Chicago rapper Rich Robbins uses his art as a weapon to reject racist institutions.
The pair have come a long way since signing with Beyoncé’s company five years ago. In fact, they seem fully themselves.
The artist’s third album is deeply expressive and widely personal
British singer-songwriter Michael Kiwanuka wishes to provide an uplifting message for a more united future by releasing a video celebrating Black lives and activism. When Kiwanuka released “Light” in 2019, it was meant as an optimistic anthem to a broken world, emphasizing that a light in the end of the tunnel was just ahead. With […]
The New Zealand singer chats sticking to her Tongan roots, going global, and learning to be still.
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!
From Chicago’s rap supergroup Hurt Everybody, Qari speaks to us about new music, fatherhood, and finding a balance.
Our Midday Host Bekoe interviewed Chicago R&B singer Azizz on his experiences at Chicago’s George Floyd protests.