Now that rap has overtaken rock as the most profitable genre, it is reasonable to view hip-hop as its own economy.
In his brief career, Jahsen Onfroy, or XXXTentacion, quickly became a source of immense controversy.
Alex Rivera and Cristina Ibarra’s “The Infiltrators” follows a group of teenagers working to release undocumented immigrants from the Broward Detention Center just north of Miami.
Surely a city as prominent as New York would have made a full musical recovery by now and is once again dictating the sounds and styles of the whole game. Right?