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.
The 19-year-old rising star put on a smooth, charming show at Gorilla
Felix Sanders reviews Dave at the Academy and predicts big things for the artist in the future
The 19-year old tells us “the story of a boy who chased the sunset until it chased him” on his debut album
Tara Bharadia revisits Kanye’s hay-day
Kendrick Lamar raises the bar and lays down the gauntlet, writes Ben Lomax
Rapper, spoken word artist and political activist George the Poet displays his skill with words in a charming performance
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
Raine Beckford talks to underground rapper Franko Faize
Too much style and sadly not enough substance
There’s something intrinsically hip-hop about a rapper wearing a bright orange sweatshirt, cargo pants and military boots, holding a glass of white wine whilst rapping a nursery rhyme
High praise for The Moods’ new album, from Music Editor Hannah Brierley
Ben Lomax takes a preliminary dip into the mindset and ideas of Kendrick Lamar’s latest project, which may hold the key to as yet unknown depths