Working For It
The megastar DJ and ComplexCon Night One headliner shares the lessons he’s learned from collaborating with Justin Bieber and Bruno Mars, clashing with deadmau5, and heading up his creative collective OWSLA.
The Art World’s Gift to Pop Culture
We spoke to the legendary Japanese pop artist, a member of the ComplexCon Host Committee alongside Pharrell Williams, about working with Kanye West and Louis Vuitton, his quest to outdo himself, and inspiring a younger generation.
Cares About Rap More Than You Do
Detroit’s Danny Brown, a featured guest at ComplexCon, is married to the game. “I don’t wanna lose this job,” he says. “It took so much time trying to be a rapper, and now that I am one, I gotta stay here. I don’t wanna lose this. I love it too much.”
Ain’t Worried About Scrapping ‘MC4’
The NYC rapper, a featured guest at ComplexCon, reveals why he had to cancel his sophomore album, his thoughts on Donald’s Trump’s Islamophobia, and his plans to start a label with Max B when he gets out of prison.
How the Duo Became the Go-To Artists for Kith, Usher, and Calvin Klein
Artist Daniel Arsham and architect Alex Mustonen—a.k.a. Snarkitecture—have worked with celebrities, labels, and now ComplexCon to bring their “outlandish” ideas to life. “When we’re approaching a project, we look to shift the use of materials and make them act in ways that an audience would not expect,” Arsham says. “That’s true for the project that we’re doing at ComplexCon.”