Up-and-coming UK rapper slowthai takes Manchester’s O2 Ritz by storm leaving fans yearning for more
Contributor Jack Greeney reviews Post Malone’s highly anticipated the arena performance, but were even the greatest fans underwhelmed?
Ghetts has been a mainstay of the grime scene since 2003, so do his performances still match the energy of fifteen years ago?
Oakland-born rapper Daveed Diggs of Hamilton fame joined forces with poet-come-rapper Rafael Casal to write and star in Blindspotting.
Dylan James highlights the significance of Sound Cloud for upcoming artists and how it was vital a platform to some of the biggest musicians in the industry
The King of the North headlines two live shows at The Mayfield Depot as part of a special collaboration with The Warehouse Project
Late rapper Lil Peep’s posthumous release is a bittersweet continuation of his legacy, full of emotional weight and genre-merging swagger, writes Jake Oliver
Kit Delamain catches up with The Manor for a chat just before they take to the stage at their sold out show at The Deaf Institute.
Dave’s debut album takes listeners on an emotional exploration of race, relationships and mental health with staggering honesty and brilliant execution, writes Josh Sandy
Jasmine Bennett writes that AJ Tracey proves he really is ‘Doing It’ again with his newly dropped eponymous debut album
The O2 Ritz will host renowned rapper Yasiin Bey to perform, in full, his acclaimed album ‘The Ecstatic’ writes Ashwin Tharoor
Rapper Serengeti has been working on fictional character Kenny Dennis for over 12 years. His newest record was released alongside a screenplay and finally closes off this hip hop Odyssey.
Jasmine Bennett previews Kojaque’s arrival in Manchester at YES which is set to bless our ears with smooth Irish-accented hip-hop.
Tempest stretches the boundaries of spoken word, writing and rap. Her work is a brutally honest depiction and she’s only getting better at telling it.
Jasmine Bennett reviews Yung Lean’s latest EP, Poison Ivy, which offers up eight-tracks of melancholic vocals and rhythmic beats.
Legendary Lauryn Hill’s album ‘The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill’ turns 20, but is still timeless, recalls contributor Tara Bharadia