Oxford, Mississippi beader-seamstress, Timber Heard took to creating as a way to escape from the harsh reality she was living. “Being creative is something that helps me as a person, function. That’s who I am.” Combatting bipolar disorder alongside trying to piece together the complexities of her biracial identity has been a lifelong struggle, but she is now speaking her truth and reclaiming her power.
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.
Reggie Becton is an LA based R&B singer, originally from PG County, Maryland. In this interview he discusses relocating from PG County to Los Angeles, rewriting the narrative of masculinity, and his latest release, “Listenin”.
America is late to the Afrobeats party, but now that listeners have joined the wave, the sound is in high demand. Read more to find out which Afrobeats artists you should be listening to!
Singer-Songwriter, Myoa is set to release a new single, “Star Power” on July 26. It symbolizes who she is as an artist. “It is a song that reminds me of my purpose. When I wake up each morning, I feel the power of a new day to create and share music,” Myoa explains.
Spanish-Nigerian artist, Sully Gravity has gained notoriety from playing acoustic sets across London and surrounding areas and is going on tour to promote his new single, ‘Take Me To The Ocean’. His sound is described as emotive, sensual and soothing, infused with Soul, Pop, R&B and Gospel.