Come and catch a vibe unapologetically - here is where you will find reviews, playlists, events and music related op-eds
Music and culture is important to us because it’s a way to connect with the diaspora, and we also recognise that it’s heavily rooted and embedded in Black culture which is worth celebrating. Music is just as political as it is creative and expressive; the industry is highly dominated by white people and men despite the abundance of flourishing talent from Black women and women of colour. Our page is dedicated to ensuring the most marginalised are not erased from their own history. Music is a reflection of the people; it tells stories, heals wounds and restores relationships. We will not shy away from addressing all of the facets of music and culture whether it’s lack of representation or how growing up with it has impacted our lives.
"I will be shining a light on current artists and events to provide a well rounded music column that explores the artform in its entirety".
"I’ll be writing about the many ways music and its wider culture overlap with Black issues, beauty, identity and lived experiences".