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.
This crew has been keeping it raw since before you were born and THUMP is here to tell their tale.
With the future of Lil Wayne's career unclear, what can fans expect from his Dedication Tour?
From Voivod and Gorguts to Chthe'ilist and Starlight Ritual, Canada's cultural capital is an absolute hotbed for quality heavy metal in all its forms.
Future looks back at the trail of spilled Actavis and Xanax residue he's left in his wake during his ascent to the upper echelon of rap stardom and announces the next phase of his rise.
Better "White Privilege II" than "Thrift Shop II." Let it rock.
The Republican Speaker of the House is livestreaming the storm from his balcony in DC, complete with a really killer soundtrack.
The Vallejo rapper talks about his hit song "Big Tymin" and the unexpected success of a partnership with Cardo leading to a whole new mixtape.
Filthy parody music king Clarence Reid a.k.a. Blowfly passed away on Sunday. Here are eight illustrations of the musician by a collection of talented artists and a short and touching essay by hip-hop historian Johan Kugelberg.
Saying it's trivial to point out problematic attitudes in music effectively translates to 'This is the way it is, shut up, know your place.'
In a country where the most incarcerated population is aboriginal, artists reflect on their communities' crises.
A group of shareholders are pursuing legal action against the Brooklyn venue with the intent to overthrow its current management.
This week on 'Noisey Next,' we spend one night with Madrid's hottest export.
Bernard Sumner at Houston's Day For Night Festival: "The More Hidden the Lyric Is, the More Autobiographical."
The hip-hop legend walks us through his career from his rise to fame to the pivotal music that led to the end of Clipse and more.
Don't judge them by their covers because that would be giving way too much credit.
The Dalston district of East London is a perfect example of how a buzzing nightlife scene can lead to developers swarming in, threatening the clubs and bars that made it so attractive in the first place.
As Miami's megaclubs close, the void left by these fallen giants is being filled by smaller, more intimate hotspots.