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In Conversation With: Tyla

Amapiano can only be described as a force that is snowballing with time. As the movement gains more speed, weight and global recognition...


On Repeat: Essy Maliya makes her official debut with "Same Way"

South-East London Essy Maliya makes her entrance into the scene with the Rich Music produced RnB track Same Way. Same Way is a profession...


Review: BNXN @ indigo at The O2

In the final week of November I was invited down to indigo at The O2 to see afro-fusion star BNXN (formerly known as Buju) perform. It...


January Digital Cover: Sophia Thakur

Literature continues to shape the world that we live in. It reflects our political, economic and cultural status through the work of...


Review: 'Someday, Maybe' by Onyi Nwabineli

Some books you can’t put down similar to the way you can’t tap out of life. You want to wake up again in the world you have dove into...


5 Black Books for Lover Girls

We're rounding up autumnal reads for lover girls. Featuring Bolu Babalola, Sareeta Domingo, Amber Rose Gill, Joya Goffney and Talia Hibbert.


Michael Ward Talks All Things 'Empire of Light'

Empire of Light star Micheal Ward sits down with The Floor Magazine to talk about how his character differs from other roles like Top...


Spoiler Free Review - Black Panther: Wakanda Forever

Enjoy our spoiler free review of Marvel's new Black Panther film, Wakanda Forever


Review: The Woman King

Sony Pictures' 'The Woman King' stars Viola Davis, Shelia Atim, Lashana Lynch as the 1800s all-female warriors. John Boyega, also stars.


Available online and for print, click below to read our latest issue. Each issue includes articles, exclusive interviews, and the latest trends within music, literature, and TV.

Euphoria S2 Finale: 'All My Life, My Heart Has Yearned For A Thing I Cannot Name'
Euphoria S2 E6 Review: 'A Thousand Little Trees of Blood'
Euphoria Review: S2 E5: 'Stand Still Like the Hummingbird'
Euphoria Review: S2 E4 'You Who Cannot See, Think of Those Who Can'
Euphoria Review: S2 E2 'Out of Touch'

#Euphoria Column

Oreviews And The Art of The Series Finale
Euphoria Review: S2 E4 'You Who Cannot See, Think of Those Who Can'
Michael X: Hustler, Revolutionary, Outlaw
Finale Review: Line Of Duty
Headie One Album Review: Edna
Teyana Taylor Album Review: The Album
Why Quarantine Season Is The Perfect Time To Take In New Music
AFRONATION: the highs, the lows and why I'll be back again next year

Ore's Column

The Floor Magazine - 
An online and print publication celebrating emerging talents of colour in the literary and creative worlds.  
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