Gallant sat down ahead of what would turn out to be his last Sweet Insomnia tour stop, due to COVID-19, to discuss his sophomore album of the same name, finding his sound and embracing the dualities of life.
We don’t know how long the COVID-19 pandemic will last but I feel at peace with this body of work Jhené Aiko gave us to get through it.
I’m not from Los Angeles, nor did I know him personally, but like many around the world I mourned Nipsey Hussle deeply. Beyond his music, I connected with him on so many levels.
Rising Montreal hip-hop artist Speng Squire garnered buzz from his 2017 single “Ways”. He shares his come-up story and reflects on what it’s been like to step away and return.
From street stories to braggadocio raps over solid production, Brizz shows he’s just as potent on beat as he is battling acapella on Fish & Shrimp.
The Seattle-based producer has a steadily rising profile and a sound that is undeniable. Now it’s time for UNKWN to focus on turning the accolades into a sustainable career.
From the moment you press play on the intro right to the outro, you’re taken on a musical journey that’s sure to have your mind in an eclectic zone, Duane Benjamin writes.
Devontée talks splitting time between Toronto and Los Angeles, the inspiration behind his recent trilogy project and lessons from Ayesha and Steph Curry.
The track, a heartfelt letter to Lady Leshurr’s late sister who had cancer, is filled with regret, hurt and inspiration.