DMX’s posthumous album, Exodus, came out on Friday (May 28), but like many emcees in the game, the Yonkers native has a lot more music that has never seen the light of day. About 50 of those records were produced by Harlem hitmaker Dame Grease, who still has the
Every other week, the Wide Open Country team rounds up our favorite newly released country and Americana songs. Here are 6 songs we currently have on repeat.
“Sunday Birmingham,” Suzy Bogguss
On the heels of Alan Jackson and Travis Tritt reminding us that they’ve never strayed from their roots, Suzy
One of the fascinating things about the modern-day music industry is that an artist in one small corner of the world can find global success overnight. When it comes to music discovery, curation is crucial, and platforms like Spotify’s international emerging artist program, RADAR, keep eager fans plugged into
Josh Turner songs are a collection of chart-topping hits to tracks that will tug your hearts and soul to classic country tropes and even songs that you didn’t think he’s also capable of. From “Long Black Train” to “Why Don’t We Just Dance,” this South Carolina native and his signature
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The latest from DMX is a cross–New York collaboration. “Hood Blues,” the first single off the rapper’s forthcoming posthumous album, Exodus, features the core members of the upstate Griselda crew: Westside Gunn, Benny the Butcher, and Conway the Machine. The trio delivers hard-talking, swaggering verses