Episode 251

November 12, 2022


#251 - Drake & 21 Savage's "HER LOSS", Joji, Phoenix

#251 - Drake & 21 Savage's "HER LOSS", Joji, Phoenix
Audioface: Music News, Reviews, & Culture
#251 - Drake & 21 Savage's "HER LOSS", Joji, Phoenix

Nov 12 2022 | 01:19:45


Show Notes

On Episode 251 of Audioface:

REVIEWS: “Her Loss” by Drake & 21 Savage, “SMITHEREENS” by Joji, “Alpha Zulu” by Phoenix

New Singles: “Munch (Feelin’ U)” & “Bikini Bottom” by Ice Spice, “Lift Me Up” by Rhianna, “Big Pussy” by Brockhampton, “Baby Queen” by Gorillaz

And In The News: Kanye West can’t sell his “White Lives Matter” shirt…because the trademark is already owned by two black men. Drake’s botched album roll out. Cops investigate an argument over basketball that led to Takeoff’s death, gruesome videos of the scene have spread like wildfire. And Aaron Carter’s untimely death.

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