Introducing The Real Becky Hill

Ahead of her new album, Believe Me Now?, Hill reflects on sexual assault, her career so far, and womanhood.

TW: This article contains mentions of sexual assault.

A few months ago, I sat with Becky Hill backstage before her sold-out Brooklyn Steele performance. As we chatted about her collaborations and the struggle of being taken seriously as a solo artist, I could feel Hill's passion. She's an artist who takes her craft very seriously, someone who's both humble and fiery all at once, with a voice that can bring an entire room together.

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At 17 years old, most of us were day-dreaming about our crushes, hopelessly scrolling through social media fantasizing about the glorious day when we don't live with our parents. Unless you're Obai, one of Gen-Z's hottest rising stars who just seems to understand the industry so early into his career.

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Claire Rosinkranz is no stranger to making music, it's something she's been doing since she was 8 years old. From a young age she was conjuring up ideas for her father, who wrote for TV shows and commercials at the felt like she was just born for this.

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Wolf Alice

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Wolf Alice's Blue Weekend, out last week, has soared to the top of the UK charts, ousting Olivia Rodrigo's SOUR from the top spot.

This is the London-based band's first number one album (their last two went to number two), and it cements the indie rockers as future megastars.

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Music Features

"The Life of Pablo" Was the Beginning of the End of Kanye West

The Life of Pablo was a turning point for Kanye West in music, fashion, and life

Kanye West

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Kanye's music has always reflected his inner thoughts.

When Kanye released his seventh studio album, The Life of Pablo, on February 14th in 2016, we should have known things were about to take a turn for the worse.

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Music Reviews

Review: Brockhampton Play to Their Strengths in New Album, "ROADRUNNER: NEW LIGHT, NEW MACHINE"

Brockhampton blend different sounds, moods and themes into something that emerges as revelatory and reflective of the complexity of emotion


There has been a lot of awful quarantine content. Like, a lot.

From the early days of the celebrity "Imagine" video to quarantine albums that should have stayed in the vault (sorry, Nick Jonas; we're looking at you), it's been a tumultuous year and music has followed suit.

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