Removing the term “urban” from certain genres or artists is more complicated than a simple cancellation.
On today’s episode Coval and Goodwin dive into their RTJ4 opinions, hip hop’s spiritual godfather, and the new “8:46” special.
The sister duo may have started their career with YouTube covers, but they are quickly establishing themselves as the standard bearers for a new generation of R&B.
Chicago group Ohmme has made a worldwide commotion with their reinvention of the traditional pop sound, creative and distorted approach to making music. With the release of their second full-length album, Ohmme resumes their experimentation. Back in May, we wrote that Ohmme’s music could be described as “dreamlike,” often operating on the fringes normal, yet […]
The Southside rapper spoke to us about starting his career on a Guitar hero microphone, his dream collaboration, and more!
“Say their names,” the signs read in the streets of America. In 2020, one reckoning shares an unstable boundary with another as protesters masked against the coronavirus expose a different kind of deep debilitation: the racism that permeates American history and the present day, resulting in sudden deaths now recorded and shared on social media, […]
Across the country, music venues remain closed due to the pandemic — and according to a new survey, 90 percent of independent venue owners, promoters and bookers say that they will have to close permanently within the next few months, if they can’t get an infusion of targeted government funding. The survey of nearly 2,000 music professionals […]
While he was inside for quarantine, Lil Woo was getting more of his own brand of ‘Sappy Rap’ ready for his fans!
From Chicago’s rap supergroup Hurt Everybody, Qari speaks to us about new music, fatherhood, and finding a balance.
Chicago R&B singer JusSoL speaks to us about her singles “Heaven” and “Devil,” as well as how she got into music in the first place.