Evoking ‘90s Baduizm vibes, OSHUN talks to us about their fateful meeting at NYU, the importance of social consciousness, and the influence of the Motherland in their work.
The Colombian-born singer-songwriter shares the inspiration behind her soulful sound.
Naomi and Lisa-Kaínde Díaz talk Afro-Cuban culture, multiculturalism, and natural hair as a political statement.
Young Paris talks multinationalism, the science behind body painting, and #MelaninMonday.
In anticipation of his second album, ‘Dark Red,’ Shlohmo spits about a Japanese band, roses, and erratic ex-correctional officer.
Jillian Hervey and Lucas Goodman talk Sly and the Family Stone, New York, and hair.
The writer, fashionista, model, an DJ talks sneakers, self esteem, and racism.
Chang waxes poetic about how to hustle, her hair game, and being fit.