The latest visual from Freetown Sound.
Sporting Life’s Slam Dunk Vol. III EP is due out November 4 on Letter Racer.
Featuring Bey, Nicki Minaj, Alicia Keys, Ms. Lauryn Hill, Blood Orange, and more.
Dev Hynes takes on a 1989 piece from the legendary composer.
Dev Hynes performs “Juicy 1-4” for Trevor Noah.
Nelly Furtado also made a cameo during with Dev Hynes’s set.
Dev Hynes paid tribute to victims of oppression and police brutality on the late-night show.
The event will be August 24 at The Ace Hotel.
The video will star Amandla Stenberg and will be shown alongside videos from Neon Indian and Mark Pritchard.
All of our favorite artists managed to keep it cute during one of the summer’s hottest weekends.
Dev Hynes’s third album as Blood Orange was made by and for the black and queer communities that are most under attack in today’s fractured world.
According to its photographer, Deana Lawson.
Tracks we love right now. In no particular order.
The musician goes deep about inspirations and New York City.