We will always love the godfather of grime beef.
Head back to the 90s in house heroes The Carry Nations' new video.
The Fly Pirates philosopher sat down with Pervert’s Guide shouty man Slavoj Zizek and Ecuadorian embassy squatter Julian Assange as part of her Meltdown festival curation.
The greatest Planet Earth scene of our generation just got even better.
Ft. Frank Ocean / Young Thug / Travis Scott / Ariana Grande / Nicki Minaj and more.
Set to be 20 stories tall, the space will honour the groundbreaking genre’s history and most iconic acts.
Art Hoe curator Anajah Hamilton told us about her told favourite artists and musicians — the ones makes videos to cry to and songs that have all the real feels.
Singing about gender, religion, and raw romantic love, serpentwithfeet is rejecting the cliches of love ballads.
“Trap money is rap money now” – how life has changed for the Brixton Hill collective pioneering UK Drill.
Whitney was the greatest singer of her generation; offstage and on. Fact.
Plus, as she celebrates her 20th birthday, the i-D Class of 2016 alumni reflects on her real life teen fantasies.
It turns out it wasn't about suicide.
Press play on the new releases we've had on repeat this week.
The man behind Ray BLK’s Chill Out and Dave’s 100M’s is back with a banger all of his own.
Ahead of his sold out London show at Heaven, i-D caught up with Mike Hadreas to talk about new album No Shape, calling on spirits and running away from ‘evil Trump babies’.
Akala just did a Facebook Live from the polling booth and it was brilliant.