We did a little digging and found some killer, 90s-era footage of The Notorious B.I.G. freestyling about things other than a soda company.
We broke down the three most common types of contracts an artist might sign today, offering a window into how the “bad deal” isn’t an anomaly—it’s by design.
The kind of egregious exploitation Richard faced in the 1950s might seem unthinkable today. But for many Black artists, not much has changed.
After videos surfaced of Wallen partying in an Alabama bar without a mask, the show axed him for violating its COVID-19 protocols.
Travis Scott and J Balvin's "signature meals" have been great PR, dwarfing the news that McDonald's is facing two major racial discrimination lawsuits.
Without Christopher Guest's mockumentary, released 20 years ago this week, shows like 'The Office' and 'Parks and Rec' may never have been made.
According to an entertainment lawyer who reviewed West's contracts for VICE, Kanye has a record deal that most artists would "kill for."
HBO's docuseries 'The Vow' makes clear that NXIVM was filled with Hollywood types—but why was the cult so good at recruiting them?
The pandemic has left musicians who perform underground without a place to do what they love—and, in turn, without a sense of purpose.
Luxury travel agents told us just how opulent—and expensive—their ultra high-profile clients' trips have been during the pandemic.
VICE spoke to Sharon Van Etten, Lianne La Havas, Kevin Morby, and others about how isolation has influenced their creative process.
“It's an outrageous asking price. That's on par—or even more expensive—than oceanfront, prime Malibu. Where? How? Why?"