Tag: Rhymesayers

Brother Ali

Brother Ali stands with struggling homeowners in “Work Everyday” video

Occupy Homes Minnesota has debuted a video for Brother Ali's solidarity anthem, "Work Everyday". ...

P.O.S

P.O.S gets weird with goats, fire-eaters, and contortionists in “Weird Friends” video

Rapper, rock musician, and Doomtree co-founder P.O.S may be suffering from issues with his ...

Interview: Aesop Rock on death, the rap scene, and being “old and weird”

The five years since Aesop Rock’s last solo record, None Shall Pass, have not ...

ALARM's 50 Favorite Songs of 2012

ALARM’s 50 (+5) Favorite Songs of 2012

Last month ALARM presented its 50 favorite albums of 2012, an eclectic, rock-heavy selection ...

ALARM's 50 Favorite Albums of 2012

ALARM’s 50 Favorite Albums of 2012

Another year, another torrential downpour of albums across our desks. As always, we encountered ...

P.O.S

Interview: P.O.S throws an anarchist dance party

Stefon Alexander’s latest as P.O.S, his hip-hop moniker, is a testament to his 360-degree ...

Review: P.O.S’s We Don’t Even Live Here

With his new album, Doomtree’s P.O.S delivers a different kind of beast, an electro-rap ...

Help P.O.S get a new kidney

On Friday, Doomtree’s P.O.S announced plans to cancel his fall tour due to ailing ...

Rap revolutionaries: P.O.S and Brother Ali explain political themes behind new albums

Rhymesayers hip-hop standouts P.O.S and Brother Ali recently were on Minnesota Public Radio to ...

Brother Ali

Review: Brother Ali’s Mourning in America and Dreaming in Color

Inspired by the MC's trip to Mecca during the Arab Spring, Mourning in America ...

Video: P.O.S’s “Fuck Your Stuff”

"Fuck Your Stuff," the first video from P.O.S's forthcoming We Don't Even Live Here, ...

Aesop Rock

Review: Aesop Rock’s Skelethon

The five years since Aesop Rock’s last album have not been kind to him, ...