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News: A$AP Ferg @ The 100 Club with Converse

Converse are slaying it with their Converse Gigs @ 100 Club. The next performance is by rising rapper, A$AP Ferg, who will follow the likes of former Notion cover star Joey Bada$$, Nas and Ghostface Killah, who have all taken to the stage. Having first made a name …



Lovebox First Line-up Announcement!

London’s Lovebox Festival is becoming a staple of the capital’s summer season. Each year the multi-stage carnival manages to exceed itself, propelling it’s status into stratospheric spheres. This year Lovebox has joined forces with Secret Productions (co-organisers of Wilderness and Secret Garden Party 2009-2013), creating a new vision for 2014. …



Converse & The Fader Present Blood Orange

After a successful year that witnessed the likes of Joey Bada$$, Palma Violets, and Enter Shikari pass through London’s most hallowed venue, Converse gigs @ 100 Club are partnering with award winning music magazine The FADER for the latter’s UK debut event. They’ve made their mark on the promotional side …



Joey Bada$$ & Disclosure: Our Dream Has Come True

It’s obvious that we love Joey Bada$$. He was on our cover… we really like him. You know what we really like? Live shows. We love getting up front, getting down and getting going. I don’t suspect that it’s fate that I write this, I am currently listening to …



Joey Bada$$ Update: ‘My Yout’ Gets The Video Treatment

YO! So our incredible cover star, aka Joey Bada$$, has unleashed the Caribbean-set video for ‘My Yout’. The vibrant visuals follow Joey around St. Lucia and are soundtrack by a suitably reggae-tinged chorus courtesy of Maverick Sabre. The Pro Era frontman has also released his Summer Knights EP (not to …



10 Bada$$ Things About Joey Bada$$

You can purchase the new issue of Notion Magazine here, or download our app if you have an iPhone or iPad (released tomorrow).

18-year-old rapper and Pro Era affiliate, Joey Bada$$, has been making the kind of rap-game movements to warrant any 90s revival hysteria. His debut mixtape 1999



Live Review: Parklife 2013

Parklife Festival, haven’t you grown. I remember when you were just a wee festival newbie, situated in the heartland of Manchester’s student community, where for £25 your average cool cat could lose themselves in some Fake Blood, a Friendly Fire or get acquainted with some Magnetic Men. …