Luke Morgan Britton

‘Jesus Is King’ film review: Kanye’s sublime but flawed visual journey stops short of enlightenment

The majestic Roden Crater seems almost too apt for the setting of Kanye West’s short film Jesus Is King, a companion piece to the...

‘Rhythm + Flow’: everything to know about Cardi B, Chance The Rapper and T.I’s new Netflix hip-hop talent show

Netflix's new hip-hop talent show, hosted by Chance The Rapper, Cardi B and T.I., will finally get underway next month. The show has already...

Drake live in London: every bit the crowning triumph ‘Scorpion’ was meant to be

2019 finds Drake in a peculiar position. Perhaps it comes naturally with the territory when you’re such a mega-star, but he’s never been more...

Post Malone live in London: an escapist victory lap from Gen Z’s divisive rap icon

Before the first of his two back-to-back shows at London’s O2 Arena, Post Malone seemed to spend most of his day on Twitter, just...

Gesaffelstein – ‘Hyperion’ review

The minimalist cover art for ‘Hyperion’, the second album from French producer Gesaffelstein (real name Mike Lévy), depicts a simple black block of colour, a...

Simon Amstell and Klaxons’ James Righton on working together for new film ‘Benjamin’ and life after ’00s indie fame

Simon Amstell and James Righton (formerly of Klaxons fame) are two personalities who'll be very familiar to anyone who loved music in the noughties.  The...

Lil Tay found fame as a child grotesquely spoofing rap culture; now her life is a tired tale of warring stage parents

In a world where gangsta-rap pastiches are paraded around on reality TV shows and five-year-olds grace magazine covers, the spectacle of Lil Tay seemed...

Jafaris: the new Irish hip-hop star just hitting his ‘Stride’

“It’s therapeutic, but also a way of inspiring myself for the future,” Dublin-based rapper Jafaris tells NME of working on his debut album ‘Stride’....

The Wiley-Dizzee-Skepta beef triangle explained

Wiley and Dizzee Rascal’s falling out goes back so far, and is so infamous by this point, that it’s easy to lose track of...

What’s new on Netflix UK in March 2019?

Netflix's library is getting bigger and better every month with more and more originally commissioned films, series and documentaries. In recent weeks, team NME...
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