The LA-based singer who cut her teeth writing songs for Beyonce, Dua Lipa and Mary J. Blige unpacks her new semi-autobiographical Wasted Youth EP, for which the title track’s music video premieres on The Face today.
The Face cover star serves four sultry poses over Zoom for an assortment of Sketch Sesh regulars (and his long distance girlfriend Abby Roberts). It’s state of the art technology. Isn’t he dreamy?
With her forthcoming LP Couldn't Wait To Tell You set to drop this summer, the Texan-raised producer-songwriter teases two left-field, experimental tracks.
The master mane tamer shares four exclusive hair sculptures with The Face.
Atlanta’s Magic City is one of the world’s most famous strip clubs. Now, prompted by the coronavirus lockdown, it’s launched a live streaming platform. But how do you replicate the IRL magic online?
The founders of high-end streetwear label 424, SoCal’s go-to uniform kitter Noon Goons, and zine publishing imprint-turned-clothing brand Total Luxury Spa weigh in on creativity pre, during and post-Covid-19.
The soulful singer on life after lockdown, taking advice from Ed Sheeran and adventures within avocado-based cooking.
Over the coming weeks, The Face will introduce you to key workers from sectors across the UK. Here, 24-year-old courier Connor takes us onto the frontline of parcel delivery, as we spend a day dropping off essential goods around Leeds.
The San Francisco-raised, NYC-based musician was supposed to be filling the opening slot on Dua Lipa’s Future Nostalgia tour this weekend. She’s just dropped a woozy new track It’s My Fault instead.
The trap‘n’b artist – signed to Travis Scott’s Cactus Jack label – talks Astroworld, TikTok and horoscopes over the phone from his hometown Houston.
The Bytehouse sees the nation’s six biggest social media stars come together for a Big Brother-style, three month content lockdown. They'll be coming to a “For You Page” near you soon.
In the last four years, New York’s board-bearing sisterhood The Skate Kitchen has slammed into skating’s male-dominated spaces, spawning a new generation of girl shredders in the process. Now, the collective returns with a new HBO series – and a whole load of good vibes, too.
The biggest weed myths according to a Cannabis scientist, the future of weed according to a Cannabis lifestyle brand and the worst weed experience according to a stoner...
The Canadian R&B duo – singer Daniel Daley and producer Nineteen85 – return with their third album A Muse In Her Feelings, out today.
Global lockdowns are seeing the forced return of shared experiences. For hyper-personalised astrology apps, this is causing more chaos than mercury in retrograde.
The New Yorker blew up last year off the viral track Big Drip. Now with a Quavo and Lil’ Baby remix, new banger Wetty and an upcoming mixtape, the rapper is set to take over this year.
The Croydon hitmaker pulls no punches for The Face’s questionnaire.
The self-produced bedroom artist soundtracking life’s highs and lows.
As the founder of XL – the British record label that brought us The Prodigy, Dizzee Rascal, Adele, The White Stripes, Tyler, The Creator and more – releases his new multi-artist album under the name Everything Is Recorded and publishes his memoir, we take you on a wild ride through 30 years of groundbreaking music.
Devlin Wylde is a leading erotic hypnotist whose 30-minute tales of werewolf gangbangs and tentacle bath tub sex will supposedly make you cum again-and-again-and-again.
Bored at home? Then transport yourself to the bouncing streets of The Big Easy with Akasha Rabut’s debut photobook Death Magick Abundance.