Brooklyn

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Taphari Is Brooklyn's Best Rap Alien

The Brownsville rapper's new single "Tell Me How" is another example of the extraterrestrial energy he's brought to Brooklyn clubs over the last few years.
Colin Joyce
a day ago
Noisey News

Leikeli47's Tiny Desk Concert Is a Really Great Jazz Show

The Brooklyn rapper and her four-piece band performed the jazz rendition of 'Acrylic' you didn't know you needed.
Kristin Corry
3.12.19
the people vs.

Turns Out Flipp Dinero Has Never Played Fortnite

In this episode of 'The People Vs.,' the Brooklyn rapper is laughing at all of your weak jokes under the comment section for "Leave Me Alone."
Noisey Staff
3.8.19
Premieres

DonMonique's Getting Everything Off Her Chest on "Black Kate Moss"

The Brooklyn rapper opens up about the traumatic experiences during her three-year hiatus that changed the way she approaches music. Now, DonMonique is ready to make up for lost time.
Kristin Corry
1.29.19
Premieres

Bathe's Surf R&B Is Full of Sobering Realities

"Sure Shot" is the Brooklyn-based duo's attempt at reclaiming beach music, or "surf R&B," as they call it.
Kristin Corry
1.25.19
To Hell And Back

Why I Booked an Anti-Fascist Metal Festival

Fest organiser (and Noisey metal editor) Kim Kelly explains how Black Flags Over Brooklyn 2019 is both a labour of love and a call to action.
Kim Kelly
1.25.19
we saw this

How Mexican Summer Spent Ten Years Changing Indie Rock

Ariel Pink: "Tell them Ariel Pink said to say Ariel said this was the tenth anniversary."
Dale Eisinger
11.28.18
Interviews

An Interview in a Nail Salon with Leikeli47 About Her New Album ‘Acrylic’

A morning at a nail salon with Brooklyn rapper Leikeli47 revealed why her sophomore album, 'Acrylic' provides a snapshot of black life and a masterclass on the value of black-owned businesses.
Kristin Corry
11.19.18
Photos

Photos Remembering Brooklyn's House of Vans

A staple of the New York City music scene over the last eight years closed its doors last week.
Noisey Staff
9.4.18
New music

Clyde Guevara Is Using Rap to Grieve His Brother's Death on 'FreeJAH'

The Los Angeles-based rapper introduces himself on ‘FreeJAH,’ an introspective look at how the Brooklyn native worked through feelings of loss after his brother’s death.
Kristin Corry
7.24.18
Premieres

Clyde Guevara’s “Higher Vibration” Is Rap's Latest Plea for Clarity

The Brooklyn-bred rapper is searching for clarity in the new visual for “Higher Vibration.”
Kristin Corry
6.7.18
Premieres

Wharfer's Kyle Wall Falls Backwards in Time on 'The Road Dissolved the View'

The Brooklyn-based artist's fourth LP, which we're premiering in full, is desolate and dark, built around an arresting and unpredictable voice.
Alex Robert Ross
2.5.18
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