“One side of my family is from Sudan, one side of my family is from Washington, DC. So I grew up experiencing two cultures that mental illness was kind of… something they would love to pretend didn’t exist.” DMV rapper
Continuing our Mental Health awareness campaign #OKNotToBeOK, we sat down with Grammy Award-winning R&B singer-songwriter Chrisette Michele to discuss the effect changing her diet had on her mental health, keeping a journal, the effect the creation and release of her
Taking it back to the days of afros and bell-bottoms, Terri Walker and Nicole Wray are Lady – a singing duo soaked in so much soul that not even a Spongebob Squarepants: Motown Edition could compete. Offering up copious amounts
Since the broadcast of the original TV series in 1966, Star Trek has had so many sequels, reboots, re-inventions and spin offs that it becomes quite laborious to calculate. But never has the franchise received the widespread appeal given by
Newcomer J Appiah blew us away earlier this year with his single “I Ain’t Rich Yet“, taken from his debut EP Studiocoustic, and today we are proud to SClusively premiere the official visual accompaniment to the young East London hailing singer,
There must be something in the water, food or air (well there is definitely something in the air) in California as this state is churning out some of my favourite artists of the moment (and possibly all time).
Soul Culture sits down with Mississippi rapper Big K.R.I.T for our ongoing #OKNotToBeOK mental health campaign, as he speaks on music as therapy, loneliness, depression and finally making the decision to be happy.
It’s an amazing thing that I found music, man…” Following on from Ne-Yo’s talk on the therapeutic power of music, chart-topping British rapper Wretch 32 sits down with SoulCulture and reveals how he uses music as a portal to express himself, for
So here’s the thing: I get down pretty often. Only thing is, I don’t always notice it, in the same way that if you’re running very fast on a cold day then you don’t feel the chill. I get down
I’ve always been a bit melancholic, however much I smile externally. I took it as a character quirk for years and never paid it too much attention. Until the summer of 2008, when I became so miserable a year into
We already brought you the audio, which has garnered plays on Kiss 100 and BBC 1XTRA amongst others, now we bring you the owrld premiere of the official video for North London hailing emcee ItsNate’s “WSLTA (Where She Learnt That
It’s a blessing having a circle of friends with impeccable taste in music regardless of genre or status who are willing to share and bring some serious audio crack your attention. Evidence of this comes in the form of newcomers