While SXSW started off as a showcase opportunity for rising artists all of genres, in recent years we've seen the rap genre take on a bigger influence at SXSW, not to mention, bigger artists as well. So, it may not come as a complete surprise that G.O.O.D.
Future is pretty busy as of late between being one of rap's next big things and fathering a child with the wonderful Ciara. However, he still found time to sit down with the British DJ, Westwood, to spare some words about some of the exciting artists he has had the chance to work with as of late.
Pitchfork's annual festival is usually more on the indie side than the rap side, but nonetheless they tend to incorporate a bit of hip-hop into the line-up. This year the festival has announced that Kendrick Lamar is headlining, as are Beck and Neutral Milk Hotel.
This feature highlights a hand-picked selection of some of the bigger tracks of the week. We have chosen a few of the tracks that landed within our top 10 most played, focusing on those that stood out, and left room for discussion.
Bump Nosestalgia (Freestyle), the latest cut from Young Chris. It was released on Thursday, February 6th, 2014. Things are improving for Young Chris with each new offering, and Nosestalgia (Freestyle) is certainly no exception.
Future is set to reveal the artwork and release date for his sophomore effort, Honest this week, and it looks like he'll be pairing the announcement with a new street single. Revealing the artwork on Instagram, Future Hendrix has got a pretty star-studded crew track on its way.