Hip-hop artists have been celebrating the religion in their songs for decades. But recent controversies have got Muslims wondering where the line needs to be drawn.
February 1994: Snoop Doggy Dogg is currently America’s top rap star. He’s also due to be tried later this year as an accessory to murder. In his first interview with the British press, he tells us whether the gangsta life celebrated on his records has now become reality.
Rap shows used to encourage a play-it-cool attitude. So why have they become more like punk and metal gigs?
Review: The rapper has rapidly shot to fame this year. His new LP has the feel of a major label debut, with more self-reflection and the obvious big name guests.
The Tottenham rapper has transcended the UK drill scene and climbed the charts. He speaks to The Face about family, success and a growing sense of responsibility.