Films starring musicians like Kid Cudi, A$AP Rocky and Kathleen Hanna; docs looking at the lives of Kurt Cobain and Nina Simone; films that were scored by Brian Eno and a member of fun. And there’s more than one that has Pharrell’s stamp all over it.
The cause of death is currently unknown.
The two rappers jump on the regional hit from the rising artist from D.C.
“I’m Not the Only One” is the second U.S. single off Smith’s In the Lonely Hour.
Almost every rap song on the charts today is set in a minor key. When did that start? Why is it still going? Who will bring rap back out the murk and mire? Where do we go to get happy?
Over a rather menacing beat filled with the sounds of gunshots, Rocky alongside A$AP Ferg, A$AP Nast and A$AP Twelvyy proclaim their male dominance.
A$AP Rocky is riding that some lovesick train Lykke Li is conducting with his remix of her song “No Rest For The Wicked.”
Ultimately, Rocky’s charisma makes the doc inherently watchable, and his loyal fans will eat up the insider access it gives them a fleeting glimpse of, however brief.
When getting “Wild For the Night” just isn’t enough, sometimes you gotta riot.
The song, which features production from French DJ Gesaffelstein, has Rocky channeling Kanye West’s ‘Yeezus’ as he complains about the government over industrial beats.