Celebrities, politicians, and pop stars gathered in Montreal on the first anniversary of Cohen's death, giving the icon the public memorial he—and we—deserved.
"If [politicians] could learn to improvise over a blues, or a 'montuno', they could take that into their own world."
"What I've found so far on a musical level is new ways to approach rhythm, melody, and improvisation. You never really finish finding yourself... it's a constant journey."
We premiere the track "End of Corporatism" and talk to him about what it's like to actually be living in a sci-fi novel.
Montreal musicians and writers pulled from Cohen's vast catalogue of work to celebrate his imperfectly perfect life.
Representing 35 countries, the festival was a masterclass in showcasing some of the best international artists.
Lauryn Hill, Bilal, Kamasi Washington, and more played the fest's 37th edition.
The hip hop and reggae artist talks about his new record 'The Brasil Sessions' and why raising disenfranchised youths on art is important.
A stay in Haiti with Richard Morse.