Chicagoâ€™s Chance The Rapper gained a lot of attention earlier this year thanks to his excellent sophomore mixtape, Acid Rap. The sometimes funny, sometimes silly, but often profound release showed the young rapperâ€™s lyrical fortitude […]Tags: Chance The Rapper, effects, Everybody's Something, Fall In Love, green screen, Hip-Hop, J Dilla, Joseph Johnson, mixtape, music, rapper, sample, Slum Village, The Wild Magazine, video.
Odd Future and their affiliates are known for their dark themes,Â heavy use of profanities andÂ misogynistic lyrics, but it mustnâ€™t be forgotten that they are also a talented bunch of recording artists. Behind the […]Tags: Casey Veggies, Doris, Earl Sweatshirt, Hip-Hop, Hiro Murai, Joseph Johnson, masks, music, Odd Future, OFWGKTA, Rap, rapper, suburbia, The Wild Magazine, video., Vince Staples
Along with the phenomenal â€œSwimming Pools (Drank),â€ Kendrick Lamarâ€™s â€œBitch, Donâ€™t Kill My Vibeâ€ was one of the standout tracks from his critically acclaimed debut album, Good Kid M.A.A.D City. The track has received praise […]Tags: acclaimed, Bitch Don't Kill My Vibe, church, dope, Good Kid M.A.A.D City, Hip-Hop, Joseph Johnson, Kendrick Lamar, music, rapper, review, The Wild Magazine, video.
Unlike his little sister, Willow, who burst onto the music scene with hair-whipping attitude, Jaden Smith – or simply, Jaden – has opted for a more laid-back approach for his latest track, “Hello.” Less chipper than his father […]Tags: actor, Asher Roth, black & white, Earl Sweatshirt, high school, Hip-Hop, Hodgy Beats, Jaden Smith, Joseph Johnson, Moises Arias, music, New York, NYC, OFWGKTA, Rap, rapper, TEEN, The Wild Magazine, video, Will Smith, young
For her latest video, singer/rapper Elliphant has traded in the urban Stockholm landscape for some of Iceland’s most glorious natural vistas. The young artist and her two comrades ride along an empty beach on horseback, […]Tags: beach, electronic, Elliphant, Horses, Iceland, Joseph Johnson, landscape, music, nature, pop, rapper, singer, Stockholm, Sweden, the WILD, The Wild Magazine, urban
Fans of James Blake’s solo work will be familiar with his stripped down production, heavy basslines and delicate vocals on tracks like “Limit To Your Love,” or “Unluck.” Many people admire Blake’s experimentalism and the […]Tags: Confidence Boost, D'Angelo, dubstep, effects, electronic, England, grime, Harmonimix, James Blake, Joseph Johnson, Lil Wayne, music, Outkast, production, rapper, Remix, review, Rollo Jackson, strike a pose, synthesisers, The Wild Magazine, Trim, Trimbal, UK, UK Bass, video
Frank Ocean’s coming out revelation, made public on the eve of his channel ORANGE release, garnered front-page headlines around the world for all the right reasons. Given hip-hop and rap’s long-standing view on homophobia, the […]Tags: Brenmar, Diego Martinez, Franceso Carrozzini, From the Silence of Duchamp to the Noise of Boys, Hip-Hop, interview, Le1f, Michael David Quattlebaum Jr, Mykke Blanco, rapper, The Wild Magazine, Wawwy, Zebra Katz
There have been a lot of songs dedicated to the Big Apple, and rapper Angel Haze has just added another one to the list. “New York” is powerful in its simplicity and serves as a […]Tags: Angel Haze, female emcee, Gil Scott-Heron, Hip-Hop, Joseph Johnson, music, New York, rapper, review, The Wild Magazine, video
It seems like it’s a good time to be young in rap right now. While the majority of the Western world is seeing huge levels of youth unemployment and students are racking up unprecedented amounts […]Tags: A$AP Mob, A$ap Rocky, Aram Bedrossian, designer, Dominic Lord, Hip-Hop, Hudson Mohawke, Joseph Johnson, Kendrick Lamar, music, Odd Future, OFWGKTA, rapper, rising talent, The Wild Magazine, video, young
The city of Derby in England is not exactly a hip-hop Mecca, but on Monday night legendary New York emcee, Masta Ace, braved the cold wind and the pouring rain to perform an intimate show to […]Tags: Bronx, Brooklyn, Derby, DOOM, emcee, Eminem, England, Hip-Hop, influences, interview, Joseph Johnson, Marco Polo, Masta Ace, MF Doom, New York, rapper, Stricklin, Technology, The Wild Magazine, tour, Twitter, Wordsworth