August 03, 2021

01:38:14

#197 - Billie Eilish, Isaiah Rashad, Bleachers

#197 - Billie Eilish, Isaiah Rashad, Bleachers
Audioface: Music News, Reviews, & Culture
#197 - Billie Eilish, Isaiah Rashad, Bleachers

Aug 03 2021 | 01:38:14

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Show Notes

On the 197th episode of Audioface:

REVIEWS: "Moon Boy" by Yung Bleu, "Hotel Surrender" by Chet Faker, and "Hope For Sale" by Chiiild.

New Singles: "Skate" by Silk Sonic, "Inside" by Logic feat. Cynthia Erivo, and "Truth" by Jungle

DaBaby lights the music world on fire after making comments about HIV, AIDS, and gay people at Rolling Loud Miami. New allegations in the ongoing R. Kelly saga involve sexual contact with a teenage boy. The Happier Than Ever review. Founding Slipknot drummer Joey Dordison dies at age 46. The House is Burning review. Lil Nas X responds to backlash from his "Industry Baby" video. The Saturday Night  review. Kanye West is the boy who cried album, Lil Uzi Vert re-installs his skull diamond, and a YouTube legend reaches a milestone. (Truly, if you get to this part of the episode, it's your fault)

 

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