Artist of the Week: The 19-year-old Chicago rapper unpacks his creative process, talks new album and the vision for his Nuworld collective
Artist of the Week: Rapper Yung Bizzle explains why “Over Grind or Die” is the new motto, talks Charlotte’s up-and-coming rap scene.
Artist of the Week: The Milwaukee-born and gospel-influenced songwriter retraces the long, rewarding journey that led to the making of her debut album.
Artist of the Week: Family Reunion’s Jackie Carlson proves she’s a force to be reckoned with in Chicago’s buzzing indie scene.
Artist of the Week: The Portland songwriter and member of Raised by the Internet shares how the city and his family have influenced him.
The rising Texas artist details how his alter ego inspired his “Prince Pastel” EP.
Artist of the week IsaiahG talks Chicago’s hip-hop scene, freestyling with Chance, and his forthcoming “CONTACT” project.
Born into a kill-or-be-killed environment, Duru Tha King is a versatile artist from Charlotte, NC that can dabble in all forms of hip-hop.
From his bedroom in Chicago’s Cicero neighborhood, 17-year old artist Victor Cervantes writes and produces songs that are heavily influenced by the intimate mental and physical space they’re crafted in.
Color & Rhyme’s Artist of the Week (Jan. 5th, 2018)… Lexx Nova
“…with an aesthetic very similar to Avatar: The Last Airbender, when the world needed him the most, he vanished.”