We’re back after the holidays with a ReUp full of releases you may have missed towards the end of the year. It’s time to put the Christmas classics back in the vault
Knucks 2022 project Alpha Place launched the artist into a whole different sphere in the UK’s musical landscape. The King of ‘Chill UK Rap’ returned 2 years after ‘London Class’ with 13
The Croydon based artist and #GUAP30 cover star is a pioneer in the UK’s upcoming rap scene - steering away from the expected world of drill and grime Strandz’ nostalgic, classic flow
WE'RE STILL DIVING INTO THE DEEPEST DARKEST CORNERS OF THE MUSICAL OCEAN TO BRING YOU OUR CRÈME DE LA CRÈME OF NEW RELEASES - BUT WE'RE JUST WIDENING THE SCOPE A LITTLE.
Apple Music unite Juls, Tom Moutchi and Hemah K to find out their Top 10 Most Important & Influential AfroBeats Tracks
In honour of Black History Month and the inevitably rising trajectory of Afrobeats, Apple Music with the help of a few industry experts, producers, artists and famous fans have curated a playlist
For #GUAP30 'A Great Day In Ldn' we profile 23 UK artists pushing the bounds of the UK's sonic landscape. The people contributing to and leading the wave of everything new, innovative
The tide of new music never seems to stop coming in and Friday being one of the most intense days for new music we can understand if it all feels a little
We’ve delved into the deepest and darkest corners of the musical ocean to bring you our weekly round-up of the crème de la crème in new music. From London's Fimiguerrero to New
We’ve delved into the deepest and darkest corners of the musical ocean to bring you our weekly round-up of the crème de la crème in new music. Featuring Gabzy, Tempest, Kid Apollo
on his debit solo Album 'LOUIE' Kenny subverts expectations with an almost entirely instrumental project dedicated to his ailing father
A year after the release of his ‘Baby Blue’ EP, Newham Lyricist Zino Vinci is back with a new Grime infused track ‘Namaste’ - listen below.
A synth sine-wave bears the weight of the pairs contrasting flows; with ATO’s commanding vocals and Jay Bahd’s laboured rhythms.