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Added by Sindian on August 30, 2014 at 2:49pm — No Comments
I was on imgur or however the fuck you spell that website. And i noticed that all the jokes about afro people was about their skincolour. So here's some jokes about whites and jews
A jew walks in to test drive a car. The car wont start. The jew calls the car company antisemitic and sues the company over a broken nose he got while entering the car.
A white guy screams screams about how racemixing is wrong and that white contries take in black people but black…Continue
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||The first annual African Fashion Week Houston brought together Houstonians and international guests to celebrate the cultural traditions of…|
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Don't forget to smile at a stranger :)
Love, Zoe Blaq
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Morcheeba's single "Make Believer" has received several remix treatments; and now the British band has shared one of the best remixes yet, mixed by Dave Davis.
By Alexander Aplerku, AFROPUNK Contributor…Continue
Added by Sound Check on August 29, 2014 at 1:30pm — No Comments
One of the questions that we've received constantly since last weekend's festival is "Where can I get one of those AFROPUNK T's?". So without further a do, you can cop yourself one of our limited T-Shirts by heading over to the the AFROPUNK store (includes the custom T's with artwork by Maps Glover) --> …Continue
Added by Safety Pins on August 28, 2014 at 5:30pm — No Comments
Last weekend, VOGUE came down to AFROPUNK FEST and shot some of the festival's most elaborate hairstyles. Below are just a few of our favorites, all shot by artist Awol Erizku.
By Alexander Aplerku, AFROPUNK Contributor…
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I've always been fascinated by the "almost-weres" in music. I've probably wasted entire days of my life imagining what Nirvana would have sounded like if Dinosaur Jr. frontman J. Mascis had accepted their offer to play drums instead of Dave Grohl, or what the 90's underground would have sounded like if Guy Picciotto and Brendan Canty hadn't quit their noise-post-punk-hip-hop collective Happy Go Licky to join Fugazi. But there are few bands that inspire more…Continue
Introducing Ladi Lennox repping the NYC area with her street theme punch lines and beats she proves she can swing with the male rappers of this business.
VIEW HER VIDEO BELOW
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Rare color photographs taken by the late photographer Gordon Parks will be exhibited this fall at The High Museum of Art in Atlanta. The photos, which were originally taken for a photo essay for Life Magazine in 1956, depict the African American experience of 1950s Alabama, and the racial tensions that dominated the United States at the time (images via Huffington Post).
By Alexander Aplerku, AFROPUNK…Continue
Added by Eye Candy on August 27, 2014 at 5:00pm — No Comments
A year after Allen's debut tape, 1995, was released he finally releases his second project, The Golden Child EP, which is a 5…Continue
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Though the genre Witch House may have started as something of a sarcastic joke (or at least the name did), the dark, chopped and screwed electro scene has increasingly become a serious force in the underground. 16 year old NYC producer Spinelli Salem mixes her sounds with trap beats and dark dense ambiance on her latest Thrash: Valium One EP.
Words by Nathan Leigh, AFROPUNK Contributor…
Added by Sound Check on August 27, 2014 at 2:11pm — No Comments
My name is Cecile Emeke, I’m a filmmaker, writer and artist from London. I have always loved art and life. For some, what I consider life might come under their category of “social issues”, but for me it was my everyday reality. In school art classes, everyone else would paint flowers and self-portraits, whilst I was researching and creating pieces that explored concepts of race, identity and philosophy. But being academically gifted meant I was encouraged to leave my artistic…Continue
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After much anticipation, Raury finally releases the "Indigo Child" project. The 18 year old singer/songwriter can now claim Kanye West as a member of his fast growing fan base. Check out the debut album below, includes "God's Whisper" and "Cigarette Song".
By Alexander Aplerku, AFROPUNK Contributor…Continue
Donald Glover aka Childish Gambino is the voice of Miles Morales, the 'Ultimate Spider-Man'. The new cartoon is part of the season premiere of Web Warriors (this Sunday on Disney XD).
Watch a clip below via USA Today!
We are taught from school, our parents, and society from an early age that life is black and white and while it was necessary to set standards and boundaries for us when we were younger, the older we got the more evident it became that things weren’t so black and white in the world. Moral issues, such as abortion and euthanasia, aren’t as cut and dry as some would have us believe. Are mothers who are unfit or choose to otherwise terminate a pregnancy morally bankrupt? I don’t…Continue
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Today we're premiering Tracee Owo's take on RL Grime & What So Not's banging track 'Tell Me'. Her camp tell us about the inspiration behind the track: "Dancing on the outside but screaming and crying on the inside. This high-energy track is the epitome of aggression and anger after a break-up and going out to a club to rage in an attempt to get over it. We've all done it.."
Original Track by RL Grime & What So Not.
Lyrics written and arranged by Tracee…
Photographer Adrian Octavius Walker sent us these shots he took on Saturday August 23rd at the AFROPUNK Fest! Dope street style. Check it out! Do you see yourself or your friends in there?…
It's dangerous when an established artist tries on a new sound for size (history has thankfully forgotten Bowie's polka phase). The incredibly talented singer Georgia Anne Muldrow tries rapping on her latest EP Ms. One, and the only thing surprising about it is that she's never done this before. On her new single “These Worlds,” the newly minted MC seamlessly blends contradictions. Opening with an a capella sung chorus before kicking into the beat and verse, her flow…Continue
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