Words you thought would never go together. We have the exclusive interview with Saudi Arabia’s most famous hip hop radio deejay.
Four British artists to global-ize your ipod. Listen.
Straight from the street of Nantes in France, Hocus Pocus is a hip hop band à la française. Watch their music video “Beautiful Losers”
Being a deejay for a famous rapper, definitely has its perks. We talk to Drew Beezy about how he rocks the house all over the world, one concert at a time.
Yeah I said it! For those of you who have been to Ultra Music Festival and have waited 364 days to begin again what will be the most important 3 days in your life, it’s here and tickets are on sale now.
Björk fans can finally rejoice. The Icelandic singer is back with a new album that can be classified more as ‘art’ than music.
You may not understand it, but we are sure you will like it. With almost 6 million YouTube views for his hit single ‘Nur noch kurz die Welt retten’, we are just holding our breath for an album in English.
Another great reason to head Sudamérica. Rock in Rio is easily one of the largest music festivals in the world in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, attracting more than 1 million people in 2010 and featuring some of world’s greatest music legends.
Armed with an acoustic guitar and a voice as sultry as her homeland of Brazil, singer Maria Gadu is quickly becoming an international superstar.
Spanish DJ Sak Noel’s new song ‘Loca People’ has been nothing short of an international music sensation. With almost 23 million views on YouTube, you could be in any club in the world and find yourself dancing to this song. The video takes you through the party town of Barcelona, Spain and winds up at...
It’s no surprise that Amsterdam and hip hop music go hand-in-hand. I mean, hey, they both are associated with a common pastime- pot-smoking. If you get the chance to visit Amsterdam (and you should!) and, after a long day at the coffee shops, want to chill out to some dope beats or hear some of...
If you watched this video then you might begin to think that someone slipped you a hit of acid. No, it’s just another Japanese pop music video. And Kyary Pamyu Pamyu is quickly becoming a a musical sensation and, dare I say, a fashion icon. At first I thought that this was a sure sign...