Audioface: Music News, Reviews, & Culture

#76 - The 1975, 6ix9ine, Earl Sweatshirt

Episode Summary

Plus: Meek Mill, Wheeler Walker Jr, and Black Thought.

Episode Notes

On the seventy-sixth episode of Audioface:

Reviews: Earl Sweatshirt's "Some Rap Songs", The 1975's "Brief Inquiry into Online Relationships", Black Thought & Salaam Remi's "Streams of Thought Vol. 2", 6ix9ine's "DUMMY BOY", Meek Mill's "Championships, and Wheeler Walker Jr.'s "WW III"

New single of the week: Grimes' "We Appreciate Power". Vince Staples EVICERATES Thanksgiving. The Some Rap Songs review. Lorde sets an example for other good musicians. The A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships review. The Streams of Thought Vol. 2 review. DJ Khaled has to pay up.

NO CHILL ISLAND: THE 6IX9INE EDITION: Trent Reznor of Nine Inch Nails DESTROYS Ted Cruz. Rainbow-haired rapper's life completely falls apart, not to mention his album DUMMY BOY leaked. Rick Ross has harsh words for 6ix9ine, and we have harsher words for Meek Mill's Championships. Nicki Minaj goes to a fake music festival in Shanghai, and Wheeler Walker Jr.'s WW III gives country music fans something to talk about (in hushed tones).

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