We sat down and had a chat to OKENYO and FLEX MAMI about their upcoming sets at Sunset 20^ North.
A poem from Anisa Nandaula retracing a journey into womanhood and the things we learn about our bodies.
Lights. Camera. Action
The choices we make around who is present, and more importantly, who is omitted in our presentations of beauty are quite often reflective of larger assumptions held within our social consciousness.
We had a chat to Jaycee Mentoor about this and his upcoming solo exhibition Homecoming King at Goodspace March 14th.
It’s the quintessential topic on everyone’s mind; as our society grows and our demands shift, artists of all disciplines are handed the challenging responsibility of telling mankind’s stories honestly and with authenticity. We crave for diverse stories that enrich our lives, expand our worlds, that move us from one state to another, and this means…
“Just because I say it’s raining doesn’t mean I made it rain” and other truths about intersectionality.
Over his 15-year-career, Mike Akox has done some memorable work in various genres, always managing to tap into authentic and relatable stories which have led him to return to his roots exploring the vibrant colour within afrobeats. The Ghanaian-born star who brought us party anthems like Gyae Roff and Le Lele is back with another…