Featuring Kamo Mphela’s hip-shaking amapiano, Dave’s heavyweight UK rap possee cut and Lorde’s soothing stoner ballad.
It appears the rapper has temporarily taken over the 71,000 capacity stadium to put the finishing touches on his 10th studio album, DONDA.
To mark his 28th birthday, the star will stand wax-shoulder to wax-shoulder with Adele, Ariana Grande and, um, Napoleon Bonaparte. Just another one to add to the growing CV, eh?
His 10th studio album, currently titled after his late mother, Donda, is rumoured to still be in the process of completion. But that didn’t stop patrons flooding into Atlanta’s Mercedes Benz Stadium last night.
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Yorkshire’s brass, beats and grooves polymath brings us 11 tracks for a long (sensibly) hot summer, blending Thundercat, Roy Ayers and Madlib.
The rapper is set to release his tenth studio album, Donda, tomorrow – and he’s enlisted America’s fastest woman for the No Child Left Behind video.
THE FACE joins the surreal musician in London as he kicks off his campaign ahead of his genre-bending latest track, Mid.
Bangers. Loads and loads of absolute bangers.
Featuring ericdoa and glaive’s defiant hyperpop, Billie Eilish’s shadowy new single and Dave’s understated comeback track.
November 1996: The Spice Girls. You may very well laugh when they say they’re on a mission to empower the women of the world, but more than a million people in Britain appear to believe them. Just who exactly do they think they are?
The Zimbabwe-born singer talks South African party culture, Nigerian amapiano and collaborating with the best producers in the scene.
The hotly-tipped animator talks rap fandom, weird aesthetics and the Christmas collab with DMX that could have been.
Put your horns up, bang your head, whip your hair. The 20-year-old pop-punk hero has arrived.
The London artist has teamed up with Vegyn for her debut project, SHILOH: Lost for Words.
Featuring filthy club rap from Shygirl and slowthai, Bella Shmurda’s feel-good Afrobeats and Brent Fayiaz’s irresistible R&B.
The London-based DJ blends West African hits with slick amapiano tracks.
With co-signs from the likes of Grimes and H.E.R., the BRIT school alum has dropped her debut EP, We Speak of Tides.
Chal Ravens’ column includes Ben UFO's New Zealand DJ set alongside mixes by Ripatti, Baba Stiltz and a tribute to beloved New York venue SorryClubTV.
We unpack the songs the Godfather of pop-punk has created through his decades-spanning career.
Featuring Aitch's comeback banger, Sherelle's emotive production and Little Simz's collab with the mysterious band SAULT.
Every month, Wale Oloworekende covers the continent's most exciting releases and music news stories for THE FACE.
Along with the Nyege Nyege collective, the Kampala-based DJ has nurtured the local party culture and created a buzz overseas.
Close-Up: The Brits’ Best British Female is back with deliciously confident, club-ready banger Let Them Know. Having battled with stress and anxiety following her biggest year so far, she’s ready to step back into the spotlight.