Crayon, the rising star from inner-city Lagos, burst onto the global music scene with his 2019 EP ‘Cray Cray‘. From being a standout on Don Jazzy’s posse cut to earning nods at
Last Sunday, Africa’s streetwear convention Street Souk hosted a fabulous pop-up in East London, showcasing the vast talents of growing African streetwear brands. Founded in 2018 by Iretidayo “Ireti” Zaccheaus, Street Souk
One of the most poignant concerns for children of the diaspora is cultural preservation. How can we have our own families, live away from our mother countries, and still preserve our culture?
BBC’s latest audio-documentary, ‘A New Generation of Nigerian Royalty,’ hones in on the lives of Nigeria’s young kings and queens. These Gen Z royals are beginning to disrupt the status quo of
Lagos born YKB is one of Afrobeats’ fast-rising talents. The singer/songwriter is single-handedly transforming the sound of Afropop through his silky, layered vocals and alluring lyrics. Since the release of his 2022
Lagos born, Abuja bred Odumodublvck is one of the most exciting artists coming out of Nigeria right now. Since the release of his single Dog Eat Dog, his unique Afro-Grime/Afro-Drill sound has
The last time we spoke to Mary-Ann Msengi was January 2021. Her womenswear brand Farai London had launched just 5 months prior and had taken the industry by storm. Despite launching mid-pandemic,
‘Representation’ is a buzzword people throw around within creative spaces – we frequently mention representation yet rarely realize it. Yet @Thevisualchef carries this mantle and shines a light on underrepresented forms of beauty. In
Street Souk, Nigeria’s biggest streetwear convention, returned last weekend and it was a sight to behold. The event brought together some of the most fashionable and creative individuals from all corners of
Best known for his features on Mood and Finesse, BNXN (fka Buju) speaks with GUAP about his new EP, Bad Since ‘97 featuring major afrobeats artists, Wizkid, Olamide, and Wande Coal.
Between the years of 2008 and 2009, travelling into the heart of Nigeria—between the cities of Enugu and Asaba—Pieter Hugo’s retrospective captured the various actors in Nigeria’s movie industry, trailing his lens
Tobi Kyeremateng’s ‘ÓWÀMBÈ’ Is A Nostalgic Look into The Heart of Nigerian Party Culture [@tobikyere], [@NetflixUK], [@OlukogaSayo]
Netflix’s ‘OWAMBE’ Is A Nostalgic Look Into The Pinnacle of British Nigerian Culture The self-professed giant of Africa, Nigeria has a reputation for being loud, proud, and unapologetic. Nowhere better is this