New York-based graf writer Wane was invited to paint during the City of Gold Festival in 2014. Writer and journalist Neo Maditla spoke to the legendary pressure controller about his life-long passion for gaseous fumes, and about why innercity Jozi’s similar to the New York of old.Read more "Graffiti Artist Wane’s City Of Gold"
The homie Sabza didn’t invite me over to his Headwarmaz show one Friday night while I was in Cape Town. Rather, I sent him a text saying that I’d like to come, essentially coercing him to agree or risk me making him guilty for refusing.Read more "Vote For Headwarmaz At The #SAHHAs"
This story was especially challenging to do. These amazing, beautiful women are all ultra busy; negotiating time to speak became an interesting task.Read more "Manthe, Courtnae & Tarryn For City Press…"
Maftown Heights is 6 years old this year. I’ve been to 3 of them since 2013. Shout-out to Africanhhb for trusting me to represent them every year.Read more "#Throwback | Maftown Heights 2015"
I connected with the homie Sipho while in Cape Town earlier this year. We went about the city during the morning to film stuff that we hoped to turned into an EPK for his project The Coming of Age. It’s finally out and available to stream on Soundcloud. The EPK’s below.Read more "Sipho The Gift’s Coming Of Age EPK"
African Independent forgot to credit me for the pictures used for the print edition of their article on Zuko Collective published on 23 October 2015. I’m not sure whose idea it was to not credit the photographer, but chuffed that the images got used. The main picture, plus the ones circled on the article’s sidebar, were taken […]Read more "#Fotografi | Zuko Collective In The African Independent Newspaper"
I wrote an article in the latest edition of M&G questioning the word ‘femcee’ and whether women who rap identify with it. Gigi Lamayne, Yugen Blakrok, Andiswa Mkosi and MC Meloh were some of the women who lent their voices. The original title was WTF Is A Femcee? Wish they’d kept that, would’ve been way-out wavy. […]Read more "“Girls Can Rap Too” For Mail & Guardian"