The new Seattle Sub Pop rapper talks the death of his father, the accidental murder of his brother, and being discovered by Ishmael Butler of Shabazz Palaces.
TeeFLii connects with Evan Nabavian to talk about L.A. Reid and Sha-Money, becoming a father and much more.
Get to know our history through a current lens, thanks to Daveed Diggs's new starring role at the Public Theater in "Hamilton."
Saba catches up with Max Bell about growing up on the edge of the 'hood and the 'burbs, how he got started in rap, and about learning to play the piano with "Mary Had a Little Lamb."
The Seattle Afro-Futurists talk to Aaron Frank before they drop their new album and head on tour with Sleater-Kinney
From the beginning of the bop scene, to securing a deal with A$AP Rocky's label, Sicko Mobb are capitalizing on the diverse hotbed of Chicago's fertile soil.
Buddha Monk was the right hand man of the most unpredictable and charismatic rappers of all time. His new book "The Dirty Version" is his official account of a life spent alongside Ol' Dirty Bastard.
From recording prank phonecalls to collaborating with Ras_G, The Koreatown Oddity talks Backwoods, ice scultpting, and Gangsta Nip with Sweeney Kovar.
Son Raw talks to Melbourne's Air Max '97, repping the Tropical Waste Crew, synthesizing club and bass in singular ways.
Early in 2012, A$AP Yams told the story of his rise in a never-published interview. In the wake of his untimely passing, it's presented here in full.