Yousef Srour speaks with the Southern California rapper about psychedelics, running the streets as a young man, being influenced by the blues, Lil B's curse on James Harden, and more.
David Brake speaks to the art-rap innovator about writing intimately personal music, being in therapy on 9/11, and whether or not rap serves as escapism for him.
Jayson Buford speaks with the thoughtful and funny Chicago rapper about his former comedic aspirations, how many albums he's working on at any given moment, Chicago in the summertime, and more.
Brendan Verrastro speaks with the rising St. Louis rapper and label chief about moving to Atlanta, why his hometown isn't yet regarded as a hip-hop hotbed, and more.
Chris Daly speaks to the most experimental of experimental artists. For reasons of basic human decency, we have chosen not to summarize what this (hysterical) interview is about.
Mano Sundaresan speaks to the enigmatic Richmond rapper/producer about viewing his music as time capsules, collaborating with Wifigawd, Soulja Boy being an influence, and more.
Julian Brimmers speaks with the UK upstart about his run so far, and his unique perspective on pressure, fame and success.
Will Schube speaks with one-half of DJDS about the origin of the word abracadabra, trusting the process when working with Kanye West, and more.
Jake Rohn speaks to the Compton legend about staying consistent, the early days of his city's rap scene, and listening to more jazz.
Will Schube speaks with Stone about his hometown, his musical tastes not being confined to rap music, and more.