Justine Skye, ‘Space and Time’, Album *REVIEW*

Throughout 2020 I was more excited to see a new ‘Space and Time’ clip from Justine and Timbaland’s studio sessions, than I ever have been over a Love Island recoupling! Witnessing their creative process felt organic and nostalgic, especially for those of us who remember how Timbaland (along with Missy Elliott) sculpted Aaliyah’s sound and career in the mid 1990’s propelling her to iconic status within...

Essential Life Multivitamins to Bring Out the Wonder Woman in You!

High strength supplement, the Essential Life Woman Multivitamins contains everything you need to maintain a well-balanced lifestyle to improve yourself and your health. This premium supplement is packed with vitamins, minerals, amino acids, and other elements which deliver a strong nutritious punch to support women on a daily basis...

Female Allstars & JME: ‘What You Call Disss?’ EP

GBK meets BBK in an unexpected but exceptional collabo between the razor sharp bars of the Female Allstars comprising of - veteran MC and clash aficionado Lady Shocker, menacing Miz, fierce Frankie stay woke and nang Ny-Ny, and the juggernaut MC that is JME, who is of course one of the founding and celebrated members of grime crew; BBK...

A Service of Civil Unrest: The subtleties behind Diversity and Inclusion

Diversity is inviting all manner of societal members to come and sit at the desk alongside those society deems as belonging to majority groups. Inclusion is remembering how to pronounce their names properly once they take their rightful place at the desk alongside their colleagues...

*REVIEWING* Newham Talks: Kano Interviews Dr Joy White

Cammy Thomas When Joy White delivered her revered presentation ‘Newham the East London grime site of a place of emancipatory disruption’ for Black history month 2019, detailing the foundations of grime, which sprouted from the roots of reggae after our grandparents migrated to the UK and laid the soil, from which a myriad of black… Continue reading *REVIEWING* Newham Talks: Kano Interviews Dr Joy White

Revisiting the Voices of Newham: Reggae’s Past and Grime’s Present

Dr Joy White’s presentation, opened with a video she played to the audience, the video contained interviews conducted with the now revered artists Ghetts, Griminal, Lethal B and Skepta, when they were at the inception of their careers back in 2010. Locally known, but not yet internationally celebrated, Ghetts confidently states he is an artist of many genre’s but he closely relates to and loves Grime so much he...

Newham: The East London Grime Site as A Place of Emancipatory Disruption

Newham was historically known as the gateway between London and Essex, the borough also appeared to act as a gateway for ethnic minority communities to converge and coexist, as Newham became the 2nd highest diverse group in the UK in 2001 UK Census, this would have encouraged differing racial and cultural groups to bond together in the comfort of working-class relatability. In conjunction with the ethnic make-up of Newham, the borough also had the 2nd highest...

Manchester’s PERiiSU & EssJay invite you to have ‘The Last Dance’

Manchester’s perilously talented producer, singer and rapper PERiiSU featured in my 2017 ‘Northern Exposure’ write up where I shone the spotlight towards the talented women within Manchester’s Grime, Rap and R&B scene. Soon after, I reviewed PERiiSU’s mesmerising debut E.P ‘Metamorphic’ where I applauded the talented producer’s use of experimental sci-fi-esque Sonic’s and commended her futuristic vision...