Just prior to the release of his debut album, Good Time Not A Long Time, we spoke with award-winning Bristol lyricist, MC, and label owner Gardna about the UK hip-hop scene, the key to his incredible live performances, and his varied musical tastes.
Post Malone’s newest album, Hollywood’s Bleeding (out September 6th via Republic Records), is a pop-centric, yet wholly original release epitomizing one of the planet’s greatest artists doing what he does best.
Morsifire, aka Andrew Seely, combines rap, hip-hop, and rock on the intensely personal track “77 Skeletons,” a tune which deals with the artist’s internalised trauma from a tough upbringing in the outskirts of San Francisco.
In 2019, Toronto’s Festival of Beer was back and stronger than ever. Read our rundown of all of the highlights, including beers from Great Lakes Brewery and Brewery Ommegang, pizza from Queen Margherita Pizza and music from Dwayne Gretzky.
J. Cole’s Dreamville collective is back with another installment in their “Revenge” series, having dropped the phenomenal and groundbreaking record, Revenge of the Dreamers III, July 5th on Dreamville/Interscope.
As the summer continues to heat up, here’s a Top 10 rundown of all the scintillating tunes tearing up the hip-hop world in June, including the likes of Calboy, Russ, and Killy.
In anticipation of XXL’s 2019 Freshman Class, here are our predictions for the this year’s list of the top young rappers the world of hip-hop has to offer, including Blueface, Gunna, Lil Baby, and Juice Wrld.
With 14 solid tracks, not to mention a collection of A-list guests, Rap or Go to the League shows more growth and maturity from 2 Chainz than we have ever seen. His fifth album is possibly his most cohesive project to date.
What is the Toronto Festival of Beer, presented by The Beer Store? It’s only one of the biggest events the summer has to offer! Here’s our preview of all this year’s festivities, including live performances from Public Enemy, Dwayne Gretzky, Ja Rule and Ashanti.
We spoke with Canadian rap/metal band, Fatal Switch, and lead singer Steven Tobin dished on the group’s major musical influences, the story behind the “Who We Are” music video, and then some.
The dynamic duo of Slug and Ant, also known as Atmosphere, are back with their first album since 2016, Mi Vida Local.
Lyrics Born discusses his new record Quite A Life, his support and pioneering of Asian-American hip-hop, and upcoming Netflix flick Always Be My Maybe featuring Ali Wong, Randall Park and Keanu Reeves.
We connected with Diana Studenberg, lead vocalist and songwriter for Vancouver-based alt-rock band Trope, for an interview and intro to her group, newest single “Lambs”, and up-coming debut album Eleutheromania.