May all your dreams of cooking fettuccine in your underwear come true at long last.
After releasing a shitload of projects this year—including not only one, but two 100-track mixtapes—the rapper has released a novel called 'OK.' Read an excerpt here.
The whole thing starts at 7 PM at the Standard. Entry is free, and a portion of Kool A.D.'s debut novel sales will go to Planned Parenthood.
A group of professional music journalists are here to help you process the news.
It's not quite the album we were expecting, but literal years and countless pieces of wood later, we have something from Frank Ocean.
The former Das Racist MC shares a VHS-inspired video that will make you listen to his 100-song mixtape.
It's for the soundtrack of HBO's 'Vinyl.'
Her new album 'Joyride' is on the way.
"I love music. I’m pregnant by it. I’m having apelets. And I’m gonna love my babies."
The mixtape, 'O.K.,' serves as a soundtrack to his forthcoming novel of the same name.
The Atlanta rapper is unbothered on his group's newest song.
So you and your pimply band mates have decided it's time to take your recordings, slap 'em on some vinyl, and let the world hear what you're made of. But how can you be sure that anyone will actually listen?