Features

Parklife 2019: Ten names who COULD Headline

Festival season isn’t quite upon us just yet, but the excitement is already brewing. That excitement intensifies with imminent festival announcements regarding who’s headlining what. Parklife has bagged some huge names in the last couple of years with Frank Ocean, The 1975, The XX and Liam Gallagher. It’s clear they have a massive pull that can reach a massive audience, so who can they place centre stage this year? Here’s ten names that could headline the Manchester festival. Continue reading “Parklife 2019: Ten names who COULD Headline”

Features

Top 20 Rappers In Their 20s

The hip-hop game is currently undergoing an influx of new wave talent, young blood oozing with creative ideas and fresh projects. While the likes of Kendrick, Drake, Future and J Cole continue to rule the roost in their 30s; it is those in their 20s we are focusing on here. This is the Viberant list of the 20 best rappers in their 20s:
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Weekly Singles Roundup: July 16th-22nd

Welcome to Viberant’s weekly song roundup; where we take a look at some of the big releases over the past seven days and tell you our thoughts on them. Last week saw new singles from the likes of BROCKHAMPTON, Muse and of course, The 1975. Here is what we thought of them:

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Features

Will 2018 Be Raps Biggest Year Yet?

2017 was an absolutely unbelievable year for rap and music in general. We saw stellar releases from Kendrick Lamar, Vince Stapes, Tyler the Creator and Joey Bada$$. My one critique is that despite rap being on amazing form, R&B matched it and maybe even beat it. SZA, Miguel and Daniel Caesar all brought out great albums. It’s still relatively early in the year, but could we be looking at 2018 being raps biggest year yet? Continue reading “Will 2018 Be Raps Biggest Year Yet?”

Reviews

Classic Album Review: Chance The Rapper- Acid Rap

In 2013, Chicago hip hop artist Chance the Rapper released his second mixtape Acid Rap. The project was released for free by Chance, who has to this date never sold his music. It won all sorts of end of year awards and nominations, and it was the mixtape that really pushed Chance into stardom before his eventual Grammy wins for his 2016 mixtape Coloring Book.

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