Rappers Like Megan Thee Stallion Are Writing a New Feminist Canon
Their lyrics offer unique perspectives on womanhood in an era where new generations are remaking the rules.
Princess Nokia’s NYT Interview Is Art, So We Turned It Into a Poem
"Matthew McConaughey on a beach in a hammock on a quaalude."
Ariana Grande's 2 Chainz-Featuring "7 Rings" Remix Squashes Some Pre-Beef
There's even a pink trap house on the cover art, just so everyone knows they're cool.
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Princess Nokia Has a 'Spark Up and Spa' Day in Her New Video
“For the Night” unfolds like a beautiful, chill lesson in self care.
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The Latinx Presence at Coachella Was Bigger Than Ever
At this year’s festival, we photographed performers like Cardi B and Miguel and their adoring fans.
We Made Actual Emos Review Princess Nokia's Emo-Inspired Mixtape
The versatile New York rapper put out 'A Girl Cried Red' last Friday, so we got some ex-diehards to chat about it.
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Stream of the Crop: 13 New Albums for Heavy Rotation
In this week's roundup of essential new projects: Young Thug surprises us (again) alongside Nicki Minaj, 21 Savage, and Lil Uzi Vert, Tinashe (finally) returns with her third LP, and War on Women pick apart America's bullshit.
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What's The Worst Soup To Have Thrown At You?
As Princess Nokia and J.R. Smith have demonstrated, when the soup's flying 'round you best get to lying down.
Expert Witness with Robert Christgau
Robert Christgau on Hip-Hop's Most Complete New Yorker Since Heems (or Nas)
The Dean of American Rock Critics reviews Princess Nokia's '1992 Deluxe,' Sheer Mag's 'Need to Feel Your Love,' and Margo Price's 'All American Made.'
Enjoy This Glorious Footage of Princess Nokia Throwing Hot Soup at a Racist
It's pretty delicious.
Princess Nokia and the Art of Doing What You Want
The New York rapper is a mainstay of the New York underground. Now she looks to what's next.
Princess Nokia Is Effortlessly Fly in Her "G.O.A.T." Video
It's the New York rapper's first release under Rough Trade Records.