Tagged: New York
It’s hot out there, and it should be. We’ve teamed up with Swimming With Sharks to make the most of the season, hosting free Saturday rooftop pool parties on both coasts with DJs like Spank … read more »
A group of young New York rappers tries to bring hip hop home. Far Rockaway, Queens MC Stack Bundles has a song called, “Temper, Temper” in which he says of the state of New York … read more »
El-P returns to rap’s lawless present. In 1992, rapper/producer El-P founded the dissonant and innovative group Company Flow. They used words too big to fit between the bars of their verses and spent a lot … read more »
Atlanta’s CyHi the Prynce raps without hesitation, here performing “Studder” live at New York’s final uncapped LIVE.
Freddie Gibbs made the trip to New York to perform at our final uncapped LIVE show, where he made his own twisted tribute to one of the city’s most influential groups.
Big KRIT hails from Mississippi, a locale he says informs all new music he makes as he travels America. We met the man in New York, where he performed at the grand finale uncapped LIVE … read more »
On “Hardcore Girls,” Rye Rye tells listeners, “We should take a trip to Baltimore,” but not before a stopover at New York’s Good Units, where we filmed Rye Rye performing the song alongside her dedicated … read more »
Mississippi’s Big KRIT is setting his sights high from here on out, planning new, soulful work that crosses genre lines. More on that later: Here’s the trailer to his upcoming, longer doc.
The Lou Ferigno of “Lou Ferigno’s Mad,” a freestyle from Mr. Muthfuckin eXquire’s Lost in Translation mixtape, is Lou Ferrigno (two Rs), the human who played The Hulk on television in the late ’70s and … read more »
Given the popularity of our week-long What We’re Reading series, we’ve decided to make it a weekly column. Just think of this as your non-committal book club with The FADER and some of your favorite … read more »