May 11, 2020


#141 - Kehlani, Bishop Nehru, Little Simz

#141 - Kehlani, Bishop Nehru, Little Simz
Audioface: Music News, Reviews, & Culture
#141 - Kehlani, Bishop Nehru, Little Simz

May 11 2020 | 00:47:27


Show Notes

On the 141st episode of Audioface:

REVIEWS: "It Was Good Until It Wasn't" by Kehlani, "Nehruvia: My Disregarded Thoughts" by Bishop Nehru, and "Drop 6" by Little Simz

New singles: “Plasticine Figures” by Thom Yorke

Grimes and Elon Musk welcome their stupidly named child into the world. The Good Until It Wasn't review. Pharrell and Soundcloud team up to boost new artists. The My Disregarded Thoughts review. Disney's latest shameless cash grab. The Drop 6 review. 6ix9ine releases his first single since being released from prison for snitching -- and it goes downhill for him from there. RIP to Florian Schneider of Kraftwerk, Betty Wright (who passed after this episode was recorded), and Little Richard (who among many other things performed the Magic School Bus theme song, the outro to this episode.)

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