Sam Hassan mm

Sam Hassan is English and spent the past year living in Jinan teaching English at a Foreign Language School. He graduated from University College London in September 2015 studying history. He is now back in London and spends his time travelling, writing and making music (https://soundcloud.com/sininigenie). He is a participant in the Battersea Arts Centre Young Producers of the Year programme.

Roadman V Lad

Sam Hassan explores two working class British subcultures and the forms of masculinity associated ...

European island discs: From UK rap to French afro-house

In a new series in E&M’s Heart, we speak to young, creative Europeans and ...

What does UK Drill Show About Masculinity in Inner Cities

Drill music, what can be simply described as a very dark, aggressive and nihilistic ...

Culture Clash: A young European in China

For the past 8 months I have been living in Jinan, 1 of 160 ...

Inflated Masculinities: an insight into European gym culture

I first felt a draw towards the gym at around 15 years old. Seeing ...

FIFA 16: Women and the Football Industry

What does FIFA 16 adding female players mean for women in the football industry? Sam ...

Jeremy Corbyn and the rise of acceptable socialism

In September 2015, much to the surprise of political commentators across the United Kingdom, ...