NEW MUSIC|DOLA BILLZ X AD-1: AIYE NRETI FT DAPO TUBURNA

NEW MUSIC|DOLA BILLZ X AD-1: AIYE NRETI FT DAPO TUBURNA

  @dollabillz and @ad1000z  are spitting out London Naijaisms in this joint production with @dapoturbuna  adding the Afrobeat flavour from Nigeria in this rather interesting melange of Afrobeats and Hip Hop with crisp clear production, multi-layered beats and some contrasting flows from the two featured artists, which complement each other very well and maintains the listener’s interest in the track to the very end. Aiye Nreti is Yoruba for World Hope and the discerning listener would recognise that King Sunny Ade released a tune of the same name, thus Dolla Billz, Adam One…

AFRICANS ON FILM FESTIVAL SEPTEMBER 10TH 2016

AFRICANS ON FILM FESTIVAL SEPTEMBER 10TH 2016

Afrikans On Film Festival (fka Welcome To Busseywood) is back with a ‘matatu’ load of films, many of which have never been seen in the U.K or even on the big screen anywhere in the world! Afrikans on Film Festival screens films across the 3 floors of The CLF Arts Café, Bussey Building, situated in the heart of rapidly changing, Peckham SE15. With over 20 films crammed into one day, this 5th year promises to be another where the visitor’s only problem will be how to watch 3 films at once!…

WINDHOEK PREMIERE OF THE UNSEEN BY PERIVI KATJAVIVI

WINDHOEK PREMIERE OF THE UNSEEN BY PERIVI KATJAVIVI

Windhoek Premiere of The Unseen by Perivi Katjavivi AfricAvenir Windhoek, in partnership with Old Location Films, present to Windhoek audiences the premiere of “The Unseen” on 24 August 2016, 19h00, at the Alte Feste.  Come and be part of debating Namibia’s postcolonial identity, 26 years into Independence. Dates: Wednesday, 24 August 2016, Time: 18h30 for 19h00 Entrance: PreSales 80,- N$, @ the door 100,-. Tickets available @ Events Today, Warehouse Theatre, Biltong Shop Maerua Mall                   Hans-Christian Mahnke, director of AfricAvenir Windhoek,…

EVENT|AFRICAN STREET STYLE FESTIVAL@SHOREDITCH CHURCH 24TH JUNE 2016

EVENT|AFRICAN STREET STYLE FESTIVAL@SHOREDITCH CHURCH 24TH JUNE 2016

Event|African Street Style Festival@Shoreditch Church 24th June 2016                                         The third African Street Style Festival @streetwithstyle took place on a balmy weekend in Shoreditch, centred around Arnold Circus. Promoted by Shoreditch based- Soboye Fashion @samsonsoboye, Calvert Street and Arnold Circus was well and truly Africanised over the weekend with African themed clothing stalls run by the likes of Soboye, @ContinentClo and @OpenTheGate_ and Ghanaian food served by @GhanaKitchen! There was a fashion parade…

EVENT|AFROSHOOT@THE OTHERS, STOKE NEWINGTON 10TH JUNE 2016

EVENT|AFROSHOOT@THE OTHERS, STOKE NEWINGTON 10TH JUNE 2016

EVENT|INAUGURAL AFROSHOOT EVENT@THE OTHERS, STOKE NEWINGTON 10TH JUNE 2016 Afroshoot @Afroshoot  is a platform created with the mission to celebrate the work of photographers from Africa or of African descent whose pictures of Africa and Africans and the world as a whole are of an AfriKan-centred vision and a direct repudiation of mainstream media images of Africa, thus creating a different vision, narrative and perspective of Africa. The creation of Lisa Aissaoui and Tiffany Kamagate, who have been supported by the Centre of African Studies at the School of Oriental and African Studies…

In The Name Of Ali’s Radical Blackness

In The Name Of Ali’s Radical Blackness

In the name of Ali’s Radical Blackness Written by Isidore Noel   On Friday afternoon I had a conversation with a sister who is awakening from her white supremacy induced slumber. I spoke of race, segregation, dysfunctional integration and ancestral veneration. Of course I spoke about Muhammad Ali, the man I sometimes liked to call my last living icon. For how can one talk about those that waged the war against white supremacy without mentioning Ali? Hours later I learned that The Greatest was in his final hours of transitioning…