interview

An Interview with Atumpan

An Interview with Atumpan

One of my favourite things about doing my radio show is getting to meet some of my favourite artists! I’ve been listening to afrobeats artist Atumpan on repeat recently, so I was so gassed to have him come onto my show.

An interview with Whinnie Williams

An interview with Whinnie Williams

A couple of weeks ago I had the total delight of having London based singer / songwriter Whinnie Williams come join me at the Hoxton Radio studio to chat about her new single Real Damn Bad. I’m obsessed with Whinnie’s singing

An interview with Sy Ari Da Kid

An interview with Sy Ari Da Kid

Sy Ari Da Kid has been one of my favourite artists on the scene since I first came across his track TLC on Spotify about a year and a half ago. Since then I’ve followed his progress and can proudly call

Check out Lilah’s interview in Elle!

Check out Lilah’s interview in Elle!

I’m literally bursting with pride at my friend Lilah’s success. Not only do I get to wake up to the sweet sounds of her voice on the Capital Breakfast show, wear her clothing collection, she’s now been named as part

An acoustic set and interview with Antigoni

An acoustic set and interview with Antigoni

One of my favourite things about doing my radio show on Hoxton Radio is being able to interview some of the best artists in the world! In the last year I’ve been fortunate enough to interview the likes of Snakehips

An interview with M.O

An interview with M.O

I’ve been following the careers of M.O for some time now, so I was so excited when they came onto my Hoxton Radio show a couple of Friday’s ago to share their brand new single ‘Who do you Think of’

An interview with Ady Suleiman

An interview with Ady Suleiman

You may remember that I made Ady Salesman’s new track Running Away (the Winta James remix) my track of the week a couple of weeks ago; if you missed it then check out the post here. I was lucky enough

An interview with Fifi Rong

An interview with Fifi Rong

Born in Beijing and now living in London, Fifi Rong has one of the most captivating voices I have ever heard. Even if you aren’t familiar with her solo work, you’ll recognise her voice as her vocals open Skepta’s hotly-anticipated album