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Best New Tracks: Post Malone, Bas x J. Cole x Lil Tjay and More
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Best New Tracks: Post Malone, Bas x J. Cole x Lil Tjay and More

10 music projects to dive into this weekend.

H.E.R. Announces Lineup for the Second Lights On Festival in the Bay Area
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H.E.R. Announces Lineup for the Second Lights On Festival in the Bay Area

Erykah Badu, Bryson Tiller, Ari Lennox, Ty Dolla $ign, Keyshia Cole and more are set to perform.

Lil Baby, Snoh Aalegra, Moneybagg Yo to Headline the 2021 Broccoli City Festival
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Lil Baby, Snoh Aalegra, Moneybagg Yo to Headline the 2021 Broccoli City Festival

The event in Washington, D.C also has Lucky Daye, Justine Skye, Soulection and more on the undercard.

Lucky Daye Unveils Visual for "How Much Can A Heart Take" Featuring Yebba
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Lucky Daye Unveils Visual for "How Much Can A Heart Take" Featuring Yebba

The track is featured on Lucky’s latest EP record ‘Table For Two’.

Lucky Daye Flips His Deepest Emotions Into Audible Art
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Lucky Daye Flips His Deepest Emotions Into Audible Art

The R&B virtuoso on his newest ‘Table for Two’ EP, the importance of highlighting female artists and more.


Lucky Daye Aligns With Strong Female R&B Talent for Newest 'Table for Two' EP
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Lucky Daye Aligns With Strong Female R&B Talent for Newest 'Table for Two' EP

The NOLA-born artist enlists Mahalia, Ari Lennox, Joyce Wrice and more.

Best New Tracks: JAY-Z x Nipsey Hussle, slowthai and More
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Best New Tracks: JAY-Z x Nipsey Hussle, slowthai and More

10 music projects to round out your week.

Best New Tracks: Freddie Gibbs x ScHoolboy Q, JID and More
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Best New Tracks: Freddie Gibbs x ScHoolboy Q, JID and More

10 projects to kick off February 2021 on a high note.

Music Projects You Missed This Week
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Music Projects You Missed This Week

Featuring SAINt JHN, Boldy James, NBA YoungBoy and more.

Leon Bridges and Lucky Daye Drop '90s R&B-Inspired Cut "All About You"
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Leon Bridges and Lucky Daye Drop '90s R&B-Inspired Cut "All About You"

Arriving with a visual that uses a stop-motion technique called Stratastencil.

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