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NPR Music 12h
After winning only 8 percent of the Black vote in 2016, the Trump campaign is making a final push by playing up endorsements from Lil Wayne, Ice Cube and 50 Cent.
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NPR Music 12h
*stares out window with 'folklore' on repeat*
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NPR Music 13h
Replying to @totalvibration
sorry there's no meme today. maybe next week, folks
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Lars Gotrich 🍷🌊 13h
Honestly such a delight to produce this Listening Party. You can catch the album stream + convo for the next 24 hours.
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NPR Music 13h
On this week's Viking's Choice playlist from : - Pinkshift has Big Paramore Energy - 30 years (!) of GWAR's 'Scumdogs of the Universe' - Sassy and strutty K-pop from LOONA - Chinese screamo band Bennu is a Heron interpolates Daft Punk
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Mountain Stage 13h
We're going LIVE this Sunday! You can't join us in person but you can watch from wherever you are thanks to and . WATCH Sunday at 7pm EST.
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NPR Music 13h
On her sixth studio release – her third in three years – emerges with a decidedly mature and distinctly R&B sound. has our early look at 'positions':
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NPR Music 15h
Join us at 2 p.m. ET for another NPR Music Listening Party as we revisit 's 20th anniversary reissue of 'Stankonia' with , and . Details: Tune in:
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NPR Music 16h
😈 Sad13's () sweet-and-sour songs explode with creative arrangements and nerdy production techniques. Watch a devilish Tiny Desk (home) concert recorded separately from Philly, New York and Stamford.
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NPR Music 16h
This week's New Music Friday rundown is absolutely stacked! We begin with a celebration of 's 'Stankonia' 20th anniversary reissue, plus hear selections from , , and more.
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Lars Gotrich 🍷🌊 16h
ATLiens far and wide, 's 'Stankonia' Listening Party starts at 2 p.m. ET. We've assembled a dream panel ( ), stank you very much. Take a late lunch... BREAK!
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Ayesha Rascoe 20h
Another rapper endorsed President Trump last night, just in time for my story about how the campaign is reaching out to Black voters
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Louder Than A Riot 17h
The music industry crackdown on mixtapes was just a modern-day remix of the Black Codes. Call it the Rap Codes. and break it all the way down:
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Mary Louise Kelly Oct 29
Today's moment of joy: talked to of & his sons Spencer and Sammy. Among the topics we covered: a) whether Hitchcock is underrated b) the new album c) who in the family decided it would be a good idea to livestream Jeff taking a bath...
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All Songs Considered 18h
Happy Halloween from Sad13 and their Tiny Desk (home) concert with horns (not those kind of horns)
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🧟‍♀️ Lyndscary McKenna 19h
Happy, happy and day to all! This week's New Music Friday playlist update includes Christmas cheer courtesy of and , plus a bunch of new covers in honor of Halloween!
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Zora Neale Thirston 19h
TODAY IH THE DAY!!! Naw, that ain’t a typo, yes, I am super crunk about this! Come holla at your folk (me )! Stank ya smelly much.
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Louder Than A Riot Oct 29
The mixtape raid is a prime example of the trap that befalls Black expression -- suppression, criminalization, and co-optation: "What they took me down for is now what is running the industry." Ep 5: The Day The Mixtape Died is out now. [Explicit]
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NPR Music Oct 29
In the early 2000s, DJ Drama's mixtapes launched countless artists' careers and defined an entirely new sound. But when mixtapes became a scapegoat for the music industry's collapse, Drama took the fall. on 's story:
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NPR Music Oct 29
In her new song, attempts to understand not only the rise of our current commander-in-chief, but also the very nation that produced him. "Orange Man" is the latest addition to our We Insist timeline of 2020 protest music:
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