From My Lovin’ to Free Your Mind, En Vogue were one of R&B’s most innovative bands. Ahead of their UK performances this week, Cindy Herron recalls their runaway success.
We take a walk through the valley of the shadow of death with Gangsta's Paradise hitmaker, Coolio.
On Mariah's birthday, we look back nine years to our interview with the iconic, elusive chanteuse herself.
As TLC announce their first London show (tickets on sale today!) we throwback to 2002, when we had a chat with Rozonda ‘Chilli’ Thomas shortly after the tragic death of her bandmate and dear friend Lisa 'Left-Eye' Lopes.
Inevitably as the broadsheets finally allow grime a seat at the top table, the streets have started bumping to a whole new sound.
We catch up with the pair making the coolest minimal pop-techno this side of Scandinavia.
Musician Caroline Polachek wants people to have a sensual relationship with her dreamy, sinewave music. As taken from The Fifth Sense, a partnership with Chanel.
Laura Marling’s new album is peppered with romance, with scarcely a male pronoun to be heard. As taken from The Fifth Sense, a partnership with Chanel.
She’s idolised the world over, but to her daughter Coco Gordon Moore — a talented young artist in her own right — Kim Gordon is mum, confidante and best friend. These two are thick as thieves and it’s a beautiful thing.
Destiny Frasqueri, or Princess Nokia to you and I, makes music that’s rooted in the colourful pockets of New York City that raised her and is often inspired by the two women she’s closest to, Gia and Rafa.
Olivia Rose shoots straight up at D Double’s suited and booted video for How I Like It.