Suboi is a 25-year-old rapper, who creates vibrant music under the confines of Communist-ruled Vietnam. It’s not easy to rhyme about controversial topics due to strict censorship, but she continues to defy the conventions of the government.
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Following a four-year hiatus and the loss of their singer, the Guadalajara band is back with a new album, a new frontman, and a powerful sense of purpose.
The Tokyo DJ and Red Bull The3Style winner leans towards crowd-pleasing rap cuts and clanging dance tracks that would sound at home on Mad Decent.
The British DJ and producer brings his unique brand of hypnotic electro dance Stateside in his North American tour.
The legendary Cuban sensations unearth a new album since their nearly two-decade debut.
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On 'The Fourth Light,' Niyaz continues to progress with a musically varied and rhythmically complex album, while reaching deep into Sufi traditions to find new and still-relevant inspirations.
Epik High, Crayon Pop, Hitchhiker and other K-pop wunderkinds make the Austin-based festival their own.
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Roving beyond the confines of Baltic traditions, Estonian folk rockers Ewert and The Two Dragons bring it all back home in their new album, 'Circles'.
Blackberry Smoke’s recent spate of chart success may have come out of nowhere to some, but the country rockers’ sudden fame was four years in the making.