Little Simz is a big noise in the making, and the north London MC’s debut album has her narrating engaging tales about life and struggles. (...)

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This is Damon Riddick’s first new album in six years, though in that time there have been plenty of sightings of the Californian funk cadet. (...)

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Golden Rules are London producer Paul White, who has worked with Danny Brown and Homeboy Sandman, and Florida rapper and singer Eric Biddines.(...)

It’s a little astonishing to realise that Jeff Barrett’s idiosyncratic record label has been in business for a quarter of a century. Over that time(...)

There’s no getting away from a certain infamous UK soul singer on this San Diego native’s debut album. That Andra Day owes a very obvious debt to A(...)