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.
exploring the legacy of OFWGKTA, 10 years on
The collective helped launch the careers of Tyler, the Creator, Frank Ocean, Syd and Earl Sweatshirt.
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."
how hip-hop became the most exciting space for fashion experimentation
Hip-hop is about self-expression and fashion provides the tools now.
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.
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.
photographing nyc's young latinx rap community
Stephen Velastegui captures hip-hop artists from Brooklyn to The Bronx, and asks how heritage shapes their sounds.
nicki minaj may still be the queen, but is her crown beginning to slip?
Her much anticipated album 'Queen' is here, but Nicki Minaj’s dominance as the top female rapper is in a precarious place.
nnamdi ogbonnaya's cerebral hip hop is the sound of the summer
Catching up with the multi-hyphenate artist with atomic stage energy.
um, china just banned hip-hop culture from tv
Got tattoos? Wear chains? Heart not aligned with the party? Say goodbye to that telly slot.
meet the key players in cape town’s hip-hop scene
South African photographer Imraan Christian turns his lens on local musicians.
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nicki minaj calls out sexism in hip-hop
In a series of tweets she blasted a culture which forces women to “work twice as hard.”
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