A blog post about going to school in London. A trip down memory lane, from Nike Just Do It Bags to MSN.
This list covers the best music festivals in the UK and the rest of the UK. From Wireless Festival to Appelsap in Amsterdam, find the perfect festival for you this summer.
It’s January, it’s 2018, and many of us start to think of what the New Year will entail for us all. Is it that new job you’ve been applying for? Is it the recognition you want to receive? Is it the happiness you deserve? You and I don’t know just yet, but we can definitely […]
A review of Dave East’s mixtape, Kairi Chanel, released in September 2016. With features from The Game, 2 Chainz and Sevyn Streeter, the rapper pays homage to the gritty New York streets and life after his daughter’s birth.
A review of Solange Knowles’ latest album, A Seat at The Table, released in September 2016. A With features from Lil Wayne and Sampha, the album explores the symbol of the ‘forgotten black woman’.
Just over a year ago, I wrote my first blog post ‘bittersweet‘ …and so much has changed since then. I’ll be honest, franklycasey, wasn’t supposed to launch me into a world of becoming a writer and seeing my work published on popular blogs and websites. I wrote my posts, as a way to share my ideas […]
Silky, sultry and seductive are the only words to describe the new single, ‘Brown Sugar’ released by British singer and songwriter, Kofi Kay. Inspired by the sounds of R&B, Kofi has crafted a song that will leave the ladies flustered and the fellas lusting for their own brown sugar to serenade. The production on the […]
For those that know me, will know I am a lover of all things Kaytranada (that’s pronounced Kay-TRUH-Na-DUH) and with the release of his debut album, 99.9%, last Friday, it only felt right to write a review. Originally known under the alias, Kaytradamus, the Haitian born-Canadian producer and DJ has produced an entire album with some […]
A review of Skepta’s latest album, Konnichiwa released in May 2016. From Tottenham to Tokyo, listen to the album on Apple Music or Spotify.
For those that are lovers of Soulection and are familiar with Sango, you can imagine seeing him live can only be described as magic. With the release of his ‘Da Rocinha 3’ in November last year and his feel-good-beats part of my everyday playlist, it was essential that I would see him perform live in […]