The RAP Act would limit prosecutors from using someone’s lyrics against them in court, a tactic that helped put Young Thug, Gunna, and hundreds of other defendants behind bars.
Unhinged behaviour is everywhere, and that includes screaming “mommy” mid-song and demanding musicians take a BeReal.
Though Alex Reid broke K-pop barriers at a breakneck pace, she reflects on the not-so-pretty aspects of being the odd woman out.
The Stockholm rapper played a sold-out show in Brixton on Tuesday night. Here's what everyone was wearing in the queue.
"Remastered" is a celebration of the comeback of Tony Hawk's Pro Skater and the evolution of its timeless soundtrack.
We check in with rising Gender Fluid Hyper-Pop star Dorian Electra and ask them to take us on a in depth tour of their one of a kind closet.
Kurt Vile and Courtney Barnett are a dream pairing, who very well may have one of the best albums of 2017 with the 'Lotta Sea Lice.' In this edition of Guitar Moves they meet up in the desert with Matt Sweeney to show him their style of shredding.
76-year-old Patricia Lay-Dorsey AKA Grandma Techno has been taking photos at Movement festival in Detroit since 2005. We talk with her about her new photo book and how today's dance music culture mirrors the ‘60s.
We met the musicians behind one of the biggest hits of the late 1990s to find out how a song that flopped when it came out wound up topping charts across the globe.
In an exclusive interview with VICE, Jae talks about his solo project, the problem with perfection, and finding himself again through music.
Bringing you our favorite new artists on the verge of blowing up, breaking ground, or otherwise worth giving a damn about.
According to women and former collaborators who spoke to VICE, and a new lawsuit, the EDM star abused his fame and power to build a complex web of secret and manipulative relationships.
We broke down the three most common types of contracts an artist might sign today, offering a window into how the “bad deal” isn’t an anomaly—it’s by design.
After a three-year fight for his freedom, the rapper was released last month. His lawyer explained what Drakeo's story says about our justice system.
She says 'Miss Anthropocene' is about making "climate change fun"—and she can't stop talking about her hopes for an AI-driven future. But she might just be playing with our perceptions.