Spiritual drones and old folk songs fill out this week's essential listening.
Mexico? Likely. India? Not so much.
Nirvana's 'Nevermind' is just 42:20 minutes of wailing. Fight me.
Future was a no-show for NPR's Tiny Desk Concert, but Zaytoven did it anyway.
We caught up with Gunna before the release of his debut album 'Drip or Drown 2,' and the Atlanta rapper is ready to conquer all of rap.
After seven albums with Epic Records, Future is looking to start fresh—which isn't entirely a bad thing.
The Atlanta rapper released a new visual for "Rocket Ships," a cut from 'The Wizrd.'
As he released 'The WIZRD,' we went back through his catalog and, goddamn, these tracks still slap. Here's where to start.
"Permission" was funny as hell, the two rap icons hitting their cues perfectly.
What could go wrong?
'WRLD on Drugs' follows the single "Fine China," and features Young Thug, Lil Wayne, Gunna and Nicki Minaj.
Hopefully, this means a proper Future album is on the way.