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SINGLE REVIEW: Fall Out Boy – “The Kids Aren’t Alright”

Artist: Fall Out Boy
Song: “The Kids Aren’t Alright”
Album: American Beauty / American Psycho

The rumors of Fall Out Boy’s plans to release a follow-up to Save Rock And Roll in 2015 have recently been proven true, and now we find ourselves in the midst of a promotional campaign that has encountered its fair share of criticism. We have made it a point to review every new song that has surfaced thus far, and today are continuing those efforts by taking a look at “The Kids Aren’t Alright,” which premiered online earlier this week. If you missed the …

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Pusha T Shares Found Footage Video For “Lunch Money”

Just about a month after surprising fans with the release of the Kanye West produced single “Lunch Money,” Pusha T has shared the track’s official music video.

Directed by Emil Nava, the video for “Lunch Money” adds a fun twist on the found footage genre with shots described as “surveillance footage” obtained from a sting operation. What follows is a collection of performance shots, dance battles, money, and fast cars, all while Pusha does his best to smile while simultaneously looking tough for the camera(s). You can view the video, in full, below:…

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Rae Sremmurd Stream “Drinks On Us” Featuring Future

Rae Sremmurd are doing everything in their power to promote the fast-approaching release of their debut album right now, including hopping on the latest Mike Will Made It mixtape. Neither release has been shared with the public in full, but late Sunday night a new song from the “No Flex Zone” duo found its way online.

“Drinks On Us” is Rae Sremmurd’s contribution to Mike Will’s Ransom, which is expected to be released online sometime today, December 15. The track is a hazy and hypnotic club anthem, with loads of reverb added to every vocal track to help make …

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Fall Out Boy Stream “The Kids Aren’t Alright”

The release of Fall Out Boy‘s follow-up to Save Rock And Roll is inching closer by the day, and this morning we have another new song to experience, debate, love, and (for some of us) hate.

“The Kids Aren’t Alright” is the fourth new song to surface from Fall Out Boy in recent months, but it’s the first we can confirm beyond the shadow of a doubt for FOB’s new record. It’s unclear where “Centuries” will end up, and we already know “Immortals” was created for Big Hero 6, but this track was written …

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YG Switches Things Up With “2015 Flow”

After being snubbed during the 2015 GRAMMY nominations, YG has surprised fans and critics by showcasing another side of his talent with “2015 Flow.”

It’s hard to find something to hate about YG’s 2014 debut album, My Krazy Life, but the more you listen the more it’s hard to ignore the fact the Bompton native only used one flow throughout the record. It’s something that could be called both an achievement and an act of laziness, but regardless of where you stand YG has a new flow, and I think you’re going to like it. You can stream …

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Stream Two Songs Lana Del Rey Wrote For Tim Burton’s ‘Big Eyes’

Lana Del Rey wrote two brand new songs for Tim Burton’s upcoming film Big Eyes, and early this morning both tracks found their way online.

I’m all for new Lana Del Rey at any time and for any reason, even if the project that inspired her latest work is a complete snoozefest. Yes, we have seen Big Eyes and no, we were not that impressed. What did stand out almost immediately however, was just how great the latest material from queen Lana sounded backing the flick. One sounds a bit like her debut, while the other feels like an …

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Action Bronson And Danny Brown Deliver “Bad News”

Sometimes a song comes along that feels like it was created with you in mind. For all of us at UTG, this is one of those tracks.

Grand Theft Auto V was recently reissued on the latest generation of gaming consoles, and along with the game’s updated look there were a slew of new songs added to the already killer soundtrack. The one that stood out to us almost immediately was “Bad News,” a gritty collaborative effort from Action Bronson and Danny Brown that serves as a strong reminder that these two are amongst the best in hip-hop right now. …

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Quavo (Migos) Responds To Recent Robbery With “Tha Truth”

A week after being assaulted and robbed following a performance outside our nation’s capital, Migos member Quavo has released a song he hopes will reach those responsible.

Here’s what we know to be fact: Last week, Quavo and the rest of Migos were performing in Washington D.C. At the end of the night, Migos were leaving the club when they were approached by people claiming to be associated with rapper Fat Trel. Mayhem soon ensued, and in the midst of the chaos someone snatched Quavo’s gold chain. This information eventually made it to rap blogs, and over the last …

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Pusha T Surprises Fans With The Release Of “Lunch Money”

Oh shit. The rest of hip-hop might as well take the day off because Pusha T and Kanye West just delivered a surprise track that is going to have people talking until long after the sun goes down.

Featuring a beat that makes “Numbers On The Board” sound like child’s play, “Lunch Money” finds King Push going in over a production that could have only been conceived by Yeezus himself. It sounds like a sci-fi flick meets an underground drug ring, and the lyrics serve as a strong reminder why Pusha T is the hottest emcee in music today. You …

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Charli XCX Continues To Impress With “Gold Coins”

Charli XCX has become the latest promising young artist to have the release of their debut album fumbled by a major label with no idea how to promote talent that falls outside the realm of whatever is popular at radio today. Her sophomore album, Sucker, was scheduled to arrive months ago, but at this point it’s still awaiting release. There is a December release date set now, but word on the street is that another delay may be in the future.

All that industry bullshit aside, Charli XCX is continuing to share new music with fans while working out …

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SINGLE REVIEW: Sleeping With Sirens – “Kick Me”

Artist: Sleeping With Sirens
Song: “Kick Me”
Album: TBA
Genre: Post-Hardcore, Punk

Last year, Sleeping With Sirens released their third album, Feel, and have been touring in support of it for quite a while, including the current world tour with their good buddies in Pierce The Veil. For the most part, the band has stuck to their unique sound, while bringing in a host of interesting guest vocalists including rapper MGK on their lead single “Alone.” This past summer, Sleeping With Sirens left their original home of Rise Records and have just now announced their signing to Epitaph

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Rick Ross And Jay Z Collaborate On “Movin’ Bass”

The release of Rick Ross‘ new record Hood Billionaire is getting closer by the day, and late last night the man behind Maybach Music Group shared one album cut I know you’re going to love.

Collaborating with Jay Z for the second time in a year, “Movin’ Bass” finds two of the wealthiest men in music today reminding everyone they still run the streets over top notch production from Timbaland. Ross boasts about his house, wealth, and the way he’s not about to take shit from anyone who thinks they have something to say. He stretches the truth, …