Lil Keed is rap’s hungriest superstar
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Lil Keed is rap’s hungriest superstar

“Music gets you through everything, bro.” The Atlanta-based rapper tells Document why he's a product of pain, ambition, and the Cleveland Avenue streets.

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Yo La Tengo’s new dual releases reflect on a sonically expansive past
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Yo La Tengo’s new dual releases reflect on a sonically expansive past

30 years on, the celebrated indie band is able to take itself apart and put itself back together, as indie rock, bluegrass, drone, or whatever they dream themselves into next.

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Dorian Electra is executing their queer agenda—and reclaiming fedoras in the process
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Dorian Electra is executing their queer agenda—and reclaiming fedoras in the process

With their new project ‘My Agenda’, the genre-subverting artist is turning toxic masculinity on its head.

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Identity in isolation: Guen Fiore and Rubina Marchiori explore the liberating potential of being alone
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Identity in isolation: Guen Fiore and Rubina Marchiori explore the liberating potential of being alone

The photographer and stylist investigate self-identity in this fashion portfolio for Document Online

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“When I look at you, do you see me?” Painter Amoako Boafo urges us to consider the complexities of blackness
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“When I look at you, do you see me?” Painter Amoako Boafo urges us to consider the complexities of blackness

For Document No. 16, curator Osei Bonsu spoke with the painter about his upbringing in Ghana, creating space for black expression in Vienna, and balancing...

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