'Another Triumph Of Ghetto Engineering' is a reminder that participating in underground culture is an act of resistance in itself.
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.
OME is no stranger to the posse cut. On his latest, he maintains the continuity of playing well with others, writes Chris Daly.
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.
Will Schube speaks with Video Dave about his relationship with Open Mike Eagle, retiring from rap, and the freelance television industry.
Will Schube offers a few words on the newest session featuring the art-rap pioneer.
Will Schube offers some insight on the burgeoning cultural watershed moment.
In advance of the launch of "The New Negroes" on Comedy Central, Will Hagle explores the relationship between hip-hop and comedy.
Will Schube talks with Open Mike Eagle about Jeffrey Lewis, Chicago versus LA, and his new LP, 'Brick Body Kids Still Daydream.'