Saul Williams

5.18.16

Body Paintings and Activist Art In the Arizona Desert

Artists Alexa Meade and Sanford Biggers Stun at FORM Arcosanti music festival.

5.16.16

We're Pretty Sure FORM Arcosanti Wasn't a Desert Hallucination Because These Pictures of It Rule

The third annual Hundred Waters-curated mini festival played host to jaw-dropping performances from Four Tet, D∆WN, Moses Sumney, Perfume Genius, and more.

3.25.16

We Meet Rapper Saul Williams on Today's Episode of 'Daily VICE'

Then we check out a photography project that recreates the dreams of South African trans sex workers and Broadly explains why the Cambodian tradition of building private "love huts" for girls may be coming to an end.

3.23.16

End Your Willful Disregard with Saul Williams' New Video for "Down For Some Ignorance"

Williams along with Rafe Scobey-Thal create a stark, contemplative video about today's conflicts.

3.17.16

The Inevitable Rise and Transcendence of Saul Williams

We spoke to Saul Williams about his new record 'MartyrLoserKing' and life itself.

2.22.16

Saul Williams Marches Through Ferguson in "The Noise Came from Here"

The wordsmith and performer visits local businesses alongside Ferguson poet Marcellus Buckley.

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2.19.16

Poets, Playwrights, and Pranksters: Expert Witness with Robert Christgau

The Dean reviews the 'Hamilton' original cast recording along with the latest from Saul Williams and Kool A.D. and Kassa Overall.

9.17.15

PREMIERE: Savor the Last Days of Summer with Tone of Arc's "Hunter Doe"

The standalone single arrives ahead of their set at this weekend's Symbiosis Gathering in Oakdale, California.

6.9.15

Watch Saul Williams's Intense New Music Video

"Burundi" features one of the masters of slam poetry at the top of his game.

12.10.14

Inside New Zealand's Synthetic Drug Scene

"The pioneers of drug use were looking for a particular experience, and they found it after a journey. Now you just get the destination and miss the journey."

7.17.14

'Holler if Ya Hear Me' Is a Buzzfeed Listicle on Broadway

Promotional materials for the Broadway musical Holler if Ya Hear Me declare that it is “inspired by the work of Tupac Shakur.” This is not accurate. Holler is not Tupac’s work come to life; it is his work stuffed in a museum. It is TUPAC...

6.25.14

Saul Williams: Ambitions as a Writer

The accomplished actor, rapper, and poet talks about his starring role in the Tupac musical 'Holler if Ya Hear Me.'