Like No Country For Old Men soundtracked by PJ Harvey.
The electronic pioneers prank the 'net.
Taking shits, beating up on fans, and comparing bellies—all in a day's work for Bam Bam.
FADER TV joins the UK MC on his grind to take grime global.
Kind of a lot, tbh.
Let the Chappelle Show jokes commence.
The most promising group in music makes a mix of R&B, electronic, rock, and pop. They're going to be beloved by fans of all four.
The Diplomats reunite, again!
Hint: Working On Excellence
...Def Jam confirmed it.
Kendrick Lamar hops on Jeezy's "Holy Ghost" as his latest album, "Seen It All," was just released.
This semester, a professor at Georgia Regents University will teach an English course inspired by Lamar's highly-praised good kid, m.a.a.d. city.
Album is apparently called [Untitled].
First Cookie, now Micheal Jackson's kid. Who will be next to hear the new album?
Kendrick Lamar requested a video for "i," but then decided it was off-brand.
Beyoncé, Pharrell, and Kendrick Lamar have all recently used their music to express collective pain. We needed that.
Assassin tells us the backstory to his explosive collab with Kendrick Lamar.
Pulitzer Prize author Michael Chabon hones in on the devastating final bars.
Hear "The Blacker The Berry" now.
See you in London.
D'Angelo's Black Messiah reminds us that political music needs to ask questions
The verse is old, but the issue's as pertinent as ever.
"dumbest shit I've ever heard a black man say."