The New York band fuse the indigenous art of storytelling with musical styles from Latin America and the Caribbean.
The veteran reggae artist talks working with Jay Z and explains how fatherhood impacted the sound of his first solo album in 12 years.
The legendary reggae artist opens up about being a pioneering woman in her genre and her now-won legal battle surrounding the rights to her breakout international hit “Bam Bam.”
Tracks we love right now. In no particular order.
The album features Beyoncé, Jay Z, Chance the Rapper, Rihanna, Migos, Travis Scott, Gucci Mane, and many, many more.
"A conscious step towards movement and action.”
And it rules.
Take a thrilling trip through brash Brazilian hip-hop, bubblegum American pop, and the sound of a thousand dance floors vibrating at once.
Drake and the Chainsmokers had a big night.
The new song comes with an animated video.