Mr. Eazi returns to level out and one-up the playing field with a meaty collection of Bankufied magic on Life is Eazi Vol. II: Lagos to London,… Read more “#Review | Mr Eazi’s Life Across Two Cities Is A Breeze”
Prissy book lovers and their frivolous publishers got the shock of their lives when news emerged that this year’s entries for the K. Sello Duiker Memorial Award… Read more “#Satire | Literatti Gone Rogue”
Sakumzi Qumana’s phone sounds an alert. It’s a text message informing him that his copy of Michael Jackson’s Dangerous album has arrived at his favourite record store… Read more “#Throwback | When Johnny Cradle Were Mixing Their uLate Single”
Feeling like I slept through a week whereby some earth-shattering, course-changing shit took place.
Odunsi’s the engine to Lagos’ nascent Alté scene. He revvs instinctual on his sophomore collection, drawing from 80s and 90s pop culture and personal reflections to craft… Read more “#Review | Odunsi’s Very RVRE Sophomore LP Knocks”
Right at the end, an interviewer asks the decorated artist a question: What have you not been successful at? Marriage, answers the artist. Laughter ensues.
Around March, I was asked by Apple Music to compile a set of 9 playlists, each containing 100 songs, across different genres. The series is called Mzansi… Read more “100 Greatest Kwaito Songs From The 90s And Early 00s”
I think at heart I am a musician
The amount of racial hatred parated by Whiteness™ on-line has attracted condemnation from the least likely of quarters in society.
Hip hop has been showing up for Pro, in different ways, since he had a -kid suffixed to his name.