In an exclusive interview with VICE, Jae talks about his solo project, the problem with perfection, and finding himself again through music.
The Atlanta singer chatted with VICE about her latest project ‘Ry Ry World’ and how heartbreak often feels like death.
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.
The Bay Area native silenced her heartbreak for a long time. On 'Muses,' she's letting it go.
“I was just so excited to see this new response to my song and also a reinterpretation of it—and something that made it feel extra alive," Natasha Bedingfield told VICE.
The Slip-N-Slide legend explains the legacy of South Florida rap and offers a guide to the state’s burgeoning rap scene.
Carlton spoke with VICE about writing the iconic hit, and the importance of releasing her new music on her own terms.
Life on parole has been difficult for rappers after incarceration. Their celebrity status only highlights the inequities in an unjust system.
A conversation with Colin Tilley about how "WAP" and "Cry Baby" signal the return of maximalist music videos.