Brandon Callender speaks to the rising PG County star about once not cursing in his raps, his Nigerian heritage, and his Naruto fandom.
Pete Tosiello speaks to the D.C. MC about working with projects with one producer and customizing Nissan Z-series models.
Daniel White speaks to the D.C. artist about Guy, Go-Go music, and his new project 25 Minutes.
Josh Ramos speaks to the rising New York MC about how his music is inspired and informed by his mother, visiting Kenya, and getting a degree in civil engineering.
Brendan Higgins speaks to the rising Queens rapper about his crew Yellow Tape Boys, starting to blow up in New York, and not taking the subway.
Zilla Rocca has a conversation with the veteran producers about stoking competition between Poetic and RZA during the Gravediggaz sessions and scoring the documentary series 'Who Killed Malcolm X.'
Will Schube speaks to the Chicago-bred drill artist about being in jail when Chief Keef blew up and trying to make enough money to retire from rap.
Peter Holsin speaks with the founder of the San Diego collective about its origins in crate-digging and being "the Voltron Head" of his crew.
Jack Riedy speaks to the South Side Chicago duo about the Gr8Thinkaz collective and the changes they've been writing about in their music.
Will Schube speaks to the Los Angeles rap experimentalist about ancient spirituality, listening to more jazz as a kid, and the psychedelic influence on his new album BLQLYTE.