by Alan Pyke Nov 5, 2015
Carson has previously said the hip-hop community is a destructive influence in black life.
by Alan Pyke Oct 22, 2015
ThinkProgress spoke to the National Symphony Orchestra's two black members about playing with Kendrick Lamar, and achieving the highest level of success in an overwhelmingly white profession.
by Alan Pyke Jul 25, 2015
A man who wants to be president thinks that The Roots make needlessly vulgar, intellectually empty "garbage."
by Ian Millhiser Jan 5, 2015
A course on hip-hop allegedly violates the state's ban on "ethnic studies."
by Andrew Breiner Dec 16, 2014
El-P and Killer Mike on "Run The Jewels."
by Judd Legum Nov 11, 2014
Cambridge University professors Akeem Sule and Becky Inkster argue that for many people hip-hop can help "positively transform their lives."
by Jessica Goldstein Jul 10, 2014
"A marriage of two of the finer things in life: art and hip-hop."
by Jessica Goldstein May 29, 2014
Iggy Azalea's "Fancy" is the song of the summer. Charli XCX wrote and sings the hook. So why doesn't Iggy give her a shout-out in the song?
by Alyssa Rosenberg Feb 19, 2014
Michael Dunn's trial wasn't just about "loud music." But hip-hop was in the dock in Florida, as it has been in other courtrooms around the country.
by Alyssa Rosenberg Jan 27, 2014
The men behind FX's white gay rapper show 'Chozen' talk about why we all deserve to enjoy rap video fantasies and their inspirations.