Hip-Hop

Music

blessed began giving his music away and he's never been happier

How parting ways with a major label and losing six years of music set him free.
Briony Wright
3.15.19
Music

photographer gunner stahl hosts his first concert in la

He tells i-D about curating his ideal lineup for Red Bull Music Festival and shares his favorite photos, including portraits of Tyler, The Creator and The Weeknd.
Nicole DeMarco
3.5.19
Music

taipei's hip-hop scene emerges from the underground

See photos of the young rappers, DJs, and artists, who make up the stylish community in Taiwan.
Amira Rasool
2.27.19
Music

10 things you need to know about young rapper barny fletcher

Not what you’d expect from a kid from Somerset.
Frankie Dunn
2.4.19
Music

offset wants to control his narrative

The rapper tells i-D about flow, focus, and why he won't tell anyone the name of his album.
Christelle Oyiri
1.30.19
Music

meet brockhampton’s favorite kiwi rap duo

Watch the video for Church & AP's 'Ready or Not'.
Nick Fulton
1.22.19
Music

mister wallace is the ‘cool mom’ of queer hip-hop in chicago

On their debut album, COOL MOM, Mister Wallace bridges the gap between their biological family and their chosen family.
Sarah Gooding
12.17.18
Music

exploring the legacy of OFWGKTA, 10 years on

The collective helped launch the careers of Tyler, the Creator, Frank Ocean, Syd and Earl Sweatshirt.
Malcolm-Aimé Musoni
11.29.18
Music

rapper rico nasty is the invincible role model she never had

"Some days I wake up and want to fucking die, but if you want to get your prophecy, you have to work for it."
Marieke Fischer
11.12.18
Opinion

how hip-hop became the most exciting space for fashion experimentation

Hip-hop is about self-expression and fashion provides the tools now.
Willy Ndatira
11.8.18
Music

pusha t just interviewed atlanta rapper reese laflare for us

King Push slid into Reese LaFlare’s DMs for a chat about A$AP Yams, their favourite designers and why Atlanta is the home of hip-hop right now.
i-D Team
10.31.18
Fashion

why hip-hop loves craig green

When hip-hop, a genre still beholden to binary ideas of masculinity and heteronormativity, begins to embrace fashion that is a little more gentle, a little more tear-inducing, there's change afoot.
Ryan White
8.20.18
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