Category: Guest Post
#GuestPost | The Day I Decided To Leave
If I remember correctly, I went to my lectures, and would leave when I came back from uni. I went back ‘home’ with the intention to leave, only to second guess my choice, like I had done in the past. I was going to stay again; and he beat me, again.
#GuestPost | A Note On ‘Mesa
When days were bright, I watched my father laugh with his contemporaries such as late Famo musician, Ntate Hatlane, in the living room or verandah of the Maseru West house I grew up in.
#GuestPost | Katlego Tapala’s Unreview of Freshwater by Akwaeke Emezi
‘The First Madness is That We Were Born, That They Stuffed a God Into a Bag of Skin’ This article has been updated to reflect Akwaeke Emezi’s preferred pronouns, they/them Usually, when reading, I am either entertained or impressed by technical mastery. It is rare for me to say a book changed my life, or…
#GuestPost | Album Review: 199x By Dallas T
So I had time to ear T.U.R.K’s 199x project. Great initiative. He decided to settle for a more mature, neo-melodic, soulful-yet-friendly, boom-bap sound with conscious raps and a dash of trap-soul, accompanied by factual, as opposed to fictitious, verses. His script resonates; it stretches from real life experiences, to his personal baggage — well, romantic…
#GuestPost | Cassper, Respect Us Pls!
Back in 2015, Cassper set his sights on the TicketPro Dome in the peak of his popularity following the release of his first studio album Tsholofelo, and filled up the 19,000 capacity venue. He doubled the ante the following year and attempted to fill up Orlando Stadium in Soweto, which sits 40, 000 people. On…
#GuestPost | Emtee Utfola Liphimbo Lakhe ku-Trap
Ku-album yakhe yesibili, leligama layo kunguManando, umrepha locavile waseNingizimu Africa, Emtee, utfola liphimbo lakhe.
#GuestPost | But Mommy, Where Do The Boys Go?
Dear Mr You-Know-Who, My nephew asked his mom this one morning as they were driving to school. He’d just heard a radio advertisement for the Take A Girl Child To Work initiative. He was 7 years old at the time.