Reuniting with Semtex for a special OVO Sound show on Beats 1, Drake spoke about the complications of being categorised as a rapper rather than a pop artist.
Ahead of his much-anticipated debut album release this Friday, Stormzy spoke to Julie Adenuga about how far the awards have come since 2016’s #BritsSoWhite controversy.
‘This is the most bizarre form of homophobia I’ve ever encountered,’ the rapper tweeted after the incident.
'I wanted to get some stuff off my chest' – the Brixton MC releases a video for the soul-bearing new single.
Please let this mean an album is almost here.
Press play on the new releases we've had on repeat this week.
This mix from the German producer is pure Friday vibes.
March could get off to a brilliant start.
Old white guy says there’s no problem with race at the top music gongs, after winner Adele led universal outcry at the snub of Beyoncé’s Lemonade, and commentators noted that the last black woman to win the award was Lauryn Hill in 1999.
Björk approved multi-instrumentalist Jófríður Ákadóttir takes us on a spiritual journey.
The surprise best-seller further cements the appetite for UK rap.
At least one person predicted that Beyoncé would be robbed last night.
Prince, Kanye, Janet: With Beyoncé’s Lemonade relegated to the environs of R&B, we look at the other seminal albums overlooked by the Grammys.
In a clip for Funny or Die, the musician is taking her new job very, very seriously.
P.O.W.A is as beautiful and political as you’d expect.
The mother monster gives a million reasons to love yourself just the way you are.