Notion has picked the 10 musicians we expect to make big waves in 2021. Find out who made the list.
With a mission, plan and a "Play Dirty" single slow-cooking in the studio, get to know ex-footballer-turned-MC, Leeds-based Graft, aka winner of BBC Three’s ‘The Rap Game’ 2020 series 2.
GRACEY is here to prove that the pandemic doesn't have to stop you from achieving your dreams. We caught up with the breakthrough star following the release of her mini-album, 'The Art of Closure'.
Declan J Donovan shares how his music helps him through challenging times, his favourite place to write and what we can expect from him in the near future.
Hailing from North West Birmingham, M1llionz is a young talent forging an innovative, new sound within the growing UK drill scene.
South London psychedelic soul songstress, Greentea Peng, takes you on a thought-provoking journey through sunshine rhythms and heavy sounds.
With deep musical roots in his family and influences from Nigeria's southern region, Omah Lay’s velvety voice rides over a variety of grooving rhythms.
20-year-old Atlanta rapper, Flo Milli, is proving she’s more than just a viral hit.
South London rapper Shaybo is the self-proclaimed “Queen of the South”, breaking through the male-dominated UK drill scene.
Flaunting fiery wordplay, drill tension and pop appeal all at once, Ivorian Doll infuses attitude into every single one of her tracks.
At just 22 years old, Central Cee is proving himself to be one of London’s most exciting emerging artists with his versatile and distinctive delivery.