Music class of 2018

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i-D's music class of 2018: grim sickers

“You just learn as you go along by making a lot of mistakes. And you actually get quite good over time.”
Georgie Wright
11.22.17
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i-D’s music class of 2018: jaykae

“When you’ve got nothing to lose, that’s when you go for it."
Georgie Wright
11.20.17
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i-D's music class of 2018: mez

“Just focus on you, man. Don’t focus on anything else. Don’t waste your energies. Not today, man. Not today.”
Georgie Wright
11.17.17
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i-D’s music class of 2018: mahalia

Signed at just 13, Mahalia has spent her teens releasing music with an emotional depth that extends far beyond her years.
Ryan White
11.16.17
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i-D's music class of 2018: kai whiston

As we get to know the Dorset-raised experimental producer, Kai presents an exclusive mix just for i-D.
Ryan White
11.15.17
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i-D’s music class of 2018: bonzai

If you don't recognise Bonzai by name, you'll certainly be familiar with her vocals via one of this year's biggest bops, Mura Masa's What If I Go?.
Ryan White
11.14.17
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i-D's music class of 2018: lotto boyz

“We want to have a positive impact on the younger generation…” Lotto Boyzz are as much about a message as they are about the music.
Hattie Collins
11.13.17
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i-D’s music class of 2018: shogun

“I’ve got squinty eyes and a massive head with a big double crown. I’m a white kid that raps, and I’m a bit chubby. But no one ever says anything about that. It’s always fried Mars bars!” -- meet Scotland’s Shogun, next up in i-D’s Class of 2018.
Georgie Wright
11.8.17
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i-D’s music class of 2018: chrystal

Each hailing from outside London, this year’s class bring the noise from Dublin to Dorset. Tune in and turn up, because we listened to the future and it sounds like this.
Ryan White
11.7.17
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i-D’s music class of 2018: isaiah hull

Each hailing from outside London, this year’s class bring the noise from Dublin to Dorset. Tune in and turn up, because we listened to the future and it sounds like this.
Matthew Whitehouse
11.6.17