Lil B lectures on leadership and love, and fields questions from the nation's smartest young minds.
The king of EDM apparently listens to stuff in his @s.
What happens when a multibillion-dollar corporation decides to become a patron of independent music?
Did Beyoncé make the best video ever with an iPhone?
A controversial star pushes the boundaries of country—and some people's tolerance. Maybe that's not such a bad thing.
What does it mean to "become a man" in pop today?
The producer who fathered reggae 40 years ago talks new music, old studios, and negative influence.
The free new track sees the hitmaker sing in his familiar cyber voice to returning troops.
Why do we celebrate the ability to sing to a culturally acceptable standard over driving innovation in the pop industry?
A stunning confessional, no AutoTune.
Watch a new video from T-Pain where he gives voice to all the struggle rappers in the crowd.
Clocking in at just under three-minutes, the ballad makes up for its brevity by going long on real talk. It's surprisingly, and endearingly, honest.
T-Pain's firsts are as absurd as you'd imagine, and then some.
T-Pain previews new music and opens up about his past.
T-Pain continues his 2014 comeback with a totally refurbished version of DJ Mustard-produced hit Up Down, with verses from Lil Boosie, Kid Ink, and B.O.B.
Auto-Tune icon T-Pain is a reliable source of jams—here's a new one.