The two musicians address social and political issues, both in hip-hop and in rock & roll.
A track-by-track (and very sensory) review of Teenage Emotions.
"This is not about me being from New York or Riz being from the UK. This is about a global feeling, influence, and connection."
In the face of white supremacy, DAMN. demands respect.
"The first weapon drawn in a conflict is language, but the first weapon drawn for Czarface is the music."
In this episode, now a Webby Award honoree, the hip-hop star, a lifelong Pee-wee Herman fan, sits down with his idol and friend.
It’s a Myth poses a lot of questions.
The singer-songwriter waxes poetic on waxing poetic.
The two remember Phife Dawg.
“I could not believe that I felt such strong emotions just from listening to music; it was like some sort of magic.”