On King Tuff’s third album, the D.I.Y. glam-rocker re-brands himself as some sort of demonic teenager.
Mapei’s savvy-sweet brand of pop is proof that high-quality ingredients can’t be faked, even in a product designed for immediate and mass consumption.
Happy Friday, everybody! Here’s a bonus GIF of that one time I made a two-second cameo walking across the screen in OK Go’s ridiculous Tiny Desk Concert. —Lars
At 82, Ernest Ranglin still plays the ska, reggae and jazz sounds he’s been perfecting for more than half a century.
Saturday marks two decades since Bad Boy Records released Ready to Die, the album that introduced the charismatic, exceptionally talented, gone too soon rapper Biggie Smalls to the world, and made him a star.
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