We sit down to talk with the record executive, who signed artists like TLC, Outkast, Usher, Justin Bieber, and Rihanna, about his new book Sing To Me.
Derrick Carter, The Black Madonna, and more have spoken out against Justin James, who sticks by the original remarks he posted in a feminist Facebook group.
The Cleveland rap veteran traces the long path from hip-hop stardom to salvation.
The Velvet Underground's founder discusses the dramatic rework of his seminal LP Music for a New Society, plus he talks Lou Reed, drugs, God, punk, and much more.
The band members look back at their brief time together and accidentally creating one of the most influential records of its time.
Saying goodbye to one of the city's strangest landmarks.
When Lewis wrote this LP she was still figuring out what she believed in. Now she reflects on how far she's come and her all-female record label, Lovesway.
Tool's music stuck with me, even though I was hardly able to listen to it for decades.
With her ninth LP— The Hope Six Demolition Project—imminent, we reveal the record's first video with Harvey and Murphy's journey to Kosovo at its center.
Who gives a fuck about an Oxford drama?
How you use your app could determine which festival acts will get booked in future years.
The album's title is no accident; 'ANTI' is a rejection of the notion Rihanna needs to ever be any one thing to anyone, fan, friend, or flame.
Martin Shkreli mentioned that he was thinking about destroying Once Upon a Time in Shaolin, the one-of-a-kind Wu-Tang album he bought for $2 million. So I took some pictures of it.
The minds that brought you Noisey Atlanta and Noisey Chiraq bring the most original music show on the internet to your television.
As the group's debut album reaches its ten year anniversary, I can't help but think their impact made my city a worse place to be.
The new musical sees Prime Minister Corbyn locked in a nuclear stand off with Putin, to the backdrop of an alleged affair with Labour MP Diane Abbott.
Kanye West got into an insane Twitter argument with Wiz Khalifa, but it's all part of West's return to normalcy after years spent in outer space.
Tyson explains why the earth is actually round and talks about getting his uncle to listen to DMX.
A mass of bodies huddled together outside the 100 Club in London before work, sipping coffee, and waiting to see Savages.
It's no New York, but Newark's alright (if you like eating at punk nostalgia traps before you fly).
Justin Bieber Appreciation club nights are touring the UK and selling out in six minutes. We went to one in Bristol to gauge this pissed up phenomena.
A rising expat star explains why progress begins with programming.
The rapper B.o.B. has announced he's convinced the world is flat. But questioning everything you've been told is part of the very fabric of hip-hop itself.
Kele Okereke and Russell Lissack return reinvigorated, with two new members and a record that's starkly emotional, yet celebratory.