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After surprising listeners this summer by announcing his departure from NTS Radio after 10 years, the London DJ has set up his own Do!! You!!! platform. THE FACE visits him as he draws up his new blueprint for organised chaos.
Over 2000 fans gathered for the UK drill star's first ever headline gig.
The Brighton rapper went viral with his show-stealing verse on Tion Wayne and Russ Millions’ hit, Body. Now, he’s working hard to sustain the buzz.
The writer and youth worker discusses the social significance of the UK drill, Afroswing and rap tracks referenced in his lauded book about serious youth violence.
After giving away physical copies of Doobee Zine at Beabadoobee’s sold-out show at London’s Kentish Town Forum last night, we’ve now made it available as a free download for all you fans.
The Coventry rapper is one of the UK's finest. Here are some highlights from his discography.
The cult singer-producer talks reconnecting with Playboi Carti, singing in Spanish with Bad Bunny and her forthcoming album.
The London artist has teamed up with Vegyn for her debut project, SHILOH: Lost for Words.
The self-proclaimed cheeky chappy proves his lyrical prowess on new song, Oliver Twist.
Benji B and Judah Afriyie discuss a new compilation which archives the spirit of the revered club night.
In the fifth of a week-long series, figures from music, art, food, sex work and education look back on a year that shook their fields. Here, the DJ, producer and label boss talks about keeping spirits high while the clubs are closed.
Set up by 24-year-old mogul Michael Adex – and fuelled by the success of chart-busting rapper Aitch – talent and entertainment company, NQ, embodies the same Mancunian spirit that’s been pulsing through the city since Factory Records.
Headie One’s close collaborator talks Twitter, artistic confidence and dinner in The Shard.
The Accra-based singer and producer talks signature dishes, classic Lil’ Kim looks and sending Trump to outer space.
The London-via-Sheffield songwriter steps into her fantasy world for the Lucent:APEX live sessions series.