The hip hop legend shares what he’s picked up after almost 40 years spent speaking truth to power.
The police have long seen Black music as synonymous with violence. Now, they're targeting drill artists by using their music as evidence to link them to crimes.
The winner of this year’s Welsh Music Prize speaks to Huck about overcoming hardship and finding her own sound within Wales' overlooked hip-hop scene.
As inmates inside Douala Central Prison gear up for the release of their first album, writer Thomas Hobbs speaks to the people behind the project.
Ahead of the release of his new EP, Fall to Pieces, trip-hop pioneer Tricky chats to Huck about living in Berlin and why his sound has always defied expectation.
Our latest print instalment is about people on the move – all of whom are actively working to change the world around them.
Following the release of his new record, Benny talks to Huck about his turbulent upbringing on Montana Avenue, to his ascension to legend status.
The seminal photographer talks carving out space, staying inspired and why she’s never been one for rules.
Husband and wife duo Guzman talk photographing Kurt Cobain, Debbie Harry, and Janet Jackson, and getting intimate with the decade's icons.
The Charlotte native is a budding neuroscientist wise beyond his years – who also happens to be one of hip hop’s brightest hopes.
Photographer Alex de Mora meets the movement’s key players who, after decades of Soviet rule, are redefining what it means to be Mongolian.
We were ready to share our new issue back in March. Then the world fell off a cliff.