David Aaron Brake

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David Aaron Brake is a music journalist and critic based in Los Angeles, California. He has bylines in HipHopDX, Okayplayer, i-D Magazine, Document Journal and many more.

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New Music Friday - New Singles From Smino & J. Cole, Roddy Ricch, Quavo & Takeoff + More

Plus new tracks from Kodak Black, Trippie Redd, Icewear Vezzo and more.

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New Music Friday - New Albums From Cam'ron & A-Trak, DaBaby, Lucki, DreamDoll + More

Plus new projects from Lakeyah, Dusty Locane and Wifisfuneral.

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JID 'The Forever Story' Is Technically Sound But Fails To Break The Mold

Aside from a few exceptions, The East Atlanta rapper's latest sacrifices quality for overarching aesthetic, making the album feel untethered.

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New Music Friday - New Singles From G Herbo & Future, Kodak Black, BLEU & Nicki Minaj + More

Plus new music from Cam'ron and A-Trak, TDE's Ab-Soul, WizKid and more.

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New Music Friday - New Albums From NAV, Ari Lennox, Yeat, NBA YoungBoy + More

Plus new projects from Benny The Butcher's BSF, Sampa The Great, Van Buren Records and more.

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New Music Friday - New Albums From The Game, Megan Thee Stallion, Danger Mouse & Black Thought + More

Plus new projects from Rod Wave, Joony, Royce Da 5'9" and more.

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New Music Friday - New Singles From Drake & Lil Baby, Trippie Redd, Benny The Butcher + More

Plus new songs from The Weeknd and Summer Walker, Kaytranada and Anderson .Paak, and more.

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New Music Friday - New Albums From CMG, Steve Lacy, DJ Premier, Rowdy Rebel + More

Plus 'A Kid Named Cudi' hits streaming services.

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Brent Faiyaz 'WASTELAND' Is An Excellent Insular Rumination On The Duality Of Man

His latest doesn’t stray too far from his past work, but the inscrutable attention to detail is the closest he’s gotten to nailing his intention.

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Pi'erre Bourne & Juicy J 'Space Age Pimpin' Sounds Out Of Sync

An awkward collaboration between two artists who should mesh better than they did.

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Tony Shhnow 'Reflexions' Proves He Can't Be Categorized

A must-listen effort from plugg music's Curren$y.

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