As her stage name implies, Mikaela Straus, otherwise known as King Princess, is a study in contradiction: a songwriter who mines the history of classic rock and a Twitter virtuoso fluent in the evolving language of now. On a break from recording her debut album, the 19-year-old took a few moments to explain the internet to her friend and collaborator Mark Ronson.
The producer and songwriter behind Blood Orange explores the lyrics to “Jewelry,” a song from his fourth album, Negro Swan.
by Will Schube
The Brooklyn band are having a blast on their sixth record Wide Awake!
by Noah Jackson
We talked to the rising indie star about her sublime new album Magic Gone
by Jane Gayduk
René-Charles Angélil grabbed optimal slots on SoundCloud’s R&B & Soul New & Hot chart.
by Leah Mandel
They gave us a peek at their camera rolls, complete with cameos from shrimp pillows, flying buses, and an MTV Moon Man.
by Jane Gayduk
The singer revealed on Instagram that she had six fibroids removed.
The London-based singer-songwriter has placed himself in self-imposed exile; however, his music sounds anything but isolated.
by Ross Devlin
We talked to the duo about running from the Ku Klux Klan and listening to Taylor Swift.
by Cedar Pasori
Silver brought African dance moves like Gwara Gwara and Shaku Shaku to help shape what could very well be her magnum opus.
The emo rap mainstay selects tunes from American Football and The Postal Service to soundtrack his passage into the great beyond.
Madonna acts as a metonym for both New York City and Interview—through countless trends, born and forgotten, then born and forgotten again, her spirit remains.