Black alternative people have always existed, but faced alienation in the scenes they inhabited, or ridicule within their own community. Now, propelled in part by poster girls like Rico Nasty and Doja Cat, things are changing, writes Yomi Adegoke.
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Volume 4 Issue 003: The London rapper is riding music’s global collaboration wave and fucking with gender in her own easy way.
Once the subject schoolyard taunts, African heritage is now a badge of pride among the UK diaspora. The music scene is driving the cultural shift.