Music

Pi Day

Musician Creates a Million-Hour Song Based on the Number Pi

Jam for 114 years to celebrate π day.
DJ Pangburn
4 days ago
South Korea

K-Pop’s Squeaky Clean Image Tarnished by Recent Sex Scandals Involving Its Biggest Stars

The multi-billion industry has a serious problem of sexual misconduct and abuse of power.
Mustika Hapsoro
3.13.19
Music

Metal Band Performance Cancelled in Singapore for ‘Denigrating Religions’

If Watain got cancelled for 'denigrating religions' and 'promoting violence,' will Maroon 5 be cancelled in the future for promoting diabetes?
Edoardo Liotta
3.11.19
#metoo

These Women in the Indie Music Industry Are Pushing #MeToo From a Moment to a Movement

We speak with musicians and companies becoming the change they want to see.
Diya Gupta
3.8.19
Art

This Public Art Festival Is Reclaiming the Indian Streets

St+art India, which has been transforming public spaces since 2012, is back with its latest edition in New Delhi.
Pallavi Pundir
3.1.19
video

The Rise of Trap in Southwest China: Chongqing

Welcome to Chongqing, where the beats flow like the Yangtze River.
VICE Staff
3.1.19
Music

Taipei's Hip-Hop Scene Emerges From the Underground

See photos of the young rappers, DJs, and artists, who make up the stylish community in Taiwan.
Amira Rasool
2.28.19
Music

The Many Mutations of New Zealand's Connan Mockasin

The artist's latest project made him nervous, so knew he was onto something.
Matthew McAuley
2.28.19
video

The Rise of Trap in Southwest China: Chengdu

Welcome to Chengdu in Sichuan province, where the hip-hop is hotter than its food.
VICE Staff
2.28.19
Music

This Indonesian Province Banned Songs of Pop Stars for ‘Pornographic’ Lyrics

If you are living in West Java, you will need to wait until 10 pm to get a chance to listen to Ariana Grande and Ed Sheeran on the radio
Edoardo Liotta
2.27.19
Sex-Rated: The VICE Guide to Sex

Is Bappi Lahiri the Indian Marvin Gaye?

His music defined “sexy time” in the '80s and '90s, and tuned us into the unique concept of 'jawani', a loose notion of what it means to be young and horny. And the magic infects millennials too.
Sharanya S
2.27.19
Music

Here's What Hip-Hop Looks Like in One of the World's Poorest Countries

In Nepal, grassroots rap battles and free song releases on YouTube are how rappers get heard – and they have a lot to say.
Arun Budhathoki
2.26.19
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