Hello and welcome to the gift that keeps on giving — We Are: The Guard’s ‘Best of Instagram’ column, where we offer you the creme of the crop posts on social media this week. Why? Because I know your focus stayed on this Cardi B/Nicki Minaj fight this whole week. No, it’s okay. I totally understand. *cough* #TeamCardi
Hello all, and welcome to a riveting version of our Best of Instagram posts - hip hop edition. Because hip hop has been WILDIN’ in the last week.
Why the hell do people even know about Juggalo-tendo? What could New-Wave-Breakbeats even be? ASMRstep sounds like a thing I just made up right now for this article, doesn’t it? Well, we’re here to help. Enjoy We Are The Guard’s guide to the Top Ten Craziest Sub Genres.
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Sure, Coachella is a million months away, but that doesn’t mean we aren’t already thinking about it. In fact, we’ve been dreaming up our ultimate Coachella lineup since the day after we left the Polo Fields this past April. We’ve got some choice picks to be there in 2019 and I think we are right on the money.
Just because I have to stop wearing tank tops to work doesn’t mean the party’s over. Oh no — the party don’t stop on our favorite social media site and I got the pics and vids to prove it. Here’s the créme of the crop this week on Instagram from your favorites including Dua Lipa, Camilla Cabello, and Bishop Briggs. Here we go!
With all of the writers here at We Are The Guard, we are able to claim (with confidence) that someone on our staff listens to pretty much every different kind of music under the sun. There’s no genre we’re too afraid to touch— except for metal. We’re terrified. We have literally zero clue. That’s where this intrepid reporter comes in.
Three months ago Disclosure quietly dropped Ultimatum to surprisingly little fanfare. The single, featuring Malian singer/songwriter Fatoumata Diawara stands up alongside the band’s greatest hits, combining world and house music into something so special that it could only come from Disclosure.