2Pac, Biggie, Nas, Wu-Tang Clan, Missy, Outkast, Dre, Snoop: The 90s were a decade in which hip hop became one of the biggest genres in the world.
‘The Tipping Point’ is populated by hip-hop’s forgotten heroes, and catches The Roots still finding their place in the pop culture pantheon.
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.
On ‘Rising Down,’ The Roots delivered a call-to-arms, with Black Thought leading the charge and bringing some friends along for back-up.
The trailer initially premiered during the 93rd Academy Awards, which Questlove served as music producer for.
Out on May 21, the new record is the follow-up to the pianist, producer and composer's 'Flight' from 2018.
The visual begins with the band’s classic Monsters of Folk-assisted ‘Dear God 2.0.’
The book focuses on one song from each year between 1971 to 2021 and elucidate on how that track was informed by the politics and culture of that specific year.
The documentary will be arriving in theaters and the streaming service Hulu on July 2.
Poetic and provocative, Common rose from underground hip-hop to become the music’s fiercest custodian. The best Common songs reveal how.
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.
Before hip-hop and R&B got together, the rap ballad showed the softer side of hip-hop. The best hip-hop love songs prove that MCs need love too.
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.