Following the release of her debut album this month, I spoke to futuristic R&B artist Kelela about sex, vulnerability, and … More
Twenty years after it was released, I wrote about why we are living, loving, singing and dancing in the afterglow … More
I reviewed Kelela’s debut album for the October issue of Crack Magazine, you can read it here.
I spoke to Bibi Bourelly about facing your fears, living your truth, and her latest release, the Boy EP, for Noisey. You … More
Is the success of XXXtentacion in spite of troubling abuse allegations a damning insight into misogyny in music? I wrote … More
Considering the more futuristic end of R&B that artists like MHYSA are making, I reviewed July and August’s releases for … More
I reviewed Chip’s album, League of My Own II, for the Observer New Review. You can read it here.
I wrote about the invisibility of women of colour and their voices in the music world for gal-dem. You can … More
Looking at Fekky’s debut album, I considered the confluence of grime and British hip hop. Plus, I reviewed June and … More
I contributed to the Observer New Review’s critics’ guide to summer. You can read my picks here.