The grime artist tops the 2017 MOBO Awards shortlist, with five nominations for Best Male, Best Grime Act, Best Album, Best Song and Best Video.
Grime could be as disruptive as punk for the British music industry but one of its biggest challenges is the state, the first academic study into the genre has found.
The 17-year-old grime artist from south London is the first recipient of The Future Fund, which grants money to an artist at a tipping point in their career.
J Hus leads the way with five nominations, followed by Dave, Stormzy and Not3s with four each. The awards are set to take place on 24 October and are open to the public to vote.
Meet the most exciting PRS for Music members to join during the last quarter, with pop writer Martin Sjølie, grime force C Cane, the weird and wonky Superorganism and post-punkers Dead Naked Hippies...
London mayor Sadiq Khan has ordered the Metropolitan Police to conduct an official review of the ‘form 696’ risk assessment application.
The winner will receive an emerging talent award at the KA & GRM Daily Rated Awards plus a £5,000 prize package.
With a deep love of everything from Pharoah Sanders to Studio One, Zara McFarlane's third LP Arise promises an explosive sonic mix. We get the skinny on how it came together...
The UK's hardest working emcee/producer lets us in on the health of independent music in 2017 and how album number three is shaping up...
The twice Mercury Prize nominated artist has signed to Ninja Tune-affiliated publishing house Just Isn’t Music.