Though artists like Chase Rice, Chris Janson, and DaBaby are playing shows, an epidemiologist told VICE why that's a bad idea.
Power imbalances in the industry are often upheld by lack of regulation, allowing cases of sexual assault and racism to go unchecked – but tattooists are working to change the situation.
Artists who lost touring income are returning to their service industry jobs amid rising coronavirus cases. "Everybody is scared," one told VICE.
"There's a huge amount of pressure in the UK, and across the world to sound a particular way."
It seems not all members are as politically literate as once assumed, but for many who grew up in the 2000s, the band offered accessible primers on mass incarceration, police brutality and the war on drugs.
The authorities have used drugs as a pretext and justification for ultra-violence against Black people for over a century.
Now that the pandemic has made it unavoidably clear that they are not, in fact, just like us, can we go back to fame being fun again?
To combat the coronavirus pandemic, DIY makers and companies are scrambling to create open-source ventilators. Here's what they're up against.
While many entertainers are grappling with a loss of income, never in the modern history of the U.S. has the celebrity class been so bored.
Amid coronavirus, dance music mainstays like New York club Nowadays and the label Mad Decent are diving headlong into streaming.
VICE followed hearse drivers, mortuary staff, and healthcare workers in Indonesia for a week to understand the challenges they face.
University of Surrey researchers have figured out a new way to test for cocaine and yes, it works – we tried it.