May 18, 2021


#187 - J. Cole, St. Vincent, Jorja Smith

#187 - J. Cole, St. Vincent, Jorja Smith
Audioface: Music News, Reviews, & Culture
#187 - J. Cole, St. Vincent, Jorja Smith

May 18 2021 | 00:52:38


Show Notes

On the 187th episode of Audioface:

REVIEWS: "The Off-Season" by J-Cole, "Daddy's Home" by St. Vincent, & "Be Right Back" by Jorja Smith.

New Singles: "Straightenin" by Migos, "Help Herself" by bbno$, Diamond Pistols, and BENEE, and "Karma & Friends" by Cautious Clay. 

Twitter users get mad at Rage Against The Machine for doing politics. The Off-Season review. Lil Reese is shot (again), and the murky details around Pop Smoke's death become clearer. The Daddy's Home review. LAPD forgets their batons while breaking up a punk show in downtown LA. The Be Right Back review. Adult Swim announces a Metalocalypse movie, and Machine Gun Kelly and Megan Fox had their relationship saved by Bernie Sanders.  


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