"It’s a big record with a gigantic beat to match; although it still has my signature flare in terms of delivery and style, I experiment with my voice, tone, and flow.”
Taking inspiration from live performances, underground artists, and silent film, The Queer B.I.G. creates a night of American Gothic hip-hop this Friday at Oberon.
The rising glitch rapper talks shocking news, his love for Mass Effect, and the biggest misunderstandings about what it's like to be in the Air Force.
Why Mark Merren is rounding up the coolest rising rappers for one of the biggest nights in Boston hip-hop.
While these artists aren’t new to making music, they're at the early stages of their careers — and we can’t wait to see how they flourish.
The scrapbook party rockers are asking heads in their network and whoever else is in possession of relevant goods to bring items to be digitally archived, so that all eras and elements of the culture can be represented and catalogued for future generations—for research purposes, sure, but primarily so that their contributions can be scanned in stone.
How a Roxbury poet-turned-rapper is making a career off of hyper-reflective truth and optimistic perseverance.
For our interview series, the PhD rapper talks Metroid, social caveats, and the lasting impact of NASA icon Mae Jemison.