"People are scared to touch it. I like to consider myself a hip-hop comic, somebody that is going to say something of substance."
Dancehall is back on the pop charts, but its defining artist is in jail for murder. Vybz Kartel speaks from behind bars
Infamous Miami trio share their wildest road story and break down the evolution of their "nasty" sound
Reggae's biggest stars celebrate the late singer's life with a weekend of performances both massive and intimate
Plus: an update on a new 'Beverly Hills Cop' and his idea for the ultimate live show
The stubbled star talks about being showered with women's underwear and why the Reagan-era series is ready for a reboot
The composer who defined the sound of Eighties TV reveals the secrets behind his groundbreaking work on the show and why he didn't score Michael Mann's movie
From the Godfather of Soul to the Nuge, here are the more memorable musical greats who graced the iconic Eighties cop show
Bob's grandkids Jo Mersa and Daniel Bambaata Marley push the family name forward with new tracks of their own
Dancehall star may still be allowed to record music in prison, but does his murder conviction signal the end of a genre?
The super-producers hype up raucous crowd with genre-hopping set and toilet paper blowers
1985 hit "Under Mi Sleng Teng" kickstarted revolution in Jamaican music
After a near 10-year absence, new shows and a single reissue are on the horizon
The rapper discussed design and new music at Miami's Art Basel last night
Disco legend discusses his new projects at Miami's Winter Music Conference