Starting in August of 2010, Kanye West spurred on his comeback and teased his new album with a series of weekly releases, creating a unique type of mixtape for the blog era. We look back at all of it.
An interview with Claire Boucher about her evolution, Art Angels, and how the media ruined Grimes.
The raptastic radio spot is yet another example of the Republican Party fundamentally misunderstanding its relationship with hip-hop.
The rap mogul invited journalists and industry folks to his birthday bash, featuring a New York-centric film screening set to his new, free album, Money Makin' Mitch.
In our pursuit of seeming like well-cultured individuals, maybe we all got a little carried away in deeming these to be super profound.
Shawn Rudiman, Lauren Flax, Nick Catchdubs, and Kevin Aviance are on the bill for this Saturday's panels at the VICE HQ.
In this episode of Broadly Meets, we talk to the recording artist about survival, her new mixtape, and her old flame.
The Baltimore rapper's song "Bank Rolls" became a breakout hit and an unlikely anthem for a city in the spotlight. Now he's looking at what comes next.
We talked to Madchild and Snak the Ripper about their explosive feud, and got Pimpton, Tre Nyce, and Organik to weigh in.
Spoiler: It's about a drum competition or something.
What does it say about a culture when it's considered "daring" to put a woman on a magazine cover without the pretense of sex?
A Dutch web designer who helps run a Kanye fansite got the surprise of his life when Kim Kardashian booked him a ticket to LA to attend her birthday brunch.
Two major FM radio stations focused on foreign language artists are facing closure and legislators mulling the introduction of a 25 percent quota for all music with non-Russian lyrics on the air.
We talked to convenience store owners to find out.
"Good girl" is the backhanded compliment of mansplaining womanhood.
In peacetime, Abdul Rahman Masri became one of Syria's most celebrated rappers. Now a refugee in Germany, he's determined to speak for his home nation's lost generation.
"Doing these acts of subversion against corporations is like shamanic violence—violence that is healing."
It was a semi-charmed afternoon.
Put aside your kneejerk reaction and do some math: Are we really expecting artists to love music that came out when they were in diapers?
Following the release of his debut book, the Blink-182 drummer talks with us about almost dying in a plane crash, loving his kids, and losing his best friend to an overdose.
Two legends discuss getting into metal, making instruments out of rubber bands, and carving logos into flesh.
This intimate look at Hudmo takes us back to his roots in Glasgow, where he celebrates his homecoming with a last minute trance and happy hardcore rave, and performs with Rustie and Jackmaster.
Our very scientific rating system has determined the order of all 74 Jock Jams.
Oh, and she's putting out a mixtape next week.