Infidels is a Novel About a Gay Jihadi, and Also Not About That At All
Billed as a homosexual coming-of-age story that ends with a suicide bombing, Infidels is so much more.
Laolu Senbanjo and Serena Williams Are Featured in Beyoncé’s ‘Sorry’ Video
“Sorry,” the first standalone music video from Beyoncé’s ‘Lemonade,’ features Nigerian artist Laolu Senbanjo’s Yoruba-influenced markings.
uSanele Shares His Debut Music Video, ‘Amabhodlela,’ Featuring Mashayabhuqe KaMamba
The Foxy Five: The Young, Black & Female Web Series South Africa Needs
Johannesburg’s Experimental Music Finds a New Home
Afrofuturistic Short Film ‘Ori Inu’ to Premiere in NYC
Africa In Your Earbuds
Hear DJ Poizon Ivy’s All-Kenyan Mixtape for ‘Africa In Your Earbuds’
Nairobi-born DJ Poizon Ivy comes through with two Kenyan takeover mixtapes latest installment of our series Africa In Your Earbuds.
Kenyan Start-Up ‘Enda’ Aims to Make the First Made-In-Kenya Running Shoe
Meet the two social entrepreneurs who want Kenya to benefit more from its famous running reputation through their new shoe start-up, Enda.
2manysiblings’ Thrift Social Returns to Nairobi This Sunday (26 June)
Ikiré Jones’ Latest Fashion Editorial ‘Born Between Borders’ Is Dedicated to American Immigrants
‘Our parents were bedeviled by the black magic of bureaucracy and backward immigration policies.
Cinema Africa: John Barker on the South African Political Satire ‘Wonder Boy for President’
Self-Taught Ghanaian Fashion Designer Mimmy Yeboah Talks Busy Prom Season
“All fabrics are chosen, cut, and constructed to create confidence as you walk with your head high.”…
Watch Mumford & Sons, Baaba Maal, The Very Best & Beatenberg’s New Video for ‘Wona’
The new visual for “Wona” follows the artists across South Africa, Senegal, Malawi, the United States, London and Margate, Kent.