Tag Archives: New music
It's not the best music.
For his latest single, Gazzo, remixed “Changes” by 2Pac.
Today marks The Chainsmokers release of their follow-up to “Selfie” and also the duos Universal/Republic records debut.
I chose this song over you.
Kygo is one of the next-generation of superstar musicians and today he dropped off a playlist exclusively for BroBible!
Our resident DJ Tim Gunter is BLOWING UP Hypem with his latest remix of Snoop Dogg's classic booty-shaking anthem "Drop It Like It's Hot."
I have to be honest: I haven't been on the Mac Miller train for a while, mostly because a lot of his recent releases have
Hoodie is back to spitting faster than an F-15 at full throttle.
Boston's boy is back!
October's Very Own dropping summer bangers now, hyping the world for the new music he's going to bestow upon the world next year.
Not many people know Harley Edward Stretenm by name. But I’m damn sure he is much more recognizable by his DJ moniker: Flume.
Score some points with the lady tongiht
It just wouldn't be 4/20 if you didn't have something dope to jam out to.
Jackson Breit jams have that laidback, uber chill vibe that sounds a lot like a Slightly Stoopid, Jack Johnson, or Ben Harper. You know, classic
The Flaming Lips actually made a companion album to Pink Floyd’s Dark Side of the Moon.
About damn time Jay Electronica gets his ass in gear and starts releasing music. Finally the Roc Nation signee drops some new music, this time
Not sure what it was about today, but I woke up on an especially funky side of the bed.
Hard to believe that it’s been nearly eight years since Pharrell Williams released a solo album. Dude has managed to […]
Mr. Aubrey Graham continued his stellar ‘Would You Like A Tour?’ in Brooklyn after the release of his junior album Nothing Was The Same. In
Rap's chef is back with an extra tight new track off Blue Chips Pt. 2. project. Awesomely, it uses Allen Iverson's legendary "Practice" rant, which just
Are you in utter shock over the headline I just wrote about? Yeah, me too. What's wrong with me? I just can't believe that swaggy
Coming to an obnoxious dance floor near you: M.I.A.'s take on Drake's "YOLO," a borderline incomprehensible banger called "Y.A.L.A." It sounds like a shitty Major Lazer song
This week's hottest underground jams in one column:
The three headed mainstream meets EDM monster Krewella has been tearing things up this year: a label with major label Columbia Records, two huge radio
Now don’t forget that we got the chance to sit down and talk with up & coming Bro superstar DJ Michael Brun as he preps
Jon Bellion is that dude. He's been that dude, he will continue to be that dude, and one might even go so far as to
Justin Bieber and Miley Cyrus have released a song together called "Twerk." It features a verse by swaggy Bro's BFF rapper, Lil Twist. Just try
Timeflies and their Tuesdays have vaulted the pop duo into the big-time, but they certainly haven't forgotton about their original, core audience. In preperation for
It's already been a long week, and I'm beyond tired, but I owe you guys music, and I alway pay what I owe, so let's
Amidst all the Yeezus, Holy Grail, Drake, and Kendricking 2013 hip-hop buzz, Eminem is still very much alive. And today, at the Call of Duty
Felly's been killing it on the production, and nowadays he's also killing it on the flow. This young Northeast spitter has put together a dope
Jay Z's six hour excursion at the Pace Gallery in NYC has been well documented. This is a 10 minute short he released on the
Good news, Bros: you get your musical updates twice a week now. I know change is scary and all, but suck it up.
All hail free music! New tracks from Big Sean, Deadmau5, 3LAU and Hardwell's live set from Tomorrowland this past weekend!
Childish Gambino is not one to skimp on the artistic integrity of his music and his newest track Centipede is a straight up journey through
Jay-Z follows up the crazy success of "Suit & Tie" and "Mirors" with the brand new single that combines the pop sensibility of a Michael
The explosion of Robin Thicke continues with 'Take It Easy On Me', the Timbaland produced follow-up to his hit record 'Blurred Lines' leading up the
Arguably the best subplot in this whole rap game Lil Dicky movement is his consistent use of obscure jerseys. Repping aniquated players has long been
You know the drill right now. The top of the pop charts, mixed together as both a summer party jam and half-preview for his year-end
J. Cole and Wale team up with both "Born Sinner" and "The Gifted" climbing the Billboard charts and Afrojack releases an "unclassified as of now"