Caitlin O'Reilly

BERWYN – ‘TAPE 2/FOMALHAUT’ review: rising rapper ruminates on loneliness

The Trinidad-born, Romford-raised artist puts on an elite songwriting display on his second mixtape

Aitch: “My debut will 100,000 per cent be a proper Manchester album”

NME gets to know an artist who’s rewriting the rules of pop stardom

Bugzy Malone – ‘The Resurrection’ review: cinematic sounds and confessional rhymes

The Manchester rapper overcame a near-fatal motorbike accident to write this would-be opus

Biig Piig – ‘The Sky Is Bleeding’ EP review: the queen of reinvention enters her “sxc dom phase”

A move to LA and unfettered self-belief results in Smyth's most diverse and assertive collection yet

Fred again..: super-producer’s emotive electro-pop longs for connection in a lost year

The Stormzy and Brian Eno collaborator's eclectic and electrifying debut offers scintillating snapshots of his travels thus far

Denise Chaila: “What’s special about the Irish hip-hop scene is that we own who we are”

The Limerick MC is yet another powerful voice in her nation's burgeoning hip-hop community

Black Pumas: soul-stirring psychedelia from America’s new favourite band

The Grammy-nominees reflect on their journey from busking on street corners to becoming one of the USA's most beloved new bands

“We look for artists who have something different”: Relentless Records turns 21

How the influential label – home to So Solid Crew, Headie One and, erm, Baby Shark – rode the wave

Fousheé: “Black women have been the workhorses of the music industry since time began”

Her vocals on viral TikTok hit 'Deep End' went uncredited until recently, but with a new focus the LA singer is finally collecting what she's owed

Benee – ‘Hey u x’ review: New Zealand’s alt-pop hero trades loneliness for party-starting spirit

Grimes, Lily Allen and Flo Milli all star on this eclectic collection where Benee's biggest strength is just being herself