Matthew Ritchie speaks to the Chicago comedian/rapper/actor about his new Eshu Tune venture, what made him want to commit fully to rap while leaving comedy on the backburner and more.
Matthew Ritchie speaks with the Richmond, Va. jazz legend about his ‘Jazz Is Dead’ album with Ali Shaheed Muhammad and Adrian Younge, his philosophies on music and its healing power, and more.
Matthew Ritchie speaks to the Detroit rapper about his albums ‘Mr. Ten08’ and ‘Fair Exchange No Robbery,’ the importance of knowing your own worth, and treating his art like it’s poetry.
Matthew Ritchie speaks to the Chicago-raised rapper/producer/comedian about exiting a deeply vulnerable era of creativity with his new project, the difficulty in defining art rap and much more.
Matthew Ritchie speaks to pianist Alain Mion about founding the jazz band Cortex, hating the idea of being taught, learning to love music, and more.
Matthew Ritchie speaks to the Atlanta rapper/producer about pulling off the sequel to ‘Young Hot Ebony’, returning to his roots, and taking care of himself in the face of exterior pressure.
Matthew Ritchie speaks to CEO Trayle about coping with trauma, the cons of going viral, his son's impact on his life and more.
In their latest attempt to prove that no production style is too foreign for their voices, Tony Shhnow and Zelooperz embark on a rap K-Ci & JoJo impression.
The Alabama rapper/producer/polymath set out to record a greatest hits album, and he may have done just that on his latest.