Shepard Fairey is the artist behind TIME's "Person Of The Year" cover. But there was another option by James Victore too. Which design would you have chosen?
Capital New York writer Rachel Kaadzi Ghansah unpacks a powerful profile of the Roots that's part personal essay, part sociological study, part history lesson.
The Internet—OF's Syd the Kyd and Matt Martians—is pushing R&B out of its comfort zone with a jarring video and an electro-soul sound that's sweet and edgy at the same time.
Steve McQueen, one of the most provocative artists of his generation, keeps it real and raw in his latest film, Shame, a dark tale about sexual addiction.
Action Bronson's new Well-Done LP sounds like another legit underground hit. The video for "Not Enough Words" shows the Queens MC in all his rotund glory.
King Krule (aka Archy Marshall) proves in his new video for "The Noose of Jah City" and on his self-titled EP that his big voice and lo-fi beats make a perfect combination.
Lianne La Havas collabs with alt-folkster Willy Mason in a haunting duet. Given her forthcoming new EP and a Bon Iver co-sign, her "It" factor couldn't be more evident.
Brooklyn's Mr. Muthafuckin eXquire's "Huzzah!" features arrogant, sex-obsessed rhymes wrapped in a cheap vodka-fueled hoodrat/b-boy stance. You gotta love it.