This way for a slice of hip-hop that is more heartwarming than new-born kittens chasing balls of wool.
Get God on the phone!
As Boogie, featured in Noisey Bompton, prepares his upcoming album 'Thirst 48 Part 2,' we sit down to talk about religion and his home city.
Disses toward Drake and Jay Electronica, guest features, and LeBron James. Here's everything we know about Kendrick Lamar's surprise release.
Its release was apparently prompted by LeBron James, and all the songs are untitled and dated.
The rapper discusses his friends G. Weed and Lil L, and he explains the role music can play in a community like Compton.
From religion to mass incarceration, we follow Kendrick Lamar and step inside the complicated world of Compton.
Kendrick and Cube shine bright on "Ain't That Funkin Hard on You?"
How do you create a show that scores cultural-relevancy points yet also honors those musicians who helped lay the groundwork for the form?
From Album of the Year to Best Opera Recording, here's who's cleaning up at the GRAMMYs.
"Ain't nobody safe no more."
Two keys in 24 hours!