Samuel Windsor – #DressLikeYourIcon Campaign – by Cal-I Jonel

Hey, Cal-I here. Everyone wants to be a star, right? What better way to achieve this than to grab a few items from Samuel Windsor followed by an in-house photoshoot courtesy of little sis! Look 1: The Elba For the first look I went with Read More …

#MFFplays February 2019 playlist – RIP Cadet

This month’s playlist includes the hottest music from the UK scene along with some new bangers from across the pond.  But most importantly, we want to pay tribute to one of the most genuine and real artists ever from the UK. Cadet sadly passed away Read More …

The Best US Hiphop albums of 2018: the bangers, hidden treasures and underground gems – by Jonathan Johnson

The Best US Hiphop albums of 2018 – by Jonathan Johnson 2018 could have arguably been one of the best years for hip-hop within the last decade. Last year was a royal rumble of music with many legendary, top tier artists such as Drake, J.Cole, Read More …

Male infertility? Let’s talk about it

Male infertility? Let’s talk about it As young people we are told to be careful about having unprotected sex as it will surely result in you having a baby and your life being ruined. Not to say this isn’t necessarily true but as you get Read More …

The best new family PS4 games #SomethingForTheWeekend – by Jim Pople

The best new family PS4 games #SomethingForTheWeekend Sonic Mania The appeal of reviewing Sonic Mania, as a 1990s-born and raised 28-year-old was immediate. You just don’t receive the instant pick up and playability that Sega’s most recognisable hedgehog can give you, in today’s games. The Read More …

How to find diverse books for your family – by Patrick Adom

How to find diverse books for your family Diversity in children’s literature A recent study that shows there is a serious lack of diverse books, just 1% of children’s books in Britain star a Black, Asian or Minority Ethnic (BAME) character, and only 4% feature Read More …

Maintaining a balanced cultural identity for my mixed race son – by A Law

Maintaining a balanced cultural identity for my mixed race son Black History Month I’ve always felt some discomfort around Black History Month. Held annually in October in the UK (and February in America and Canada), I’ve always felt there was something tokenistic about it; an Read More …