From Doja Cat and Lil Nas X to horrorcore pioneers Three 6 Mafia, rappers have long courted controversy by using satanic imagery in their work. But in a society that demonises Black people, it's not all for the shock factor.
100%: The North London musician has largely remained behind the scenes over the last few years. Now he’s stepping out on his own, with a synthy, electronica-dipped sound in tow.
Since breaking through in the mid-2010s, the Atlanta-raised singer-rapper has specialised in icy tales of messy relationships. But on Since I Have a Lover, his first album in more than four years, he’s showing growth – and a desire to talk more openly with the boys.