R&B Trio kid apollo Make Music That “Feels Like Home”
Picture yourself after a wild night out, exhausted, a cup of tea in hand, wrapped in a warm blanket, the light of the moon seeping through your curtains intertwining with the gradually
LEN IS THE MOMENT. AND HE KNOWS IT.
Len is the moment, and he knows it. Whether that’s illustrated by the encompassing energy he possesses when the mic is in his hand or his braggadocious lyrics - the 22 year
What’s Behind The Inimitable Energy of [@INFAMOUSIZAK]’s Music?
GUAP spent the day getting to know INFAMOUSIZAK as he tells us all about keeping it outside the box, constantly switching lanes and the freedom he finds in his creativity. Photography by:
YAZ is Forging Her Own Lane in Music
Meet YAZ - the 19 year old influencer and content creator finding her feet within Music with her debut preppy, garage infused single 'Mr Valentine'. In a cosy, eclectic home in Peckham,
[@adekunleGOLD] and The Unconfined Creativity He Carves into His Career
'Catch Me If You Can' is his latest album and most intoxicatingly transporting to date. Music that whisks you away to another dimension. Following on from the tidal wave of praises for
GUAP Meets The Lagos Creatives Making Waves in the Culture.
GUAP Presents Lagos: Through The Looking Glass. A creative editorial created by Tiolu Enitan & Subuola Makinde to tell the stories of young Nigerian creatives and their journeys in the Lagos underground
Shaé Universe On Claiming Back Her Faith
Shaé Universe is a steadfast source of harmony; whether that is demonstrated by her calm presence or whether that is channelled through her delphic vocals. Even as she munches a granola bar
Anna Pluskota releases her ‘Flowerland’ editorial exclusively with GUAP Magazine.
Anna Pluskota interprets femininity and nature in her latest editorial, named Flowerland In the country of Poland, the imagery of women is often in the crux of the male gaze. From the
GUAP 25 – The Alté Edition: The Evolving Sounds Of Africa & Its Diaspora [@BojDRB] [@iamodeal] [@itsgabzy]
If you want to see the future of music from the African continent look no further than Alté. Nigeria has been a powerhouse in music from the African continent for a while
Playstation Dreams: How Final Fantasy helped shape our individual style
A GUAP editorial by Edward Maurice Hartley The formula for high-fashion today contains some complicated alchemy, but we can attempt to distill it down to its parts. A handful of gothic revivalism
Follow three friends through Dakar in editorial Byoo Tee Ñuul
Byoo Tee Ñuul captures Alima, Pape and Malick in Dakar, Senegal as they explore its seaside, markets, streets and more, whilst stylishly dressed by African designers. See the full editorial below: Photographer
696 Festival: The Programme Celebrating Black British Music & Spaces [@HornimanMuseum]
696 is iconic in Black British music for the wrong reasons but Adem Holness has shown it is an interesting and important lens to look at music through. The Horniman Museum is