Dapper Wondaland rapper Jidenna flexes his skills with a live Vevo DSCVR performance of his new song, “Long Live The Chief.”
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Drake opens up with a brooding new song titled, “Can I,” featuring Beyoncé.
Late hip-hop legend Notorious B.I.G. and futuristic R&B newcomer FKA Twigs join forces in a set of mash ups by DJ Terry Urban.
Detroit lyricist and former Slum Village member Elzhi reflects the bitter cold of the year’s second month and J Dilla’s death in “February.”
With “Blacker The Berry,” Kendrick Lamar unleashes a scathing critique on some generational intra-racial issues.
Childish Gambino’s love interest endures quite a bit of his staring, wobbling around, and finger-dancing in Hiro Murai-directed visuals for “Sober.”
English rapper Little Simz and Cali singer-songwriter/producer Tiffany Gouché combine forces for a smooth new “Closer.”
Kendrick Lamar shares his message of self-love and pays homage to Method Man on the Saturday Night Live stage with a performance of “i.”
Brooklyn emcee Talib Kweli was recently joined by R&B crooner Bilal and Grammy-winning jazz pianist Robert Glasper for a performance of “Come Here” at Blue Note NYC.
After killing it at the 2014 BET Hip-hop Awards in a cypher, Snow Tha Product has teamed up with Atlantic labelmate Ty Dolla $ign for a smooth new tune titled “1 time.”
The 2014 BET Hip-hop Awards included an impressive cypher featuring Mississippi vet David Banner, Maryland rapper King Los, Naughty by Nature’s Treach, Cali femcee Snow Tha Product, and Chicago artist Vic Mensa.
Common, Vince Staples and Jay Electronica brought the parents of Michael Brown onstage for their “Kingdom” remix at the 2014 BET Hip-hop Awards.
Maryland emcee Logic has premiered a first-person diamond heist visual for his single “Under Pressure,” directed by Stephen Wayne Mallet.
Atmosphere takes us back to polyester, bell-bottoms and Farrah Fawcett hair in their latest video for “My Lady Got Two Men.”
Puerto-Rican cyber R&B star Princess Nokia models Nasir Mazhar’s Spring/Summer 2015 Collection for i-D Magazine and pens a fashion review.
Chicago-based production duo The Hood Internet has taken Dessa’s “Fighting Fish” to a murky new level with their latest remix.
The creative minds over at Pop Chart Lab have teamed up with Atlanta’s A3C Hip-hop Festival to create an impressive Periodic Table of Hip-hop.
Where is today’s protest music? J. Cole, Elle Varner, T.I., Ezra Furman, Lauryn Hill, The Game and more answer with a soundtrack dedicated to Michael Brown and Ferguson, Missouri.
Atmosphere’s new “Southsiders” video finds Slug-O outweaponed and outnumbered in a water fight against some neighborhood kids.
UK-based illustrator Ali Graham has transformed The Roots’ Black Thought, ?uestlove, and Captain Kirk Douglas into every ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ fan’s favorite tree-like beings: The GRoots.