Catching up with Sean Miyashiro, whose management and video production company has seen recent success with hard-hitting rappers out to obliterate Asian stereotypes.
You focus on making your BBQs, beach days, and road trips great—we got the music covered.
Something to soak up the sweat
As Kendrick and Drake have shown us recently, voicemails carry many possibilities in song, from narrative framing to familial backstory.
Featuring warm-weather greatness courtesy of Drake, Kendrick, Frank Ocean, Haim, Paramore, Future, and others.
Cue Angelo Badalamenti’s ominous keyboards, “Twin Peaks” is back this weekend.
Watching the new season of “Master of None” is like digging through the record collection of your most eclectic but least judgmental friend.
A music festival fiasco so ridiculous, it began with Ja Rule and a dream, picked up steam as a meme, and resulted in a $100 million lawsuit. This is the remaining smoke around Fyre.
Now partially digitized, former Def Jam publicity head Bill Adler’s archive of personal correspondences, photos, and press clippings chronicle a budding conglomerate and the personalities that shaped it.
On his new album, Kendrick wages war with Fox News, provides origin stories, blasts killer cops, and threads an interwoven narrative of damnation and redemption.
It’s no surprise Remy Ma continues to come for Nicki Minaj’s crown: the music industry has supported only a handful of platinum-level female rappers, their reigns rarely overlapping.
Syd, Matt Martians, Steve Lacy, Christopher Smith, and Patrick Paige II have taken a unique approach to solo stardom in service of group greatness.