Tyler The Creator has been on a hot streak this year so far after dropping his follow up to Flower Boy, IGOR, which happened to land Tyler his first #1 album — which is crazy to think after all the amazing albums he has under his belt like Wolf and Cherry Bomb. Nonetheless, he arguably dropped one of the […]

New month! New music with Coog Radio contributors’ favorite new releases from Friday, March 1, 2019. With some fun new music from artists like Coog Radio favorite Solange, 2 Chainz, and Helado Negro, this playlist is the perfect remedy and motivation for a new week. The title of this sensational playlist is inspired by “YA WOO COUGAR […]

Chromeo, a duo from Canada consisting of Dave 1 and P-Thugg, is breathing life into an otherwise dead genre and still carving out their own spot in the music genus with their funky, electronic, pop grooves. Chromeo is bringing disco back. Their name, while inspired by their favorite photographer, inspires the image of a disco […]

Man, it seems just like yesterday that all of us at Coog Radio were placing our bets for who would appear on this year’s lineup. I swore up and down that we’d see Daft Punk, but alas, my predictive powers let me down, but hey we got Justice, which is just as good, at least […]

Who the F*&! is Spooky Black? Nobody anymore because we have Corbin. “See my face when I slide through –   Every place I will find you –   Everytime we fell apart –   Girl I see it in the scars – “ Written by a young man named Corbin Smidzik at the young […]

Felicia the Goat. In every form of art, there exists a wide spectrum, spanning from complete experimentation (think Death Grips) to carbon-copy industry plants that mimic current trends (lol no shade, but think Wiz Khalifa). Within the context of music, both extremities can be pretty unpopular, yet are integral to the inevitable change that will […]

Houston’s very own Solange Knowles has given melodious tunes to the R&B/Soul community. As a black female soul singer, she has gained a tremendous amount of attention with her unique voice and artistic visuals from her latest album, A Seat at the Table. This album was a huge success as it reached the #1 position on […]

The Fader described Kelela’s album as the work of someone who, after a period of struggle, has become in-tune with all parts of herself. Last Tuesday night at Houston’s White Oak Music Hall, the singer proved the statement true as she preformed one of the most effortlessly hypnotic concerts I’ve ever attended.

The veteran electronic duo Justice will be performing at Day for Night 2017. If you do not know about Justice, they are a French duo composed of Gaspard Augé and Xavier de Rosnay that have been cranking out electronic music on par with legendary contemporaries, Daft Punk. Coming off of their third album Woman, which was released in […]

Airy vocals and strong lyricism, Kelela is an Ethiopian-American singer from Washington DC. Known for her symmetrically cut dark locks and penetrating gaze, the “Rewind” singer is successfully making her mark in music her own way, and not letting cultural expectations stop her.

Don’t you hate it when someone just as old as you says something wiser than anything you’ve probably ever said? What about if what was said, was said in passing and the person who said it seems so nonchalant and careless about what they said, that they sound bored in their delivery, and just kept […]

Coverage by Waylon O’Day and Junior Fernandez Every October, something special happens in the city of Austin. People from all around the world descend on the Live Music Capitol to take part in one of the most prestigious music festivals in the country. Friday marked the beginning of the festival’s second weekend, and Coog Radio […]

Realizing Solange’s A Seat at the Table will be turning one later this month is truly wild. Not only was the project one of the best albums of 2016 (some might even argue it was the best) but the year following its release was quite a year for Solange. Her record was #1 on both Apple […]

Houston’s most anticipated summer festival is back with a lineup they released this morning. Headliners like Lorde, Solange, Aminé, Post Malone, Flume, and around 55 more acts are said to be performing across a four stage setup. 

Three years of silence since her last EP True, Solange has finally come back to us with a 21-track album filled with black excellence, women empowerment, amazing collaborations and aesthetic perfection. To summarize what listening to this album was like without being biased (honestly, truly) – it was greatness at its’ finest and by the end of […]

Check out the official video for Solange’s “Lovers in the Parking Lot,” which was released today, and can I just say it is almost like visual eye candy… OK not quite, but you get my point. The video was conceptualized by Solange and made exclusively in Houston and in conjunction with The Creator’s Project.

Nearly four years after the stellar (and grossly underrated) Sol-Angel and the Hadley St. Dream, Solange is back with a new song titled “Losing You.” The Dev Hynes and Ariel Rechtshaid-produced track beautifully links a chaotic mix of samples and handclaps to Solange’s airy and bittersweet voice. While her previous album did perhaps delve too […]

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