THE FACE headed to the Soweto township in South Africa to check the temperature of the red-hot music genre.
With rapid beats and head-turning dance moves, the Newark genre has found a natural home on the app. Its influence is spreading far and wide.
Rated by THE FACE: a playlist featuring Potter Payper, Yeat, Kam-Bu and Ariana Grande.
100%: Following the runaway success of his and Eliza Rose’s Number One hit, Zach Bruce has a fresh UKG compilation up his sleeve.
Rated by THE FACE: a playlist featuring Bktherula, Lana Del Rey, Beabadoobee and Role Model.
100%: The 21-year-old took over TikTok with Us Against the World, a trapper’s take on Bonnie and Clyde. We quizzed him on all the things he loves.
The former FACE cover star surprised her fans last night with a secret V-day party at Camden's Hawley Arms, in celebration of her new single Glue Song.
Our team reviews the highs and the lows of two massive music events on either side of the Atlantic.
A romantic roundup of classics and crowd-pleasers from south of the Sahara.
Rated by THE FACE: a playlist featuring Two Shell, Central Cee, Ayra Starr and slowthai.
100%: Dimes Square’s favourite musician dishes the dirt on his biggest pet peeves and getting bitten by a napkin-crazed dog.
All the tea from Rih’s pre-Super Bowl halftime show press conference, including (tiny) clues about upcoming music.
As she gears up to perform at the BRITs this weekend, where she’s nominated for three awards, the South London chart-topper chats about her massive breakthrough.
Rated by THE FACE: a playlist featuring PinkPantheress & Ice Spice, Yves Tumor, Nia Archives and P-rallel.
Armed with sunglasses and Berghain entry tips, the new wave ravers are spilling all the secrets.
THE FACE Podcast will cover the biggest stories in music, movies, fashion and politics.
In an excerpt from his new book The North Will Rise Again, Alex Niven traces a lineage from the Beatles and Factory Records, to the psychedelic thinkers enduring the political landscape of today.
Rated by THE FACE: a playlist featuring Lil Yachty, Slowthai, Avalon Emerson and Rosalía.
After filling the airwaves with middle-of-the-road ballads, the British star signalled a more risky era with Unholy. New album Gloria plays it disappointingly safe, but Smith’s effort in queering the mainstream can’t be knocked.
Rated by THE FACE: A playlist featuring Ice Spice, Yaeji, Overmono and Headie One.
The enigmatic musician is emerging from the shadows to perform at this year’s Coachella. Despite his lack of self-promotion, his music has stayed fresh in the memories of a generation.
The North Londoner has impressed KSI and Mia Khalifa with his viral track, Number One Candidate.
100%: The afropop singer is one of the hottest musicians in Nigeria right now – and she’s only got two songs out.