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!
...Def Jam confirmed it.
Hint: Working On Excellence
Badu says she "tried" listening to Banks; Banks says Badu is "jealous."
The dauntless Harlem rapper gets her first Playboy spread.
And he's very sorry.
"dumbest shit I've ever heard a black man say."
"As a white dude, as a white rapper, I'm like, how do I participate in this conversation in an authentic, genuine way?"
The house legend says he's grateful to Azealia Banks for starting a dialogue on an issue that affects more genres than hip-hop.
Your faves stepped up for Banks after Action Bronson got embroiled in the Azealia vs Azalea beef.
Two new interviews shed light on how hard it is to be a black woman in pop music, both on and off camera.
"There are many black artists succeeding in all genres. The reason you haven't is because of your piss poor attitude."
And in the process, she offered up a strong defense of women in the industry.