The 19-year-old singer is spinning pop gold and has the Billboard charts in his crosshairs – he just needs to get his own apartment.
How lockdown, mountains, therapy and bass shaped the Welsh artist’s new techno-pop album.
How do you top the pop album of 2020? By releasing an 18-track all-star remix collab only five months later. Dua Lipa, executive producer The Blessed Madonna and some of those special guests lift the lid and drop the needle on the party set we all need right now.
Follow Cardi B’s lead: listen to Milli’s Ho, Why Is You Here? mixtape and “turn that shit up!”
With a gold record for her monstrously streamed track Bitch from Da Souf, a cameo in the biggest music video of the year and co-signs aplenty, the 21-year-old rapper is poised for big things.
The 26-year-old south Londoner is making empowering tunes for all. Feel the self-love.
The singer-songwriter weathered a break-up, a handful of controversies and a revelatory diagnosis – and it’s all there on her years-in-the-making debut album.
For their upcoming third album, the punk band have collaborated with one of the hottest producers in hip-hop. We joint-Zoomed frontman Joe Talbot in Cardiff and Los Angeles-based Kenny Beats to discuss their unlikely collaboration – and to share with The Face mixtapes they made specially for each other. Aw, cute.
The artist’s new album Apollo puts a fresh spin on the Afrobeats sound and takes on matters of the heart.
He shoots, he scores, he listens to J Hus. England and Liverpool FC star Trent Alexander-Arnold shares the songs that power him.
After making fans out of Beyoncé and Snoop Dogg, the rising Alabama rapper has worked alongside Jamie Foxx on new Netflix film Project Power.
Dua gets a blockbuster club remix, Shenseea drops sultry dancehall and Miley Cyrus returns with a power pop banger.
The Face speaks to the trusted in-house shooters for Cardi B, Dua Lipa, The 1975, Björk and Post Malone.
Six much-loved independents – DFA, Ninja Tune, Stones Throw, Jazzy Sport, Public Possession and Ghostly International – have their own episode on Carhartt WIP’s new series. Host Chal Ravens picks out three standout tunes from each.
From FKA twigs, to Kehlani, Rico Nasty and Cardi B – there’s been a surge of cam girl and pole-dancing references in mainstream pop culture. In a pandemic, support for sex workers is crucial. But where’s the line between homage and appropriation?
Jack Marshall and CC.Wade talk us through piss-ups in the park and The Beast of Peckham Rye.
With in-person shoots no longer a viable option, Dua Lipa, Billie Eilish, and more are all entering the cool world of digital animation for their visuals.
Few UK rappers do visuals as well as Nines, and everyone’s talking about the classic rap references in the video for new single Clout. The Face speaks to the director and gets a BTS glimpse of the shoot.
The rapper and director shot to fame thanks to his bright aesthetic and carefree, goofball humour, but new album Limbo takes on darker and deeper themes. He talks to The Face about his immigrant parents, the case for police abolition and finally convincing Summer Walker to collaborate.
With gut punching vocals and her signature larger-than-life bubble ponytail, 18-year-old artist Griff is prepping for super stardom.
Featuring Cardi and Meg’s sex-positive smash, mean and melodic rap by Lil Baby and Lil Keed, plus a helium-fuelled love song from 654AR and FKA twigs.
The artist may only have two singles out, but after a five-year expedition honing her sound – during which she racked up a writing credit on a Grammy-nominated album and US series Empire – she’s finally ready to take over.
Inspired by fantasy, horror and anime, the experimental musician has worked with the likes of Rico Nasty and Kerwin Frost.
She received a Grammy nom before she even released her first single. And now the Swedish pop singer is moving out on her own.