In Ghana’s fast-paced fashion landscape, especially the streetwear scene, their approach is dynamic and innovative, and one brand that has repeatedly proven itself as a trusted streetwear brand is Fear No Man.
Dive into the mesmerising universe of Rema, where the magic isn't just in the music but also in the visual storytelling. Rema, the 23-year-old Mavin/Jonzing World maestro, has rewritten the rules of album cover art, turning it into an artistic revolution.
Since breaking out, Nigerian fashion designer Kenneth Ize has risen to prominence in the global fashion space by blending culture into contemporary styles. He offers a fresh and unique perspective with every weave. In our commitment to celebrating and amplifying the works of Africans, we are delighted to have the spotlight on Kenneth Ize today. But of course, we can only talk about the eponymous brand after discussing the creative genius behind it. Let's dive into the story of the creative director of Kenneth Ize.
Established in 2018 by famous Nigerian Streetwear influencer Iretidayo Zaccheus, Street Souk is an annual Streetwear fashion convention aimed at showcasing African up-and-coming, including already established Streetwear brands on a larger scale.
What’s a rapper’s identity without a name? Not just any name, but one that builds him till he becomes a brand? One of the fundamental components that can make or ruin an artiste's career is their stage name. A stage name separates you from others and is the cornerstone of any performer's brand. In this piece, we have highlighted a list of some famous Nigerian rappers who changed their stage names.
Nigerian popstar Ayra Starr has clinched the title of Amazon Breakthrough Artist of 2023, complementing her ascent to stardom.
Nigerian Afrobeats musician and songwriter famous for his eye patch and pink hair, Michael Adebayo Olayinka, with the brand name Ruger, has queried celebrities and wannabes for their fake show of wealth on social media.
Nigerian artist Olaoluslawn plans to redefine visual art and cinema with the global premiere of his groundbreaking film, "Gone?" In a bold and innovative move, the artist has chosen to showcase his cinematic innovation in major cities worldwide, ensuring a month-long show that promises to captivate audiences from December 6th to December 31st.
Breaking onto the fashion scene stylishly, the collaborative venture between New Era Europe and Daily Paper introduces their 59FIFTY Fitted cap.
"Happiness" by Sarz featuring Asake and Gunna is a vibrant and infectious collaboration that blends Afrobeat and American rap influences.
The first Nigerian female Grammy award winner, alte, R & B, and Afrobeats singer, songwriter, as well as record producer, Temilade Openiyi, with the brand name, Tems, has released her second single for the year 'Not an Angel' that follows 'Me & U' which was released in October.