The majors of trap stars if they attended UC Berkeley

We’re proud that UC Berkeley alumni have gone on to be famous software engineers and film actors, but we at the Clog wonder what today’s most popular trap stars would major in if they attended our university. Let’s take a moment to speculate what UC Berkeley’s most fly would-be alumni might have studied.
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Rolling Loud 2018: Saweetie

Hayward, California native Saweetie was one of the newer and more diverse faces of hip-hop who performed at Rolling Loud this weekend. She’s among the handful of female rappers who are on a relatively quick trajectory to success.
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Despite tardiness, Migos cook Warfield in crockpot

Migos — a rap trio composed of the North Atlanta natives Quavo, Takeoff and Offset — has been often characterized, superficially, as an eccentric trap side-show in the rap game: unessential, but good at cranking out earworms branded with its unique triplet-laced flow and odd lines such as “Auntie Eva, she
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Migos defines ‘Culture’ on latest album

Migos’ second studio album, Culture, opens with a boast from perennial hypeman DJ Khaled. Maybe having DJ Khaled spit out his Snapchat truisms on a track is a symbol of the Atlanta-based rap trio’s heightened clout. But here, Khaled operates as a mediator — a middleman who handily, if bluntly,
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Donnie Trumpet and the Social Experiment debut must-listen album

On May 28, the Social Experiment — a music collective that includes Donnie Trumpet, Chance the Rapper, Peter Cottontale, Greg Landfair Jr. and Nate Fox — released Surf, its free debut album that features Chance the Rapper’s vocals alongside contributions from artists such as Erykah Badu, Janelle Monae, Jeremih, Big
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