Get to know Sie7etr3 with their drill, dembow and baile funk blended sounds.
If ever there’s a time to call up Chuck D, it’s in this burning trash can of a moment. The leader of legendary rap group Public Enemy is as politically and socially conscious as ever on the eve of their 15th studio album, What You Gonna Do When the Grid Goes Down?.
Featuring rising Nigerian artist Tems, Atlanta alt-country strummer Faye Webster and the Sie7etr3 crew’s co-leader Chucky73.
Bad Boy Chiller Crew’s debut mixtape is a joyride through provincial Britain
Stints in prison almost derailed his career. Now the rising star is getting a second chance.
This mix commemorates Emerson’s techno career while welcoming a new, more pop-leaning phase.
The LA-based producer has collaborated on tunes with the likes of Charli XCX, Haim and Bon Iver, seamlessly moving between funk, electronica and hip-hop.
Volume 4 Issue 4: Emerson moved from San Francisco to Berlin in the 2010s, quickly becoming one of most adventurous talents on the European techno circuit. Now she’s embracing her inner pop kid in LA – and wondering if clubbing as we know it will ever return.
Pa Salieu’s back with a banger, Davido has a message for the haters and Avalon Emerson releases a synth-pop cover that will catch you by surprise.
Volume 4 Issue 004: Rapper. Father. Superstar. Performer. Punk. Gamer. Collaborator. Stoner. Record-breaker. Believer. Protester. Leader... Dog-owner? Just who is Travis Scott?
In the run up to his debut LP, the 22-year-old musician is taking a closer look at his upbringing (with the help of Kacy Hill) on a new track, Jesus.
The California-based artist specialises in nourishing synth music inspired by watching birds fly in the mornings and the wind that blows treetops.
Featuring a stomping sex tune from Shygirl, a serotonin-boosting track from SZA and Ty Dolla $ign and a remix of Sech's Relación.
The UK rap star talks us through the silky neosoul, dancehall-inspired drill and the OFB crew members on the One Records roster.
The London-based artists on their just released, genre-defying second mixtape, NOSMOKEVOL2.
The Iranian-Dutch musician on self-love, Shabrang and finding her true self.
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.