The masked Brit’s intimacy wears thin on his debut album, supplying flashes of career highs bogged down by filler.
Knucks brings a classy touch to UK hip hop on Alpha Place, a thirteen-track tape with plenty stories to tell.
Jordy demands your attention on his second EP, a six-track showcase of a man who’s taking rap seriously.
The West London export returns to form on his third mixtape, a showcase of organic drill and indelible bars that justify the hype.
British rapper Paul Stephan is set to break through the UK rap scene with his infectious single, “Streets Don’t Love Me”.
The nation’s two most revered trappers combine for an appetising mixtape synonymous with their respective styles and origins.
Over a decade since he began releasing music, South London’s Youngs Teflon releases a career highlight.
Off the back of the viral “Body” remix and top ten hits, ArrDee speaks on his debut mixtape, aspirations and common misconceptions.
On his debut album, Kojey Radical brings heart, spirit and ambitious blends to challenge traditions of UK hip hop.
West London’s Finn Foxell drops his first single of the year – a self-searching anthem for expressing your real identity.
London emcee Skirmish drops the visuals for his latest track, the lyrically sharp “I’m Not Involved”.
East London icon Devlin has returned with his fifth studio album, Eyes for the Blind.