Exclusive: Nicki Minaj’s Bro Says Alleged Child Rape Vic Is A Liar, Wants Case Thrown Out

Jelani Maraj Wants Child Rape Case Against Him Thrown Out Nicki Minaj’s brother said the 12-year-old girl who accused him repeatedly raping her is lying to cover up her own secret encounters with other men. Jelani Maraj’s legal team filed court docs Sept.18 accusing the alleged tween victim concocting the sex abuse allegations against Nicki Minaj’s oldest brother to hide […]

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Exclusive: Three 6 Mafia’s DJ Paul Talks New Album & New Latin Restaurant

Crunk Artist Dropped “Underground Vol. 17,” Opening “Fernando’s Hideout” In 2018 Three 6 Mafia’s DJ Paul made his name in crunk music that chronicled he and his bandmates’ love lean and questionable young ladies. But the Academy Award-winning artist has decided to indulge his other passion – cooking – with a foray into the restaurant biz. Paul said he has […]

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Ariel Pink is beguiled by another outsider figure on the sobering Dedicated To Bobby Jameson

FACT reviews are back! Stay tuned every weekend for our writers’ takes on recent releases deserving dissection, and head to our all-new reviews section to keep track. Ariel Pink returns this week with his follow-up to 2014’s bombastic Pom Pom, on which his weirdo-pop wildness hit thrilling new levels excess. Where does he go next? And who exactly is Bobby Jameson, the inspiration behind this eleventh album? […]

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The Necessaries' Event Horizon is Arthur Russell's forgotten power-pop album, and it's fucking great

FACT reviews are back! Stay tuned every weekend for our writers’ takes on recent releases deserving dissection, and head to our all-new reviews section to keep track. Arthur Russell is best known for his experiments in folk and minimal avant-garde, but in 1982 he took a more conventional pitstop. Contributing keyboard, cello and vocals to New York quartet The Necessaries, the late musician helped create a power-pop gem that’s been wrongly […]

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Oregon Eclipse Was an Epic Success

Symbiosis Pulls Off Its Best Feat With Oregon Eclipse’s Success With its f-the-radar setting and the international conjunction the planet’s thirteen best transformation festivals Oregon Eclipse is perhaps one the greatest festivals this decade. Now known as Global Eclipse Gathering (GEG), it was formed with the coming together visionary producers and organizers. They wanted to manifest the amalgamation all walks music lovers […]

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EDM’s Newest Star: Bruce Springsteen

Bruce Springsteen Credited As A Writer In New Arty Track Arty’s newest single on STMPD RCRDS, ‘Supposed To Be‘, features vocals from Coyle Girelli. What make his record like no other is Arty’s incredible talent clashing with one rock’s legends, Bruce Springsteen. Not caught by the public eye, ‘Supposed To Be’ has a secret writer. The 20-time Grammy Award recipient, […]

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Apple's latest iTunes update reduces clutter by removing iOS App Store

Apple streamlines iTunes in its latest update. Apple has cut some the clutter from its iTunes stware by removing the ability to buy and transfer iOS apps from the program. It means the App Store (pictured below) and app library sections are completely gone. Now, when you click on the tab in the top left to switch between libraries, the “Apps” option is no longer there. The removal […]

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MF DOOM revives Viktor Vaughn moniker on new single 'Notebook #5'

He’s also got a collaborative album with Westside Gunn on the way. MF DOOM has revived one his best loved aliases, Viktor Vaughn, for the latest edition in his weekly Missing Notebook Rhymes singles series for Adult Swim. DOOM released two albums as Vaughn in 2003 and 2004 bookending his beloved Madlib collaboration Madvillainy. The first in particular, Vaudeville Villain, […]

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