The avant-pop auteur's first book should be out by 2042.
Featuring arguably the most unexpected collaboration of 2017, the new record drops this Friday.
Eskimo Dance took Wembley Arena by storm at the weekend, but more importantly it shows how grime overcame Form 696 to become a live musical force.
Hideaway focuses on a couple, one HIV positive, one negative, queering the tropes of hip hop videos to raise awareness on Youth HIV and AIDs Awareness Day.
Bad Decisions in the Night sees a return to form for the Streets rapper.
Mac DeMarco’s ex-guitarist makes sleepy, sexy love songs and we’ve got the exclusive on his new video.
As he release his latest EP with XL Recordings, Escapism III, we take a drive with the Stirling-born DJ and producer around Los Angeles to learn more about the Scottish twenty-year-old behind the beats.
A snippet of brand new song Biking can be heard in the trailer for the third edition of Frank Ocean’s Beats One show, blondedRADIO.
Press play on the new releases we've had on repeat this week.
This 2005 archive gem was resurfaced on its 10th anniversary by MTV, and reappeared on social media again today. It’s always a good time to revisit Ye’s essential anti-discrimination PSA.
Backstage is where the magic chat happens. Join i-D as we catch up with the man that took grime global.
UKG star Neutrino jumps on a track for the first time in years.
We celebrate ten years of debut album Made of Bricks and premiere Kate's new single Call Me.
The ex-One Directioner has found a musical direction that treads the boards of British rock and roll ballads.
With Wiley, Ghetts and Devlin setting the Eskimo Dance stage alight on Saturday, a selection of the scene's key commentators explain the importance and influence of Wiley’s seminal rave.
As we premiere the video, here's six things you need to know about Lose My Cool, from New York’s Amber Mark.
From providing the blueprint for Southern Rap to sharing a diss track supporting Drake, we take this opportunity to toast one of rap’s most rebellious and progressive labels, Rap-A-Lot.
Cosmo Pyke and Joshua Hercules invite us to their home turf for a night of art, music and revelry, south London style.