A new film festival is about to dig into the relationship between Francophone African and French cinema, finally giving the floor to all those filmmakers who have always been rep..
The Afropunk marvel continues to surprise and expand across the world. After Afropunk Fest Brooklyn (New York), Afropunk Fest Atlanta, Afropunk Fest Paris, Afropunk Fest London, ..
The sublime, sophisticated notes of songs like Strings of Light and Yo Chavez had bewitched Europe and reawaken the interest in jazz that seemed long gone. However, just a few we..
A few weeks ago, in an unexpected, almost miraculous move, the National Geographic launched its most controversial issue in 130 years, The Race Issue.
This month, its editor-in-..
Grada Kilomba’s first solo exhibition on the African Continent at Goodman Gallery, Johannersburg, is firmly embedded within a postcolonial iteration of the following questions: W..
Two years ago, they explored gqom sound and culture, touring Durban and its townships and shedding light on local producers in the film, Woza Taxi. This time, the Italian collect..
How many chances are there to coincidentally read an interesting article about an icon of Italian and international design you did not know about, save it to delve into her story..
The British-Nigerian grime MC was conferred with the Chieftaincy title in Ogun State, Nigeria, in what he describes as an unforgettable day. During the..
The Belgian-Congolese artist Baloji has a new album, and it’s a hella reason to be excited, because it is sonic innovation at its very best. The fresh, fourteen-track album was r..
The world got to know her through her amazing tune Nina and on March 13 she released her debut EP Before Zero. It’s easy to say that London-based singer and musician Anaïs is def..