When West publicly discounts the rape accusations of more than 50 women, even I have to question whether there is something wrong with the picture he's painting.
We talked to the legend about his new project scoring "Love Mojis" with Skype, working with Kanye West, and the process of writing a song.
We spoke with the innovative composer about his Tibet House Benefit Concert, working with David Bowie, and what music might sound like in the future.
Strip club DJing is still DJing—rather than getting a dance floor heaving, the goal is to provide a fitting soundtrack for the age-old form of erotic titillation.
Abdul Wahab—better known by his stage name UK Apache—went from UK jungle raves to giving talks to young Muslims at mosques.
A conversation about the murky values of the music industry with John Seabrook, author of The Song Machine: Inside the Hit Factory.
The grandson of the original owner dreams of reopening the Dew Drop, which hosted Ray Charles, Little Richard, and other greats.
Jim Karygiannis thinks Justin Trudeau should investigate Bey's connection to Black Panthers. We looked into reasons to keep her out of the country.
Is gloving an art form or a drug accessory? Ravers say they are being unfairly persecuted and harassed, festival promoters think otherwise.
How a Canadian hip-hop movement became a global phenomenon.
Why this Italian Eurodance song from 1999 is an anthem for the death of progress in the face of human antipathy.
Welcome to a world where people make huge sacrifices just to feed their engrossing love for music.
VICE travels to Florida to catch up with the USA Freedom Kids—a preteen girl group spreading Trump-style American pride with their songs.
The audience at Friday night's benefit show in downtown Los Angeles proved that people are ready for the smiling, disheveled, more-or-less polite revolution.
"Formation" is a throughway that runs from Angela Davis to Blue Ivy, past to future. But it's also an urgent cry that's very much of the present.
With a packed roster of live shows and exciting labels, Ithaca's scene is gorges.
The surprise music video is Beyonce's version of "Strange Fruit," and sees her the usurping pop culture music industry instead of just manipulating it.
A nice surprise from Bey.
This is his eighth full-length project in less than two years, but there can never be enough Future.
With his official debut album Islah out, Noisey sits down with the rapper who just keeps winning over fans.
Noisey took three questions and asked them to every significant artist in Montreal.
The first installment of THUMP Spotlight follows the Virginia-based producer and NON Records founder who makes art for days when no place feels like home.
The Atlanta cherub goes deep on America's problem with excess, the plague of gun crime, and Donald Trump.
"He played me his new shit and I played him Say Anything and we went back and forth. It was the most surreal thing."