Brace for Flume, Vince Staples, ScHoolboy Q and heaps more.
Beyond The Valley comes good after promising its “biggest” lineup yet.
Ready to get ScHooled?
Big name internationals left, right and centre.
He didn’t hold back
Back and bigger for its second year
In support of his highly anticipated fourth studio album Blank Face.
Ferg says the “legendary” onstage collab was completely unplanned.
Police officials say Thursday’s shooting outside of Colorado’s Red Rocks Amphitheatre was likely a “targeted” attack and not just a random act of violence. Three people were injured in the incident, which took place after a benefit concert featuring Schoolboy Q, Nas, and Flying Lotus. “This is not just a coincidence. We think there is
Rapper Schoolboy Q was reportedly inside of the vehicle involved in a shooting that injured three people outside of a concert on Thursday night. The incident occurred in the parking lot of the Red Rocks Ampitheatre in Colorado where Schoolboy, Nas, and Flying Lotus had just performed. As Billboard reports, while the rapper was originally
Boutique dance festival Listen Out 2014 has dropped its rather impressive 2014 lineup, with plenty of dance-friendly musicians and producers coming our way this September and October. As the boutique dance music event returns this spring it will have some big improvements on last year’s event. Headed by big-name acts like Sydney producer Flume (in
After a lifestyle of hustling and dealing oxycontin on the streets of Los Angeles, Schoolboy Q‘s new lifestyle is more in tune with one of a hip-hop heavyweight, and rightfully so. However, when talking one-on-one to Schoolboy Q, it’s clear that his hard gangsta life in LA has defined him up to a point. But
Schoolboy Q, one quarter of the California hip-hop crew Black Hippy with Kendrick Lamar, Jay Rock, and Ab-Soul, has announced that fresh from dropping his third full-length effort, Oxymoron, which has been garnering stellar reviews, he will embark on his debut Australian headline tour. “Kendrick left me no choice but to drop a classic,” Schoolboy
While Austin music conference SXSW seems to be hitting its zenith in terms of popularity and the sheer number of acts, both major and independent, available to fans, its growth is not seen as a positive by everyone, with Danny Brown, Schoolboy Q, and others criticising its new corporatism. “It’s stupid. They changed it all