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Where are you from? I’m a citizen of numerous parts of the UK. I was born in Hackney then moved to a little place called Eastbourne. At 19, I went…

How many of us can truly say that we’re comfortable with our lives? And if we’re not, does this mean that we’re in a state of discomfort? Comfort and discomfort are…

Is Stormzy’s mental health a trend? Local Bristol musicians, David and Eric Aidoo question whether the growing popularity of the discourse around mental health is neglecting the victims of clinical depression.…

Ruling the Mali Empire in the fourteenth century, Mansa Musa or ‘The King of Kings’ amassed a fortune that made him one of the wealthiest people whoever lived. When Mansa Musa came to power…

At his recent NTS show at the Crofters Rights in Bristol, we caught up with talented up and coming emcee, Kojey Radical, to explore the inspirations behind his amazing work.…

Wednesday 10th May saw rising star J Hus come to Bristol to perform at the prestigious Motion. It’s safe to say that he had the crowd leaning & bopping. Currently…

Femi Nylander discusses the disconnect between anti-racist movements across the globe. Police brutality affects black males in the favelas far more than it does in the United States of America.…

Last year I went back to Nigeria for the first time in over a decade and it blew my mind. The reason it had taken me so long to return…

Kojey Radical is one of the first ever British emcees to shout out Mansa Musa or Kwame Nkrumah on a track. Both names are of crucial importance to people of African…

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