The New Orleans hip-hop legend told VICE why he felt a responsibility to turn “Back That Azz Up” into a new message for pandemic times.
A 14-year-old and 12-year-old had just escaped a children’s group home in Florida when they stumbled upon the weapons cache.
“The excessive use of restraints and the lack of concern for Cornelius’ life draw an eerily similar comparison to that of George Floyd’s death.”
Just to be clear: Yes, Steyer paid Juvenile to perform. “Go out there and vote! Back that thing up and vote!"
A rugby team of correction house inmates, former beggars, school dropouts and slum dwellers has found its place in a sport few care about in India.
"Nice for What" is the latest in Aubrey borrowing from the long-running Louisiana sound of Big Freedia and others.
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.
In the video for "We on Fire," B.G. actually caught on fire.