Complex is a New York-based bi-monthly magazine that has expanded into a lifestyle website and media network for young men.
List of articles in the library
Snoop Doggy Dogg: Gangsters: Snoop Dogg and Michael Imperioli
Report and Interview by Amy Linden, Complex, 2004
"What is it about the gangster mythology...that grabs those of us, especially men outside 'the life'? What is about guys like (the late) John Gotti, ...
Interview by Amy Linden, Complex, 2004
IT'S A RAINY MARCH morning in NYC; the Beastie Boys are in the hiz-ouse or rather the photo studio and the topic on the table ...
Interview by Amy Linden, Complex, Summer 2004
WHEN KANYE WEST'S much-anticipated debut The College Dropout hit stores in early February, its blend of inventive production – via a by-now trademark predilection for ...
Heavy D. & the Boyz: Why Heavy D. Matters
Obituary by Michael A. Gonzales, Complex, 10 November 2011
Though many remember him as "the overweight lover," Heavy D was much more than one of hip-hop's first pop stars. He made some of his ...
Don Cornelius: Love, Peace, and Hair Grease: Remembering Soul Train's Don Cornelius
Retrospective by Michael A. Gonzales, Complex, 2 February 2012
Artists from Ad-Rock of the Beastie Boys to Charlie Wilson of the Gap Band reminisce about the life and legacy of the late Don Cornelius, whose show ...
Cypress Hill, D'Angelo, The Notorious B.I.G., Snoop (Doggy) Dogg, Tricky: Blunted On Reality: A Journalist Recalls Smoking With Snoop Dogg, Biggie, Cypress Hill & More
Memoir by Michael A. Gonzales, Complex, 20 April 2012
"Most marijuana smokers are Negroes, Hispanics, jazz musicians, and entertainers, Their satanic music is driven by marijuana."— Harry J. Anslinger, America's First Drug Czar ...
Nas: The Golden G's: On Nas and Aging in Hip-Hop
Report and Interview by Michael A. Gonzales, Complex, 10 September 2013
How Nas has been able to stay relevant through 20 years in hip-hop. ...
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