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…

Blog Love | Afro-Synth

Blog Love | Afro-Synth

HAPPY 2014 Folks! If it’s in synths you trust then you might be interested in this blog we recently came across. Afrosynth is a blog run by DJ Okapi and started in 2009 and showcases a nice collection of South African bubblegum disco from the 80s and early 90s. It is an extensive library collection that covers the popular American-influenced genre known as bubblegum or disco, as well as kwaito, jazz, reggae, mbaqanga and maskandi incorporating some music from other African countries too. A treasure trove for anyone interested in…

Music inspired by Nelson Mandela

Music inspired by Nelson Mandela

Few iconic figures have inspired such a plethora of musical tributes like NELSON MANDELA as you will see from the list of videos below. We at Haveplentymusic mourn his passing spiritually and musically but also celebrate that such a strong spirit passed through this world to bless us all. R.I.P MADIBA Black President by the late and great Brenda Fassie Hugh Masekela – Bring Back Nelson Mandela By the late and great Lucky Dube – House of Exile Tweet

Mid-week chill with Monika Njava

Mid-week chill with Monika Njava

Contemporary jazz meets traditional music from the islands of Madagascar and Mauritius. Check out Island Jazz featuring vocalist Monika Njava @Monikanjavamusi & Linley Marthe with “Manipule-nareo” Jazz contemporain rencontre la musique traditionnelle des îles de Madagascar et l’île Maurice. Découvrez Jazz de l’île avec la chanteuse Monika Njava @ Monikanjavamusi & Linley Marthe avec “manipule-nareo” Tweet