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Ty and the history of UK rap
A brief history of UK hip hop, rap and MC culture told by a linchpin of the scene, Shortee Blitz
Why didn't UK funky break the mainstream?
Kwame Safo talks to some prominent figures of UK Funky about why the sound didn't crack the mainstream market
The gentrification of jungle
Kwame Safo talks to Marc Mac, Bryan Gee, DJ Flight and Junior Tomlin about the futuristic Black art form and why its Black roots should never be forgotten
Kevin Saunderson: “Black people don’t even know that techno came from Black artists”
Jaguar talks to Kevin Saunderson and Idris Elba about their Inner City collaboration, the roots of techno and the future of dance music
The exploitation of Black women vocalists in house music
Chanté Joseph talks in depth to five artists about their experiences of racism and misogyny in the music industry
The Lazarusman: "Not being racist isn’t enough, you need to be anti-racist"
The South African spoken word poet, vocalist, DJ and producer talks anti-racism, post-apartheid South Africa, and more
Annie Mac: "There's not enough Black people in every level of the music industry"
Annie Mac and Natalie Maddix of House Gospel Choir talk race, power and business in the music industry with Jasmine Kent-Smith
Sting gave your favourite grime MCs their big break – so why haven't you heard of him?
Kwame Safo presents the history of Sting, the London entrepreneur behind the legendary Deja Vu radio station and the seminal early 90s Telepathy parties that helped to birth jungle