drunk

New music

Listen to the Chopped-Not-Slopped Version of Thundercat's 'Drunk'

Thundercat is selling this official OG Ron C edit on vinyl, too.
Phil Witmer
2.15.18
Premieres

Alec Petrus' New Music Video Is a Friendly Reminder to Never Call Your Ex

Watch the premiere of his debut single, "Drunk."
Jens van Overbeek
10.27.17
Internet Videos Of Particular Importance

Get Your Face Gently Melted By Thundercat's Tiny Desk Concert

Jazz keys! Violin! BASS!
Phil Witmer
10.18.17
Internet Videos Of Particular Importance

Thundercat Pivots to Yacht Rock in His "Show You the Way" Video

Michael McDonald and Kenny Loggins both cameo in the 'Drunk' single's weird video.
Lauren O'Neill
10.12.17
Internet Videos Of Particular Importance

Thundercat Brings Yacht Rock Icons Michael McDonald and Kenny Loggins to Fallon

The trio performed "Show You The Way" from Thundercat's latest LP, 'Drunk.'
Alex Robert Ross
6.6.17
internet videos of particular

Watch This Drunk AF Black Metal Band Totally Tank a Performance

The only consolation here is that the band members probably won't remember even playing the gig.
Noisey Staff
5.24.17
Noisey News

Listen to the New Remix of Gucci Mane and Drake's "Both," Now With Added Lil Wayne

The ‘Return of East Atlanta Santa’ cut now has Wayne filling in the “high” part of “drunk and [...] high."
Alex Robert Ross
4.14.17
PROFILES

Thundercat the Great

We went to musical wizard's house to talk his bizarre and brilliant new opus, 'Drunk.'
Paul Thompson
2.24.17
Noisey News

Kendrick Lamar Joins Smooth Bass Individual Thundercat for "Walk on By"

'Drunk' is out Friday.
Alex Robert Ross
2.22.17
New music

Thundercat Shares the Classic Gamer Struggle on "Friend Zone"

"I'd rather play Mortal Kombat, anyways."
Phil Witmer
2.14.17
Features

Twenty Years Later, “Drinking In LA” is Still the Ultimate Existential Slacker Anthem

Bran Van 3000's most famous song is so drunk that someone literally shouts “BEER!” in the second chorus.
Emma Garland
1.24.17
we saw this

We Saw Canadian Rapper Snak The Ripper with Some Hells Angels and a Baby at an Indoor Skatepark

Snak is a voice for misfits that hang out in dingy basements and can’t afford babysitters.
Devin Pacholik
6.9.16
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