The British-Nigerian platform on a mission to give emerging artists a place to exhibit – and to sell.
India van Spall
Eighteen-year-old Alexis Chikaeze discusses her breakout role in the mother-daughter drama, the rigour of beauty pageants and the importance of learning about Black history.
The London-based artists on their just released, genre-defying second mixtape, NOSMOKEVOL2.
Artist, organiser and one of the first female DJs to play at Carnival, Linett Kamala talks us through 30 years of the institution that’s hosted Gaika, Mark Ronson, Neneh Cherry and Benji B’s Deviation crew.
Joining forces with fashion powerhouse Browns, the Lagos festival has a jam-packed schedule of online events celebrating Africa and its creativity, alongside an e-zine that’s exploring the influence and exchange that Afro culture has on pop culture.
The 28-year-old artist has just released a fitting visual tribute to Notting Hill Carnival with diversity campaigners, The Black Curriculum.
Jack Marshall and CC.Wade talk us through piss-ups in the park and The Beast of Peckham Rye.
Founder Bolanle Tajudeen – who also coined the #ualsowhite social hashtag – is on a mission to share the rich history of Black and POC culture with the masses via a series of affordable, short online courses.
The soul singer’s debut project Life Works Out...Usually is a soothing remedy to these turbulent times.
Leading from the front in the BBC adaptation of Vikram Seth’s much-loved blockbuster novel A Suitable Boy: no pressure for the 23-year-old newcomer. Especially as she’s backed by a 110-strong cast with one key unifying factor.
Benji B and Jude Afriyie break down the legendary club night turned weekly INSIDE / OUT live stream ahead of tonight’s fundraiser. Proceeds will be donated to charity Inquest and social enterprise The Black Curriculum.
In response to the recent report, which found black communities more likely to die from Covid-19 than white, Black Lives Matter UK and Race & Health are encouraging the public to make some noise for those staying at home.
Sexual assault, sexual pleasure, consent, defiance, survival: the Londoner packs a powerful punch with her provocative new TV series I May Destroy You.