Ok now let’s keep it real. Growing up as a kid how many times did your school contribute a project regarding aid to an African nation. Did you fast a whole day, or run a mile or two for water pumps in Gambia (or insert any African nation for that matter) But how save is it to say that these projects are
Virgil Abloh, 37, is named artistic director for Louis Vuitton Menswear. The first Afro-American to uphold this position at LV. The name might sound familiar in the hip hop scene. Virgil used to design the touring merchandise for Kanye West.
To life that is! Haifa a popular Youtube personality from Dubai got sick and tired of the question when she will get married. Instead of just ordering a mail groom online she decided to challenge the pressure of this question and married…just look at the video. It will bring a smile to your face <3
On Wednesday March 14th politician Marielle Franco was gunned down along with her chauffeur.
Marielle Franco was a hero in her country Brazil. A symbol for the fight against racism, sexism, homophobia and even police terror. Always standing up for equal rights. In fact, hours before she got murdered she was speaking on an event about the position of black women.
This week AfroPunk Paris announced its headliners. Main attraction Wizkid, SZA, D’Angelo and Damian Marley are all set to perform at this year’s festival which are being held on the weekend of 14 and 15 July.
AfroPunk known for the music,
Rising star Amartey released his newest single and video for the song Champion Lover featuring Ghanaian singer Castro. With the release of his newest single, Amartey is well on his way to becoming THE leading man in Afropop. The video is a celebration of love seeing Amartey being affectionate with his leading lady. Even celebrating his love with his smooth dance moves.
February is known as Black History Month, although not everyone is familiar with this month since it is mostly a month celebrated in the United States. But as of late more and more countries for example in Europe are seeing a growing number of people of African descent claiming this month to celebrate and remember their black history.