Hennessy: For The Culture is an exhibition taking place at Somerset House, that explores London's dynamic underground music scene and it's increasing presence in the mainstream, particularly Grime and Hip Hop.
The exhibition tracks through London's most pioneering black music scenes from 60s to now - featuring never-before-seen imagery from Skepta and his sister Julie Adenuga, Dizzee Rascal, Stormzy, Giggs, Jammer, Wiley, Kano, Ms Banks, Twin A & Twin B, Novelist and Lady Leshurr.
The exhibition reveals why Hennessy is so synonymous with these genres (it's the most referenced brand in 5000+ hip hop and grime tracks), delving into the archives that showcase rare advertising campaigns with the likes of Marvin Gaye and Miles Davis.
What: Exhibition that explores London's underground music scene, it's growing presence in the mainstream, and the most referenced brand in Hip Hop and Grime music; Hennessy
When: Now - 15th September
Where: Somerset House
How much: Free