New York, NY — Dancehall pioneer Kranium released the highly anticipated music video for his hit song “Gal Policy” today (24th September). The visual highlights the crooner’s sensual side while flexing a no holds barred attitude. Director Mills Miller captures comedian and actress Danny Deuces of BET’s Hustle In Brooklyn in an authentic light, made even more real with styling by Venus Rose. The combination brings a natural flavor to the modern lover’s theme, a tale that tells it like it is. The depiction of strong, smart, independent women today also indulging in some action sans commitment is explored as the artist plays the role of Dr. Kranium – a sexual therapist providing unconventional advice the best way he knows how…
New York, New York (September 4th, 2020) – The Queen Of Dancehall Spice is back with an energetic new single titled “Inches,” accompanied by an eccentric music video. “Inches” entails Spice showcasing her well-documented love for all hair types and instilling confidence in women to wear their different types of hair proudly.
New York, New York (August 19th, 2020) – The social butterfly for justice hailing from the beautiful islands of Trinidad and Tobago AKA Melly Rose releases a body empowerment anthem for black women with “Body Good.” Accompanying the upbeat production of the track, Rose uses her distance voice to curate an audio safe haven for black women all over the world to listen and feel appreciated for all of their beautiful imperfections.
New York, New York (August 6th, 2020) – The name Shatta Wale has been in many rooms and outlets worldwide lately with his feature on the new Beyonce’s cinematic masterpiece “Black Is King.” However, for years, he has made waves as one of the pillars in Afrobeats music hailing from Ghana, so it’s great to see he is finally getting the worldwide acclaim he deserves.
The ascending musical platform Audiomack has always had a hand in the development and spreading awareness of budding musical superstars, especially ones from the Caribbean islands. Headed by Tanya Lawson, Director of Afrobeats and Reggae at Audiomack, the streaming platform wants to break barriers for artists from the Islands of all genres.
GRAMMY nominations, features on a plethora of significant publications, and a huge fan base should key in Caribbean music stalwart Etana as one of the world’s most recognizable musicians. However, she is very much looked upon as a hidden gem. That’s right; a GRAMMY-nominated artist with millions of streams is considered a “hidden gem.”
Kaash is the CEO of Kaash Models, an agency based in London with models also located in Birmingham, France and hometown Bermuda, where Kaash grew up. We got to sit down with Kaash to learn more about what it takes to run a busy agency…
One Young World partners with the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and United Way to launch Covid-19 YoungLeaders Fund
After graduating from Pinewood Studios as a Bafta Prince William Scholar, Fatuma Odwar is now a professional TV and Film, Hair & Makeup artist at Pinewood Studios, as well as now working on Season 7 Warner Bros, Cohort. In this interview, we get to learn more about Fatuma’s journey in the makeup industry so far, what it was like studying at Pinewood Studios, as well as some great advice for any aspiring makeup artists.
One of the greatest experiences I had was my bungee jump in New Zealand. It was undoubtedly a euphoric moment for me, I didn’t even know I was doing it until the day before when my friend decided to shock me to death with the surprise. One I’ll never forget. I HIGHLY recommend driving down (or up) the South Island, the views are insane, literally postcard-perfect and will leave you jaw-on-floor probably the whole god damn journey. I think I’d like to retire and stay in New Zealand forever in just utter peace. That would be bliss.