#PhotographingRap | Fifi Cooper
Fifi Cooper’s just won a couple of Metro FM Awards over the weekend. Bakang’s written a cool article about her for the African Hip Hop Blog. I took the images below during her performance at Maftown Heights 2015; they form part of #PhotographingRap, an on-going series of images featuring African hip hop performers and the audiences who attend…
#PhotographingRap | Cashtime Life
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, K.O.) the collective, which also includes friends/long-time collaborators DJ Vigilante and emcees Nomoozlie and Maggz, has cultivated an urban aesthetic which concocts tails of township…
#PhotographingRap | Youngsta
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 for the on-going #PhotographingRap series.
#PhotographingRap | AKA
On this second installment of #PhotographingRap, I’d like to share a few of the images of the South African rapper AKA, who was recently announced by BBC’s Radio 1 and 1Xtra as “One To Watch” for 2016. I think the ‘only African artist on that list’ positioning his PR people are pursuing further entrenches our…
#PhotographingRap | Reason
I like shooting live. I dislike it that my work doesn’t stand a chance to be seen widely because the required compromises, which for me include begging on all fours at some European NGO, don’t vibe well with the bounce in my step.