“Being 100 percent open to your audience, that will help you cross over.”
“I’m looking for artists who know what they want, who are confident and are hard-working.”
“I had nothing for a long time. To have a career that’s lasted over ten years... A lot of kids don’t even get to have hindsight.”
Meet Kimberly “Kaydence” Krysuik, a 28-year-old singer-songwriter who turned a cold text message into a studio session with her idol.
“I’ve been too busy to really be sad.”
“I don’t know people from Albania… But they are listening to my music right now!”
“This album is my ‘Illmatic.’”
“You’ve just gotta take that first step onto the stage and after that, it’s like skydiving.”
An interview with the 25-year-old New Jersey rapper about her new album, ‘Signs.’
“I’m just a girl from Queens who turned my talents into a worldwide movement that entertains people.”
The Pivot Gang rapper talks representing his neighborhood and honoring his deceased friend John Walt on his new project.
“I want you to hear me.”
“I know what I’m doing is subversive.”
“In total it was 97 writers, including the sample writers.”
The Bay Area rapper’s latest, ‘Father Figure 3: Somewhere Out There,’ shines with wisdom and wit.
“I’m trying to spend time with myself, and enjoy life. Because when you’re a manager, you have no life.”