“I am still learning about Mac, learning about what his last moments were. I guess that is why I am crying.”
“‘IGOR’ was not a rap album if you ask me.”
“Latin music is peaking, which necessitates a new responsibility for its leading practitioners.”
There’s a blithe energy to “Nature Feels,” speaking for all of ‘nostalgia, ULTRA..’
“If only Eminem cared more about making the best music and not being the best rapper.”
Mac Miller’s sixth studio album, ‘Circles,’ is the moment he comes into himself as a man, as Malcolm.
“Jesus Christ, don’t break my heart.”
Death Row Records is The Weinstein Company.
The city of light appears destined to be at the forefront of non-English language rap’s long overdue globalisation in the 2020s.
There’s no better example of a history-making career-artist than Beyoncé.
“Dust” is focused on appraising the past as a means of heading off into the future.
“I reflected on my own previous romantic heartbreak and tried to put together sounds that reminded me of loss and rage and reflection.”
On the tenth anniversary of ‘Bastard,’ we break down “VCR Wheels,” the song that has defined Tyler, The Creator’s search for love.
From Tyler, The Creator to Mac Miller, these are our favorite songs of 2019.
One day, soon, I promise you, we’ll wake up inside a virtual reality version of a new Beyoncé album. Nothing will ever be the same.
From Odd Future to A$AP Mob to 88Rising, we look back at the best rap collectives the internet birthed over the past decade.
From Baby Keem to Yung Baby Tate, these artists will be making waves in 2020.
Kali Uchis’ three major releases of 2019 tell a cohesive and easy-to-root-for story.
“Writing this album was my grief-counseling and therapy.”
From Young Thug to DaBaby, these are the best three-song runs of 2019.
Things done changed.
‘WWCD’ is pure hip-hop essence, bottled and sold to the eager streamer.