We spoke to the guys behind the new documentary NG83: When We Were B-Boys about how your teenage obsessions shape who you become.
Gianna Toboni sits down with the Swedish pop star Robyn to talk about feminism, Prince, and her music publishing company, Konichiwa Records.
Cameron's off-the-cuff tune is the cute "oopsy-daisy-hows-your-father-evenin-guvnor-fucked-yer-country" ditty we've all been waiting for.
Glamorous tales of rotting crack houses and having your head used as a toilet.
Known today mostly as a one-hit wonder and a rock history footnote from the hair metal era, Twisted Sister's story of slow rise and rapid fall shows how fleeting fame can be.
Ben Adams from A1 remembers what it was like to be on every British girl's bedroom wall, and how lonely life can be when you're a famous teenager.
By being big, bold, beautiful, and black, Muhammad Ali charted a path for hip-hop's pioneers to follow, and taught us how to be men.
Do they think this is a bold new illegal rave movement our just the next generation copying them?
The Chairlift singer reveals how many people have been in love with her. It is LOADS.
"When the police come down, the police aren't in charge, we're in charge."
Strippers and strip club DJs have an influential taste-making ability in hip-hop. In our new series, Striptique, we test out some new music (and some old tunes) at the club and ask the exotic dancers which ones make them want to move.
Introducing a new series on Noisey.
This weekend, Stockholm's streets were filled with people dressed like the Mad Hatter on a drunken, nationalist binge.
With Prince, Bowie, Whitney, and MJ all gone, I figured now would be the time to document the couple of hours I spent in the presence of mega-famous pop diva, Mariah Carey.
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.
Just some tunes celebrating Putin for his decisiveness, stable character and moderate alcohol consumption.
A collection of illustrations by various artists to honor and pay tribute to the one, the only, Prince Rogers Nelson.
If Prince was a peerless icon who represented the pinnacle of achievement in contemporary pop music and there is no one else like him, what does his passing mean for the future of musical geniuses?
A sociologist breaks down the mechanics behind the public displays of grief after a cultural hero dies.
The culture that surrounds the production of music can feel like it is overflowing with fragile souls, and it's not uncommon to encounter people experiencing serious mental health issues.
How had I, a lowly peon with barely 500 followers to my name, so undeservedly received the 6 God's blessing?
We spoke to a few hip-hop artists to get their perspectives on depression, suicide, and the music they've dedicated their lives to.
The band's first single "Trump for America," is a collage of patriotic clichés, including a sample of children reciting the Pledge of Allegiance.