The boys were back in town, but I was out of the bar, because they asked me to leave.
He surprise-released it because that's what you do now, apparently.
I met Young Buck, Lloyd Banks, and Tony Yayo at the New York Yankee Steakhouse to eat extravagant food and reminisce G-Unit's glory days.
"Hunting for Prince's Vault," a new BBC radio documentary premiering March 21, uncovers the elusive artist's supernatural work habits and what producer Mobeen Azhar believes is an unreleased collaboration with Madonna.
The soul of New York is one of robust cynicism, adventurousness, and hustle. The same could be said of our perpetually evolving nightlife.
The track is from his upcoming record, Apartments, and its twisting lead guitar and songwriting nods to Walkmen-inspired 00s rock.
The song sounds like someone trying to write a Modest Mouse song.
It's called The Sick Bag Song and we've got the exclusive trailer.
They're back for more faith.
Their sound and their debut EP, 'r u a cop?' is lit-up r'n'b imbued with a sly wit that places it somewhere between the silkiness of The Dream and the 'no fucks given' philosophy of Louis CK.
The album is a smooth run of tracks with some bizarrely wonderful samples and synth sounds.
How many senators can you name, Jimmy?
With his vast and complex discography, there's no easy Gucci Mane story, but that's proof of his place in history, not a reason to write him out of it.
The City of Angels might be a new mecca of dance music, but that doesn't mean it's all sun and games over here.
SXSW is essentially a high school coffee house, 15 years later.
How to keep your head while those around you are off theirs.
We spoke with Quincy Jones about everything from 2Pac to Miles Davis, to his adolescent friendship with Clint Eastwood, to working with Michael Jackson. This is what he had to say.
Noisey just premiered the video for Weezy's remix of O.T. Genasis's "CoCo" off his latest mixtape, Sorry 4 the Wait 2.
NYC is a shining mecca of broken dreams, obscene rents, and kale smoothie-fueled yoga raves. Everything in this city is a goddamn struggle, even the nightlife.
How do you make middle America see a musical about blowjobs and street punks?
VICE staffer River Donaghey is releasing an album with his band Pocket Hercules next week, so we asked Aaron Carter, of "That's How I Beat Shaq" fame, to give the record a listen. He didn't like it.
Once held up as a shining example of dance music's bankability on Wall Street, SFX Entertainment is going private after hemorrhaging a $130.5 million loss. What does this mean for EDM's future?
What is the DEAL with Jonathan Wolff's bassline?
Social media lynch mobs against people who are perceived to have done something offensive are nothing new.