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CLOUDSPOTTING #1: Katy Perry, Thundercat & Kendrick Lamar, Ahsh Eff

CLOUDSPOTTING #1: Katy Perry, Thundercat & Kendrick Lamar, Ahsh Eff

Every Friday, the members of the Highclouds team have a meeting and talk about some of the biggest releases of

Stardom and mental health: A decade after Britney Spears' Breakdown

A decade ago, on February 16, 2007, pop princess Britney Spears entered Esther’s hair salon in California and asked the

Little-Simz Stillness In Wonderland review

Little Simz – Stillness In Wonderland

“I don’t belong anywhere, not even my own town”. So says London-born artist Little Simz in her song “Doorways +

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Danny Brown – Really Doe (ft. Kendrick Lamar, Ab-Soul, and Earl Sweatshirt)

Nothing builds anticipation for a new hip-hop album like a hard hitting, trash talking track, particularly when it’s a posse cut. On “Really Doe,” Danny Brown brings together some of the rap game’s top emcees to wreak havoc over a killer instrumental with no apologies.

Sampa the Great – Blue Boss

Sampa the Great

Australia’s rising hip-hop star, Sampa the Great is a phenomenon that is taking scene by storm. Having opened up a set for Grammy award-winning Kendrick Lamar after releasing, ‘The Great Mixtape’ in 2015. The rapper is back with new music to capitivate our ears and minds; with no limits to reach the top of her game.

Beyoncé releases new album “Lemonade”.

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We could have expected that! The same night that she premiered her HBO special documentary “Lemonade”, Queen Bee decided to Beyoncé (a new verb meaning “dropping by surprise”) her new album. The LP, which is also named “Lemonade”, is now available via Columbia/Parkwood with a streaming exclusivity on Tidal. It features beautiful people such as Jack White (who is also a co-investor in TIDAL), James Blake, Kendrick Lamar, and The Weeknd.

Anna Wise – BitchSlut

You maybe don’t know that you know her but yet, it could be… Anna Wise (or Anna The Wise, sometimes) is one-half of the indie experimental duo Sonnymoon and a regular collaborator of hip-hop superstar Kendrick Lamar. She was present on all his releases since “good kid, m.A.A.d city” in 2012. Now, the lady gives it a try in solo with a feminist anthem, elegantly titled “BitchSlut”, that will convince you after only one listening. And in order to better her odds, she released a provocative but justified video to go with it.

Kanye West – No More Parties in L.A (feat. Kendrick Lamar )

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After teasing the come back of the “GOOD Fridays”, Kanye West decided to postpone his new track “No More Parties in L.A” (which was teased in the end of his previous single “Real Friends“).