Today we introduce to you Danish pop sensation, Nabiha.
Jumping in at the deep end, and breaking through into the the UK scene, 'Animals' strikes you immediately - Dark and bassy until a momentous chorus punches in.
Nabiha continues a subtle prowess in both the UK and the US, as she follows on from her previous single 'Mind The Gap' which simultaneously shot to #1 inn the UK urban chart, #2 in the club chart and #3 in the pop chart respectively.
An explosive mix of urban culture and synchronised dance moves, the video cuts clearly through in black & white, with Nabiha's defiant and sultry lyrical abilities on show.
Midnight Marauder is an artist who is beginning to build himself up something of a cult following for his fresh and inspiring takes on iconic film posters.
He first came into most people's radars when he released a series of posters inspired by Ridley Scott's 2012 release Prometheus and since then he's gone on to rework several other film posts including Blade Runner and The Dark Knight Rises.
Each of Midnight Marauder's works are gritty, well thought out and utterly beautiful often coming complete with quite a vintage tinge to them and he can now count WJ as some of his biggest fans.
Although reworking film posters is nothing new in the art world it's the way Midnight Marauder captures the films context so perfectly that really grabs our attention and for that we reckon he deserves a lot of praise.
These stunning sculptures are the work of Tel Aviv based, Eyal Gever an artist who's quickly becoming one of our favourites.
Combining technology and art to create pieces that aim to pause the moments that drive destruction and beauty into the eyes of those observing the pieces. The glossy and very colourful sculptures below aim to capture the moment of a collision hense their crumpled up state.
Gever uses a software programme he developed himself to help get the feeling of impact in to his sculptures. Check out some of our favourite pieces below.
If you like your art work with a side of weird then you'll probably love to work of photography duo Geoffrey Cottenceau and Romain Rousset.
Collectively known as Gneborg the two create images that not only make you look twice but also freak you out and intrigue you in equal measure.
There's no clever camera tricks here just bags of clever ideas and enough props to create pictures which are out of the ordinary and bordering on worryingly weird.
The duo rely solely on props such as chairs, mattresses, bed sheets and towels and models who are willing to but themselves in odd situations to achieve the end result. Check out some of our favourite pieces from Gneborg above.
We are loving the work of Spunky Zoe aka Korean based artist Seungyea Park.
Spunky Zoe is best known for her mythical and at times rather scary portraits which she creates using a simple ball point pen and acrylic pains. Each of her pieces illustrates one of her inner demons and if the above images are anything to go by she has a fair few.
Another strong theme throughout many of Spunky Zoe's works are two monsters battling each other. One monsters is seen living inside her while the other lives on the outside. It's complex stuff but the outcome is great so check out some of her works above.