Dhruva Balram

Jay Electronica – ‘A Written Testimony’ review: mythical rapper’s Jay-Z collab isn’t the revelation fans had hoped for

It's not quite the bonafide solo record whispered about on certain corners of the internet, but there's still solace for the faithful

Riz Ahmed – ‘The Long Goodbye’ review: star tears through vital, vitriolic dispatches on Brexit Britain

This second solo album confirms the actor as a a talented, multi-hyphenate artist

Sampa the Great talks homecoming Zambia show, identity and Australia’s bushfire crisis

"Some people live the story that I've said in the album... It's a story that we're too embarrassed to say out loud"

“We’re more traditional siblings than people imagine”: Tegan and Sara on their revealing new memoir ‘High School’

The Quin twins on their new memoir and accompanying album, 'Hey, I'm Just Like You'

Stormzy and Ed Sheeran’s latest collaboration, ‘Own It’, sees the rapper continue to dominate the cultural conversation

Also starring Burna Boy, the track furthers Stormzy's seemingly endless winning streak (though Ed's rapping could do with a little work)

Omar Souleyman – ‘Shlon’ review: the prolific dance-pop don offers a much-needed shot of happiness

The Syrian wedding singer – and so much more – has amassed a staggering 500 records so far. His jubilant sounds, set to love poetry, continue to astound
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