Which was your favorite featured video this week? Choose between NERO, Elliphant and peaceFIRE.
Dinner’s music is a sprint through the big city, his airy synths and dense voice covering both sticky dance floors and dodgy back alleys with a dusting of glitter.
Outcasted by Cuban authorities and a polarizing figure to his father, revolutionary icon Silvio Rodriguez, the outspoken rapper keeps living life on his own terms.
Watch "Voices of the Voiceless," the fourth installment of MTV original series Rebel Music.
Discover new artists producing some of the brightest sounds of the underground, from Swedish renaissance girl Zhala to Mexican wunderkind Bial Hclap.
Reptile Youth's sonic roster includes a simple-yet-explosive mix of techno and punk, spiked with indie rock undertones, polished with catchy, bubblegum-pop melodies.
For an artist whose stage name roughly translates to “Big Black Dude B,” you'd think there might be some Public Enemy-level black nationalism in BNegão’s origin story.
A pale blue light shone down on the audience from the stage at Brooklyn Hangar this Sunday. It was the first night of FKA twigs's three-night sold-out "Congregata" show.
Guillermo Bonetto on reggae en Español's trajectory throughout Latin America and beyond, and how Los Cafres went from being underground locals to international superstars.
Jaakko Eino Kalevi's slithery dream pop world is a swirl of electro, R&B, and straight-up weirdo groves. He'll embark on a European tour with Unknown Mortal Orchestra this winter.
Bridges' music is a throwback to the glory days of soul, but he is revitalizing our hope that true soul is still alive—soul music that can continue be the sound of the future.
Which was your favorite featured video this week? Choose between videos by Of Monsters And Men, Giorgio Moroder and Midival Punditz.
Armed with a lowrider and a new documentary, the O.G. Puerto Rican DJ brings the house gangster lifestyle to Ibiza.