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The UK's hottest hip-hop and rap artists have come together with legendary producer/artist Will.I.Am and PrettyLittleThing on a brand new track and collection.

Ms Banks, Lioness and Lady Leshurr are a trio of fearless females who have curated their very own PLT fashion range, and it's gorgeous.

The accompanying song shows off their searing rap talent, showing exactly why they're paving the way for British women in the grime world at the moment.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Ms Banks recently supported the queen of rap herself Nicki Minaj on her global tour, and performed with Little Mix at the 2019 Brit Awards,

Lioness is quickly rising to fame, and critics and music lovers alike are hailing her as the one to watch this year in the hip-hop game.

Lady Leshurr has over one million YouTube subscribers, and for good reason. She's leading the way as the hottest woman in the UK's grime landscape, and her style speaks for itself.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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The ladies are taking over the music industry, and we're SO excited for their PrettyLittleThing collection to shake the world too, courtesy of Will.I.Am's beats.

We also adore the representation of plus sized garments and women-of-colour, which is so important in fashion and needs to improve throughout the industry.

This metallic puffer jacket and unitard is one of our favourite looks from the new collection, and would be perfect for any festival or concert this season.

Sporting orange and camouflage shades with fur coats, fun patterns for the summer and military athleisure styles; your next style staples are officially SORTED.

The Badass Babes Club welcome distressed denim pieces, killer puffer jackets, urban energy, fiery hues and statement neons to your wardrobe. 

Never ones to shy away from eye-catching pieces, the urban rang includes leather look leggings, fanny packs and enough patterns to grab the attention.

Shop the collection on the PLT website now. Street style has never looked so good.

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Liam Payne's fans are used to his pop-friendly music from the One Direction days, but now it seems that the singer wants to go down a very different music route.

The boyband star is reportedly saying goodbye to pop and saying hello to the world of grime.

According to The Sun, Liam has been in a few recording sessions with garage grime artist Krunchie and it's the way he wants to turn.

 

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"Liam wants to make it clear that he's not just about cheesy ballads. He's a serious musician with many different strengths.

"Krunchie has inspired Liam by teaching him more about a new area of music and hopes one of their tracks will be his debut solo single."

 

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But don't worry about him losing his way because Krunchie has worked with the likes of Rita Ora, Jess Glynne and Timbaland in the past.

He's in safe hands.

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As claims her marriage is on the rocks, and even further claims that she's secretly seeing grime artist, MC Meridian Dan, Lily Allen has launched an attack at the BRIT awards for not nominating any grime or rap artists.

She slammed "music industry figures" for not paying attention to un-signed artists and said that people who "work at major labels" are focusing on the wrong thing.

The singer wrote on her Facebook page a lengthy rant about her feelings, and let's just say, she didn't hold back. 

"The voting academy consists of 1000 music industry figures', and here lies the problem, music industry figures don't necessarily care about music, they mostly care about themselves, they vote tactically for their labels artists to win or so that their competitors at other labels DON'T," she began.

"Skepta JME and Stormzy are all unsigned artists, who would gain from them winning anything? In fact them being nominated or even winning poses a direct threat to 'music industry figures'.

"Imagine if Skepta or Stormzy won , who would they thank in their speeches, who's ego would get massaged?"

"The artist could benefit immensely that's for sure this is an an example music industry figures throwing artists under the bus for personal gain and it's not a culture , it's a religion."

We can see another nominations controversy starting.

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