Urban Artist School's Shemzy Tells Us Why You Should Apply

We’re looking for talented musicians to join our 36 week long Urban Artist School. The program aims to develop artists and help create sustainable careers within the music industry. We will support your progress to enable you to generate ideas quickly and respond to the creative potential of your work effectively and fluently. Course begins 12th September 2016. Deadline for applying 29th July 2016. Full story

Reload Takes On The EU Referendum [Exclusive]

It’s been a very confusing time since the results of the Europe Referendum was announced 2 weeks ago. MP’s from different parties are turning against each other and our whole United Kingdom seems completely divided. Our very own Urban Artist Music School alumni Reload exclusively reveals his new politically fueled anthem 'Leave' Full story

Seminar | Learn & Develop Your Own Live Shows

Throughout all our CMU:DIY x Urban Development sessions over the last year we’ve talked a lot about building a fanbase and the crucial role gigging plays in that process. So it’s about time we talked about getting on stage! Full story


The weather is finally getting warmer (if you discount today's dreary rain) and warmer weather means festival season. With hundreds of music events covering all genres taking place across Britain in the next few months, Rocio Sanchez kicks off this new 3 part series delving into some of the best to look out for. Full story

#PLAYME: HANNAH V - 'I Ain't The One.'

This girl is a favourite of ours and here, Hannah teams up with singer-songwriter Andreya Triana to drop this four minutes of fire that has already had support from Complex. Full story


Nigerian artist Ayo Jay has been bubbling under for a little while now - his sound has been described as "Afropop meets Caribbean dancehall and soca by way of New York" by Rolling Stone magazine. Whilst this track featuring 'Trap Queen' star Fetty Wap isn't new, it is infectious, and perfect for this weather... Full story


Our boy Samuel Eni sat down with the spoken word artist to get the lowdown on life, poetry, and just being a kid from Wood Green. Full story