I want to sleep and wake up feeling refreshed. I want to have hope. I want this lactose intolerance to magically disappear so I can eat pizza without worrying that I’d get sick. I want to learn how to ride a motorcycle. I want to be able to enter a store and get cute things… Read More Things I Want
Bey T – Wololo FOKN Bois – Account Balance Manu Worldstar – NaLingi Amanda Black – Thandwa Ndim UMI – Ordinary
I try to understand why people beg those who cannot be bothered, those who have no interest in seeing their humanity to see them. Is it some deep seated want to be desired? Or? I genuinely want to understand because I don’t get it. If someone proves over and over that they don’t see you,… Read More Can you see me?
On Saturday, we went to Muze for what was supposed to be a 12 hour thing with the main act being Black Motion. Let me start out by saying that everyone who did the do, did the do. From Jack Rooster, Blinky, Suraj, Black Motion…. they brought it. Now that that is out of the… Read More Muze, Black Motion and Ventilation
Brian Sigu – Biro Cici – Amandla Akho Asa – The Beginning Ari Lennox – Up Late Gregory Porter – Hey Laura
I often go back to this post on tumblr because it really captures what most of us are thinking. We will die. Capitalism is killing us faster. It makes us sicker. Prices of things are increasing at a faster rate than the income we are able to generate (for most of us). And yet. And… Read More 99 Problems
Status quo is a Latin phrase meaning the existing state of affairs, particularly with regard to social or political issues. Let us agree that as Kenyans, when it comes to our country and it’s politics, we tolerate the status quo, are content in it even. How else do we explain how people are lining up… Read More Tolerating the Status Quo