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A round-up of interviews, style & culture and images from events that we have attended.

Rampage Returns to Notting Hill Carnival to help Celebrate its 50th anniversary

Rampage Returns to Notting Hill Carnival

This year is the 50th anniversary of London’s Notting Hill Carnival and Rampage are pleased to announce their return! After 1 year away, Rampage, the largest static sound system at Notting Hill Carnival with over 15,000 people at any one time, will return to celebrate caribbean culture, tradition and influence in the UK at Europe’s largest carnival, one of the …

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Listen: NAO Releases Debut Album ‘For All We Know’

After having us hooked in 2015 with her singles “Zillionaire” and “Bad Blood,” our very own Nao has delivered quite-possibly the most impressive debut of 2016. Steeped in a blend of ’90s R&B and UK garage influence, the songstress has found a uniquely intoxicating modern sound of R&B and funk soul on “For All We Know”. The 18-track LP features …

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Sir Lenny Henry QA Live London- 8th March 2016

From his initial TV performance in 1975, on the popular TV show New Faces as Stevie Wonder we followed his career with genuine sincerity. A journey into to comedy stardom continued to rise whilst he worked as a host on the children’s TV show TIWAS, he continued performing in Three of a Kind. The Lenny Henry show, allowed the comedian …

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Bryson Tiller: “T R A P S O U L is LITerature”

Bryson Tiller

Every now and then, we discover an album that makes us wonder how we ever went through the day without listening to it before. Well, this is what happened when we heard ‘T R A P S O U L’. Frank Ocean’s “Channel Orange” had a similar effect and that’s a big statement coming from Ocean’s biggest fan. On the …

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In Conversation with….Alexandra Burke

Singing since the age of 5 and performing live by the time she was 9 years old, vocal powerhouse Alexandra Burke took time out of her busy schedule to chat with me to discuss her career, the West End Stage and what the future holds. DTB: How are you today? AB: Yeah I am fine, thank you. DTB: There is …

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New Music: Paloma Ford – “Jada”

Paloma Ford Jada screen grab

L.A. songstress Paloma Ford debuts the visual for her previously released single, “Jada.” Set as an ode to Jada Pinkett in the ’90s classic film “Set It Off,” the D&D-produced track hosts Paloma singing out that her time is almost here while the video features the beautiful singer hiding out in the desert in between a few heists. Ford is …

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