#ICYMI: All The Things You've Missed On OKP This Week [Apr. 23 - Apr. 29]
Had a busy week? Of course you did, you’re an American, being put to work for longer hours than you can stand is the American way. Doesn’t mean you should miss out on all the other million cool things that go on in and around the world. With that in mind, we figured we’d keep you up to speed with a weekend recap titled In Case You Missed It (ICYMI for the folks in the back). This weekend’s installment is a compendium of content that features a tribute to one of the greatest musicians alive in Prince Rogers Nelson, more details about DAMN. from Kendrick Lamar and we have a host of other items that you should check out as well.
Don’t get left behind, guys. Catch up with the news you missed out on and don’t forget to follow us @Okayplayer.
Our very own Elijah C. Watson commemorates the 25th anniversary of the Los Angeles riots by sharing his own thoughts on black anger in America.
We continue our coverage of the wild, but necessary Los Angeles riots as our night editor, Dimas Sanfiorenzo, interviews T.J. Martin and Daniel Lindsay about L.A. ’92.
Our favorite neighborhood managing editor, Kevito Clark, was able to interview the showrunner behind Netflix’s Dear White People. She also answers the hot button question about the ’90s classic sitcom, Living Single.
The two of the most hard working creatives in the game sit down with author Ben Greenman to talk about being inspired by their careers + what they would do without it.
The Maharajah of Melody, SZA, has been steadfast through delay of her project, CTRL, for a good reason: she signed a deal with RCA Records.
Launching our spring fashion collection, we are unveiling it with a 1999 concert tour tee from The Roots‘ 1999 Grammy Award winning album, Things Fall Apart.
It’s been a year since Prince has left us and the record labels keep finding a way to push his name out there.
When asked if she would ever run for the presidency of the United States, Michelle “Golden Arms” Obama had an interesting retort for the rumor mill.
The Gorillaz are back with their newest album, which you can listen to here on the link above.
To commemorate SZA‘s RCA deal, they release a video and new song for “Love Galore,” which features Travis Scott and is food for your eardrums.
The homie J. Period drops two projects for the price of one.
Listen to this funkdafied groove from Anderson .Paak.
Williamsburg’s finest has dropped this live acoustic video, which you should check out.
These funk, live instrumentalist players are looking at the bigger picture in their new video from their latest project.
The legendary Southern playa, gets ballistic on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, and premieres a new song alongside Sleepy Brown.