Juicy J peels off a torrent of righteous bars against police, record labels, day-to-day haters and more on his new song, […]
Singer Eddie Floyd wrote “Knock on Wood” with guitarist Steve Cropper at the Lorraine Motel in Memphis in 1966, two years […]
Crosstown Arts launched “Against the Grain,” a web-based platform that allows local musicians to release music in exchange for donations, […]
The pandemic kept indie artists at home recording music, and now protests are inspiring creatives to make music for the streets. After […]
The Memphis Masters is a limited video series by Craft Recordings, celebrating albums from the legendary Stax Records and its influence […]
To hear the culture of the real South, as it emerges, in this very moment, requires listening to the young […]
Just in time for Black Music Month, We Are Memphis celebrates these artists’ and others’ contributions to this time in […]
KIRBY: Tiny Desk (Home) Concert You’ve heard this Memphis born songwriter multiple times on HBO’s Insecure this season. Now watch her perform live.
But while the five-string bass wunderkind, who played with Prince in his final years, is more widely known as a […]
Hip-hop artist and activist Yo Gotti talks to Linsey Davis about social justice, prison reform and the use of the term.