THE FACE’s photographer spent some time with Knucks, Berwyn, Sainté and AG Club at the UK’s most energetic music festival.
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Photographer Bolade Banjo meets Rain: a self-styled “technomadic vampire” who eats raw steak and bone marrow, and drinks a glass of blood every morning. You can read more in the Winter issue of THE FACE, out now.
With the delayed Tokyo 2020 Olympics approaching, former sprinter and five-time British athletics champion Jeanette Kwakye highlights six female athletes using their platforms for good. What do they want, a medal? Well, yes, as a matter of fact, they do…
Featuring No Rome’s new supergroup, Darkoo’s heartbreak anthem and a Stormzy-assisted Ghanain drill remix.
Liv Little finds the 23-year-old Walsall-born singer-songwriter on the cusp of an extraordinary second act – and offering up her full self for the first time.
Featuring slick Afropop from Darkoo, happy/sad house from Jayda G and glitchy RnB courtesy of Haich Ber Na.
To celebrate Marlian Day, the rebellious hitmaker is broadcasting a gig from the National Theatre in Lagos.
Volume 4 Issue 3: Preview Supreme’s SS20 collection, as seen on a cast of London’s hot young artists, musicians, skateboarders and designers.
Volume 4 Issue 003: The London rapper is riding music’s global collaboration wave and fucking with gender in her own easy way.
Volume 4 Issue 002: He’s the bad boy of Nigerian music – a controversial hit machine who’s built an empire of loyal fans and topped the African charts. The youth love him and the press is obsessed with him. So why does the government want Naira Marley behind bars?
The culture clashing menswear designer explores heritage and identity in his debut collection with the iconic brand.
The Face delved inside the south London singer's “busy brain” for top tips on ultimate relaxation and finding The One.