“I got a dollar and a dream.”...
The Somali-American actor, who first appeared in ‘Captain Phillips’ has scored his third feature film.
Pictures from frenzied fans confirms Drizzy has been visiting the Rainbow Nation.
The celebrated Nigerian novelist Adichie produces a new short story on the American election for The New York Times book…
Black Coffee takes home a BET Award for South Africa.
After the British Prime Minister announced his resignation, some tweeters are using the hashtag #IfDavidCameronWasAfrican.
Nicholas is currently signed to Elite Paris and Milan as well as parent agency BETH in Nigeria.
“The scene seems to be set to realize the dream of visa-free travel for African citizens within their own continent…
Keep an eye out for Asante, Oyelowo and Moitheri Pheto at tne BFI Awards, which runs from Oct. 5-16 in…
Proof you can’t keep exceptional talent down.
Congotronics Meet Angolan Rhythms In Konono N°1 & Batida’s New Album
Kinshasa’s Grammy Award-winning Konono N°1 are joining forces with producer Batida for a new collaborative album.
Miles From Kinshasa Drops South London “Rumba-Pop” On ‘KAYA’
South London-based 'Rumba-Pop' musician Miles From Kinshasa returns with "KAYA."...
Coachella 2016: Black Coffee, Ibeyi, Young Fathers & Mbongwana Star Announced
Black Coffee, Ibeyi, Young Fathers and Mbongwana Star revealed on the 2016 Coachella lineup...
African Artists At London’s “1:54 Art Fair” Rethink Traditions
How do artists at London's 1:54 Contemporary African Art Fair interpret African traditions and their role on the continent in 2015?
Soukous & Politics: Baloji’s Beautiful Kinshasa Dance Video
Baloji criticizes the power that cellphone companies & alcohol industries have on Congolese society through dance in "Unité & Litre"...
Petite Noir Shares The Striking Virtual Reality Music Video For ‘La Vie Est Belle’
South African-based musician Petite Noir share the stunning music video for the title track from his debut album La Vie Est Belle.
Congo In Harlem Spotlights The DRC’s History, Politics & Culture Through Film
Harlem film series spotlights Congolese cinema, history, politics and culture in New York City.
Congolese Artist Miles From Kinshasa’s Mystifying Debut Music Video For ‘IVRY’
Budding London-based, Congolese musician Miles From Kinshasa shares the self-directed music video for his synth-filled R&B track "IVRY"...
Alec Lomami Goes In Over A Christian Tiger School Beat In ‘Ma Revolution’
Congolese rapper Alec Lomami shares two loose singles — "Ma Revolution and "Quelque Mots Suffisent" — via his label Immaculate Taste.
The Metropolitan Museum Of Art Is Showcasing 500 Years Of Kongolese Art
The Metropolitan Museum of Art's new exhibition showcases 500 years of art from the Kingdom of Kongo.
Public Enemy Salute All 54 African Countries In The Video For ‘Mine Again’
Public Enemy reconnects with Africa in their new music video for "Mine Again," which features shout-outs to the entire continent.
Baloji’s Love Letter To The Congo Is The Most Stunning Music Video Of The Year
Baloji searches for Congolese style on a road trip through Kinshasa in the stunning music video for "Capture," off the 64 Bits & Malachite EP...
Stream Petite Noir’s Debut Album ‘La Vie Est Belle / Life Is Beautiful’
Petite Noir's debut album 'La Vie Est Belle / Life Is Beautiful' is streaming a week early via NPR First Listen.