots of the genre date back to the early 2000s and tell an intriguing story about the value of country music's traditional gatekeepers.
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Hell Yeah, Kacey Musgraves Covered Selena in Houston Last Night
The Album of the Year Grammy winner’s RodeoHouston set featured a stunning rendition of the late Tejano singer’s 1992 single “Como la Flor.”
William Tyler Sees Hope in the Dark Heart of America
The guitarist, now based in Los Angeles, confronts global upheaval with 'Goes West,' a new record of "rural new age" as well as some deep thoughts about what's going on in divided times.
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"Please, Daddy (Don't Get Drunk This Christmas)" Is All Kinds of Upsetting
In the middle of a career full of bright, wistful country-pop songs, John Denver recorded a plea from a seven-year-old child to an alcoholic father. It's brutal. Let's listen to it!
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Kacey and Willie
Here's one for the road.
Margo Price's New Video Shows All America Has to Offer
In addition to premiering a clip for "All American Made," the country singer weighs in on the midterm elections, gun violence, and the change she’s fighting for.
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Robert Christgau on Pistol Annies' Sharp 'Interstate Gospel'
The Dean of American Rock Critics reviews the country supergroup's new LP, plus recent records from Becky Warren and Mandy Barnett.
No Man Has a Voice Like Colter Wall
The country music wunderkind speaks on his new album 'Songs of the Plains,' 11 tracks of vintage country and heartbroken triumph. Stream it now.
The Marcus King Band's 'Carolina Confessions' Is a Country Music Gut-Punch
Dave Cobb produced the triumphant record from the 22-year-old's band. Stream it now.
John Prine Has His Eyes on the Afterlife
The 71-year-old country legend speaks on 'The Tree of Forgiveness,' routines, being practical, Phil Spector, scientists, Pluto, daydreaming, smoking cigarettes, God, and more.
Sam Morrow's Cynical Joy Finds LA Country at Its Best
On his third LP, the rising LA country star is taking more chances and giving fewer fucks. Watch the premiere of his "Quick Fix" video below.