At Least the 2019 BRIT Award Nominations Feel Gender-Balanced
Giggs, Jorja Smith and Brockhampton were named among this year's nods, where paint-by-numbers pop stands beside rising innovators.
The Worst Things Brits Have Done Abroad
Following news that Spanish hotels have been forced to pull minibars because of Brits refilling bottles with piss, we asked the important questions.
All the News You Need to Read This Morning
Buy-to-let has skewed the housing market and must be curbed, think-tank says.
Award Shows Need Rappers More Than Rappers Need Award Shows
In a time when Daniel Caesar and Drake run streaming, will the JUNOs properly recognise the Black artists drawing attention to Canada's music scene?
The UK Government Responded to Stormzy’s BRITs Freestyle
They've basically reiterated a Grenfell tower fire-related pledge made during the last Budget.
British Alcohol Consumption Has Hit a 12-Year Low
According to the Office of National Statistics, the number of adults who drink regularly dropped from 64.2 percent in 2005 to 56.9 percent in 2016.
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Brits Don’t Want You to Come Any Closer Than Three Feet
You must never enter our personal space.
Last Night’s Brits Were As Grime As They're Ever Going to Get
The British music industry still refuses to reward black artists who have achieved vast success largely without them.
Let’s Revisit That Time Geri’s Giant Inflatable Crotch Was at the Brits
Artist Robin Harries takes us behind the scenes of that TV moment from 2000 – and looks back at designing a George W Bush effigy getting a blowjob from a dog.
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Wednesday Night’s New Gen Show Was Proof That Urban Music in the UK Is Thriving
Stefflon Don, AJ Tracey, Avelino and Abra Cadabra all showed up to Kamio for a one-off performance in the run up to the BRITs.
Here’s What Happens When You Twitter-Shame the Brit Awards
What it takes to go from #BritsSoWhite in 2016 to the #WokeBrits a year later.
You’re Making Spaghetti Bolognese All Wrong, According to the Godfather of Italian Food
Much loved Italian chef Antonio Carluccio has a few things to say about Britain’s treatment of the classic pasta dish.