We nominate "Family Business" as the official song of Thanksgiving.
Drama, let's make this happen.
“Not only did he change my life by the music he made, but he changed my life as a person.”
Winter rap perfection, as showcased by Mobb Deep, GZA, Ka, and Armand Hammer.
With Tyler making songs for 'The Grinch,' here are five other rappers who need to be soundtracking children's films.
As a man of many skills, the Pro Era artist is his own life raft on his sophomore solo album.
“When I realized it was gonna go to Eminem was the morning that MGK dropped ‘Rap Devil.’”
"I don’t really reach out, it has to be organic."
From The Wu-Tang Clan to Vince Staples, the radio skit has long held a special place in hip-hop history.
Somewhere between our discussion of acrylic nails and superheroes, 47’s natural wisdom quietly fountained out of her.
“I didn’t think that my diary was the same as somebody else’s.”
The music industry will swallow you whole.
“I would say my best music lives in the mixtapes.”
'The Black Album' was meant to be a once-in-a-career album.
The 'Hood Favorite' talks his new project, New York's current hip-hop landscape, and writing vs. freestyling.
“When you stream that motherfucker once, you stream it again.”
Brent Faiyaz's GRAMMY campaign is bucking the establishment to speak directly to a younger audience.
An advance is a loan, it is not free money for being talented.
"The music world moves 200 miles per hour. Four months by today’s standard is like a year.”
From cult living to giving Frank Ocean a run for his money.
“I wanna share a quick but very special story about his influence on me..."
Kid Cudi's right-hand man on the making of "Day 'n' Nite," "Reborn" and more.
"No one taught him anything. It was just his idea."
We take a look back on the classic '36 Chambers,' 25 years after its release.
Emotional tricks are a touch more striking because they are a touch more human.
Is this the album Lil Peep would have wanted to put out?
“When everything died down, I lost connection with my fans.”
“We are a step in the right direction for you to do what you love.”
“I don't really have an option to put out some shit that I don't fuck with.”
"That's why it's gonna be so great, because it was really slow-cooked."
"This industry will break an artist down."
"THE(!!) COLLABORATIVE PROJECT OF THE YEAR, OR MAYBE OF OUR GENERATION."
‘Blue Slide Park’ is an ode to youth, but also a cautionary tale.
"You’re coming into a fold of Kendrick, ScHoolboy, SZA, Jay Rock..."
Few things are as incredible as the high of a well-received debut. But what happens when the hype dies down?
“I don't think anyone coming out now is a SoundCloud rapper.”