Clavish sprouts casually on the search for his unique selling point.
North London’s AntsLive kicks his year off with the track “Number One Candidate”.
Lancey Foux releases his sixth studio album, the rapper’s most varied work to date.
On his third studio album, Loyle Carner invigorates his mental frets for a heavy self-examination of raw emotions.
East London rapper Zino Vinci unveils his new single, “CEO of the Friendship Group”.
Cold Feet is a renewed reminder of the virtue that comes with Rimzee’s status in UK rap.
K-Trap enters his second prime on The Last Whip II, a tenacious sequel cut from the same cloth as the classic predecessor.
Blacksmith drops “Price of Love” with Skinnyman and Statik Selektah.
Aitch’s debut album displays evolution, doing more than riddling in the life of the young and dumb.
Fifteen-year-old rapper Shakes preps his breakthrough on the new single, “100K”.
Essex rapper Mugzz keeps his tongue in cheek on his latest single, “O.P.P”, a track that dares to take a risk.
London-based rapper JM7 drops a six-track EP titled Mojo.