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Cakes Da Killa

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Cakes Da Killa’s sound is always evolving — and his new LP, the jazz-kissed ‘Black Sheep’, is the latest step in the NYC-based rapper’s musical maturation. Produced alongside his longtime collaborator Sam Katz, it might be his best yet. Bruce Tantum learns more

Rashard Bradshaw has always had a thing for the power and the beauty of words. “I loved reading and I loved poetry, just poetry in...

Cakes Da Killa announces new album, 'Black Sheep', shares 'Mind Reader': Listen

The New York rapper's next full-length release is due out on 22nd March

Cakes Da Killa has a new album on the way, titled 'Black Sheep'. Set for release on 22nd March via TOKiMONSTA's Young Art Records, the...

HoneyLuv and Cakes Da Killa join forces on new single, ‘Bring It Back’: Listen

The Cleveland artist continues her collaborative single summer streak by teaming up with the Brooklyn rapper

HoneyLuv has released a new single, 'Bring It Back', with New York rapper Cakes Da Killa. Listen to it below. This is the Cleveland artist's...

Honey Dijon poses in a yellow banner dress in an industrial setting

Featuring Dijon's performance with an orchestra, DJ sets, a panel talk, and more

Honey Dijon is taking over the Southbank Centre over two weekends this year for a special event called Honeyverse. The DJ and producer will host...

Cakes Da Killa by Ebru Yildiz

Blending hip-hop, house and influences from New York’s ballroom scene, Cakes Da Killa has been opening up the conversation around LGBTQ+ artists in rap. He speaks to Nathan Evans about developing his style, the appropriation of queer and ballroom culture, and finding inspiration in the Harlem Renaissance for his new album ‘Svengali’

In 2014, Cakes Da Killa’s uniquely sharp and agile club rap earned him an interview on New York’s premier hip-hop station, Hot 97. He never...