The Internet emerged out of the Odd Future collective in 2011, and with their R&B sound and charisma, they’ve effectively stood out among more than a dozen projects associated with the volatile hip-hop group. Much of the credit for their recent evolution goes to songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and producer Steve Lacy, who joined the Internet as […]
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Ravyn Lenae reaches outside her Zero Fatigue crew to work with Odd Future-affiliated R&B guitarist and producer Steve Lacy.
He appears tonight at the Stony Island Arts Bank.
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Billboard and Twitter go halves on a baby.
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