15 March 2023

Who. What. Where?

Welcome to HUNGER’s Who. What. Where? Your one-stop shop for all the latest and greatest upcoming events and releases. Whether you’re looking for your next injection of culture or just something to freshen up your wardrobe, you’ll only find the best of it here.

HUNGRY alumnus Louis VI has returned with ‘NEEDLE IN THE OCEAN,’ the latest offering of his highly anticipated upcoming album, EARTHLING. The single sees Norwich native Oscar Jerome make an appearance. Meanwhile, Louis’ pen game is sharper than ever over lush instrumentation that holds hints of psychedelia. “I seen my friends taking substances, but they don’t know what substance is” is just one of many standout bars on the cut, completed by Jerome’s always groovy vocals on the hook. ‘NEEDLE IN THE OCEAN’ is the final single before the release of EARTHLING on March 31st. If you want to experience the album live, you can catch Louis performing in London (May 3rd), Paris (May 11th) and Berlin (May 13th), with tickets available here.

Image Credit: Olly Dundas

Everyones favourite skate-wear specialist Stüssy has now collaborated with the go-to London umbrella brand Dover Street Market in a fusion of British subculture. Christmas comes early for streetwear fanatics, as Stüssy unveils a selection of uber-cool hoodies and t-shirts that combine the two distinctive branding styles. A black tee featuring DSM x Stüssy co-branding on the back and khaki green and pink hoodies are currently available, as well as a selection of trousers and accessories expected to be released soon. As Dover Street Market travels 15 minutes from its beloved Soho building, the “Chapter Pack” collab is available in the official store and on the brand’s official website.

Finally, Rising London rap star Len is back with another banger, this time in the form of ‘ADDICTION,’ which fans have been eagerly counting down the days for. The bouncy track features “hey” ad-libs that’ll stay stuck in your head for days and typically unforgettable Len lines like “I’m addicted to bad hoes.” Meanwhile, brazy also offers up an equally slick verse towards the end of the track. Overall, it’s one of those tunes you’ll catch yourself rapping along to as it blasts through your AirPods in public without even realising it – it’s that catchy. While it had a lot of hype to live up to, Len certainly delivered, proving he’s still an extremely bright light in the rising London underground scene.

  • Writer Chris Saunders

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