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Stormzy Drops His First Single of the Year with 'Vossi Bop'

And it doesn't disappoint.

In the midst of his boss moves landing lead roles on TV and giving the finger to racial profiling at festivals, Stormzy has finally blessed us with his new single, "Vossi Bop."


This is the first single of 2019 from the Ghanaian-British grime star produced by Chris Andoh. An obvious banger, "Vossi Bop" is a swagged out track accompanied by a dance that's sure to take over dance floors this summer.

The visual was directed by Henry Scholfield, the visionary behind Idris Elba's music video "Boasty." You'll even see the man himself make a cameo in the cinematic clip, where Stormzy struts around London clad in all black surrounded by dope dancers and daredevil bikers.

Listen in and check out the music video below.

STORMZY - VOSSI BOP youtu.be

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Kenyans & South Africans Protest Israeli Bombing of Palestinians

The streets of Cape Town and Nairobi have been flooded with pro-Palestine protests in light of the recent bombing of Palestinians in Gaza by Israelis.

Protests have been taking place in two Southern African countries, namely Kenya and South Africa, since the tragic Israeli attacks on Palestinians this week. This past Monday, Israeli police stormed the al-Aqsa Mosque where thousands of Palestinian worshippers had gathered seeking protection. However, 300 Palestinians and two Israeli officers were subsequently wounded, according to reports. Currently, there are back-and-forth attacks between Israeli troops and Hamas, a Palestinian militant group in Gaza, which have resulted in the death of at least 300 people and counting.
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Nkuli Mlangeni-Berg is Delicately Weaving Her Name into the International Textiles Space

Recently awarded 'Best New Talent' by Monocle, Sweden-based South African textiles designer Nkuli Mlangeni-Berg talks about her unique ongoing collaborations with African designers and her tremendous love for weaving.