Lily talks to American rapper, author and producer Chuck D, leader of the politically and socially conscious rap group Public Enemy. He talks about his recent tour including the headline performance at the opening of “House of Vans” and the early years of his music career.

Lily Mercer catches up with Odd Future members The Internet in London. They tell us about their favourite city to play, their forthcoming album with Mac Miller and who else they want to work with.


Lily goes backstage at Koko to chat with electronic musician, producer & DJ Kaytranada about his headline performance and his influences

Lily catches up with American hip-hop artist ScHoolBoy Q from South Central LA, signed to Top Dawg Entertainment. They talk about his album Oxymoron and how he got started at TDE.

Lily sits down with Mapei from Stockholm to talk about her influences from hip-hop to dance-pop, Swedish club to gospel and the album on the way.

Lily catches up with producer Budgie to talk about his recent release The Good Book with hip-hop producer The Alchemist and how he got into sampling gospel music.

Lily goes backstage to talk to hip hop DJ and actor Jazzy Jeff. They touch on his early musical career, how he feels about the industry now and his plans for the future.

Lily meets up with Chynna, a hip-hop artist from Philadelphia, to talk about her view on female rappers today and her new single Selfie.

Lily speaks to American singer-songwriter and actress Tinashe about her early beginnings and her recent release, Black Water. Tinashe’s latest single, 2 On featuring ScHoolBoy Q.

Lily meets up with New York hip-hop group RATKING to talk about their music beginnings and their debut album, So It Goes, out early April.

Lily meets up with New York rapper Remy Banks, one part of collective World’s Fair, to talk about how the UK music scene has influenced his music and his plans for future projects.

Lily meets up with Swedish trip-hop band Little Dragon. They discuss the process of making music and some of their more famous fans from the world of hip-hop. They also talk about their visual identity as a band and some of their favourite types of music.

Lily talks to US DJ and producer J Cush about the record label he founded, Lit City Trax, and how listening to pirate radio influenced him to become a DJ and producer.

Lily talks to singer Sasha Keable about her recent collaborations and her new EP entitled Black Book.

Lily catches up with hip-hop artist and producer Bishop Nehru to talk about his idol rapper, his recent tour with Wu Tang Clan and his latest release, Exhale.

Lily catches up with some of the members of Piff Gang to talk about their latest release, Middle Finger, and their plans for the future.

Lily meets up with US artist Melo X at The Vintage Bean Cafe to talk about what influences his music, the new release A Tree Must Be A Tree, and his favourite London slang word.

Lily sits down with North London rapper ItsNate to chat about the making of new mixtape, So Slocal, and his upcoming single, Savage. We get a sneak peak of the music video too.

Lily Mercer meets up with singer Kelela to talk about her recent mixtape release entitled Cut 4 Me on Fade To Mind. They touch on the type of sound Kelela was looking for when creating the mixtape and talk about the music scene in the US.

Lily catches the legendary hip hop trio Slum Village, to talk about the battle rap scene in Detroit, one of their hit singles, Fall in Love, and the group share some memorable moments of the late rapper Proof.

In the first instalment of The Lily Mercer Show, Lily visits the Redbull Music Academy to chat to the highly influential hip-hop trio Flatbush Zombies about their London tour and upcoming releases.

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2 thoughts on “Interviews

  1. Interview Yelawolf! He reps a totally unique style but just as lyrically potent as all the artists you’ve interviewed. do itttttttt

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