A review of up-and-coming Australian artist Mallrat’s most recent single ‘Surprise Me’, featuring Azealia Banks.
A review of ’23’, the new project by West London rapper Central Cee.
Head Theatre Editor Jay Darcy interviews influencer, music artist and twerk dancer, Jojo Guadz, also known as the Prince of Twerk, in the eighth feature of his social media series
“I come from golden histories not horrible histories” Contributor Cameron Christie talks to Pa Salieu about Coventry, Culture and his new mixtape Send Them to Coventry
“Messaging between broken screens… Four-thirty in the morning” – George Blumenthal explores Flyboy Jetty’s track ‘Take My Side’ which fuses rap and indie
Dara Coker explains why J Hus’ latest offering, Big Conspiracy, encapsulates everything that makes the UK rapper so charming
Alan reviews Earl Sweatshirt’s latest EP, Feet of Clay, where he continues to pen reflective, intricate verses over the abstract sound he crafted on last year’s Some Rap Songs
Alan takes a look at Danny Brown’s fifth studio album uknowhatimsayin¿, which follows up 2016’s wild Atrocity Exhibition with a more mature, humorous record, cementing Danny’s place as one of the decade’s best rappers.
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
Canadian rapper bbno$ played to a sold-out crowd at Manchester Academy on the last stop of his spring tour
Escape to Planet Her this summer – Doja Cat’s third album secures her place among the stars.
Luke Mcgavin reviews Slowthai’s second release TYRON – The duality of the record, its influences, highlights and downfalls
An instrumental that feels like the palpable unrest, intensity, and a flow to match, Geoblu’s latest single ‘Neck’ speaks to the anxiety of a generation.
Rain Fire marks the South-London rapper Novelist’s third release of the year, showing he is set to make a lot more noise in the coming months
March 1st saw the release of arguably one of the best rap albums of the year – Little Simz, GREY Area writes Robbie Beale
Alan provides his opinion on slowthai’s sold-out show at Manchester Academy on his “Bet Ya A £5er” as the audience were given a night to remember
Up-and-coming UK rapper slowthai takes Manchester’s O2 Ritz by storm leaving fans yearning for more