A spirit-lifting first taste of Surf, from Donnie Trumpet and his band.
Get a personal tour of French Montana’s suburban NYC home in the latest iteration of At Home With.
"My words are like aimless shapes and figures at this time. Trying to find a place to go, something to hold on to, to make 'sense' of this all."
Lil B lectures on leadership and love, and fields questions from the nation's smartest young minds.
"You motherfuckers got me today, but you motherfuckers will not own tomorrow."
The London-based producer comes correct on his debut release, marrying THC-infused sonic dripping with a lovely sun-drenched vibe.
The best argument isn't always the tidiest.
Sir Michael Rocks breaks it down in four easy steps.
The avant-garde artist and Dais Records are giving Burroughs' out-of-print sound experiments a second life.
French Montana's shares a playlist full of Biggie, Young Jeezy, Max B and more for Sonos' At Home With.
Back From The Dead 2 is on its way, and all Keef sees is money, money.
T.I., Wiz Khalifa, Juicy J and DJ Drama lend Chicago upstart Lil Bibby a hand on his new mixtape
Chicago rapper Mick Jenkins evokes water to understand the vast world around him on his new project
Fredo and Durk flex their acting chops in the scripted short from Fredo's latest mixtape
The Lil duo rep Chicago together on a track from Bibby's upcoming tape Free Crack II.
Vic Mensa goes for a crazy trip in the "Feel That" video.
S.B.E, D-Low, & Stunt Taylor all make cameos on DJ Moondawg's latest tribute to Chicago's dance scene
Stream a new missive from Chance The Rapper and his funky backing band The Social Experiment.
Supposedly it’s just one of many songs the Chicago natives have in the works, so who knows when and where it might end up. Maybe on Jeremih’s overdue Thumpy Johnson? And soon?
As you may have heard, Tree is getting ready to drop The @MCTREEG EP next Tuesday (January 21). Here's a second look called "Probably Nu It."
Watch World Star Hip Hop's "The Field: Chicago" documentary, an equally gut-wrenching and inspiring look at the relationship between Chicago rap and street violence.