Continuing our "Women In Music" series, we spoke to MC, Presenter and Promoter: Peggy about her mission to promote the best up-and-coming new talent as well as plans to bring back a T4-style music show.
Leo Kalyan an artist who is unafraid of exploring different sounds in his music. When listening you are sent into a trance whilst being able to see what you hear. We were able to daydream with Leo as he spoke to us about life creating art.
As the title suggests, we spoke to two Baltimore-based artists: 7uca and JonyB about the trust they have in each other when creating music.
Time of The Month are a collective of 5 female musicians trying to encourage other women into music through discussions about what affects them as artists. In our first shoot for WFA, we managed to sit down with 4 of the 5 to discuss visibility in music as a woman and finding the balance with regards to Social Media.
Belgian Songstress WAYI chats to WFA about her trip to London, supporting Ruby Francis and more on her upcoming EP.
Introspection can be a difficult skill to master but rapper, Lobby Boy, takes a crack at it in his latest release: Falling Forward.
Focusing on staying in his own lane and unbothered by outside influences, Jerome Thomas is an artist in it for the long game.
Talent. That’s the word we’d use to describe Kon Kyoshi. We delve into the mind of this multi-disciplined artist and learn more about why exactly he chooses to have multiple creative streams.
WFA alumnus, Amery, releases his upbeat track "I Need Lovin' - have a read of what we think and hear the track for yourself.
In our first album review on WFA, Nazareth explores Taylor McFerrin's 2014 debut - Early Riser including the themes explored on the record.
Starting 2017 off with a bang, WFA introduces its first think piece of the year by guest contributor Nazareth Hassan Hagood. In this piece, Nazareth explores issues related to the affluence of black characters on various TV shows.