“Dirty Computer” is truly an album for this generation of outcasts and open minds, as it is refreshing to see a black woman in music going against the grain and doing what she’s been capable of doing all along.
Earlier this February, the highly anticipated soundtrack for Marvel’s upcoming movie “Black Panther” was released, one week before the film debuted in theaters. Rap star Kendrick Lamar curated the soundtrack, bringing in a multitude of top tier talent to collaborate and produce the music for it. The line-up which consisted of artist like ScHoolboy Q, […]
2017 has been an astounding year for women in music, and some artists are unfortunately very slept on.
Hopefully you enjoy these albums as much as I did, if not, that’s OK too. Everyone’s entitled to their own opinion.
Imagine yourself being told that you could possibly go backstage to meet 6lack, your favorite artist. You’re excited, but you’re nervous. What do you say? How do you act?
Afropunk transforms itself into a community of artists, intellectuals, and creatives, channeling their creativity into something bigger than themselves.
In the long-awaited second episode of the VOXCast, the teens discuss racism, domestic violence and XXXtentacion’s “Look At Me/Riot” video.
We asked our teens what they thought about rap lyrics from A Boogie and Kodak Black’s “Drowning” being used as a homework assignment.
You all just got bamboozled. On Sept. 12, XXXtentacion dropped the video for his platinum single “Look At Me,” and it’s got a plot twist.
VOX interviewed Atlanta rapper Rich Homie Quan about how his debut album is also his “comeback” album.