As he releases his new five track EP, Truth Be Sold, the London-via-Brooklyn rapper talks misguided materialism and how we’re all just another piece in the puzzle.
As well as entertaining millions, the Scottish novelist has shocked, repulsed and pissed off a legion of readers since the early ’90s. Now he’s on a mission to find new meaning in affrontery in Sky doc Offended by Irvine Welsh.
In her self-produced Channel 4 documentary The Boy Next Door, the Capital Xtra DJ sheds light on the childhood that shaped her and how it feels to hold onto grief for 20 years.
In the last year, ex-music manager Jerald Cooper has built a steady IG following by bridging the gap between Black culture and midcentury modern architecture. Now, he’s released a fancy deck of flashcards to teach you about your neighbourhood, and he’s got a lot more up his sleeve...
How Lena Dunham, HBO and a show that’s “The Wolf of Wall Street meets Melrose Place” made a star of the 24-year-old newcomer.
Social justice slides are dominating Instagram right now, but Adapt – the platform’s original “Climate Club” – is galvanising its online community with impactful, IRL activism, too.
Designer duo Alex Haddad and Skylar Newman are mixing dance, religious iconography, swimwear and prayerful music into one intoxicating whole.
The 19-year-old newcomer talks Hollywood dreams, big boss energy and taking on a shelved single from Selena Gomez.
The 24-year-old actor recommends bingeing his Christmas in New York rom-com and makes a case for watching 1948 classic Bicycle Thieves.
Like baked beans, banging slogans and donating to a good cause? Then this graphic tee giving 50 per cent of its proceeds to food banks around London is for you.
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