The photographer recalls working with some of the biggest names in the business – from Salt-N-Pepa to the Sex Pistol – at a time when music magazines played a powerful role in shaping the scene.
Following the release of his latest album God Don’t Make Mistakes, the rapper talks horror villains, police brutality and being unafraid to show his vulnerable side.
The Chicago MC blends provocative, pitch-black humour with a relentless work ethic, driven by a desire to find light in dark situations.
As he gears up to release his debut album, the Nigerian-born, London-based musician talks refusing to be boxed in and tackling politics head on.
Following the release of his latest album, the rapper talks about the influences that have shaped his sound so far and making music that connects with the average listener.
The rap duo discuss finding their feet in an industry dominated by men, and why a salacious sense of humour is at the heart of everything they do.
The hip hop band’s two remaining members talk coming of age, facing up to grief and finding ways to honour Groggs’s legacy.
Ahead of the release of his new album, the 49-year-old rapper talks mixing his art with politics, and working alongside music’s greats.
On hip hop’s 48th anniversary, photographer Joe Conzo Jr. has curated a special collection of photos that embody the culture of the genre and its roots.
A newly-released multimedia collection chronicles the growth of hip hop and its surrounding culture from the parks of the Bronx to its becoming a global phenomenon.
Photographer Janette Beckman remembers capturing the city’s burgeoning hip hop scene and its fashion trailblazers.
Writer and filmmaker Lyle Lindgren discusses his new book recounting the forgotten story of Eddie Plein, an entrepreneur who changed the face of hip-hop – one gold tooth at a time.