The producer talks his pre-teen disciplinary period in Ghana, finding professional footing in London’s APE Media program, and working with J Hus.
With the release of his Jordan Kobe tape, the “Elm Street” rapper hopes to finally conquer his city, and beyond.
The beatmaker talks growing up in a musical household, how Eastern North Carolina was a bridge for regional rap, and how he got back into the production game.
Outfits that will beam you straight into a sunny spring, as spotted in Austin, Texas.
Episode two of three airs on Friday, March 10.
A few of my favorite mass-text-inducing gems: songs, videos, books, moments, and more from 2016.
Blood Diamond and The Upsetter bring you a comprehensive audio history of VA’s contributions to music.
Read the band’s first interview in three years, and watch the video for “Villainy.”
Ametora author W. David Marx explains how breaking from the norm makes everything better.
No sad vibes, no bad vibes.
The Virginia producer guides us through soul, funk, jazz, hip-hop, and beyond in this week’s soundtrack.