Entries tagged with "Interviews"

Meet Cristela Rodriguez, Saba’s 22-Year-Old “Rap Mom”

By Mankaprr Conteh | one day ago
We spoke with the woman helping the Chicago phenom navigate the world of professional performing.

“I Came Home, I Stayed Home”: The Complete Story Behind GoldLink’s ‘At What Cost’

By Yoh | one day ago
How the album captures the essence of go-go, DC, life and death, as told by GoldLink and others close to the album’s creation.

This Is What Investing in an Album as an Indie Artist Really Looks Like

By Cassidy Kakin | 5 days ago
Brooklyn rapper Radamiz breaks down all of his expenses for his indie album 'Writeous'.

Beat Break: S1 Shares the Story Behind His 5 Biggest Songs

By Andy James | one week ago
The only thing better than S1's beats are the stories behind them.

Beat Break: Like of Pac Div Shares the Story Behind His 5 Biggest Songs

By Andy James | one week ago
Like talks about producing for Kendrick Lamar and Anderson .Paak, as well as Pac Div's upcoming album (yeah, you read that right).

Meet T.Y.E., a Dallas Newcomer Who Raps About Struggle But Isn’t a Struggle Rapper

By Brent Bradley | one week ago
T.Y.E’s exhilarating brand of hip-hop is about to turn heads on a national level.

“I’d Like to Get Out-Rapped by André 3000”: An Interview with Saba

By Kareem Sheikh | 2 weeks ago
The 22-year-old’s bucket list is steadily getting shorter.

NYC Rapper Marlon Craft Looks Like Nothing, Sounds Like Everything

By Brent Bradley | 3 weeks ago
A skinny, white rapper from Hell's Kitchen is ready to battle your preconceived perceptions.

Beat Break: Key Wane Shares the Story Behind His 5 Biggest Songs

By Andy James | 3 weeks ago
From Beyoncé's "Partition" to Big Sean's "Play No Games," Detroit producer KeY Wane breaks down five of his biggest songs.

A Day In the Life of a Struggle Rapper

By Cassidy Kakin | 4 weeks ago
"As an independent artist, the fear is the hardest part. If you can get past yourself, you can get past anything."
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