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Vic Mensa Says He Rejects Abusive Rappers, Defends XXXTentacion Call-Out

Mensa has taken to social media to defend the anti-abuse comments he made in his BET Awards freestyle.
Shaad D’Souza
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Mac Miller Has Died at 26

The rapper was found in his San Fernando Valley home.
Noisey Staff
Festivals 2018

Hot Damn, Desert Daze 2018 Adds Slowdive, Wooden Shjips, IDLES, and More

Plus daily schedules, new programming, and single day tickets.
Andrea Domanick
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Let's Watch Ryan Adams Do the Weather Forecast in Denver

He was fascinated by the green screen.
Alex Robert Ross

Eagles of Death Metal's Jesse Hughes Criticizes Gun Control Protesters

The singer angrily responded to calls for stricter gun laws and directly attacked Parkland survivor Emma Gonzáles.
Michi Koffler
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Woman Who Accused Nelly of Rape Wants to Drop Case, Will Not Testify

The woman “wishes she had not called 911 because she believes the system is going to fail her,” according to her lawyer.
Alex Robert Ross
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Mystikal Has Been Indicted on Rape and Kidnapping Charges

The New Orleans rapper turned himself in to authorities last month.
Lawrence Burney

Weaves and Tanya Tagaq "Scream" For You To Love Yourself

The band debuted the track from their forthcoming record at the Polaris Prize gala last night and have a brand new video to go along with it.
Sarah MacDonald
Holy Shit

Why Is Far Right News Outlet Breitbart Tweeting Taylor Swift Lyrics?

Steve Bannon's back, and he's apparently really into Swift's new single, "Look What You Made Me Do."
Noisey Staff
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Mystikal Has Turned Himself in on Rape Charges in Louisiana

The New Orleans rapper allegedly assaulted a woman in October of 2016.
Lawrence Burney
Holy Shit

New Broken Social Scene Video Features a Toilet, a Metaphor for the Ages

But whom is flushing the entertainers away?
Sarah MacDonald
New music

Listen to "Wings," Vic Mensa's New Single with Pharrell and Saul Williams

The hot-as-shit track is on his new album The Autobiography, which features Weezer, Chief Keef, Joey Purp, and many more.
Josh Terry