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”
I was thinking recently how what I am doing currently — photographing, writing, video graphing, editing — was never the plan; and how growing up, there never… Read more “#Featured | Photography Work In Drum & People Magazines”
E boetse ke nako ea ho thoba matšoafo ka ‘mino o hlabollang oa litsoa-kotleng. E se e le nakoana re sa bue, empa motho oa tšepa hore… Read more “#Podcast | Litsoa-Kotleng II [Khaolo 1] – Famole, Zoë Modiga, Zaki Ibrahim”
About three months ago, Johnny Cradle announced in front of a club-full of people that they’d been signed to the Just Music label, and that their album… Read more “#Featured | Photography For Johnny Cradle’s Debut Album”
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… Read more “#Fotografi | Johnny Cradle Photoshoot”
I have a dream, that my little fotos will one day be cornerstones to monumental cultural movements. That the type of work that interests me — the work outside… Read more “#Fotografi | TBMO For IDM Mag And Johnny Cradle For Zkhiphani”
My people keep flourishing.
I cannot recall exactly when it was that I became exposed to the music of Sakumzi Qumana, the Mdantsane, Eastern Cape-born vocalist/producer better known by his on-stage… Read more “Who is Johnny Cradle?”