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by Joe Biglin Music What Would Meek Do?

Megan Thee Stallion | Fever

Three albums in and Megan Thee Stallion’s sound hasn’t changed much; instead, it’s the world that’s started to catch on. More expensive sound mixing and Juicy J co-sign aside, Megan has always been a boss and she’s well aware of it. The playful swing…

by Paul Attard Music What Would Meek Do?

Gunna | Drip or Drown 2

There’s an all-too-brief moment near the end of Drip or Drown 2 where Atlanta mumbler Gunna actually does something semi-interesting, by performing one of contemporary trap’s greatest acts of mimicry. On “Three Headed Snake,” Gunna is joined by his mentor, Young Thug, and the…

by Joe Biglin Music What Would Meek Do?

Famous Dex | Dex Meets Dexter

Famous Dex has penned some of the most insane, exuberant SoundCloud rap to date — tracks like Dex Meets Dexter‘s two singles, “Pick It Up” and “Japan.” The former of these features a simultaneously bouncy and tip-toeing beat that, combined with Dex’s explosive and erratic flow, creates an intense synergy…

by Paul Attard Music What Would Meek Do?

Young Thug | Slime Language

Young Thug has always had a way with words — not necessarily in terms of the words themselves, but with regard to how he says them. His verses may play fast-and-loose with the English language in a way that gives traditional hip-hop heads a heart attack,…

by Paul Attard Music

Young Thug | Jeffery

Through a career that’s spanned 16 mixtapes (four of them released commercially), three label deals (Cash Money Records, 1017 Records, and 300 Entertainment), and yet still no studio album, Young Thug has maintained a reputation as the most elusive rapper going; one really need only listen to…

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