The documentary will be arriving in theaters and the streaming service Hulu on July 2.
Common hit reset on hip-hop with his ‘Like Water For Chocolate’ album, paying tribute to the black trailblazers who came before him.
The annual ‘Roots Jam Session’ will be live-streamed for the first time as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic restrictions.
The Roots co-founder will explore DJ techniques, and help students curate the perfect playlist on MasterClass.
A watershed moment in hip-hop, ‘Things Fall Apart’ combined the raw energy of The Roots’ live shows with peerless production to birth a classic album.
Academy Award-winner Common is set to executive produce the untitled project.
The film, about the 1969 concerts that became known as Black Woodstock, won both the US Documentary Competition’s Grand Jury Prize and Audience Awards.
Released in 2000, 'Voodoo' still stands as a wildly innovative, forward-thinking, and challenging record.
The cornerstone Roots album will be made available on vinyl in a deluxe 3LP and 4LP package to be released on March 12.
The Roots’ ‘Do You Want More?!!!??!’ brought an ambitious sense of experimentation to hip-hop, revealing what a live band could do with the genre.
Questlove will make his directorial debut with his documentary about the 1969 Harlem Cultural Festival, also known as ‘Black Woodstock.’
In their historic return to Def Jam Recordings, the group’s new album will feature the Beastie Boys, Nas, George Clinton, among many others.
“Public Enemy songs are forever sonic prints in the sands of time. And it’s time – it’s necessary – to bring the noise again from a place called home.”
“I always felt as if I possessed only a mere fraction of your true gift and potential,” shared Black Thought.
‘The Tipping Point’ is populated by hip-hop’s forgotten heroes, and catches The Roots still finding their place in the pop culture pantheon.