It’s here! Memorial Day weekend- the official start of summer. We have an African-diaspora cultural festival in Brooklyn, and Afrobeats in Midtown. A genie grants big screen wishes and Love In Bloom on Staten Island. Here are a few of the many events happening in the city that never sleeps, guaranteed to keep you Out and About. Continue reading
Push Back is a Dance-Hall riddim by R&B artist Ne-Yo and Bebe Rexha not to forget English HiP Hop/R&B artist Stefflon Don. The song is included in Ne-Yo’s seventh studio album Good Man which was released on June 8, 2018. Continue reading
Patrick Nnaemeka Okorie better known by his stage name Patoranking, is a Nigerian reggae dancehall artist. He was born and raised in Ijegun-Egba, Patoranking started his musical career doing underground collaborations with artists such as XProject, Konga, Slam and Reggie Rockstone. He signed a record deal with K-Solo’s Igberaga Records in 2010. Continue reading
Setterz vs Dance Hall Veterans | BattleFest Squad
The dance off between continents Africans vs North American’s Jamaicans- who’s better- you decide! Continue reading
By Adewale Adekanbi Jr.
Reggae Legends at Sturmars P.N.P Rally Skateland (1986) Selected by Danny Dread & Ansill. Featuring Tenor Saw, Yami Bolo, Burro Banton, John Wayne, Cutty Ranks, Junior Cat, Peter Metro, Ricky Tuffy, Joe Lickshot. Continue reading
Ghana Bounce, Ajebutter22 his newest single of the album What Happens In Lagos following the success of his last single Bad Gang his new album, a blend of urban and native style, captures the growing alternative sectors of the Nigerian music scene. Continue reading
The A-Z Of African Dance Hall: “Our continent is so huge and creative, many dances had to be left out to come up with something relevant and short (we did not want to challenge Pharell Williams on long videos! 🙂 This Is New Africa! Enjoy & share the revolution.”- The Dance HALL.
Sturmars P.N.P Rally Skateland 1986 selected by Danny Dread & Ansil; featuring Tenor Saw, Yami Bolo, Burro Banton, John Wayne, Cutty Ranks, Junior Cat, Peter Metro, Ricky Tuffy, Joe Lickshot. Continue reading
The Dance Hall, an urban dance center in Senegal, put together a definitive a-z list of African dance moves. It includes everything from Azonto to Zoropoto.