Zimbabwe's burgeoning HIp Hop culture has enjoyed a consistent level of growth that has helped propel it into the mainstream
On the 27th of April Marie Fitzgerald Square in Newtown expects to see a crowd of over 24,000 revelers descend upon it to indulge in what’s become the annual Back To The City Festival. Currently in it’s 9th year running, with a following that’s basically increased sevenfold since it’s inception, Back To The City has become an […]
The first time I meet Taku he shuffles towards me and mutters a muffled greeting in my direction. He looks shy, or maybe uninterested, nowadays one can't really tell. I'm sitting outside a recording studio with what's become my usual crowd - rappers, producers, stoners and music video directors, a colourful bunch
I’m not really sure what I expected of this interview to be honest. This is the Breakfast Club so I can’t say I thought it would be insightful but I didn’t think it would be this shallow either. I’m not sure what got to me first, the fact that the hosts acted like all the […]
First off, did anybody even know the SAMAs were going down, besides those directly affected by them and a few people watching at home? One of the most important parts of any award show is the social media ruckus it causes – it makes the viewer feel like a part of the event and gives […]
Nigerian rapper Aina More just dropped the EP that she's been building towards over the last few months. Check out 'For People With Short Attention Spans'.
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