Young Thug producer Wheezy on his beats and their “soul-romantic-trap” sound.
After years around Atlanta's underground, self-taught musician ForteBowie found collaborators to make his R&B melodies sing.
Los Angeles producer Terrace Martin fuses elements of hip-hop and jazz to create satiny soundscapes.
Producer Matoma on the rise of tropical house, classic hip-hop, and Biggie in the streaming era.
This is how Chief Keef's go-to producer went from facing an attempted murder charge to a wild residency at Keef's L.A. mansion.
Justin Bieber's comeback single “What Do You Mean” draws elements from his past and global radio’s present. The result recognizes the strength he's had all along.
The latest Atlanta rapper to find a second home in Chicago, he packed the room last night almost like Gucci Mane in his prime.
In this week’s GEN F, the rapper recounts his patient climb, with time to read and design lingerie.
Nigerian superstar Davido headlined the first annual African Summer Jam in NYC to a small but appreciative crowd.
With the rise of artists like Iyanya, WizKid and Davido, Nigeria's worldly rhythms are finally making their way to a global stage.