Adios A(Migos)

Courtesy of Fader Just two days after the announcement that Migos would no longer be coming to Emory, the campus still reels in shock. The Emory Wheel asked three contributors to articulate how they felt. These are their stories. Abdul Binghalan, Music Critic On March 28 at 5:30 p.m., Emory’s Student Programming Council (SPC) announced, [...]

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Migos Sets High Bar for their Forthcoming ‘Culture’ Album

The Migos, a rap trio from north Atlanta, are having their biggest year ever. Known for their hit singles “Versace” with Drake and “Fight Night,” as well as their role in the creation and popularization of the dab dance, Migos are a veritable cultural force whose innovation and originality are rivaled by few modern musicians. [...]

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‘NxWorries’ Delivers Genre-bending Groove

Courtesy of The Washington Post NxWorries (pronounced “no worries”) is a duo comprised of producer Knxwledge and singer-songwriter Anderson .Paak. .Paak burst into the music scene on Dr. Dre’s 2015 album Compton, and Knxwledge has been a staple of underground experimental jazz and hip-hop fusion since 2009. Their latest release, Yes Lawd!, is a left-field, [...]

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Danny Brown’s ‘Atrocity Exhibition’ is Anything But an Atrocity

Danny Brown’s tendency to duck expectations is the most predictable thing about him. Brown’s music is inventive, brash, original and uncompromising. He draws influence from his hometown, Detroit, but maintains a je ne sais quoi that separates him from his peers, from Detroit or otherwise. A concept album examining the dichotomy between Brown’s notably wild [...]

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This Week’s Best New Music

Deja Vu—Post Malone feat. Justin Bieber R&B artist Austin Post, better known by his stage name, Post Malone, from Dallas, Texas, is most prominently known for his Billboard-certified double platinum single “White Iverson.” Malone recently toured worldwide with pop singer Justin Bieber, performing songs from his summer mixtape August 26th. The first single for his [...]

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