Cousin Deeky Talks Rap, Realness, and Being True to Yourself

(Interview quotes have been edited for clarity and conciseness) Cousin Deeky doesn’t sound like most rappers on SoundCloud. His lyrical style and old school flow are a stark contrast to the dark, melodic mumble rapping on the charts right now. His breakout track “April Showers,” off his debut mixtape, 2016’s Unsupervised, fused old-school flow with […]

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King Krule’s The OOZ is a Genre-Blurring Masterpiece

In October, British singer/songwriter Archy Marshall released his second full album as King Krule. Marshall’s latest work builds on the unique, genre-bending sounds of 2013’s 6 Feet Beneath the Moon, and 2015’s A New Place to Drown (released under his own name). The OOZ, Marshall’s new album is a captivating and dark blend of trip-hop, […]

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