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Pharrell & Migos Make A Jam Called Stir Fry. It’s Hot & Spicy Funk (Audio)

UPDATE: Migos release the music video for “Stir Fry” which is a single from the now-available Culture II: ORIGINAL DECEMBER 20 STORY: After dropping their chart-topping, Grammy-nominated sophomore record Culture

Kendrick Lamar & N*E*R*D’s Collabo Is Inspired By Lethal Law Enforcement Stops (Audio)

Life is too short to listen to bad music. So…let AFH fight through it for you and only supply you with that great stuff. Despite the reports, Hip-Hop is alive

Skyzoo – The Penny Freestyle Series Pt 2 (This & That + Wonderfully I)

There are a LOT of these weekly series now: webisodes, freestyles, etc. Skyzoo’s Penny Freestyle Series is looking like it’s going to be among the better ones. Last week, he

Tyler the Creator put together a pretty ill Summer Mix.

As you might expect, it’s pretty heavily Pharrell-influenced, but there are some cool surprises, as well. Here’s what Tyler had to say about it: Hi. I’m On A Big Tour

OK…so I was a little late on Nardwaur but better late…

For anyone else who missed these or who wants to be entertained (again) check out the best of Nardwaur vs. Hip-Hop. It’s cool to see him consistently engage some very

Phil Ade was a big oversight on the 2011 XXL Freshman list. Check out his video for Break Me Off.

This is the latest installment of #philadefriday.  The track is a monster too. It chops up N.E.R.D.’s Love Bomb quite nicely.  Check it out. Here’s N.E.R.D.’s Love Bomb.

If you like N.E.R.D. you'll like this interview of them from HardKnockTV where they break down their new album, Nothing.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vu_sx8GlvSQ&feature=player_embedded#at=405.

Here's a double dose of N.E.R.D. videos–God Bless Us All and Life as a Fish.

First up is a live performance of the super funky God Bless Us All from The Tonight Show. And next is the psychadelic Life As a Fish.This is a dope

What do you think of N.E.R.D's new track Hypnotize You (produced by Daft Punk)? See the Letterman performance here.

The Neptunes are always ones to push the envelope. They remain consistent in that regard, both with the song and the performance.  Pharrell and Kanye have kept hip-hop alive and

Pharrell has been stretching out musically lately. The new N.E.R.D. could go in many directions. Here are a few possibilities.

Pharrell – Fun, Fun, Fun (from the Despicable Me soundtrack–yep, the kids’ movie with Steve Carell…) Robin Thicke – My Life (also produced by Pharrell for Despicable Me–he scored the