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  1. N.E.R.D's last album, Nothing, came out in 2010, so the release of their comeback LP today has been a long time coming. They've been teasing No_One Ever Really Dies with some monster collaborations; we heard Rihanna rap on the album's lead single last month, followed by an André 3000 feature, a beautiful and politically charged music video with Future, and most…
  2. It's been just about three years since Charli XCX's last full-fledged LP, the brash and addictive Sucker. But in that time, the pop visionary and Millennial Pink enthusiast has been far from quiet, releasing a steady stream of music via EPs, singles, or mixtapes ahead of her heavily anticipated third album. Earlier this year, Charli…
  3. Eminem made his grand reentry into the public eye this fall with a widely circulated and debated BET Hip-Hop Awards freestyle targeting President Donald Trump, which was a positive gesture but also totally suuuuuuucked. He followed that up with "Walk On Water," a tepid Beyoncé collaboration that saw him turning that critical eye on himself.
  4. The Decemberists have put to music an unused set of lyrics that Lin-Manuel Miranda originally wrote for Hamilton. As the band explains in a post on their website, Miranda reached out to Colin Meloy to ask them to record a version of "Ben Franklin's Song," which was cut from the show after Miranda couldn't figure…
  5. Neil Young recently released a new album and launched his online archive. DRAM released a sweet three-song holiday EP last month. But what do Young and DRAM have in common? I'm not entirely sure except they're in this song together! "Campfire" appears on the star-studded soundtrack for Will Smith's new sci-fi Netflix film Bright, which might seem like a Men