In Oh Wow this week: the amazing cover art for Petite Noir’s upcoming album, a golden fashion editorial shot in Soweto, the third volume of a cross-continental music project and Andy Mkosi’s first full-length EP. Enjoy!
TWO – Inspired by the energy of Soweto, Johannesburg, Romy Maxime‘s new series Egoli, Place of Gold showcases beautiful clothing by Joel Janse Van Vuuren, Anmari Honiball and Akedo worn by Phetogo Louwfant, Lemohang Molobi and Serati Maseko.
THREE – From afro-blues to gypsy-gospel; raw, acoustic lullabies to sweeping folk-rock numbers, here’s volume 3 of the ParisSoweto project.
FOUR – A Little Prince / Fresh Prince of Bel-Air mash-up by Jaco Haasbroek.
SIX – The first track from Octave Couplet’s collaborative music project The Connec is out: ‘Post The Miz’ featuring Mizo Phyll & P.Postman.
SEVEN – Started by Prasanthan Nagan and Connor Webber, SHEMO is a label that sells a curated selection of second hand clothing. Since launching their website they’ve shared a few lookbook images by Cedric Nzaka of everydaypeoplestories for a season 2 print-out campaign.
EIGHT – Andy Mkosi‘s first full-length EP titled iPressure provided a way for her to turn her stuggles into something enjoyable. Hear what she had to say about the youth of SA now in our Young South Africa video.
NINE – ‘Casualty of a Power Ballard’ by Olivié Keck and ‘Bandage’ by Jake Singer from Commune.1’s upcoming group show, Load Shedding.