With the encouragement of a creative family that includes the African Giant himself, Burna Boy, the singer is determined to spread positive vibes.
Queen Bey released her highly-anticipated visual album via Disney+ last week. Writer Kemi Fatoba and friends weigh in on why we need to manage our expectations and support Bey at the same time.
A brand new ballad bop from Billie Eilish, smooth vocals from Jorja Smith and the latest from poetic punk band Fontaines D.C.
The soul singer’s debut project Life Works Out...Usually is a soothing remedy to these turbulent times.
The BBC Radio 1 DJ and Deviation co-founder shares his mix with tracks inspired by Morgan Simpson and Pa Salieu's musical journeys.
Drake earns his UK drill credentials, Dua Lipa joins forces with J Balvin and Bad Bunny, and Dean Blunt reprises Babyfather.
Minneapolis-based, Sudanese-American artist Dua Saleh celebrates the most exciting performers coming out of their hometown.
Springsteen, Bon Iver and Justin Timberlake are among those who’ve escaped to the wilderness to grow a beard and wrestle with their soul. Swift’s surprise album captures a romanticised rural feeling without peddling a solitary genius narrative.
Five billion TikToks. 796 million Spotify plays. Roses – a song Beyoncé turned down – is one of the biggest tracks of 2020. The artist behind it reveals how the hype could have crushed him.
Featuring slick summer funk from Pink Sweat$, a lockdown love song by Koffee and a synthpop tearjerker from Troye Sivan.
Black Midi’s energetic drummer and Coventry’s fast-rising rapper discuss their childhoods, their musical roots, and the the communities that surround them.
Songs and ideas pour out of the prolific Yorkshire musician. No wonder FKA twigs, Jockstrap and Young Turks can’t get enough of him. Now, at last, he’s sharing them with us, too.
On the day of the release of her Honey Dijon-mixed club-ready track, Sweating, the rising 26-year-old musician talks us through her sonic roots.
The Face went on the road with the crew comprised of Sherelle, Jossy Mitsu, Dobby, FAUZIA, LCY and Yazzus as they shook up the UK club scene.
A station born out of a global crisis, No Signal began its life as a live stream of a night cancelled due to the lockdown. Now, a raft of young DJs and presenters brought together by JoJo Sonubi are serving a diversity of sounds while raising funds to facilitate a proper studio to call home.
Featuring slick Afropop from Darkoo, happy/sad house from Jayda G and glitchy RnB courtesy of Haich Ber Na.
The muse, rapper, actor, chartered accountant and gender equality activist is getting ready for the big league.
Renowned for his skill and his distinctive flow, the West London rapper is overcoming setbacks and striving for another taste of commercial success.
Radio Al Hara is Palestine’s new cultural platform and is hosting a 72-hour broadcast in opposition to Israel’s plan to annex up to 30% of the West Bank.
The rapper introduces us to the guests on his new mixtape IDK & Friends 2.