Rounding off the collective successes of his heartfelt string of singles “Topdown”, “Glitter Ain’t Gold” ft Jaz Karis, “Boyfriend Part 2” and “Bloom”, rising R&B singer songwriter Jay Lewn unveils his highly anticipated sophomore EP “LOVERBOY”, fronted by lead single “Still Blue” ft JGrrey.

A dynamic, soul-stirring collection of 7 sensuous tracks, “LOVERBOY” encapsulates Jay’s affection for fusing alluring R&B melodies with irresistible, dream-like grooves. With each track possessing its own intricate personality and subject matter, the EP shines a new, intoxicating perspective on the age old notion of love, diving deeper to explore it’s twisted, multi-faceted nature.


By Dani Gray

Urbanears launches sustainable new headphones made from trash

On 7th April 2022, Swedish audio lifestyle brand Urbanears is announcing the release of their true wireless headphones Urbanears Boo in two different models, made from 97% and 91% recycled plastics* (bottles, air conditioner units and other junk).

By Nisha-Paris Murria

6 Fashionable Trends that have made a MAJOR mark in 2021

Now that we have reached the peak of summer and COVID- 19 restrictions have been removed (FINALLY); we can all go out and enjoy ourselves, which means wearing what you have always wanted to wear to bars/clubs or even restaurants.

By Anonymous

My Carnival Weekend 2021

August Bank Holiday weekend calls for Carnival celebrations. Every year, visitors and locals line the streets of Notting Hill for a two-day party in a colourful celebration of Caribbean culture. However, this event, much like our lives, has been placed on hold for the past two years due to COVID-19.

By Nisha-Paris Murria

The Sexualisation of Women’s Bodies in Mainstream Media

Whichever medium you choose to absorb whether that be through television programmes, interactive games or the traditional magazine, women’s bodies are constantly sexualised.

By Aqsa Chow

What is self-love to a South Asian woman?

Navigating a dual cultured life whilst also navigating womanhood, feeling confused and disconnected from both, Self-love for a South Asian woman is a long journey.

By Nazeema Hamdi

Real Rap Back In Fashion

Watching George The Poet’s ‘It was written’ was a tear-jerker, to say the least, the performance paid homage to UK rap and the remarkable impact it has had on a wider music scene.

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