Forever learning and burning with a wildfire passion for her craft, Apple Music’s Up Next for November 2019 artist Jessie Reyez takes us on a thought-provoking whistle-stop tour of her beautiful mind and soul.
Rapper-producer Jevon takes us across the Atlantic, creating his own personal home from home soundscape that melds UK grime, and its city grit, whilst embracing the vibrancy and culture of Brazilian Funk.
We ride the waves with TDE’s singer-songwriter-producer, SiR as he makes us long for summertime with his hazy neo-soul album 'Chasing Summer'.
Grammy-nominated multi-platinum singer, rapper, and musical maverick ILOVEMAKONNEN takes us to the skies where freedom, power and pride are for the masses.
Take a walk on the wild side with the newly crowned 'Queen of Gen-Z', Baby Ariel, who appears to do it all with a smile on her face!
Switching up the Saturday night club scene, we sat down with Phonox’s Mantra residents Tommy Gold and BossyLDN and delved deep into the craft behind London’s exciting new club night.
Hailing from SoCal, Cuco is the indie boy wonder crafting sun-drenched sad boy anthems that make you want to cry whilst dancing under the sun.
With the release of her powerfully honest new album ‘Lessons In Love’, we lay in the roses with the enigmatic Sinead Harnett.
Freddie Long is the Brighton young thing with a voice that instantly strikes you in your core and a poetic groove that makes you move.
Step into Jordan Mackampa’s universe as he continues to grow into an artist that is becoming the voice of a generation.
Chantel Jeffries has been spinning decks and turning heads ever since she got behind the booth. We get her behind the camera for the first instalment of our monthly InstaZine!
Puerto Rican Reggaeton and Latin trap artist Lunay has already stolen the hearts of his homeland. As Apple Music's Up Next Artist, Lunay is here to steal the rest of the world's hearts with his infectious music and glimmering smile.
With the release of his latest EP 'M.O.T.H', we get schooled by the multi-platinum selling rapper Professor Green who shows that there is always light even in the darkest of places.