2015 has been a great year for East London Hip-Hop artist Rageouz. In January, he had everyone talking when he dropped the visual for his track ‘Eastside [Sup Preme]’ and shortly afterwards, GRM Daily selected him as one of their favourite emerging independent artists. I caught up with the 21-year-old to chat about his growth as an artist, working with creative collective one50 and his upcoming EP. Continue reading “Interview: UK rapper Rageouz Talks Growth, His Upcoming EP & The UK Music Scene Today”
Cast your mind back to 2011 and think about the news stories that dominated the headlines. Remember the phone-hacking scandal that caused widespread public outrage and consequently led to the Leveson Inquiry? How could any of us forget? Continue reading “Film Review: The Fourth Estate”
Last month I received an invite to the third season of Bloggers Love Fashion Week, which took place on 25th and 26th March at the super cool Fourth Floor studios in East London. This is the first blogger event I’ve attended, and it definitely lived up to my expectations!
Recently, the hashtag #AdviceForYoungJournalists was trending on Twitter after financial writer Felix Salmon tweeted a piece he wrote for Fusion entitled ‘To all the young journalists asking for advice…’ His advice, in a nutshell, was “don’t do it”. Ouch.
I’ve waited a long time for this to happen. You see, I love Jourdan. Growing up, I’d seen her in several magazines, but after discovering her online cooking show Well Dunn on YouTube a couple of years ago, a serious girl crush began to develop.
As someone who loves media, I always imagined that one day I would work for a major media organisation. I hardly considered other options. Getting involved with youth media and possibly creating my own platform in the future are things I only started thinking about recently.
Beauty Is… is a new documentary from social activist and filmmaker Toyin Agbetu. Featuring a number of interviews with people like British rapper/poet Akala and British actress Judith Jacob, the film looks at how we ourselves define beauty and how black beauty is viewed by society. Continue reading “Film Review: Beauty Is…”
I visited the Vogue Festival for the first time on Sunday. I’m not a Vogue reader but I HAD to get tickets because Naomi Campbell was one of the speakers this year. To my surprise, the entire festival programme looked impressive. Continue reading “The Vogue Festival 2014”
Below are the latest issues (and first I’ve ever bought) of Ballad Of and TLG magazines. I try to limit the number of magazines I buy as I used to hoard too many of them! In this case though, its worth it as I sometimes get bored with celeb/gossip/style ones that dominate the market. Continue reading “New Reads”
Hope you all had a brilliant New Year!
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