The seven-man Queens group is getting ready to put out ‘New Lows,’ a long-awaited debut loosely inspired by Elvis Guesthouse. But it almost didn’t happen.
After 22 years and with the help of collaborators Qbert and Dan the Automator, Kool Keith has again donned the Dr. Octagon persona for a new album.
The prolific rapper and producer plays favorites with the releases he's done as Milo and his alter-ego Scallops Hotel.
In advance of 'Everything's Fine,' his new collaboration with his fiancé, Jean Grae, the Detroit MC looks back on his six solo albums.
On the release of his new album, 'RR2: The Bitter Dose,' the New York rapper discusses his grimy production style and working with everyone from Action Bronson to Q-Tip.
Richard Ross travelled from New York to New Orleans in 1998 to photograph Lil Wayne, B.G., Juvenile, and Turk, just as Cash Money exploded. We speak with him about the experience, almost 20 years on.
We speak with Tone Tank, Kool AD, and Scott Thorough about their Kwanzaa-referencing, Bible-skewing masterpiece, released five years ago this Christmas.
Habibi Funk's new compilation pulls together soulful, jazzy music from Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Egypt, Sudan, and more. It's even more vibrant than you might expect.
Welcome to the world of the cult underground rapper from Brooklyn whose other is a special effects artist on horror flicks.
We're premiering the video for "Hasashin" off their new collaborative project, 'Gems from the Equinox,' which is out today.