It’s been a while since AKA has had anything to lose. Between his 2012 album Alter Ego and the start of 2014, AKA’s stature had swelled to extremes, practically making him king in his own lane. Coupled with a rigorous cross-country tour schedule and the occasional flight to either Kinshasa or Ghana, not to mention […]Read more "#Throwback | Witness The Levels Of AKA’S Fitness"
The dread-scribe Percy Mabandu needed a right-hand man to assist with images while he broke atoms down with bra Hugh and bra Pops. The results are in this month’s Blaque Life Digest, available at all reputable stores in South Africa. Pops MohammedRead more "#Featured | Bra Hugh & Pops Mohammed For Blaque Life Digest"
I decided to roam the underground parking lot that was Str.Crd in 2014 capturing captivating faces, some of whom I’ve made good acquaintances with. Here are a couple of them speaking about what creative projects they were involved with at that time. Deejay; slave to love ushering the dancefloor towards a better tomorrow. Currently: “[Busy […]Read more "#Throwback | Str.Crd 2014"
This is Nyameko. He’s a tumpeterAmong many things. He played in the band Impande Core, now-defunct. He’s also jammed with M.anifest when he was in South Africa, and he’s the only other person I know of besides myself whose passion for hats matches the range of merchandise he possesses. Namanje!Read more "#Throwback | Nyameko"
I was joking to self — or to someone, can’t recall — sometime ago about how I’m secretly amassing the largest collection of black contemporary writers like…ever! This picture of writers Ntone Edjabe and Percy Mabandu, taken 20th September 2013, was kinda what sparked it all. I’m still in on the ‘joke’ and shall be publishing more […]Read more "The Largest Collection Of Images Ever!"
It’s a place I call home. The people whose businesses are getting looted and burned, some of them are my acquaintances. I’ve been going through all types of emotions throughout the day because of what’s happening in Jeppestown at the moment.Read more "#Jeppestown…"