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Listen to Mr Eazi’s New Mixtape ‘Lagos to London (Vol. 2)’ Featuring Giggs, Chronixx, Distruction Boyz, 2Baba and More

New Mr Eazi is here.

Nigerian Afrobeats star Mr Eazi just dropped a new mixtape. Titled Lagos To London (Vol. 2), the project is the artist's third offering after Life Is Eazi Vol. 1 and 2.


Lagos To London (Vol. 2) lives up to its title, as it features artists from both Naija and London, alongside artists from other countries. The likes of Maleek Berry, Distruction Boyz, Giggs, Chronixx, 2Baba, Sneakbo and a whole lot more, make appearances in the 15-track project.


Mr Eazi - Keys To The City (Ogede) (Official Video) www.youtube.com

The project includes the singles "Keys To The City (Ogede)" and "Property." Sonically, you will get an assortment of production styles ranging from Afrobeats to reggae, and even gqom among other styles. It features production from Major Lazer, Rudimental, Raye, Moo, and Anne-Marie.

Listen to Lagos To London (Vol. 2) below and/or download it here.


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Toka Hlongwane’s Photo Series ‘Impilo ka Darkie’ Aims to Give an Insight Into Black South Africans’ Experiences

With his latest photo series, 'Impilo ka Darkie', South African photographer Toka Hlongwane offers an imperfect but compelling insight into the lives of the people he has encountered through his travels.

Toka Hlongwane is a Johannesburg-based documentary photographer whose work often casts a lens on society's underclass. His most recent photo series, Impilo ka Darkie, shot over five years, is Hlongwane's attempt to answer two questions: what does it mean to be Black? And, above that, what is the measure of Black life?

Part of Impilo ka Darkie's appeal is that it also documents Hlongwane's growth as a photographer. As the years roll on, his composition becomes stronger, the focus on his pictures becomes much sharper and a storyline begins to emerge in his work.

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