The 90s hip-hop scion's lawyer claims he was temporarily blind when he ran over two men in a parking lot, and the surviving victim says he can't remember what happened.
After 20 years of dealing with substance abuse and schizophrenia, the Nottingham rapper is finally about to release his first album.
Take a break from all that ear-assaulting music and put on something that's actually pleasant to listen to.
Swag Toof are two rapper dudes, one from Kansas and one from Las Vegas, who've come to NYC to get real weird. This means selling an EP for $100, which comes with a letter signed in blood.
Mr. Wonderful was down at Austin's SXSW recently, and we went along to grab some footage of our man in action.
We spoke with Posdnuos about the history of sampling, music lawsuits, and the new method they've developed for this album.
Nacho's music springs from the dark, depressive side of Seattle. But like Kurt Cobain, his twisted lyricism is balanced with an offbeat sense of humor.
"This shit is bringing back the soul in TV and I'm with it."
Rappers have been in games forever—well, since Wu-Tang Forever. But now Yeezy's making one. And that's a good thing.
This video, for Tower II's song "Hustle and Starve," features rappers Czarquan and Shogun Ack making great use of low-key lighting as they mob around New York City.
Something about London lends itself to these catchy beats. Maybe it's the weather.
The song on its own could easily be a straight-up club banger, but the video brings out its bizarro trip-hop weirdness.
It's a reminder that rap can experiment with old tastes and patterns without being derivative.
Atlanta cops have divided the city into six zones. Not only does this provide an easy way to tell people where you're from, calling your hood "Zone X" makes Atlanta sound like a dystopia in the not-so-distant future.
The Brooklyn producer's song is just as well-suited to sex as it is to chain-smoking and wondering how things got so messed up.
The Death Row Records mogul appears to have run a guy over with his truck after an argument at a Los Angeles burger joint.
New Orleans rapper K. Gates first hit it big in 2009 with "Black and Gold," the unofficial theme for the Saints football franchise. But these days, he's getting confused for rapper Kevin Gates—and Kevin Gates's odd sex life.
A lot of artists try to escape the shittiness of human existence with their music, but Philadelphia MC Ryshon Jones wallows in it with his new track "What iDesire, iProtect."
One day after the Charlie Hebdo attack, Bushido posted a rather insensitive selfie on his social media. VICE Germany asked him what he was thinking.
McSweeney's recently released the Coup frontman's screenplay, Sorry to Bother You—a dark comedy that Riley will apparently be shooting with Patton Oswalt and David Cross soon.
Nacho and production duo Black Sky Black Death just sent us their fourth collaborative album, and they sound sicker than ever.
He's a gentle fellow, who doesn't eat meat, but loves going on adventures and staying out late. He skates with a straight-backed, no-fuss finesse, the way that everyone wants to skate these days.
The archive, started by Holly Hobbs in conjunction with the Amistad Research Center, collects interviews with New Orleans rappers and bounce artists to give hip-hop its proper place in the pantheon of New Orleans music.
The guys from post-rock band Grails have taken a break from introspective guitar music to make hip-hop beats with their side project. Their new song, "Roses & Kisses," will chill you out after your a post-rock induced existential crisis.