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Issue Date: 19 May 2022

  • M Huncho is the cover star for Music Week’s June issue, ahead of the release of his debut album Chasing Euphoria. Set to be one of the most notable rap records of 2022, Huncho’s debut full-length follows Top 5 mixtape Huncholini The 1st and sees the North West London artist reveal more of himself than ever before. Music Week’s cover interview reflects the candour of the album itself as Huncho reflects on his journey through the industry, with added insight from Island Records president Louis Bloom, A&R Adele White, Groundworks’ Niall Bentil and Mixtape Madness’ Kwabz Oduro Ayim. 
  • Alongside M Huncho in this month’s features section, we break the news of the launch of brand new music industry organisation Mothers In Music, which was set up by The Go 2 Agency founder and Music Week Women In Music Roll Of Honour inductee Shauni Caballero. The project will campaign for mothers across the music business and Caballero unveils her plans in full in our interview. Joining her to share their experiences and call for action from the business are WME’s Whitney Boateng and BBC Radio 1Xtra DJ and Parlophone exec Sian Anderson.
  • Decca co-presidents Tom Lewis and Laura Monks are in this month’s Music Week Interview, sitting down with Music Week to discuss the evolution of the 93-year-old label. The pair reveal the inner workings of Decca, as well as talking TikTok, A&R, Andrea Bocelli, Diana Ross, UK jazz and much more. 
  • Plus! Following the news of Paradigm moving under the Wasserman Music umbrella, we meet Casey Wasserman to talk us through the acquisition and hold court on what the music industry can learn from the sport world. Elsewhere, newly-installed Ivors Academy chair Tom Gray gives Music Week his first major interview in the new role and Porcupine Tree tell the story of Closure/Continuation, their first album in 13 years, with help from Music For Nations label head Julie Weir and veteran manager Peter Rudge. There’s all that and much, much more!
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