Fader and Sprite for an in-depth interview series.   In the Obey Your Thirst documentary, Aubrey speaks on his hometown pride, the equalizing nature of internet culture, striving to be a multi-dimensional artist, and his take on industry competition.   "I’m not worried about these other rappers, I’m not competing with those guys," he says in the insightful interview, “I already know their hand, I know their move. I study everything. I’m worried about the kid that’s sitting in his house that wants to be better than me and all those guys. That’s who I’m competing with."   Can’t wait to hear what rhymes with bacchius." rel="nofollow" title="Look, Listen: Drake's "Obey Your Thirst" Documentary' />

Listen Up: Trinidad Senolia drop “Noelle (She’s Artsy)”

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Yep, shameless self promotion. We all need to do it from time to time. To tout our music editor Garth Trinidad on a pedestal this fine day, we’d like to share his music duo Trinidad Senolia‘s newest single, “Noelle (She’s Artsy)” and talk about its house-driven 4 track single posed as half song, half story of a young femme fatale. Prose work of Mateo Senolia gets versed throughout the song by collaborator—ours too—Garth Trinidad. Here’s to a truly unique marriage of poetry and music that we’re not really hearing out there. Take a listen:



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