One of the biggest songs on South African radio in 2016 was Babes Wodumo’s “Wololo”. Deejays previously associated with mainstream ‘house’ music have been riding the wave since, with Euphonik’s … Continue reading #PhotoEssay | Back When Gqom Was A Dirty Word, And Now…
I started to follow the black band scene closely once I got to Jozi 5 years ago. I would get asked by people then — and it still happens today … Continue reading #Photoessay | Jozi’s Live Music Scene: Faces + Spaces [2013 – 2017]
Hung out on a rooftop with the homies and a 20-litre water container recently. This is what happened. Shouts-out to all involved. Check out the Johnny Cradle website for updates … Continue reading #Fotografi | Johnny Cradle Photoshoot
This is Craftmen’s Ship, the latest addition to the Maboneng Precinct’s innercity expansion project. It’s currently under development; a project due for completion in under a month. Two years ago, … Continue reading This Ship Is Built On Blood…
Cashtime Life have endured a groundswell support over the last 18-24 months. Formed off of the ashen factories of Cashtime Fam (Kid X, Smashis, AB Crazy) and Teargas (Ma-E, Ntukza, … Continue reading #PhotographingRap | Cashtime Life
Youngsta’s resolve is bananas; his focus insane! We’ve hung out a couple of times in the past 3 years. There was a camera. These are the events as captured and presented … Continue reading #PhotographingRap | Youngsta
New York-based graf writer Wane was invited to paint during the City of Gold Festival in 2014. Writer and journalist Neo Maditla spoke to the legendary pressure controller about his life-long … Continue reading Graffiti Artist Wane’s City Of Gold
There are two parts to Braam. Four if you want to be pedantic.
A member of the LGBTI community looks on during a march organized to protest against the violence committed against black gay and lesbian people who live under constant threat in marginalized communities around South … Continue reading #Photojournalisms | LGBTI March
My friend Shoni called to inform me that Cabo Snoop was in town. He also wanted to know whether I’d be down to tag along with the Kudurista, and hell yeah I … Continue reading Behind-The-Scenes: Cabo Snoop’s ‘Está no Limão’ Video
The Puma Social Club was a party hosted at 81 De Korte Street in Braamfontein every Friday. It used to attract students mainly, with artists, hustlers and corporate labourers providing … Continue reading #Throwback | Photographs From The Now-Defunct Puma Social Club…
Stay in your lane and pay homage to them who came before. Not only that, but pay attention to what them who are coming after are doing.