Boddhi Satva & Badi’s Video For ‘Kitendi’ Is A Black Vintage Fashion Dream
“The art direction and wardrobe give a hybrid mixture of styling eras with a forward-thinking approach,” says Boddhi Satva.
11 Films From the African Diaspora to Look Out For At the Toronto International Film Festival
#Goals: Teddy Ondo Ella Is the Menswear Designer Bringing Gabonese Culture to the World
Alec Lomami’s ‘Ambience A Gogo’ Mixtape Is Essential Listening
Alec Lomami’s latest mix is a tapestry of soundscapes—from heavy trap to fast-paced afrobeats, rumba and plenty of remixes.
15 African Artists To Follow On Instagram Now
OkayAfrica’s 100 Women
OkayAfrica’s 100 Women is our first annual look at the women making an impact on the African continent and in the diaspora. From the biggest names in culture to young up-and-comers, we’ve got ’em.
Superstar Architect Sir David Adjaye on His Magnum Opus ‘Adjaye, Africa, Architecture’
The British-Ghanaian architect behind the new National Museum of African American History and Culture building wants to dispel misconceptions about African Architecture.
5 African Artists We Would Nominate for an Ubuntu Award
The Ubuntu Award shortlist goes up July 18th. Make sure and go vote for the person who best exemplifies the values of ubuntu.
Delusional White Woman Louise Linton Draws Ire of African Twitter for Egregious “Zambian Memoir”
Louise Linton’s “How my dream gap year in Africa turned into a nightmare” is the dumbest, most egregious piece of writing on Africa of the 21st century.
The African Stars of European Football
Euro 2016 has entered the knockout rounds. These are the players of African descent at the highest level of European football.
Young Paris & M1 of Dead Prez Bring ‘African Flyness’ to the Streets of NYC in ‘Get Ready’ Video
French-Congolese Rapper Young Paris teams up with M1 for the new NYC-shot music video from his ‘African Vogue’ album.
Femi Kuti Delivers a Pulsating Afrobeat Remix of Jain’s ‘Come’
The legendary Femi Kuti drops a pulsating remix of the quickly-rising French singer Jain’s “Come.”…