Finally, Tink Can Do What She Wants

“M.I.A.” is the first video Tink has released since breaking away from her joint deal with Timbaland, and this time she’s exactly where she wants to be.
Kristin Corry
Internet Videos Of Particular Importance

The New M.I.A Documentary Shows Her Lesser-Known Side

Steve Loveridge's 'MATANGI / MAYA / M.I.A.' finally debuted at Sundance and focuses on the musician's activism on behalf of Tamils.
Noisey UK Staff
Deep Ass Questions

What Is the Millennial "Stairway to Heaven?" A Battle Royale

Is it Kanye? Coldplay? Could it be... Keane?
Phil Witmer
Noisey News

The Long-Delayed M.I.A Documentary Is Finally Debuting at Sundance 2018

As recently as March this year, M.I.A said she didn't know what was happening with the film, so this is good news.
Noisey UK Staff
A Year of Lil Wayne

"Swagga Like Us" Was the Ultimate 2008 Posse Cut

When you go to Weezy for the wordplay, it’s never clear what you might get.
Kyle Kramer
New music

M.I.A. Has a New Track Called "Load 'Em" and It's a Bop

She released the track, with an accompanying video, via her OHMNI website.
Lauren O'Neill

Why the Outsider Pride of M.I.A.'s ‘Kala’ Still Matters 10 Years Later

By lifting "global" sounds and dropping them into a club-friendly context, this album used sonic innovation to try smash down borders.
Simran Hans
Noisey News

Feast Your Eyes on M.I.A.'s New Video for "Finally"

It follows "Goals" as the latest in a flurry of new music and visuals.
Lauren O'Neill
New music

M.I.A. Serves Up Mellow Love on New Song "Goals"

It precedes her iteration of Meltdown Festival at London's Southbank Centre, which kicks off Friday.
Noisey UK Staff
Internet Videos Of Particular Importance

Everything We Learned from M.I.A.'s Talk at Oxford University

Her hour-long Q&A at Oxford addressed activism, racism, and the music industry.
Lauren O'Neill
Holy Shit

Jawbreaker (No, Seriously), Nine Inch Nails, M.I.A., and More Will Play Riot Fest

This will not be unfun.
Dan Ozzi
Noisey News

M.I.A Is Not Messing Around with Her Meltdown Festival Bookings

The lineup so far includes Crystal Castles, Yung Lean, Young Fathers, and of course, M.I.A.
Lauren O'Neill