We get an exclusive look behind the scenes of the music video for Rasharn Powell’s latest single “Blunder”.
London-based producer Fred again… speaks with Notion about the reflecting on his personal relationships through his music and optimism for the future.
Actor, writer, musician, producer and DJ, Akemnji Ndifornyen, creates an exclusive mix for Notion and speaks about balance, what drives him, getting used to Zoom, and much more.
Occupying a transcendent musical space, French-Senegalese artist, anaiis, is using her voice for self-reflection, solace, and empowerment.
Charlotte OC reveals her most vulnerable and honest work to date with ‘Here Comes Trouble’. She speaks unguardedly of trauma, heartbreak, and soul-searching, guiding us through its evolution into a beautiful sophomore album.
Producer, DJ and visual artist, LCY, gives us an exclusive look into a day in their life as they prepare for their fabric presents: London Unlocked livestream and upcoming 'Pulling Teeth' EP.
Triple threat DJ, producer and singer, YATABE, talks about how multicultural upbringing has influenced her sound, dream gig venues, and creates an exclusive mix for Notion.
Radio host and broadcaster, Jack Saunders, co-signs three emerging artists to watch in 2021 and speaks on the story behind his success, dismantling toxic masculinity in the music industry, and how artists can use social media to their advantage.
TikTok star Bailey Bryan is waving goodbye to boys and pouring her heart into pop music. In a chat with Notion, Bailey Bryan reveals why she's a "sensitive bad bitch", and why she's setting her sights on a collab with Drake.
DJ and presenter, Tinea Taylor, is an inspiring example of how hard work and determination has led her to become true UK radio royalty.
"See Nobody" hitmaker, Wes Nelson, graces Notion’s April digital cover as we unearth his story, how he found his sound and the secrets behind creating a debut hit.
Female drag queen pioneer and Glitterbox staple performer, TeTe Bang, speaks on queer safe spaces, finding her authentic self, and the empowering nature of the dancefloor.
British actor and star of BBC's new series, ‘The Syndicate’, Katherine Rose Morley talks pinch-me moments in Monte Carlo and dogs galore.