Following their closure last week, RBMA has published a free catalogue of interviews, videos and music lectures that took place during their 20-year history, featuring a range of artists from the MN2S roster.
Following the closure of RBMA and Red Bull Radio, the company have shared a free digital archive that contains lectures from and interviews with some of the most influential artists, producers and DJs from the last 50 year: MN2S talents such as Marshall Jefferson, A Guy Called Gerald, Bok Bok, Ron Trent, Chip E, Arthur Baker, DJ Slugo, Slick Rick, Jazzie B, Ice-T and Just Blaze all feature.
These legendary artists can be found on our live roster and DJ roster, featuring influential names from across hip-hop, house, soul, techno, funk, garage, EDM and more.
Click here to browse the RBMA content archive.
Red Bull Music Academy was a musical institution that saw a five-week event series take place in a different city each year, encompassing lectures, workshops and interviews along with club nights, art installations and performances open to the public. RBMA invited up-and-coming producers, artists, DJs and musicians to participate in educational experiences with world-renowned artists from across all genres, recording and publishing these lectures and interviews online and enabling creatives all over the world to benefit and learn from these resources.