How I need to stop worrying and learn to love the mainstream.
Chinese pop star G.E.M is the face of Maybelline and Apple Music in China. In one night, she played for 30,000 people in Beijing. Now she wants to take over America.
Her legacy runs much deeper than "Dear Mama."
All hail the best confessional rapper alive.
The Los Angeles rap technician takes on the comments section.
Prince was so influential and prolific and astounding that nearly every story about him is somewhat believable, but there's a lot of fiction mixed in with the truth.
Danny Fields, the legendary band's first manager, gives us the dish on new photo book My Ramones, the band's real leanings, and punk turning 40.
From Sean Hannity to Michelle Malkin, conservatives have been having a shit-fit about this "bad role model" this week.
Drake gets Six Drakes out of Six for marketing.
Lemonade isn't for the weak or the thoughtless. Pour the lemonade from pitcher to pitcher, softly intertwining its components. Give it time. Handle with care. Sip slow.
Tiga, Cassy, Matmos, and more describe how the Purple One shaped their lives and the course of electronic music as a whole.
Members of Pearl Jam, Immortal, Melvins, Tribulation, Twisted Sister, and more pay tribute to the KISS shredder's hot licks and singalong solos.
Basilica Hudson's annual fest celebrating harsh abstractions proved the proper place to overcome some of my skepticism and neuroses.
Noisey talks to the Harlem rapper about his aspirations to become bigger than rap, 'Always Strive and Prosper,' and the psyche he needed to deliver this album.
The Nashville-via-Dallas singer is set to re-release his EP The Generation of Lift on vinyl via Ninja Tune imprint Counter Records, and he shares a new edit of "A Summer Song."
The former guitarist for the Red Hot Chili Peppers is using obsessive electronic programming to navigate the good days and the bad.
It's a rare bird that writes, records, produces, and directs.
We attended the final night of The River tour, and there's no other way to put it: The Boss demonstrated why he's one of the greatest of all time.
For black women, life in America can be full of struggle. Beyoncé's ambitious new visual album recognizes that painful truth while lifting up her sisters with an empowered resilience.
If Lil Wayne and Andre 3000 are two of the most influential artists of the last half-century, Prince is the purple progenitor, the creator of abstruse shades that Crayola could never copy.
Prince Rogers Nelson was the most gifted artist of the rock era.
We examine the trails and tribulations of Beyoncé in 'Lemonade.'
"Sensoramic is inspired by the idea of losing one sense and expanding your others," said Jones.
Time to text that one friend who's got a Tidal subscription.