The controversial Brooklyn rapper could be free as early as January, with rumored plans to bypass witness protection and return to music.
From Lana Del Rey to Lorde and the current queen of the teens, what does it mean that pop feels more downbeat than a decade ago?
Grimes is one of a few artists to speak on the issue. What more can the music industry do to help reverse this global catastrophe?
From Kanye West and Kendrick Lamar all the way back to Bowie and Prince, when a musician changes their look it often signals a new project.
'Leaving Neverland' and other recent documentaries are trying to tell a story about survivors, not about whose art you choose to engage with.
The 'New York Times Magazine''s failure to recognise Spanish language hip-hop and pop in its "25 Songs That Matter" feature underscores the media's misunderstanding of a major movement.
Meaningful representation will only come when Black Brits can tell their own stories, as he did with his powerful “Black” video last week.
Busted? The Specials? The Greatest Showman? What is going on?
Stop providing outdated print-outs on ‘sexual intercourse’. Schools should screen the well-curated and educational Netflix show instead.
Am I the only one who was like 'I cannot keep up with all these projects coming out right at the end of the year, the fuck?' No? Good.
While everyone gets their jokes off, the supposedly British rapper is set to be deported and separated from his children.
This week they released the 'Teal Album', covering TLC, a-ha and more – and of course, some hate it. But isn't their kookiness their charm?