He's back from prison, celebrating his freedom with his jubilant fans and looking likely to steer Atlanta trap music culture in an ever more positive direction.
2 Live Crew's founder recounts his rise to fame as one of the first notable Asian rappers in America.
John Fell Ryan, of New York experimentalists Excepter, reflects on how the late Suicide frontman's yowls soundtracked his life's best and worst moments.
Gucci Mane's go-to producer discusses the new album Everybody Looking, working side-by-side with Mike WiLL Made-It for the first time, and how Future's 'Beast Mode' changed his legacy.
I decided to ask Republican delegates from all over the country if they needed Yeezus the way Kathy Lee needed Regis.
Playing in a pizza-themed Velvet Underground cover band with Macaulay Culkin taught me more about the nature of celebrity—and pizza—than I'd bargained for.
The supergroup formed to be an alternative voice in an angry year, but could anyone hear them?
Is the viral star the "biggest villain of the century"—or just a 22-year-old from a poor neighborhood who did well in life?
In an interview before their set, the supergroup told us they got together to be an alternative voice in angry year. But how clearly could that voice be heard in the middle of the chaos in Cleveland?
Three DJs set out to create the world's best webstore for dance music. Then the EDM boom happened.
The Carol City rapper opens up about his new album and becoming his "Ultimate" self.
"We told each other that we loved each other at Berghain."
Kim Kardashian's big reveal doesn't "character assassinate" anyone; it liberates Kanye from the vilification that Taylor Swift has launched her career off.
From his recent Cheetah EP to real-life eccentricities, writer Michaelangelo Matos dives into Aphex Twin's trickster side.
Their set at Le Festival d'été de Québec made us think that maybe we're all just being pretentious dweebs by hating on one of America's most famous bands.
He spent five years in Gossip Girl and now Badgley's recalibrated with his band MOTHXR. On this date we talked about the deep stuff, because fluffy is so whatever.
This guy really doesn't know when to shut up.
H.V.R.F. CENTRAL COMMAND's THIS IS THE ZODIAC SPEAKING... "I AM NOT TED CRUZ" is out just in time for the Republican National Convention.
The Chicago singer's Pitchfork Music Festival set was like a citywide holiday.
Gianna Toboni sits down with the Swedish pop star Robyn to talk about feminism, Prince, and her music publishing company, Konichiwa Records.
The French singer became an American celebrity for dating Kristen Stewart, but she's been influential in the indie pop music scene for nearly a decade.
The 'pure and virgin air' of Ibiza can be yours ... for a price.
We talked to director Warren Fu—who's worked with Daft Punk, Snoop, Weezer, and more—about his creative partnership with The Strokes and a bunch of other stuff.
Finding success in a communist-run nation where sites like Facebook and Soundcloud are blocked isn't easy, but these guys just aren't taking no for an answer