Take a look at recent work from hip-hop and R&B’s Asian and Pacific Islander talent, from music to content creation.
If you couldn’t cop tickets or missed the Amazon Music livestream, here’s the rundown on all that happened this weekend at the 2022 Head in the Clouds Music and Arts Festival.
During Coachella 2022’s two-week run, multiple API acts made headlines in the desert heat.
Turn up the volume on these 10 AAPI-hosted talk shows, with subjects covering music, art, Tony Leung and much more.
Hundreds of thousands of students across the country are supposed to enjoy their commencement this weekend. However, with the COVID-19 pandemic, in-person ceremonies have been replaced with online celebrations, […]
Back in January, TOKiMONSTA surprised her fans by posting a visualizer of her new album on social media, featuring a pair of hands rising from the ground, holding a […]
From starring in “The Farewell” to appearing on “TIME”’s 100 Next list, Awkwafina is living her best life. Her character on her new Comedy Central series, “Awkwafina is Nora […]
When I moved to Southern California from upstate South Carolina, I quickly learned that early August is primetime for beach visits. The water is warm enough to go swimming […]
There seems to be no stopping Asian American celebrity icon, Awkwafina. Earlier this year, it was confirmed that she was getting her own show. Now, her old pal, Dumbfoundead, […]
The 2000’s was a groundbreaking era for hip-hop. For the first time in musical history, Asian Americans began emerging from the darkness of underground movements into the light of […]
Never one to be afraid of change, it seems like “Pink Bleu Dawn” is a sign that “Dummie” is taking things in a new direction. Dumbfoundead first broke into […]
Awkwafina, Rekstizzy, Lyricks and Dumbfoundead are the subjects of “Bad Rap,” a documentary by Salima Koroma that is now available on Netflix. The documentary takes a look at the […]
Dumbfoundead and Mike B perform “Untouchable” at the 2016 Pacific Bridge, on the steps of Los Angeles City Hall, in celebration of Asian Pacific American Heritage Month.
Rappers Dumbfoundead and Awkwafina lit up Los Angeles City Hall during Pacific Bridge last year as a celebration of Asian Pacific American Heritage Month.