The Chicago native details how the city shaped her, why Chief Keef is her favorite rapper, and how she avoids being boxed in as a female in hip-hop.
NPR’s popular Tiny Desk Concert returns-this time featuring Chicago native and rising star Saba. The series offers artists an opportunity to perform their tracks at the NPR Washington D.C. Headquarters with a live band in cramped quarters. For Saba, this gives his music an intimate personal feeling for his lyrics to resonate and his smile …
The Chicago emcee keeps it short and sweet with a stream of consciousness in rap form.
Inside the inner-workings of an innovative up-and-coming Miami hip-hop collective.
These are supposed to be the best years of their lives for the self-proclaimed America’s favorite boyband BROCKHAMPTON. They put the time, blood, sweat, tears in. They did the near-impossible: 3 mixtapes in a year, all met with critic praise, all while touring the country and building a diehard fanbase of stans online with their …
The Chicago-based songwriter makes her name known on this slow-burning 6-track project.
The elusive, soulful wordsmith from Nigeria returns with a dedication to Mac Miller.
A reflection on Lil Peep and XXXTentacion’s “Falling Down” and what posthumous releases mean for music’s digital renaissance.