The cheeky Mancunian takes centre stage for our third Revelations episode.
Taking centre stage for our ninth episode is bedroom gamer-cum-YouTube star, actor, boxer and rapper KSI. Is there anything he can’t do? You’ll have to watch the video to find out.
Taking the Revelations hot seat for our fifth episode is rapper Kojey Radical, where he talks nude beaches, herbs and the moment he realised he was gifted. There’s also a drum roll, too.
Blimey, 10 episodes already? Joining us for this blinding milestone is Estonian musician, Instagram joker and Rick Owens’ mate, Tommy Cash. We asked him how his love life’s going, he showed us an air snog. Enjoy!
Join us for the first episode of Revelations where we ask Rico Nasty if she’s... nasty (and a lot more).
In our second episode, the rapper busts a move, thinks about her favourite sandwich and attempts to tell us the meaning of life...
In our fourth episode the pop star sensation dreams about living in a non-digital world and gives advice to her younger self...
Of all the celebs that the BBC Radio 1Xtra DJ has met, who do you reckon got her really starstruck? It’s not who you think, that’s for sure.
“The best band of 2019” take the Revelations hot seat, and we talk atoms, Fiat 500s and... fajita stores.
The interviewer becomes the interviewee as the Chicken Shop Date host takes the Revelations hot seat for our eighth episode. Here we talk polo, salsa and Euphoria.
Beanie Feldstein takes the Revelations hot seat, and we talk llamas, British supermarkets and bagels.
A six month affair between the lead pastor of HillsongNYC and a mysterious woman sent the megachurch into a tailspin and scattered its celeb-heavy congregation – including the Biebers.
A 20-year-old star of the social media age, Beabadoobee is part of the first generation to have near-instant access to endless socio-cultural archives, using them to create a look that is as much Smashing Pumpkins as it is Lizzie McGuire. She is yesterday, today and, probably, tomorrow. She is MEGA.
On 9th April, after this article was originally written, Prince Philip died at the age of 99. It’s caused an outpouring of support on a human level. But until issues are addressed, it remains unlikely that many will be persuaded the institution is not racist.