If you’re traveling to London be sure to check out this short vlog. Joan Kim takes us on a journey and highlights 100 things to do in London.
Don’t Call It Road Rap is narrated and hosted by the legendary Mike Skinner who uses the documentary to look at the history and current state of the rap scene.
Drake surprised everyone will on the road, popping up in the intimate London club XOYO with Skepta, Giggs and Section Boyz. Toronto rapper Smoke Dawg and London’s Nafe Smallz were booked to perform at the venue.
We all have the same 24 hours, unless you’re Sean “Diddy” Combs. Press play and ride with the family for a 24 hour London town takeover. Powered by Bad Boy Entertainment, DeLeón Tequila and CÎROC Vodka.
Yee Haw, oh yeah the best steak EVER and fantastic service to boot. Please don’t hesitate to make a reservation at Hawsmoor, you will NOT be disappointed. The service is second to none, friendly and attentive without being overbearing.
The Business of Grime spotlights the entrepreneurial roots of Britain’s global cultural export: grime music. From breakout artists to emerging upstarts, the film gets up-close with Lethal Bizzle, Jammz, DJ Argue, Ratty LOTM, Prince Rapid, Cheeky and XTC.
Frank Ocean is set to headline Lovebox Festival 2017 in London. He has yet to announce any official tour dates following the release of his Blonde album, so this looks to be the first.
From youth clubs, estates and pirate radio stations – to hardships, artists and civil unrest – the area is one where things start, fall apart, are nurtured and eventually flourish.
The intense 12-minute short film was directed by AWGE, A$AP Rocky’s creative collective. It tells the tragic story of Rina, a character trapped in a world of crime and misfortune.
Drake shocked thousands of fans at a recent Section Boyz show in London. The Canadian Rapper made a surprise guest appearance which left the crowd in a frenzy.