The Alabama rapper/producer/polymath set out to record a greatest hits album, and he may have done just that on his latest.
On the duo's debut album, the sew the intertwining histories of hip-hop, literature, and Black Chicagoland.
The Bay Area rapper is more than someone just thankful that you're fucking with him. He's here to stay.
The Awful Records alum talks about finding inspiration in the little things, her photography beginnings and the role family played in creating her new album 'I Know I'm Funny haha.'
Tampa duo Vonne and Andre inked a deal with Jagjaguwar after dropping '666 Central Ave.' Now they celebrate with their latest single "Faux Leather."
After a near five-year hiatus, Archibald Slim returns to lead us through the ups and downs of the realist philosophy.
'Nocturnal' was never meant for the casual rap fan, despite its later ubiquity on college radio. 25 years later, Anthony Malone revisits the classic with Dru-Ha and Rock.
The Techno Materialism activist attempts to re-establish the basis that club culture is both an Afro-diasporic innovation and an anti-capitalist movement created by people on the margins of society.
Ahead of his 'Still Campaignin’' album release, San Francisco rapper Lil Bean talks about love, loss, inspiration and gentrification.
On his latest project, cellist Christopher Hoffman lets the tape roll, letting his collaborators work out parts in real time.