We hopped on the phone with the electronic music pioneer ahead of his new album, Syro.
The Montreal-based producer embraces the surreal for in a clip for her drop-heavy collaboration with Blood Diamonds.
Memories of a Zulu cleansing ceremony form the basis of the song's compelling video.
The OutKast star got schooled by the Purple One on how to make the fans happy.
Once an outsider in the underground scene, Adam Bainbridge finds a whole new community of collaborators.
As part of our Sell Off series, the Major Lazer megastar talks his love of dancehall and how his first trip to Jamaica didn't quite go as planned.
Chef Roger Mooking schools us on how to make Trini chicken from his forthcoming book, Everyday Exotic: The Cookbook
The queen of dancehall on masturbation, Macka Diamond and long-awaited new album Alter Ego.
An interview with Kahlil Joseph in advance of his short film based on good kid, m.A.A.d. city
Hitta J3 collects L.A.'s biggest names for a remix of his regional dance hit.
Director Khalil Joseph was commissioned to direct a 14-minute short inspired by Kendrick Lamar's debut album, good kid m.A.A.d city.
Listen to another A-list collab from the Atlanta record producer.
Friday Night, Kendrick Lamar and Alicia Keys performed their collaborative single “It’s On Again,” from The Amazing Spider-Man 2 soundtrack, on The Tonight Show.
A new 15-minute video discussing Illmatic and its legacy.
Kendrick Lamar joins Alicia Keys over a Pharrell beat on the latest track from The Amazing Spider-Man 2 soundtrack.
YG and Kendrick Lamar open up about why they "Really Be (Smokin N Drinkin)" on the latest cut off YG's My Krazy Life.
Speaking with Billboard, TDE's CEO promised a whole host of TDE albums– including a new one from Kendrick.
Kendrick Lamar delivered "M.A.A.D. City" and "Bitch, Don't Kill My Vibe" at Saturday night's NBA All-Star Game.
"You robbed everybody. We all need text messages!"
The 23-year-old street dancer from Soweto is disproving that notion of a "normal" career and cultivating a style that's unmistakably her own.
"He went out there and hustled and grinded. Everything happens for a reason' the universe comes back around, that's how it go," said a very zen Lamar in his first post-Grammys interview.
We take a look at the Grammy's outfits and hand out superlatives for the best looks in their fields.