We celebrate the queen of soul, and the impact she had on our music and culture.
The iconic musician embodied the trials and tribulations that all black women could relate to, and provided the blueprint to alleviate them.
The Queen of Soul, whose career spanned six decades, died on Thursday morning.
The idiosyncratic, existential soul artist warmed up with "Rimshot" before stretching out a remarkable, 12-minute "Green Eyes."
We're premiering the stunning new video for "Native Tongue," a glitchy Joelistics-produced cut that rages against Australia's colonial project.
Hear the East Texas native's 'Have Mercy' EP now.
The DMV rapper played four songs on his Tiny Desk debut, highlighting the R&B influences that have underpinned every project he's released.
The Torontonian singer's lush neo-soul thrives in NPR's unplugged settings.
Syd, Steve Lacy and co. have also announced a new album, 'Hive Mind,' out July 20.
The fourth single from Jorja Smith's debut 'Lost & Found' is another winner.
The full album and film are now available to stream and watch.
The Los Angeles band's first single since 2015 features guitarist Steve Lacy on vocals, and it's really damn good.