The Ivorian rapper, Nash, is decrying the daily corruption that’s part of life in Abidjan on her YouTube series. Unlike other shows, this newscast is presented entirely in rap verses. Welcome to the first episode of Journal Gbayé, a news show proving popular among Ivorian youth.
10 Years Ago I Watched Paris Burn During A Month of Riots Against Racist Police. Has Anything Change
An op-ed for Complex
It’s a universal truth that the surest way to start a war between Nigerian and Ghanaian communities in London is to ask them who makes the best jollof rice.
Paris Attacks: 'Race And Religion Made No Difference' 'These were just normal people having fun on a Friday night', writes Aude Konan
Our houses are poorly insulated, green spaces few and tiny, turned into wasteland overrun by rats, and no facilities for recycling. We are the people France has forgotten
I spent 48 hours at the first Afro-punk festival in Paris, gonzo-style, and testing the most alternative and underground spots in the city
There’s nothing better than being bedridden and marathoning Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta to make you reflect on your life. As I was watching yet another fight between the women in the show, I realised that it was pretty much what was happening last Christmas in my family. Hence why I’m not too keen about the next one. If possible, I’d like to avoid being blamed for being a jobless graduate, or being told how skinny/fat I am, and how I should do something about my hair (after all, why would I even wear it natural?) and then, I’ll find a man and be worthy of respect.