What began as an artistic practice by musician Petite Noir has quickly morphed into a state of mind; a way of expressing the identity of the African diaspora.
The heavily hyped Australian rapper talks bible verses, life as a hermit, and the toxic powers of Kim Kardashian and Kanye West.
We speak with the London artist about confidence, clubbing and why she relates to people who don’t necessarily feel comfortable on-stage.
Legendary New York photographer Janette Beckman hands her work over to the world’s biggest streets artists for new project, The Mash-Up.
Raised on the move, Jessica Lehrman inherited a restless search for magic. Today she applies that spirit of wanderlust in a different way.
After a seven-year break, the art-punk band are back. We take lead singer Eddie Argos on a trip around a modern art gallery to talk Brexit, pig sex and morphine.
Photographer Jared Soares documents the DIY rappers of Roanoke, capturing a scene brimming with innovation, hope and creativity.
The band – self-dubbed makers of “East African retro-pop” – have curated an eclectic sound that celebrates transience and self-expression.
Raised in a deeply religious home by a native father and white mother, Mich Cota makes music that lives between two worlds.
Fresh from making his live TV debut alongside RZA, we speak to the 25-year-old artist about building on that success, creating a legacy and opening doors for fellow underdogs.
The Blondie co-founder guitarist was an integral part of New York’s golden age. Now, in a new book, he remembers documenting the whole thing on camera.
The Insecure Men and Fat White Family man has made a 10-track album full of karaoke covers. We met up to talk Tory governments, turning 30 and duetting with Peter Andre.