4th May 2017 | Music
Every week, Myles McCaulskey picks his Top 5 favourite hip-hop tracks that he's been listening to over the past week. We reveal the list right here, every Wednesday.
1. DJ Khaled - I'm the One (feat. Justin Bieber, Quavo, Chance the Rapper, Lil Wayne)
DJ Khaled’s cooked up another banger with the biggest starts in the game right now. Not quite what I expected, but it’s got a vibe to it. Definitely on repeat at the moment.
2. Afro B - Juice and Power (feat. Yxng Bane)
Listen to this track once, and tell me you’re not screaming “I Got The Juice and Power” afterwards. No. Just Me? Oh well…hahha!
3. Kendrick Lamar - DNA.
One of my favourite cuts from Kendrick’s new album DAMN. That switch up during the song is epic and the video is just as crazy!
4. Offset - Monday
Happy to see Offset (from Migos) break out and release a single by himself. Migos are killing it right now and Offset’s on to something with this one. I approve.
5. Rick Ross - Santorini Greece
Rick Ross definitely knows how to pick his instrumentals. This track makes you want to head to Santorini. Like he said “He put that on the map”.
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29th April 2017 | Music
Hip-hop, rap and urban music is at its most popular since the past decade. With the likes of Kendrick Lamar topping the charts, and grime music ruling the waves, it takes something special to stand-out.
Incisive writes his own rhymes and produces his own beats, and those rhymes and beats are in a lane of their own.
Hailing from west London, he has collaborated with the likes of Shakka and vocalist Yasmin Baker and has been making music since 1992 when he was in rap duo I.n.A (Incisive and Adrenaline).
Now, Myles McCaulskey interviews Incisive about his new EP, life as an independent rapper and more.
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Myles McCaulsey interviews west London rapper Incisive about his new EP, life as an independent rapper and more. (17 minutes)
28th April 2017 | Music
Drawing influence from bands such as Black Sabbath, Deep Purple, Judas Priest and Nazareth, heavy metal band Grand Magus are a force to be reckoned with.
With a cult-like following, ever since the band’s first album (Grand Magus in 2001) a legion of fans have followed them around the world, through eight albums. Along the way, they have also supported the likes of Motorhead, charted in the Top 40 German charts and critical acclaim.
In May 2016 they released their eight album, Sword Songs - a record they describe too all of "...our sweat, blood and tears... I think you can hear that. It is the best Grand Magus album ever!”.
Alex Irons interviewed the band about the album, performing live and what to expect from them in the future.
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Alex Irons interviews Grand Magus about their latest album, performing live and what to expect from them in the future. (6 minutes)