10 things you need to know about the boundary-blurring rap goddess NAYANA IZ
The India-born, London-raised artist's new single “How We Do” bangs.
Timothée Chalamet is starring in a play next year
He’ll appear alongside Dame Eileen Atkins in Amy Herzog’s Pulitzer Prize-nominated drama ‘4000 Miles’ at London’s Old Vic.
read stormzy's perfect takedown of jacob rees-mogg's grenfell victim-blaming
“Oi @Jacob_Rees_Mogg you need to resign."
why the words 'minor gangsters' are so dangerous
Activist Athian Akec writes about how insidious and commonplace assumptions like these are for black Britons.
is the police's ban on extinction rebellion protests even legal?
Several hundred peaceful protestors have been arrested across the city over the past few days.
3 feminist artists to discover at frieze london
See Sidsel Paaske, Jacqueline de Jong, and Jean Conner's provocative artwork.
christopher kane's ode to ecosexuals
We all love the planet and want it to survive — some of us, it seems, really really love it.
james blake’s new frank lebon-directed video features loads of irl couples kissing
The video for “Can't Believe The Way We Flow” will restore your faith in love.
our rules, our roof: this short film celebrates the impact of pxssy palace for queer people of colour
“It’s more than just clubbing. There’s no reason why the dancefloor can’t be educational.”
speaking to the hardcore tyler, the creator fans outside his cancelled surprise gig
Following the lifting of his UK ban, Tyler announced a surprise gig to take place in Peckham this Saturday, but rowdy fans led to its cancellation. We waded deep into the crowds to capture the Tylermania.
Pip Jay King and Liberty Papworth
denzil forrester's paintings celebrate pre-gentrification london nightlife
Denzil Forrester has been creating art for over 40 years, but in the past few years he's finally receiving his (overdue) dues. Clive Martin catches up with the artist in the sleepy country town of Truro.
akala talks to i-D about the relationship between racism and violence
"It seems like some people wish to use this problem, which is affecting a very specific demographic of teenage black boys in London, as well as others all over the country, as a way of demonising black people as a whole."