Miss Tati Turns an Empty Swimming Pool Into the Perfect Dance Floor in ‘Again and Again’
Portuguese-Angolan singer Miss Tati and her dancers take over a huge empty pool in the new music video for “Again and Again.”…
Meet the Queer South African Feminist & Disability Rights Activist Taking Oxford By Storm
Zimbabweans in Cape Town Demonstrate in Solidarity with #ThisFlag and #Tajamuka
Web Series ‘I Of Africa’ Glorifies the African in You
Nigerian-American renaissance woman Aina Fadina brings Africa to your computer screen through this compelling web series.
Meet Osborne Macharia’s Club of Elite Little People Fighters
Digital photographer Osborne Macharia tackles dwarfism, often stigmatized in Kenya, in his latest conceptual editorial.
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.
A Black Man in a White World: Michael Kiwanuka’s New Album ‘Love & Hate’ Is Built on Tension
Michael Kiwanuka speaks about the tension within ‘Love & Hate,’ his second album and the follow-up to his breakout debut.
Because of Madiba: 10 South African Personalities on the Legacy of Nelson Mandela
Zimbabwean Women Shut Down Bulawayo Over the Weekend: #BeatThePot in Photos
Filmmaker Rokhaya Diallo’s French Take on American Civil Rights
French filmmaker and journalist Rokhaya Diallo is set to screen her film, ‘Steps to Liberty’ at the March on Washington Film Festival today.
Trailer for Short Film ‘Flowers’ By Rising Sierra Leonean-American Filmmaker Nikyatu Jusu Debuts
‘Flowers’ builds on the successes of Jusu’s short films ‘African Booty Scratcher’ and ‘Say Grace Before Drowning.’…
MHD Drops His Vibrant Visuals for ‘A Kele N’ta’
Take a look at the beautifully shot Dakar visual, where MHD wishes his married friend well in ‘A Kele N’ta.’…
The 20 Most Stylish Kenyans on Instagram
These 20 fabulous Kenyan Instagram accounts should be your go-to style guides.