Put your horns up, bang your head, whip your hair. The 20-year-old pop-punk hero has arrived.
The hotly-tipped animator talks rap fandom, weird aesthetics and the Christmas collab with DMX that could have been.
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.
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.
Along with the Nyege Nyege collective, the Kampala-based DJ has nurtured the local party culture and created a buzz overseas.
The North Manchester artist is dropping his debut EP Ma Mood via NQ Records.
The saxophonist and band leader has been at the centre of London’s jazz renaissance. Now starring in Bottega Veneta’s latest campaign, she chats to THE FACE about her music and style inspirations.
Featuring Mabel’s dance-pop comeback, Tyler, the Creator’s gritty rap track and Wesley Joseph’s reunion with Jorja Smith.
The UK Afrobeats hitmakers are running Accra’s hottest new venue, where Headie One and Stormzy have been seen propped at the bar.
Vans shoes and Dickies at the ready: a new wave of social media-savvy artists have brought the style back – and the scene's much more inclusive this time, too.
The Preston musician and Fixed Abode label head presents a soothing showcase of the imaginative artists in his area.
Featuring Doja Cat’s spaceage sex raps, Lorde’s beach-friendly grooves and emotive experimentalism from Space Afrika and Blackhaine.
The multi-hyphenate artist is best known for his slick production work for NiNE8 Collective. Yesterday, he released his debut solo EP – Make It Thru – a compelling blend of hazy vocals set against a backdrop of hip hop beats and indie rock instrumentals.
Five things: the musician and memoirist shares her most treasured items that will never end up selling for peanuts on eBay.
Pa Salieu and slowthai join forces, Bad Bunny sings in Japanese and Billie Eilish has harsh words for a rubbish ex.