What started as promotion for the N.W.A biopic has grown into a movement for social good.
Lauren DeLisa Coleman is a digi-cultural trend analyst who writes, speaks and consults about the intersection of popular culture trends and emerging tech usage. Her work has appeared in such media outlets as Business Insider and Huffington Post. She is also an on-air commentator for MSNBC.
Apple officially launched its new music streaming service Tuesday with a money-based subscription that may scare off a vital 62 million-person market: millennials.
Street-savvy shows featuring a healthy dose of hip-hop swagger and style are finding viewers far beyond the traditional black audience. You can thank the Millennials for that.
More than 25 years after N.W.A. rapped ‘fuck tha police,’ the musical genre of America’s urban culture has become powerful and global.
A new startup has created a miracle gadget that unites all your credit, debit and gift cards into a single card.
The Internet radio business is growing, with Apple the latest company to jump into the pool of competitors. But it’s not yet a ‘Pandora Killer.’
The music industry has been rocked by one tech innovation after another. But as Lauren Coleman reports, Google's entry could change everything, for artists and listeners alike.