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Soulja Boy Is the Storyteller of Our Generation

In his first interview with The Breakfast Club, Soulja Boy argued he had the best comeback of 2018 but really just ended up telling wild stories.
Kristin Corry

The Case for Nicki Minaj's Queen Radio

Nicki Minaj reminded us why rap personalities thrive on-air. The identity of black radio and its oral tradition dates back further than the airwaves.
Kristin Corry

Toronto Is Getting Rap Radio Again, but It May Be Too Little, Too Late

The change comes a little over a year after 93.5 last rebranded itself.
Phil Witmer
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Someone Keeps Hacking a Radio Station to Play a 70s Masturbation Song

Ivor Biggun's "Winker's Song" is 100 percent as bad as it sounds.
Lauren O'Neill
Holy Shit

Frank Ocean Played a New Version of "Slide On Me", with Added Young Thug

The track was aired on today's surprise BLONDED radio show.
Noisey Staff
Future Days

Fuck Algorithms, College Radio Is a Reminder of How Great Music Can Be When Nobody's Trying to Make Money

I DJed at my alma mater's radio station and remembered the beauty of awkward on-air commentary and hit-or-miss programming.
Drew Millard
Internet Videos Of Particular Importance

Watch BADBADNOTGOOD and Mike D Join Forces for a Cover of Galt MacDermot’s “Coffee Cold”

The Canadian quartet played a five-song set and sat down for an interview on the Beastie Boy’s Beats 1 show.
Alex Robert Ross
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Listen Back to Frank Ocean's Brilliant 'blonded' Radio Show in Full

The first episode of the Beats 1 show premiered suddenly and will soundtrack your pizza party.
Noisey Staff
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Let’s Analyze Desiigner’s Energy Levels in this Hot 97 Freestyle

Alex Robert Ross
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Watch Future’s Full Interview with Zane Lowe

The Beats 1 interview should tide America over while it waits for the release of 'Future' tonight.
Alex Robert Ross
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A Texas Radio Station Has Banned Madonna Songs

Turns out they weren't fans of her “un-American” Women's March comments
Lauren O'Neill
Longreads Or Whatever

Streaming Won’t Kill the Radio Star

The rise in popularity of Beats 1 and independent stations like Rinse, NTS, and Radar shows just how much we still desire a human touch over algorithm-curated playlists.
Moya Lothian-McLean