Grammy winning hip-hop artist Secret Agent 23 Skidoo’s Audible Original debut breaks down the main components of songwriting and performing while paying homage to cultures with strong musical impact.
Caleb Azumah Nelson's lyrical debut brings you inside the mind of a young British Black man discovering himself through love and art.
America's iconic cellist examines his path in life and the role of art and music in helping us heal from a year of burnout and universal grief.
Rebecca Carroll's new Audible Original podcast challenges stereotypes set against Black women and Black bodies through the lens of Billie Holiday's extraordinary, tumultuous, and beautiful life.
Debut author Dawnie Walton crafts a beautiful blend of voices—brought to life by a huge cast—to tell an epic tale of a 1970s musical duo who burned bright, and ultimately illuminated race, class, and gender issues in America.
On a track from the band’s new album ‘Ok Human’, frontman Rivers Cuomo surprised even us with his deep love for audiobooks. When we recovered, we asked him for the scoop.
Artful and engaging, the world-famous pianist’s favorite listens are music to our ears.
Grammy-nominated songwriter, vocalist, and composer Rufus Wainwright uses music, humor, and a forthright manner to tell his story in 'Road Trip Elegies.'
The global pop star who rocketed onto the scene in 1995 with the album 'Jagged Little Pill' resists reduction and instead embraces her multitudinal self.
Acclaimed author Bill Konigsberg crafts a complete narrative exploring depression and suicide in his speculative and moving novel about two struggling teens.
She's an artist so well-known that she can go by one name but with her new memoir Mariah Carey is finally revealing the experiences that made her who she is today, bringing her voice, insight, and musicality to this thoroughly engrossing audiobook.
Watch (or read) Audible high school intern N'Kaela Webster's interview with world-famous griot Alhaji Papa Susso, and see him perform one of his songs.