En esta tercera entrega de Homey Interviús, Caro Lyne—música polifacética oriunda de Bahía Blanca, Argentina—nos cuenta de su infancia en su natal Argentina, su migración a México en búsqueda de su identidad musical, su conexión con la música negra, y su EP debut Fuera de Orden.
Two of Chicago’s most energetic artists, WemmyMo and D2X, collaborated for an impactful single many didn’t see coming. It’s “Moppas & Choppas,” produced by DJ Balor. If you’ve been listening to Vocalo on your radio, I’m pretty sure you’ve heard these two personalities clash and collide with high energy for our latest “In Rotation” playlist, for the month […]
Chicago emcee known as Ausar returns with new music, and this time he unloads a soulful freestyle. Ausar’s newest release falls behind his recent interview with Elliot’s Couch Conversation’s via Lyrical Lemonade, in which he spoke on his forthcoming Ep “Flight Of The Honey Bees,” as well as his full length album titled “David,” […]
On this week’s episode, Kevin and Idris look at the relationship between Judaism and Hip Hop and ask: is Hip Hop anti-Semitic?
With an eccentric sound fueled by versatile production, Myquale is an artist to watch …
The 21-year-old Garifuna singer from Avalon Park is headed for the top, with her debut album, and she’s bringing her listeners with her.
After Juice WRLD’s camp released his posthumous album titled Legends Never Die, the official video is out for the track “Wishing Well,” directed by KDC Visions. Witness Juice WRLD partake in an animated 3D world, fulfilled with realistic actions. After watching Juice’s latest video, you can stream his album Legends Never Die here. Written by […]
From backlash for Chance The Rapper to new music from Juice Wrld, Kid Cudi & Eminem, and Dinner Party, our duo chops it up on SONS!
From the Soulful music of Guatemalan artist Gaby Moreno to the multilingual fusion sounds of Pierre Cruz, Sandra Treviño has it all covered in her newest mix.
We spoke with Kahrion about finding the lighter energy of “Tadaa,” new tracks on the way, and becoming more comfortable with his own music process.