Loosely based on the rise of City Girls, Issa Rae’s latest TV show celebrates rap’s “bad bitch renaissance” while taking on sexism in the industry. About time, we say.
The release of Kendrick Lamar’s fearless double album is one of the biggest cultural events of 2022. Here, THE FACE analyses some of the rapper’s deepest bars.
Digital Cover: He’s scored seven Top 10 singles, a spot on Forbes’ 30 Under 30 and is one of the most-talked-about rappers in the UK. As he prepares to release his debut album, we meet Aitch to find out why home will always be where the heart is.
The indie rocker and producer shares his recent hip-hop faves.
Digital cover: While hip-hop’s trends have come and gone, the veteran rapper has never gone out of fashion. In his interview with THE FACE, he praises Kanye West and Pharrell for keeping his sound fresh on new album It’s Almost Dry.
The Kyiv-based artist made a name for herself with hard-hitting hip-hop and off-the-wall humour. Now, her focus is sustaining morale in a war zone.