Luke Morgan Britton

DJ Khaled – ‘Khaled Khaled’ review: another one from the best schmoozer in the biz

If you swapped numbers with Khaled at an after-party and aren't on this album, you should feel offended

Kanye West’s much-delayed 10th album ‘DONDA’: the story so far

Chaotic releases are nothing new from Ye, but his one has been wilder than most

Drake – ‘Scary Hours 2’ EP review: title defender sounds ready to challenge himself again

Three-track release shows that Drizzy's heading in the right direction after a bumpy few years

JPEGMAFIA – ‘EP2!’ review: abrasive rapper tries out a softer sound

The artist's second release in a few months continues the journey he began with 2019's ‘All My Heroes Are Cornballs’

Miss Grit – ‘Impostor’ EP review: New Yorker’s reflective collection brims with confidence

Early praise left Margaret Sohn wrestling with imposter syndrome, but her second EP is an assured artistic leap forward

BackRoad Gee: drill-grime hybrid star who doesn’t like “doing the ordinary”

Having spent 2020 teaming up with pals Pa Salieu and JME, he's now looking forward to his debut mixtape in the coming year

Five things we learned from our In Conversation video chat with DMC of Run-DMC

DMC talks new compilation '12on12', why Kraftwerk "created" hip-hop – and why he'll never escape 'Christmas In Hollis'

6ix9ine – ‘TattleTales’ review: rap’s biggest troll stirs the pot until he’s scraping up dregs

The Brooklyn rapper is unlikely to win over converts with this creatively bankrupt collection

Bright Eyes: “I hope our music makes people feel less alone”

The emo icons are back with an album that brims with nostalgia, loss and glimmers of hope
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