Tolulope Ogunmefun helps us to talk about jealousy in his new children’s book – ‘The Frog and his Dancing Shoes’ – Review by Philip Robinson

The Frog and his Dancing Shoes is Tolulope Ogunmefun’s first children’s book. According to an article from New Beacon Bookstore in London, where Tolu recently had the book launched, he had this to say about the book’s inspiration: “After what many parents told him about Read More …

Top 10 hiphop albums of 2017 – by Jonathan Johnson

2017 has revived my confidence of having strong bodies of work in hip-hop. This year also marks the strong emergence of UK hip-hop and grime music, which has certainly come to my attention this year more than before.  From my previous Top 5 US Hip-Hop Read More …

Thank you 2017, for one of the best years of my life – by MFF founder, Elliott Rae

The first year of university was pretty good, and I enjoyed 2014, the year after we got married and went on loads of holidays but wow what a year it’s been. MFF has grown to an unbelievable level and although I always knew this would be Read More …

An in-depth chat with US rapper Brother Ali – by James Roach

  After a five year hiatus, socially aware intellectual heavyweight and US rapper, Brother Ali, was in London to perform on the UK leg of his “Own Light” tour. Brother Ali is expecting his third child in December, so I took the opportunity to pick Read More …

Thought about sleep training? Here’s a guide for new parents. – By Belinda Moss

A lot of parents have tried a variety of sleep training methods in trying to get their babies to sleep peacefully through the night. A few fail to understand that during the baby’s first few months this may be an impossible feat as babies at Read More …

How reading bedtime stories led me to writing diverse stories – by Philip Robinson

A father’s journey from bedtime story reader to writer of diverse stories Becoming a father for the first time readjusted my understanding of beauty. I adored my daughter from first sight. She had my eyes and general countenance, obvious from an early age, but her Read More …

Preparing for the unpreparable: what dads say about the early days of fatherhood – By Dave Robson

As I said in my previous article – I’m fairly confident most parents would agree that you can never really be ‘ready’ for parenthood. Sure, there’s plenty of advice and information available out there (the internet is a big old place!) – and there’s lots Read More …