Chicago-born Ravyn Lenae is a singer/songwriter that refuses to be put into a box. We talk to her about the intimacy of writing and the importance of slowing down.
Straight out of LA's South Coast, American rapper, songwriter and graphic designer Duckwrth is fusing genre-bending sounds as a creative outlet, encouraging all men to express themselves emotionally.
Discovered by Radio 1's talent search back in 2011, now flash forward to 2019 just before his performance at Hideout Festival in Croatia, we get to grab a hot seat with British dance music DJ, Producer and BBC Radio 1 Presenter Danny Howard.
Say hello to Cousn, the Bristol-born relatives that will be the soundtrack to your warm Summer nights and early morning after-parties with their latest EP Brain Ticker. We sit down with them ahead of their Hideout Festival 2019 performance in July...
With hair larger than life and now spreading their roar worldwide, we get chatting with alternative R&B and neo-soul duo Lion Babe to discuss their musical success so far!
Norwegian pop sensation Aurora wants the world to know that she is only human – though, perhaps, A Different Kind…
Songstress, actor and lover of all things anime, ex-Danity Kane member Dawn Richard gives us the low down on taking complete charge of her solo career!
Meet Lil Halima, the new Scandinavian soul on the RnB pop scene painting the most breathtaking colours with her magical sounds and personal musings
On the cusp of releasing her debut album, we head to Los Angeles to meet the Madison Beer behind the mythology and internet stardom, revealing herself as a self-possessed artist doing things on her own terms.
Tiger Taylor getting all dark on you lot and talking about that good, sinister, Southern rap.
The former Pussycat Doll opens up about her early career, overcoming obstacles and the future of female entertainers.
Apple Music Up Next presents Tierra Whack
Hailed as the ‘nice guy’ of UK rap since his 2016 breakthrough, Loyle Carner’s new album Not Waving, But Drowning sees his vulnerability take centre stage.