DIASPORA: Meer makes waves for Arab women in rap music

Meer talks about finding her voice and feeling most comfortable when it’s on a beat, mental health and why women of colour need their mums.

A GAME OF SKATE with Too’OnPoint

One brief decider using paper, scissors, rock, then twin brother Shingi Murare kicks off a ‘Game of Skate’ match versus his brother Muche, the pair known as Too’OnPoint  meet me at their local park in Flatbush, Barry Curtis Park.  ALEYNA: So you guys grew up around here? I’m filming you. SHINGI: Oh shit, yeah weContinue reading “A GAME OF SKATE with Too’OnPoint”

Review: Raiza Biza- Winter Solace

Good music can remind you of a perfect moment— and a great song is seductive enough to leave you with that memory for life. In an interview with Jay-Z and Zane Lowe, for the BBC, Jay-Z said: I wouldn’t do an album just to mark a season. On the flip-side Oddisee did it. And whenContinue reading “Review: Raiza Biza- Winter Solace”

Raiza Biza-Sitting On The Cusp Of Something Big

Raiza Biza know’s he’s on the cusp of something big with his music. It can be felt off the back of his last album Dream Something, which collected new followers and new cities to tour- including the South Island of New Zealand which Raiza sees as new ground to break. “You know, there’s a lotContinue reading “Raiza Biza-Sitting On The Cusp Of Something Big”