Eric Sundermann is Noisey's editor-in-chief. His work has appeared in VICE, The Village Voice, New York, and more.
Det er onsdag, my dudes!
Det var en 100 procent surrealistisk oplevelse at være med til premieren på 'ye' efter rapperens rodede tid op til udgivelsen.
Med 'American Utopia' vender den legendariske musiker tilbage med en soloplade efter 14 års tavshed. Vi har talt med ham om Trump, New York, hvad han frygter, og hvordan man bevarer optimismen.
We sit down with the Long Beach rapper to talk his new EP 'Prima Donna,' the dumb nature of rap beefs, why everything is corny, the internet, art, and a whole lot more.
The Summer Sixteen tour is basically a Taylor Swift Concert.
I don't think I knew what Chicago really sounded like until I heard this song.
It's crazy how this is really about to be the best album of all time.
We attended the final night of 'The River' tour, and there's no other way to put it: The Boss demonstrated why he's one of the greatest of all time.
It's called 'Negroni Tails.'
Sometimes, life is beautiful.
The 6 God did 6 songs.
We talked to the legend about his new project scoring "Love Mojis" with Skype, working with Kanye West, and the process of writing a song.