It’s A Sin actor Lydia West on her character Jill, working with industry icons, and telling stories that resonate.
From Detroit to The Hate U Give and now Judas and The Black Messiah, Algee Smith has dedicated his craft to telling necessary stories on-screen.
Breakout star of Netflix's Fate: The Winx Saga Danny Griffin reflects on the best advice he’s ever received and why he’s always open to learning something new.
Superstar-in-waiting Maria Isabel lets us in on the creative process behind her debut EP, “Stuck in the Sky”, and how everything from her upbringing to journaling influences her music.
Chloë Grace Moretz talks growing up in Hollywood, speaking her mind, and learning to take a step back with Charlize Theron.
Immersive and ethereal, Rachel Chinouriri's meticulously crafted soundscapes are the perfect musical escape.
Brits Rising Star Award-winner Celeste discusses how music has guided her through grief, falling in love, and finding trust in herself.
Tiktok sensation Mimi Webb talks adapting to the ever-changing industry, and her strategy for the future.
Rollacoaster cover star Tom Grennan on his hair-raising strings version of "Little Bit Of Love".
After some much needed downtime at home in Australia, Euphoria and Kissing Booth star Jacob Elordi is back – covering Man About Town, Chapter 1.
Starring in FX's A Teacher, Nick Robinson speaks with Kate Mara on their filming experience, diffusing tension before love scenes, and what he’s learned from 2020.
Catching the attention of artists from Sia to Justin Bieber, Eddie Benjamin is making waves as an artist to watch this year with his own blend of pop, R&B and jazz.
From songwriting for Girls Aloud to releasing her self-assured new project “The Art of Closure”, Gracey talks biding her time and finding her identity as an artist.
Speaking to Jamie Dornan, Behind Her Eyes star Eve Hewson talks following her work around the world, hitting pause at home in lockdown, and what’s next.
Full circle means just maybe it was always meant to be: Poet Kai-Isaiah Jamal writes an open letter to themselves for our Winter 2020 issue.
Dropping his latest album Made In Lagos last year, Wizkid unpacks his creative process for the record, and the importance of staying in his own lane.
Reflecting on her new debut album Nightmare Vacation, Rico Nasty talks refining her message, pushing herself creatively, and embracing her whole self.
Undisputed Queen of the South Shaybo on mastering her craft, empowering her fans and female representation in rap.
Hitting heavy with his latest mixtape, DNA, M Huncho is riding the trapwave into a new dimension.