Featuring a cathartic indie anthem from Beabadoobee, King Princess’s avatar-fronted return and the drill-dancehall link up between Loski and Popcaan.
Spike Lee is now showing a sunnier face to the world, yet he’s making another film without a happy ending.
To celebrate Black History Month, we’ve dug through our 40 years-deep back-catalogue to find interviews and profiles with the world’s greatest talents across film, music, fashion and the arts. Over the coming weeks we’ll be posting a selection of these FACE encounters with the best of the best. Creative, resilient and revolutionary: these are our Archive Heroes.
Featuring Junglepussy’s return, Overmono’s adrenaline-fuelling production and a confident debut from Priya Ragu.
Yesterday, protestors gathered in London and Abjua, Nigeria, including Wizkid, Burna Boy and Davido, to call for the abolishment of SARS – a corrupt unit of the Nigerian police force. Here's what went down in the capital.
Jorja Smith enlists Popcaan for her dancehall-inspired single, DaBaby does disco with Dua and 21 Savage revives the Savage Mode sound.
The NYC-based producer specialises in hypnotic dembow rhythms.
Featuring M.I.A.’s show-stealing verse on Franchise, a cheeky bassline banger from Bad Boy Chiller Crew, plus object blue and TSV1’s hard-hitting body music.
Featuring rising Nigerian artist Tems, Atlanta alt-country strummer Faye Webster and the Sie7etr3 crew’s co-leader Chucky73.
The LA-based producer has collaborated on tunes with the likes of Charli XCX, Haim and Bon Iver, seamlessly moving between funk, electronica and hip-hop.
Pa Salieu’s back with a banger, Davido has a message for the haters and Avalon Emerson releases a synth-pop cover that will catch you by surprise.
The California-based artist specialises in nourishing synth music inspired by watching birds fly in the mornings and the wind that blows treetops.