Kano

The seven biggest talking points from the 2020 GRM Daily Rated Awards

Dizzee Rascal was honoured for his contribution to music and hosts Julie Adenuga and Mo Gilligan smashed it

2020 Mercury Prize winner to be announced live on ‘The One Show’

The coverage will begin on September 21

Fraser T Smith announces ‘12 Questions’ album featuring Stormzy, Dave, Idris Elba and many more

The producer and songwriter's new Future Utopia project has also seen the likes of Arlo Parks, Bastille and Easy Life come on board

Kano announces tiny London charity show in hometown borough of Newham

He's bringing 'Hoodies All Summer' home for a good cause.

The Streets and Major Lazer lead SW4 Festival 2020 line-up

The Clapham Common festival will be held over the August bank holiday weekend

The best TV of 2019

Essential viewing for all tellyheads

‘Top Boy’: The questions we’re left with following the show’s finale

A week has elapsed since Top Boy returned to our screens, so it’s about time we ignored any complaints about spoilers and got stuck...

The Big Read – Kano: “I’m planting seeds to try and stop violence”

Kane Robinson is a pioneer. As Kano, alongside the likes of Dizzee Rascal and Wiley, he became a key voice in the first wave of grime. Over a decade later, he's remained in the centre of the cultural zeitgeist, thanks to his stunning sixth album 'Hoodies All Summer' and a starring role in Netflix's acclaimed revival of Top Boy. Will Lavin meets the quintessential London rapper outside of his natural habitat, in Manchester, where he finds an assured talent who shrugs off his own accolades and admits, "I don't even like acting!"

Kano – ‘Hoodies All Summer’ review

Next month, cult drama Top Boy will return to Netflix. The show, which started in 2011 on Channel 4, is a moving portrayal of...
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