Julie Adenuga takes us inside the Beats 1 studio

Murray Stassen

I guarantee that there’s a lot of people who didn’t think that radio would last this long,” says Julie Adenuga, commenting on radio’s continuing resilience in the UK.

“It’s got this gold in it that people probably didn’t even realise it had. For the music that I’m heavily into, MC-ing wise, it’s really important for them to maintain [radio] culture, because that’s the roots of grime.”

It’s been almost 18 months since Apple’s bold, 24/7, free worldwide internet radio station ...

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