Five must-hear albums, available on Audiomack.
Here are five must-hear albums on Audiomack.
By learning to let life slow down, things are falling into place for alt-pop artist Davy Boi.
Rap’s adaptability makes it perfectly suited to the online experience in 2020.
If you’ve ever wondered how an artist can be in debt while the record company is still making money, the answer lies in recoupment and cross-collateralization.
We break down the secrecy behind J. Cole’s “Snow on tha Bluff,” and the controversy with Noname.
Consider this piece less of an investigation and more of a candid observation
Both had breakout mixtapes, underwhelming debuts, and career-defining sophomore albums. Their careers couldn’t be more different.
We asked two experts to break down the future of live performance in light of COVID-19.
Rest in infinite power, Groggs.
Marlowe, JWords, RaFia, and Yui & Aio make up our lo-fi rap snack pack for the week beginning July 6, 2020.
The late Brooklyn rapper’s posthumous debut is a statement piece.
“You have to find a voice in it.”
“Close to You” is no simple interlude; it is a calling out into the void for ease.
Despite the formidable challenges, hip-hop’s second home, France, made a typically impressive account for itself in the second quarter of 2020.
JPEGMAFIA, MIKE, Black Noi$e, and Drew Dave make up our lo-fi rap snack pack for the week beginning June 29, 2020.
“Until we dismantle capitalism, the music industry will continue to promote reprehensible acts in the name of a dollar.”
“Beach Chair” was the moment JAY-Z finally let go of his youth, marking his journey into the philosophical elder statesman we celebrate today.