The freewheeling dancehall artist has shot from local notoriety to global fame. THE FACE meets him as he stacks up more hits in Jamaica.
Following a banner year in 2020, the London-via-Doncaster DJ has shared their exhilarating new EP, Watch Out.
Filmed just three weeks before his death, you can watch it via TV One on 16th May.
Chal Ravens gathers April’s highlights featuring Theo Parrish’s epic NTS session, Hannah D’s euphoric trance chuggers and sets from Shannen SP and Wonja.
Audrey Nuna: “I’m addicted to making things. It gets me hard”
Burna Boy’s on blistering form, Billie Eilish has stripped it back and Little Mix have enlisted the help of some famous friends.
When she released her first single, drivers license, in January, Olivia Rodrigo immediately became the world’s biggest pop star. Ahead of her debut album, Sour, the 18-year-old discusses how her sound captured the hearts of teens the world over.
Dua Saleh’s back with hard-hitting rap, Smerz share a fan favourite and Lil Yachty flaunts his Michigan credentials.
Every month, Wale Oloworekende covers the continent's most exciting releases and music news stories for THE FACE.
The rising artist and label head channels the frustrations of his city’s creative scene on his debut album, Town’s Dead.
Featuring addictive hyperpop, lyrically dextrous UK rap and hi-tech soul from Detroit.
Benji B and Judah Afriyie discuss a new compilation which archives the spirit of the revered club night.
The weather’s warmer, freedom beckons and DJ Miley Serious has some club bangers to fire up the party mood.
The rapper talks ambitions for global success, cyberfraud allegations and pioneering a sound and dance that’s been embraced by Burna Boy and Beyoncé.
The London-via-Trinidad musician has survived immigration issues and homelessness. Now, he’s one of the most hyped new artists in the UK.
The Michigan city has bred a wave of artists with a raw sound and shocking humour, including Rio Da Young OG, Krispylife Kidd, YN Jay and Bfb da Packman.
Bree Runway's dropped an early summer sizzler, LCY's experimented with conceptual club music and Olivia Rodrigo has followed up the biggest song of the year.
Having lost her voice due to health issues, Tyson McVey has regained her creative confidence ahead of her new EP.
Chal Ravens gathers March’s highlights with sets from Sherelle, Space Afrika, DJ Florentino and many more.
Featuring satanic flamenco courtesy of Lil Nas X, Backroad Gee’s explosive chemistry with NSG and nightmarish prog-punk by black midi.
The musician and model opens up on his debut EP, DRIST.
In the fifth of a week-long series, figures from music, art, food, sex work and education look back on a year that shook their fields. Here, the DJ, producer and label boss talks about keeping spirits high while the clubs are closed.
The CEO of Manchester’s NQ company shared his story in a conversation hosted by the University of Salford.
Featuring Rema’s booty-bouncing anthem, Yaw Tog’s Stormzy-assisted Sore remix and Niniola’s confessional R&B.