I reached out to people who have spent the their adult lives recording, overseeing, organizing, or critiquing popular music to find out how they got into the industry.
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Gianna Toboni sits down with the Swedish pop star Robyn to talk about feminism, Prince, and her music publishing company, Konichiwa Records.
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The late singer was scheduled to meet with the doc the day after he was found dead, according to a local paper.
Prince was so influential and prolific and astounding that nearly every story about him is somewhat believable, but there's a lot of fiction mixed in with the truth.
Law enforcement officials are looking into any drugs Prince might have taken prior to his death, and whether a doctor was in the mix.
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.
On Thursday night, 1,000 New Yorkers gathered in Fort Greene, Brooklyn, to mourn the passing of the inimitable superstar musician and the sexiest MF to ever rock a lace jumpsuit.
TMZ reports that the pop star's emergency jet landing last week might have been due to a Percocet overdose.
There were many tributes to "The Purple One" last night, but this may be the best.
Prince is dead, and that sucks, but what he leaves behind changed us forever.
The indelible pop icon passed away on Thursday at the age of 57.
In the first comic in our new series Musical Urban Legends, comics legend Peter Bagge tells the potentially true stories of music stars' daily lives. This one's about Prince.
Also on today's episode: We go "ham" on some Christmas food, explore the significance of the Tuareg-language version of Purple Rain, and look back at some of VICE's best moments.