Isaiah Rashad’s return finds him reoccupying his lane of chilled out, lowkey hip hop.
Unknown T’s second mixtape lingers in cruise control, occupying the Homerton rapper’s usual Gotham settings.
Dave’s sophomore album refines his existing templates, solidifying the pull the South London rapper has on the entire nation.
Grime emcee SBK has released his new track “Be Careful”, featuring appearances from Boy Better Know’s Jme and Shorty.
Dagenham’s finest and grime legend Devlin returns with “All We Have Is Now”.
The UK wordsmith brings positive flavours on Ego Kills, showcasing his hitmaking abilities on his first project in four years.
The debut EP by the South London rapper exhibits natural artistic prowess, leaving no room to doubt her talent or trajectory.
The late rapper’s second studio album is another posthumous experiment, forged to unrecognisable heights.
The Long Beach native’s self-titled is vividly bleak, offering a gripping account of Staples’ trauma, paranoia and sharp hazard perception.
The Iranian-Swedish singer consistently indulges ears with her delicate R&B and signature lovesick songwriting.
East London’s Guvna B unveils the visuals for “Say Less” featuring Still Shadey and Tidez.
British rapper Sneakbo takes in the latest UK tracks for the second edition of CORD’s OG’s Reacts series.