"The tongue is more deadly than the pen and the sword."
Drake's "soft" chastise style is a kinder, gentler diss. But women still get the short end of the stick.
We met up with the Swedish rapper ahead of his first-ever official gig at the Skankaloss Festival in Gagnef.
At a time when all the rockers in Cuba were outcasts, Maria Gattorno made a place for them. Now she heads up the government-sanctioned Cuban Rock Agency and has resurrected the Cuban rock scene.
Time for him to get rich again or die trying.
When Rihanna chose Sanam to be her henchwoman in her iconic "BBHMM" video, she sent her a message: "I think you're so fucking rare."
Just over an hour of face-melting metal.
Here's "Tänd Alla Ljus" and "Zon" directed by Joanna Nordahl.
A video that wraps up the past year in which we've seen Amason go from super group project to Sweden's next national pride.
How much of what Rick Ross raps about is real, and how much of it is fantasy?
Imagine a world where people break out into song while tripping balls. That's basically LSD: The Opera in a nutshell.
We're premiering their song "Darla," from their new album, Gawk.
The story of a genre, as told by some of its most pivotal players.
Excited and/or horrified fans can thank the company that made that Tupac hologram at Coachella.
They started retweeting DJs complaining on Twitter almost three years ago, but only recently did they think, 'Hey, I wonder what this big cry-baby's music actually sounds like.'
Mimi Mercedez is one of Serbia's few female rappers, using the genre to push a radical, female led, left-wing agenda.
Because we all want bronze skin and a cinnamon tan.
RTJ were in London last week to play Field Day, and during their trip they hopped in a taxi to record a Black Cab Session.
Fernando Leal is what you could call a dedicated fan.
I concealed my true self because I feared letting down my family, my band, the fans, a higher power. But today I regret it.
As it turns 20, we revisit the record that encapsulates the melodrama of being a young woman and dealing with the trappings of adult life for the first time.
Drake and Trent Reznor gave their support.
Welcome to the good life, indeed.
Taking in acid house, Public Enemy and Pussy Riot, Matthew Collin's new book Pop Grenade tells the story of music's ongoing fight to change the world.