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10 Black Women Photographers You Should Know

It is always a joy writing about my favorite art medium--photography. Photography, to me, is a visual language that can reach people, no matter their culture, language, or location. Sometimes, photography can...

Culture is the New Demographic

In an ever-evolving industry where tone, voice, and aptitude are imperative to a brand, it is vital to understand one thing, CULTURE. In an age where companies left and right are using poor imagery for...

Artist On The Rise: Jean Feier

It's proving to be a difficult task boxing artists and pinpointing the genre they fall under these days. This is a good problem to have as music has evolved in so many...

Nate W. releases new single, “Dutty Luv”

Nate W. is a "one of a kind" type of artist. He has mastered the art of fusing genres to create unforgettable songs. “Dutty Luv” is a blend of Dancehall and Afrobeats and features...

J.Derobie Releases new single, ‘Back It’

Coming off a strong 2019 with his official debut single, Poverty, under Mr. Eazi's "Empawa Africa" label and then scoring a major remix with Jamaican dancehall superstar Popcaan, J. Derobie is back at it...

Darkoo’s New Track “Juicy” Featuring Hardy Carprio is Worth the Wait

"Brown skin like Eva, sweet like indomie..." is one of the catchy lines that had people awaiting Darkoo’s Juicy since she teased the release with some seconds of the music video. The singer had...

Gogowé Kickstarts 2020 With New Singles

DC-based Nigerian Afrofusion artist and instrumentalist, Gogowé, is kickstarting 2020 with two brand new tracks titled “WANNA BE SOMEBODY” and “BODÉ” Drawing influences from the greats such as Afrobeat pioneer Fela Anikulapo-Kuti,...
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Sony Music West Africa’s T-Classic releases EP, “Underrated”

What does it mean to be underrated? This is a common issue for artists in the budding stage of their music career. To T-Classic, being underrated is coming from a background that didn't guarantee...

#GhanaMade2020 is celebrating Ghana’s Independence day like never before, and we got the hookup.

On March 6th, 1957, Ghana, a.k.a. The Gold Coast became the first country in West Africa to gain its independence from British rule. Yes, the country with the best music, parties and...

Tips for Better Business as an African Creative

As we witness the growth of African creatives gaining notoriety with major brands and peers alike, it is something to appreciate while also being inspired by these individuals' achievements. Strictly living off your craft, being...