With his debut album, Riot Boi, slated for release this fall on XL Recordings, the hip-hop artist is bringing us something new and radical in everything from his music to his political sensibilities.
Wonder why he received some negative responses.
The consensus is that Meek Mill lost, but what did Drake lose?
We sat down with Glasper at the legendary Blue Note to talk about recording with Kendrick Lamar and J Dilla, as well as about making his new album Covered.
Tracing the relationship between gender and pills.
Drake's "soft" chastise style is a kinder, gentler diss. But women still get the short end of the stick.
Cymbal might have the answer—with help from Spotify and SoundCloud's libraries.
"If there's someone who says they're straight edge and are vaping, I don't give a fuck, their edge does not affect my edge, ever."
On his first In Colour tour, Jamie xx produces an eerie summer performance at the Echoplex that transforms the dance floor turn-up to something more emotional.
In episode 3, VICE travels to the desert town of Dimona where a group of African-American Israelis, that sometimes refer to themselves as Black Hebrews, could have their first breakout rap star in Ben Blackwell.
Thump played a rapid fire round of WORDS with some of our favourite artists.
Simon Wheatley's Don't Call Me Urban photo book is being digitally re-released, so we asked him to reflect on a few of his classics.
An LA electronic label is making jazz cool to people who don't listen to jazz—an impossible dream for most jazz labels. How did we get here?
An interview about death, sacrifice, and family with the world-weary thrash god.
"I did another one, I did another one/ You still ain't did shit about the other one."
This is very exciting, assuming you would like to license 'Happy Birthday' for your film, television show, or video game.
One big company just got a whole lot bigger.
Bindis have peaked as a fashion trend recently, thanks to the likes of Selena Gomez, Vanessa Hudgens, and an assembly line of Coachella-inspired fashion bloggers. But it's time to leave the religious and cultural symbol at home.
London Black-Up is a group of friends and musicians who've played a huge role in the capital's hardcore scene over the past 20 years.
Plus, the artists drops a free collection of tunes spanning 2010-2014 in a mixtape titled Night Rally.
The Latex Ball's 25th anniversary proves that ballroom culture is still thriving if you know where to look.
In the city of Ho Chi Minh, unjust legal hurdles put dance music parties on the brink of extinction.
We should allow female artists the space and agency to be creative without subscribing them to a set of rules that male artists are still largely exempt from.
Inside Nashville's eclectic music scene.