The Face met with legendary hitman Pharrell Williams and Beats by Dre president Luke Wood for a special recording studio sit-down in Miami.
The breakthrough Brooklyn rapper and his UK producer 808Melo discuss drill music as a global movement.
The rising poet-rapper has the Hollowman cosign.
The auto-tune singer and post-digital Renaissance man talks collaboration, personal discovery, and staying true to his vision on his debut solo album.
“The best band of 2019” take the Revelations hot seat, and we talk atoms, Fiat 500s and... fajita stores.
He’s the biggest, most secretive British musician you’ve possibly never heard of. And, after breaking records, he’s now breaking his interview silence here.
The heavyweight London rapper has been living it up in Dubai.
The south London House of Pharaohs member is flying solo with his debut mixtape Sorry You Were Saying.
The Atlanta-via-Detroit DJ does house and techno that’s good for the soul.
How a Londoner from round these parts became Hollywood’s go-to soundtrack composer and Thom Yorke’s text-mate.
The best contemporary music – updated with new tunes from Stormzy, Bad Bunny, Nasty Cherry and God Colony.
The Jamaican star talks hustling, fresh talent and being shot in the back.
Since entering the grime scene, the rapper has skyrocketed to stardom, pissing off right-wing politicians and fighting for the rights of the British public along the way.
Take it from the leftfield grime producer, Edinburgh is more than just a hub for middle-class mums during Fringe.
It’s been 30 years since the fall of The Berlin Wall. Since post-reunification subcultures bloomed like flowers growing from the rubble, the city has become a destination for EasyJet ravers who put millions of Euros into the economy.
The best contemporary music – featuring new additions from J Balvin, Shanti Celeste and South London newcomer Darkoo.
In the 2010s, the trap beat became one of the defining signatures of contemporary music. Simon Reynolds traces its migration from the streets of Atlanta to the pop charts, spawning scenes across the globe.
The 23-year-old is the biggest artist in R&B. So why does she want her old day job back?
The off-beat LA rapper spitting bars about race cars, Tony Hawk and coca cola lovers.
Daisy Jones’ contribution to Glastonbury 50 – the new book celebrating five decades of the festival – is a tribute to its late-night antics, the clubs and stages that make the site’s southwest corner come alive after dark.
His latest single Still Sun drops today. Listen to find out what the hype is all about.
Tyler, the Creator’s LA festival is just too much fun.