The Out Of The Blue Issue
Nas: "I’m trying not to feel bad about being happy"
The hip-hop legend discusses releasing two albums in a year, survivors guilt, leaving the no-Grammy award club and music as therapy.
lauryn hill and nas explain the concept behind their powernomics tour
Along with guests Hannibal Buress and Chronixx, Nick Grant, Fefe, Dave Chappelle and DJ Lakim are joining the line-up. Mega.
intimate images of biggie and the fugees from hip-hop's golden age
In the 1980s and 90s, native New Yorker Lisa Leone became one of the nascent genre’s critical documentarians simply by being present in its collaborative culture. Now, she shares rarely exhibited portraits of hip-hop golden age artists in Berlin.
your 16 point lowdown on 'the get down,' baz luhrmann’s hip-hop history opus
Everything you need to know about your newest Netflix obsession.
'the get down' is your new favorite netflix series
Making something out of nothing and everything, here's what we can learn from Netflix’s most expensive series yet.
hear the soundtrack nas curated for coming-of-age skate film, 'the land'
With contributions from Kanye West, Erykah Badu, French Montana, and Pusha T, this is something for your eyes and ears.
a new tv series will bring notorious b.i.g.’s lyrics to life
With Nas' input, “Think B.I.G.” is going to be epic.
watch the trailer for nas and baz luhrmann’s new netflix show
'The Get Down' tracks the birth of hip-hop in 1970s New York.
watch the new trailer for nas and erykah badu's skateboarding film
Steven Caple Jr.'s "The Land" has a seriously all-star cast — and a killer soundtrack to match.
watch erykah badu in the trailer for nas’ new skate drama
The film has both an all star cast and killer soundtrack, featuring Kanye, Pusha T, French Montana, and more.
revisiting the golden era of hip-hop with photographer lisa leone
Lisa Leone witnessed Nas recording 'Illmatic,' the rise of The Fugees and the golden age of hip-hop.
#dontlookaway: usher’s new track asks us to face the victims of social injustice
Usher and Tidal are using facial recognition technology to make sure we don’t turn away from the stories of black people killed by police and others in America.