Our Favorite New Pieces from Africa’s “Most Significant Living Artist”—El Anatsui
Check out these photos of El Anatsui’s new exhibition at London’s October Gallery.
10 Things We Learned From Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie and Trevor Noah’s Discussion at PEN World Voices Festival
Last night Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie and Trevor Noah’s debated American politics, the complexities of race and more. Here are the highlights.
Mashayabhuqe KaMamba’s Latest Video Highlights the Dangers of Commuting by Taxi In South Africa
Mashayabhuqe KaMamba’s new video for “KwaDukuza” tackles violence and sexual harassment in SA taxis.
B Flow: 10 Things I Love About Zambia
Musician & gender rights activist Brian Bwembya, better known as B Flow, tells us his 10 favorite things about Zambia.
Sites and Sounds From South Africa’s Back To The City Festival
An exclusive look at this year’s Back to the City Festival—South Africa’s biggest and best hip-hop throw-down.
Ghanaian-American Artist Akwetey Orraca-Tetteh Tells a Tale of Liberty and Theft with ‘BLUE STEAL’
In conversation with Ghanaian-American artist, Akwetey Orraca-Tetteh on his multimedia exhibition, “BLUE STEAL.”…
Watch Young Paris & Tiwa Savage’s New Video For ‘Best of Me (Remix)’
Young Paris connects with Nigeria’s “Queen of afrobeats” Tiwa Savage for the new “Best of Me (Remix)” video.
Silicon Africa: A Playlist of Africa’s Electronic Music Innovators
This SILICON AFRICA playlist showcases how technological innovation has influenced artists across the continent and their song craft.
Shameless Maya on 5 Years of Being Shameless and How to Tackle Self-Doubt
We catch up with Shameless Maya on her five year anniversary on YouTube, what keeps her inspired and more.
Are We Truly Free?—A Bittersweet Freedom Day for South Africans
23 years after South Africa’s first democratic elections, Freedom Day 2017 saw celebrations and angry rallies aimed at the ruling party.
15 African Artists To Follow On Instagram Now
The Songs You Need to Hear This Week
The best songs of the week featuring Burna Boy, Shabazz Palaces, Tony Allen, E.L and more.
How Kwesta Wrote One of the Biggest South African Hip-Hop Songs of This Era
Kwesta breaks down the process behind “Ngud’,” his massive South African anthem alongside Cassper Nyovest and DJ Maphorisa—and one of the biggest SA hip-hop songs of his era.