Africentriguing Presents: Artistik stylinz of Dzosa Nkolo-Kangkolo

Black history is not stagnant. Black people, Black culture, and Black history are extremely dynamic; it move and grooves as we do. As a people, we should remain strong and proud. As we work to eliminate that in which hinders our progression, we must look back and reminisce on the struggle and hardship our ancestors overcame. With that said, I’d like to introduce a good friend of mine … Continue reading Africentriguing Presents: Artistik stylinz of Dzosa Nkolo-Kangkolo

Fela Kuti and the Rise of Afrobeats

You absolutely cannot introduce Afrobeats without discussing its king, Fela Kuti. Yes, this vivacious brotha is music royalty! His music embodied the soul of the Black power, anti-Colonial, and Pan-African movements of the 1960’s and 1970’s and is still well played today among diverse populations. Olufela Olusegun Oludotun Ransome-Kuti was born October 15, 1938 in Abeokuta, Nigeria. His mother, Funmilayo, was a political activist and … Continue reading Fela Kuti and the Rise of Afrobeats