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Fashion Forward for 2017

Every year creates a new possibility, with trends falling out of style, or certain styles coming back in. Last year was the year streetwear...

A Tribe Called Quest returns with triumphant glory

Legendary hip-hop outfit A Tribe Called Quest returns to the music scene after an 18-year hiatus with “We Got It from Here… Thank You...

FX’s “Atlanta”: Donald Glover’s 10-week short course in storytelling

Being a racial minority is not easy. Aside from a lack of representation, seeing your culture appropriated and your voice interpreted as either for...

”Introverted Intuition” feels unintuitive

Chicago hip-hop artist and independent music producer Lance Skiiiwalker, recently debuted his first full-length album, “Introverted Intuition,” through Los Angeles-based hip-hop label Top Dawg...

DJ Lynnee Denise breaks down the politics of DJing

For most millennials, DJs are pretty standard fare, and in the world of music, practically ubiquitous. However, while DJs are practically ubiquitous now, the...

Danny Brown puts his all on display with “Atrocity Exhibition”

Detroit-based rapper Danny Brown is one of the most unique voices in contemporary hip-hop and his latest project, “Atrocity Exhibition,” is one of the...

Under The Radar: Issue 05

Artist: Xavier Omar Listeners looking for alternative R&B that’s a little more thoughtful and vocally developed than artists such as PARTYNEXTDOOR and Bryson Tiller, can...

Ty Dolla $ign steps out of the club (briefly), and makes...

During this pivotal election season, musicians and entertainers have gone above and beyond in making their voices heard not only through social media and...

Block Party undercards shine while headliner lacks flair

You would likely struggle to find a resounding reaction to this year’s Block Party lineup because, well, there wasn’t one. Sure, the lineup’s release...

My time inside Childish Gambino’s “PHAROS” event

Childish Gambino's “PHAROS” event  was not your usual concert. The “tour” only lasted a weekend and was only in one venue: Joshua Tree. While...