On the eve of his debut mixtape Dutch from the 5th, the London rapper opens up about the hard man memes, mental health stigma and memories of his late manager Fox.
The Me Gusta star on growing up in Rio De Janeiro’s favelas, lockdown birthdays and bonding with Cardi B.
This joint has served the likes of Ghetts, Headie One, D Block Europe and Jorja Smith. Perfectly presented pancakes and exotic fruit aside, it's earned a reputation for respecting Bow's music history.
The fast-rising “Queen of Drill” took to a London rooftop for the Lucent: APEX live sessions series.
Featuring slinky Afrobeats from Wizkid, a toxic relationship anthem from Claudia Valentina and the new band from Jay Som and Chastity Belt’s Annie Truscott.
“Covid secure” viewing pens, plastic bubbles and sit down raves. Desperate times call for desperate measures. THE FACE speaks to DJs and musicians who’ve had the strange pleasure of performing to masked punters this year.
The pop superstar has blessed us with her sixth studio album Positions – a raunchy love letter to her real estate beau.
The RnB singer’s new track 2Personal is a sharp-tongued breakup anthem.
DJ and journalist Ash Lauryn speaks to Waajeed about Detroit’s new music school, which is inspired by the radical techno collective, Underground Resistance.
The DJ and model delves into vintage grooves to stop your heart from growing cold.
Featuring Ariana Grande's surprise comeback track, a bonus treat from Yaeji and Pa Salieu's politically potent single B***k.
Three years after his unexpected viral fame, the bedroom musician has shared his woozy debut album, Wachito Rico.
Having postponed his star-studded album A Better Time, the Afropop artist is throwing himself into #EndSARS – the biggest protest movement in recent Nigerian history.
Their debut single Mommy Can’t Sleep is a hard-hitting blast of experimental rap.
Featuring a cathartic indie anthem from Beabadoobee, King Princess’s avatar-fronted return and the drill-dancehall link up between Loski and Popcaan.
Rebecca Black? Sega Bodega? The experimental pop artist walks us through their new album, jam packed with special guests.
Following a Billie Eilish cosign, the LA social media sensation kickstarted a music career. Her beautiful EP proves she’s got style and as well substance.
Featuring Junglepussy’s return, Overmono’s adrenaline-fuelling production and a confident debut from Priya Ragu.
Watch the Grammy-nominated artist record the song at the not-too-shabby Geejam studios, Jamaica, last year.
After experimenting on previous mixtapes, the London rapper has added more melodic styles to his repertoire without compromising his sound.
July 1996: Things won’t ever be quite the same for The Prodigy following the incredible success of that record. Where next for the fire-starting mob now they’ve torched the rock ‘n’roll blueprint?
Alongside making bassline bangers with the cheeky trio, the West Yorkshire MC is making a name for himself as a solo artist.