• Art Meets Music 2017 In Pictures

    Earlier this month on April 6, Arts Meets Music returned for its fourth year boasting a talented line up of both musicians and artists. Teaming up with Relentless Energy Drinks, this year’s event was hosted by BBC 1Xtra radio personality Yasmin Evans and featured art from artists like Willkay, Koby ...

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  • How Social Media Is Low Key F*cking Up Your Life

    How bad can it be? Slowly but surely, social media has increased greatly in popularity in the last decade alone. The introduction of platforms like Twitter, Instagram and Snapchat have given rise to a new generation of retweeting, double-tapping, dog-filter loving individuals who spend hours a day on social media. ...

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  • MMP Launches ‘Creative Space’

    Creative Space is a place for you to share your work, network, and collaborate with like-minded creatives. Whether it’s art, fashion, music, short film / YouTube vid / podcast or otherwise, share it with the community and get feedback and exposure for your hard work. Join our Creative Space group ...

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  • This Guy Is The Pizza Plug For The Whole Of Britain

    You know those nights when Dominos is the motive but paying full-price for pizza really isn’t? In an attempt not to be bested by the pizza shop – you might find yourself spending a copious amount of time trawling the web looking for discount codes to soften the blow – ...

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  • How Culture Vultures Have Hijacked The Grime Scene

    In the past year or so, Grime has scaled to epic proportions – thanks to not only some amazingly talented newcomers and the work of the Grime scene veterans who paved the way for the genre, but arguably thanks to Canadian rapper Drake. The ‘6 god’ artist has been a ...

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  • Is Society Failing The BAME Community?

    by Rodney Victor Williams BAME unemployment has been a topic that has been heavy on my heart for a very long time. This article published on the Guardian’s website at the following link, states: “There are now 41,000 16- to 24-year-olds from black, asian and minority ethnic [BAME] communities who ...

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