Paris-based singer-songwriter Mélissa Laveux goes back to her roots to produce her most conceptual set to date, Radyo Siwèl, featuring traditional Haitian songs born or imagined in the time of the American occupation.
In this ongoing series, Globetrotter talks to Southeast Asian music prodigies we think you should know. A representative of Jakarta's electronic music scene, indie label Divisi 62 is our first prodigy.
The long-lost portrait of the founding father of Nigerian modernism, Ben Enwonwu has been recovered, auctioned off and unexpectedly set a new record in the history of African art.
The Nigerian grounds are beginning to wet up and the weather’s gotten pretty chilly. A perfect time to enter Bloke’s SS18 offering into wardrobes.
Cameroon-born and New York-based, Vagabon lives up to her stage name via her restlessly adventurous sound, buoyed by an intriguing mix of tender voice and defiant songwriting.
Indonesian pop legend Anggun is back with a bang with her latest oeuvre, 8: a sign of coming full circle and looking ahead of the curve.
East London singer-songwriter Hak Baker provides cutting contemplation on the modern British life through the lens of an emotional and jaded outsider.
Nigerian photographer, stylist and artistic director, Daniel Obasi debuts his 5-minute afro-futuristic fashion tale "An Alien In Town", only proving our thoughts that 2018 will be the year of afro-futurism in film.
Hopscotch, fizzy soirées, girlhood in Lagos; Vane Karolle reviews SS18 collection from Nigerian womenswear brand, Maki OH.