On 'Who Sold My Soul?' the collaborative partners escaped to Lisbon and tapped back into joy of creation.
At the 30-year anniversary of the classic album, 'A Wolf In Sheep’s Clothing,' Dres speaks with POW about his roller coaster ride of a life and the brilliant but short-lived Black Sheep duo.
Ahead of the Hot 97 host's debut album, Rosenberg shares the early projects that influenced his own legendary curation skills.
Jayson Buford chats with the rising Florida rapper who was quick to become a full-fledged regional force after dropping his new project 'Thru Da Door.'
Oumar Saleh catches up with the Norwegian producer about his love for jazz, expanding his influences through sampling, his aversion to the 'lo-fi' label and more.
On '1176,' Guapdad tackles the loss of his childhood home to gentrification, battling quarantine exhaustion and letting the song cry with nostalgia for his family’s chicken adobo.
Son Raw hopped on a Zoom call with the three podcasters of a certain age to talk about the current music landscape, aging gracefully in hip-hop and more.
Nate LeBlanc talks to the composer and professor about working with the SETI program in the search for extraterrestrial intelligence.
The Oakland legend talks about his long career, 2Pac, “I Got 5 On It” and the other music icon in his family, father Bootsy Collins.
After the tragic passing of his daughter, rising Watts rapper TruCarr poured his soul into his music. On 'Based on a TRU Story' he finds his voice.