Alongside making bassline bangers with the cheeky trio, the West Yorkshire MC is making a name for himself as a solo artist.
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Inspired by fantasy, horror and anime, the experimental musician has worked with the likes of Rico Nasty and Kerwin Frost.
With the encouragement of a creative family that includes the African Giant himself, Burna Boy, the singer is determined to spread positive vibes.
The soulful songwriter is releasing a project that's been in the making for four years. Here's the first look at the video for the beautiful lead track.
This week, a string of new songs amplified the protests against police brutality.
To celebrate Marlian Day, the rebellious hitmaker is broadcasting a gig from the National Theatre in Lagos.
Shanghai's 44KW nightclub recently reopened, welcoming the city’s fashion-conscious ravers onto disinfected dancefloors while sending a beacon of hope to the global clubbing community.
Within less than a year of making music, Unknown T caught the kind of buzz that every UK MC dreams of. Then, at the peak of his career, he lost his freedom. In this exclusive interview, he talks continuing his comeback – with new material that tells his side of the story.
The studio has hosted the likes of Drake and Harry Styles. The Face joined Cadenza for a blissful week of spontaneous sessions with Jorja Smith, Kasien, Miraa May, Aminé and many more. Watch the full film directed by Marcus McSweeney here.
The Spanish DJ, designer and stylist expresses her love for the rave.
Virgil, Tyler and Covid-19 – there’s a lot going on with the Griselda rapper’s new project Pray for Paris.
A new photography zine captures the Tottenham rappers’ summer block party.
The stars of the beloved Seek Treatment podcast paid a premature visit to The Face House in Miami.
The breakthrough rapper sits down with two thirds of No Vacancy Inn to debate how musicians can succeed with their integrity intact.
The DJ, producer and environmental toxicologist visited The Face House in Miami to discuss how we can be kinder to the earth we’re dancing on.
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 heavyweight London rapper has been living it up in Dubai.