Max Bell speaks with the diaristic rapper about writing his first rhyme at the end of the 20th Century and the grief which inspired his newest album 'lo&behold'.
Taylor Crumpton speaks with the North Dallas rapper about a conversation with his father that made him pursue rap seriously and being referred to as his generation's Boosie.
TE P. speaks to the Detroit rap legend about the legacy of his hometown, the subjectivity of success, and the power of brotherhood.
Miguelito spends some time with the Detroit rapper and chats about his favorite food in the city and the best songs he's written.
Steven Louis speaks with the rising Sacramento rapper about California’s criminal justice system, directing his own music videos and growing up with a single mother.
Jayson Buford discusses life and death, gentrification, and the mentality needed to survive with one of the Bay's best young rappers.
Joel Biswas speaks to members Malcolm Catto and Jake Ferguson about being self-taught, their first meeting with Madlib, and more.
A conversation with the Los Angeles musician roots in Leimert Park, Pharoah Sanders and Alice Coltrane, and being a part of the Pan Afrikan Peoples Arkestra.
Brandon Callender speaks with the Nashville rapper about chicken and country, his roots in the church, and the long road to "Journey"
TE P. speaks with the Memphis rapper about his family (including cousin Young Dolph) and what it's like where he's from.