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Pop - Released August 21, 2020 | Beartrap - Alamo - Interscope Records

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Pop - Released December 25, 2020 | Beartrap - Alamo - Interscope Records

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R&B - Released September 29, 2017 | Alamo Records - Interscope

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R&B - Released April 21, 2017 | Alamo - Blackbear P&D

Arriving just one month after the eponymous debut LP from Matthew Tyler Musto (aka Blackbear) and Mike Posner's alternative hip-hop project Mansionz, Digital Druglord is the much anticipated third studio long-player from the American hip-hop recording artist, singer, songwriter, and record producer. The LP includes the gritty lead single "Do Re Mi" along with subsequent bangers "Make Daddy Proud" and "If I Could I Would Feel Nothing." © James Christopher Monger /TiVo
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R&B - Released April 26, 2019 | Beartrap - Alamo - Interscope

Anonymous is the fifth full-length release from American rapper Blackbear and follows 2017's Digital Druglord and cybersex. Fusing elements of R&B, hip-hop, trap, and EDM, the album sees Blackbear working with the likes of Andrew Goldstein, Twice as Nice, and Joe Kirkland over the album's 18 tracks. © Rich Wilson /TiVo
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Pop - Released December 13, 2019 | Beartrap - Alamo - Interscope Records

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R&B - Released November 27, 2017 | Alamo Records - Interscope

Hollywood electro sensation Matthew Musto, aka Blackbear, returns with his November 2017 mixtape, cybersex. The album follows on the heels of his third solo album, Digital Druglord (released earlier the same year), as well as his Mansionz project with Mike Posner. His first album since signing with Interscope, cybersex features a bevy of collaborations, including tracks with 2 Chainz, Machine Gun Kelly, T-Pain, Tinashe, and others. Included are the singles "playboy shit, "bright pink tims," "up in this," and "gucci linen." © Matt Collar /TiVo
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Pop - Released August 21, 2020 | Beartrap - Alamo - Interscope Records

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R&B - Released July 28, 2017 | Alamo Records - Interscope

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Pop - Released August 19, 2020 | Beartrap - Alamo - Interscope Records

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Pop - Released August 21, 2020 | Beartrap - Alamo - Interscope Records

The fifth studio album by Blackbear, 2020's Everything Means Nothing finds the Florida-born/Los Angeles based singer/producer offering more of his cross-pollinated blend of synthy, emo-tinged pop, hip-hop, and R&B. The album was produced by Blackbear and longtime collaborator FRND with additional production contributions by Aaron Harmon, Jordan Reyes, and Marshmello. It follows 2019's Anonymous and again showcases Blackbear's knack for imbuing his hooky, atmospheric jams with confessional lyrics, many of which tap into the zeitgeist and ennui of the social media age. On the catchy "Hot Girl Bummer" he crafts a snarky ode to influencer culture, "social awkward suicide that buy your lips and buy your likes." Similarly toxic vibes follow on the kinetic "I Feel Bad," in which Blackbear, either talking to his lover or himself, sings "You're so good at making me feel bad/You're like a college grad/That majored in the art of f*$@ing over everything we had." We also get similarly raw takes on love, as on the emotive "Me & Ur Ghost" and "Sobbing in Cabo." Elsewhere, Blackbear offers a handful of infectious anthems, including the 1975-esque "Why Are Girls," "If I Were You" featuring LAUV, and "Clown" with Trevor Daniel. While Blackbear looks heavily into the myriad ways technology and social media have infiltrated, and in some cases wreaked havoc, with our emotional lives on Everything Means Nothing, the songs remain as infectious as ever. © Matt Collar /TiVo
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Pop - Released June 4, 2021 | Beartrap - Alamo - Interscope Records

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Pop - Released December 13, 2019 | Beartrap - Alamo - Interscope Records

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Pop - Released August 23, 2018 | Alamo Records - Interscope

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Pop - Released August 14, 2020 | Beartrap - Alamo - Interscope Records

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R&B - Released April 26, 2019 | Alamo Records - Interscope

Anonymous is the fifth full-length release from American rapper Blackbear and follows 2017's Digital Druglord and cybersex. Fusing elements of R&B, hip-hop, trap, and EDM, the album sees Blackbear working with the likes of Andrew Goldstein, Twice as Nice, and Joe Kirkland over the album's 18 tracks. © Rich Wilson /TiVo

Rock - Released February 10, 2014 | Blackbearmusic

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Pop - Released August 21, 2020 | Beartrap - Alamo - Interscope Records

The fifth studio album by Blackbear, 2020's Everything Means Nothing finds the Florida-born/Los Angeles based singer/producer offering more of his cross-pollinated blend of synthy, emo-tinged pop, hip-hop, and R&B. The album was produced by Blackbear and longtime collaborator FRND with additional production contributions by Aaron Harmon, Jordan Reyes, and Marshmello. It follows 2019's Anonymous and again showcases Blackbear's knack for imbuing his hooky, atmospheric jams with confessional lyrics, many of which tap into the zeitgeist and ennui of the social media age. On the catchy "Hot Girl Bummer" he crafts a snarky ode to influencer culture, "social awkward suicide that buy your lips and buy your likes." Similarly toxic vibes follow on the kinetic "I Feel Bad," in which Blackbear, either talking to his lover or himself, sings "You're so good at making me feel bad/You're like a college grad/That majored in the art of f*$@ing over everything we had." We also get similarly raw takes on love, as on the emotive "Me & Ur Ghost" and "Sobbing in Cabo." Elsewhere, Blackbear offers a handful of infectious anthems, including the 1975-esque "Why Are Girls," "If I Were You" featuring LAUV, and "Clown" with Trevor Daniel. While Blackbear looks heavily into the myriad ways technology and social media have infiltrated, and in some cases wreaked havoc, with our emotional lives on Everything Means Nothing, the songs remain as infectious as ever. © Matt Collar /TiVo

Rock - Released February 15, 2017 | Blackbear

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R&B - Released November 27, 2017 | Álamo