Slowthai

slowthai’s in-the-round London show is a triumphant knockout to his Brexit Bandit tour

Bodies - shirtless, contorted - slap the wooden floor and crab-walk across it. They’re clearing a space in the middle of a seething crowd....

Nothing Great About Britain: Slowthai announces details of debut album

Slowthai has announced that he'll release his debut album, 'Nothing Great About Britain', on May 17. The Northampton rapper spent the majority of 2018 recording...

Slowthai has been working on new material with The Streets’ Mike Skinner

Slowthai has revealed that he's been working on new material with The Streets' Mike Skinner. Check out the clip below. The NME Big Read –...

Slowthai announces debut album and shares surreal ‘Peace Of Mind’ video

Slowthai has announced his debut album and shared a surreal video for new song ‘Peace Of Mind’. The Northampton rapper has confirmed that his...

Slowthai wins DICE Live Award 2019

Slowthai has been named as the winner of the DICE Live Award for 2019, following in the esteemed footsteps of Wolf Alice, Little Simz,...

Slaves tell us about Slowthai, the health of punk, and their ‘heavy’ new material coming very soon

Slaves have revealed that they're planning to release a 'heavy' new one-off single in the coming months, as well as opening up about the...

The Big Read – Slowthai: “Is Britain actually great, or are you?”

The self-styled ‘Brexit Bandit’, Slowthai is the Northampton rapper questioning what it means to be British. While his brutish live shows and barbed, barbiturate bangers may seem nihilistic, he’s really about “love and unity”, determined to find a voice in a society he doesn’t feel serves him. And he has a motor mouthed manifesto for a better Britain, finds Jordan Bassett. Pictures by Mike Prior.
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