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Singles Club: Stefflon Don and Skepta sample The Simpsons and turn up the heat on ‘Ding-A-Ling’

Each week on the FACT Singles Club, our writers rate and slate the biggest new tracks the last seven days. This week, Stefflon Don and Skepta get raunchy on ‘Ding-A-Ling’, while Diplo and MØ attempt to ‘Get It Right’ on their new collaboration. Elsewhere, Miguel is back with upbeat jam ‘Pineapple Skies’, DRAM and Playboi Carti

Police Report reveals Lil Peep overdosed on Heroin Full details inside – HipHopOverload.com

We finally are now getting real information on what happened the night rap star Lil Peep was found dead on his tour bus. According to the police report Peeps manager saw him early Wednesday morning (Nov 15) on their tour bus. Later around 5.45 pm Peep went in for a quick nap. About two hours

Australian Singer-Songwriter Alex Lahey Talks New LP, Urges Home Country to Pass Gay Marriage Bill: "It's Not That Big a F–king Deal'

Australian singer-songwriter Alex Lahey captured the attention indie rock veterans Tegan and Sara after performing at Australian festival Splendour In The Grass, who invited Lahey for a brief stint on tour last year and released the acclaimed EP B-Grade University, which helped get her signed to American indie label Dead Oceans. In the span a year

Morrissey wears his anarchy like a badge of honor on Low in High School

Low in High School, Morrissey’s 11th studio album, is just as outspoken as we’ve come to expect from the beloved, but beguiling former Smiths frontman. But even in a time political unrest, April Clare Welsh finds his candor teeters on snarling and cruel to the point apathy. Morrissey has returned after three years with “rage

What to buy bedroom producers for Christmas 2017: Gift ideas from $6 to $749

Whether you just need a fun stocking filler or a feature-packed drum machine, picking out the right present for a musician or producer can be difficult. In this list, FACT gives all the gift advice you’ll need to score a hit this holiday season. Coming up with gift ideas is never easy, but it can

Problem Talks New Album 'Selfish,' Staying Independent & Tapping Into His Vulnerable Side

“I’m just trying to do something big. Something that’s never been done by an independent.” From a short stint at a major record label to releasing 20+ projects all before the release his debut album, Problem has been putting in the work. If you’ve never heard his name, then you’ve probably heard him on some

Demo Taped Debuts Track 'Pack of Gum' & Exposes His Insecurities for the Greater Good: Interview

He tells me that one his biggest insecurities is his conversational skills, and if he hadn’t told me, I would never have guessed. It's worth mentioning because the subject matter the rest our conversation — mental health and the misunderstandings it from the outside looking in. He is Demo Taped (born Adam Alexander), a 19-year-old singer-songwriter whose music

When Kids Crash the Stage: 6 Stories About Meeting Music Stars at Their Concert

Admit it: there are two feelings you get when you’re at a concert and you see a musician pull a kid up on stage. First, warmth floods your heart — “What an incredible opportunity for this kid!” But the second feeling has biting your nails — “Kids say the darnest things, and, oh boy —

Hayley Williams Is 'Fake Happy' While Walking Through NYC in New Paramore Video

Paramore frontwoman Hayley Williams shows what it's like to be “Fake Happy” in New York in the group's new music video.  Wearing a colorful skintight bodysuit, Williams walks through the streets the big city surrounded by people with cartoon happy faces superimposed over their real faces. The faces themselves are upside down, implying that the mask

Lauv Explains How a 'Sappy Ass Movie' Inspired New Song & Opening for Ed Sheeran Has Been Life-Changing

At this point last year, a 22-year-old Lauv was watching his breakup tune “The Other” begin to take f on Spotify, nearly two years after releasing the somber dance track. Little did he know that just one year later, the song would go on to have more than 120 million streams and he’d have 20

Billboard's Industry Nights Kicked Off With Performances by Tor Miller, Noah Kahan & Cape Francis

Billboard kicked f our Industry Nights concert series at the Ludlow House in New York City on Thursday (Nov. 16) with performances by Tor Miller, Noah Kahan and Cape Francis. The exclusive members-only club on the Lower East Side — an fshoot the London-based Soho House — fered a swanky setup on the third floor

Lil Uzi Vert Is Giving Up Drugs After Lil Peep's Death

Lil Uzi Vert is among a number artists paying tribute to Lil Peep following the young singer and rapper's untimely death. Beyond posting his condolences, though, he's looking to better himself in reaction to the tragic news. “We Would love 2 stop ….. But Do You Really Care Cause We Been On Xanax All Fucking

Singles Club: Nicki Minaj and Cardi B take the wheel on Migos' 'MotorSport'

Each week on the FACT Singles Club, our writers rate and slate the biggest new tracks the last seven days. This week, Nicki Minaj and Cardi B are in the driving seat on Migos’ first single from CULTURE 2, ‘MotorSport’, while Dawn Richard drops a new track titled ‘Stopwatch’. Elsewhere, Avalon Emerson pulls another belter out

Lo-fi house superstar DJ Seinfeld doesn't care what you think of his name

DJ Seinfeld is one the most prominent figures in the controversial lo-fi house scene – as popular for his crunchy vintage house jams as he is reviled. As the Swedish producer prepares for the reaction to his debut full-length Time Spent Away From U, David Glickman wonders if there’s more to DJ Seinfeld than a

Errorsmith: The cult Berlin favorite talks 21 years in club music, designing synths and his incredible new album

With a career that stretches back to 1996 and some the best club records ever made to his name, Errorsmith counts Ben UFO, Optimo and The Black Madonna among his fans. But this quiet Berlin producer has spent most his career outside the limelight, spending almost as much time creating synthesizers as music. Scott Wilson