05th Aug2018

(Video) Playboi Carti Interview with The LA Leakers

by @Djordje

Playboi Carti talks about modeling for Virgil Abloh, his relationship with Nicki Minaj, and Chief Keef’s influence. Watch above.

05th Aug2018

New Music: Jack Bruno – Ciggy Said Light ft. Playboi Carti

by @Djordje

Billboard premieres a new single from Jack Bruno featuring Playboi Carti titled “Ciggy Said Light.” Listen below.

05th Aug2018

(Video) Playboi Carti Interview with The Cruz Show

by @Djordje

Playboi Carti stops by The Cruz Show to talk unreleased Frank Ocean songs, Die Lit and clubbing with his pops.

31st Jul2018

(Video) Playboi Carti Interview with Bootleg Kev

by @Djordje

Playboi Carti sits down with Bootleg Kev and shares about his relationship with A$AP Rocky, his music with Lil Uzi, fashion, touring, being a fan of Lil Wayne, his family supporting him as an artist, and more.

16th Jun2018

Playboi Carti Announces Tour

by @Djordje

Fresh off dropping visuals for “R.I.P.“, Playboi Carti announces dates for his upcoming summer 2018 tour. Check out the North American dates above. Tickets are available now.

12th Jun2018

(Video) Playboi Carti – R.I.P.

by @Djordje

“R.I.P.” is the first song to get the visual treatment off Carti’s DIE LIT project. Watch things get turnt above.

20th May2018

(Video) Playboi Carti & Nicki Minaj Perform “Poke It Out” on SNL

by @Djordje

Musical guest Nicki Minaj performs “Poke It Out” with Playboi Carti on Saturday Night Live. Carti’s new album DIE LIT is out now.

16th May2018

(Video) Playboi Carti Brings Out A$AP Rocky at Rolling Loud Miami 2018

by @Djordje

Carti is joined on stage at Rolling Loud in Miami by A$AP Rocky for a performance of “A$AP Forever.” Check out the footage above.

12th May2018

Playboi Carti ‘DIE LIT’ Available Now

by @Djordje

Playboi Carti’s second project DIE LIT is available now across all major music platforms. Check out the project, which features guest appearances by Skepta, Lil Uzi Vert, Travis Scott, Nicki Minaj, Chief Keef and more, below.

05th May2018

New Music: Playboi Carti – Love Hurts ft. Travis Scott

by @Djordje

Carti delivers a new track titled “Love Hurts” featuring Travis Scott. Listen below.

13th Dec2017

New Music: Daytona, A$AP Twelvyy & Downtown Dion – Same Thing

by @Djordje

Harry Fraud has just released his new project titled The Coast. The tape features a number of different cuts all produced by Harry Fraud, including the above track titled “Same Thing” featuring Daytona, A$AP Twelvyy and Downtown Dion.

The tape also features an appearance by Playboi Carti on “Hit A Lick.” Stream below.

05th Dec2017

Playboi Carti Interview with i-D Magazine

by @Djordje

There’s something pertinent about the way that, on the day Tupac Shakur drew his last breath in a Las Vegas hospital room, some 2000 miles away Jordan Terrell Carter was born. Born in Atlanta, Georgia, on September 13. 1996, to compare the two is not to say that Carter – better known as the A$AP-fraternizing, “Magnolia”-hit-making Playboi Carti – is the best rapper in the world. No, Carti is, as the New York Times once noted, “more at ease with the performance of the role than with the actual act of rapping.” But, in the way that he draws in everything that floats around the genre in 2017 – the hedonism, the consumerism, the inevitable fashion hookups – and reduces it down to its most potent form, Carti epitomizes hip-hop right now, just as Shakur did its 90s golden age.

Just don’t dismiss him as only a rapper. When we meet in a London photography studio, Carti, doe-eyed and high cheekboned (his cheekbones are the only thing higher than him during this interview), is a walking contradiction. He’s the everyman artist out here to make money. The proud Atlantan who hopped on a bus to New York and never looked back. The kind of teenager who, he admits, could have, “been on some real ghetto shit,” but instead took a job at H&M. “I’ve never been the type to sit at home on my ass,” he states. He quit only when his local celebrity reached a point where he was being recognized folding tees. “I feel like I’m part of the new wave, the new sound, the new generation,” he says with unwavering conviction.

Continue reading on i-D.

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