Unapologetically open about his personal life, the South London rapper talks to us about his experience with ADHD, a future cooking project with teens, and an adopted younger sister on the way.
Raised in a small Sussex village, Rag N’ Bone Man doesn’t fit the bill of your standard MC. But Rory Graham is a true hip hop renaissance man.
Ten years ago, Huck split up hip hop's most famous trio to get them talking. To commemorate the anniversary of MCA's death, we're posting the interview online for the first time.
From independent records to speaking truth to power, British rapper Akala has strived to practice what he preaches. But, by his own admission, sometimes even he gets it wrong.
J Dilla super-aficionado and head of music at Boiler Room, Raj Chaudhuri reveals the inspiring tale of a dying musician’s inextinguishable spirit and his magnum opus, Donuts.
Look at Kibera, Africa’s largest slum, through Octopizzo’s eyes and you’ll see talent everywhere. The Kenyan rapper brings colour and true upliftment by giving back to his own roots.
Meet Dan Bull, the DIY rapper who topped the charts with perseverance alone.
LA rapper Busdriver is doing hip hop his own way: self-managing a slow-burning but immensely credible career.
Stealing fans is not underhand if you do it with a smile, explains 18-year-old Atlanta rapper Raury.
Jalal Mansur Nuriddin aka Lightnin' Rod's pivotal album Hustler's Convention set the template for hip hop to come.
Marginalised French youth respond to exclusion and negative stereotyping with art, creativity and activism.
At the beginning of 2017, Little Simz is the name on everybody’s lips. Before she dropped her debut LP, we caught up with the London MC to hear her plans for world domination.