Accra, Ghana-native, Siriboe recently began flexing his skills as a rapper, coining his sound as Trap-Fusion among other genres—the word “fusion” being an identifier of who he is to the core and the type of music that he chooses to share with the world. Read more for an in-depth look into Siriboe’s journey as a new artist in Ghana, his recent releases, and what he has in store.
Christian Kimbrough is the owner of Revive Minds, a clothing brand with a purpose—educating the community on gun violence and encouraging others to live in their truth. At the age of thirteen, Christian was a victim of gun violence and says, “I was told by doctors I would never walk again, I would never talk again, I would never do half the things that I’m doing right now, I’d be paralyzed. They told me everything under the sun. The fact that I’m here is a real big blessing to be sharing my story.”
The Atlanta collective’s major label debut soundtracks 2020’s last leg and gifts the community a project with its heart truly in mind.
Ian Nsajja, stage name King Swank, is a rapper and producer from Minneapolis, Minnesota who spent a good portion of his life in Atlanta, Georgia. Early on, he knew that music was the route he would take and took the necessary steps to see his vision through.
There’s something special about a song or body of work that truly resonates with the listener. If you love music, this article is for you! Read more for the ten artists that need to be on your playlist.
Mississippi native, Ricardo Odum is a graphic designer and speaks about his experience navigating white design spaces as a Black man, which played an integral part in shaping his creative identity.