WAP: (WOMEN AGAINST PATRIARCHY)

I said certified freak, seven days a week / Wet-ass pussy, make that pullout game weak! Last Friday, we were blessed with new music from Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion. A song with such flavoursome lyrics, our Instagram captions will stay tasty for months to come! Aside from juicy quotables, the track features some insane… Continue reading WAP: (WOMEN AGAINST PATRIARCHY)

Top 5: Songs That Exude Black Pride!

Not matter what you’re feeling, you can always find a song that compliments your mood. As of late, I find myself gravitating toward more uplifting music. Not just in rhythm, but the message and context too. Given the current state of affairs, I wanted to share some of my favourite tunes that exude black empowerment.… Continue reading Top 5: Songs That Exude Black Pride!

The Black Nation Is Dying.

There’s an old Zulu song particularly associated with the apartheid movement that I used to hear a lot when I was younger. At that age, I never really understood the context, just the raw motion it took to to sing it. Safa saphel' isizwe esimyama - (the black nation is dying). The black community have… Continue reading The Black Nation Is Dying.

It’s a Pandemic!

Hey friends, I know I have been gone for a hot sec, with no real explanation aside from life getting in the way. A lot has changed in what seems like a short space of time, but just know a sis has been grinding! Nonetheless I thought I’d make my way back to provide a… Continue reading It’s a Pandemic!

YOU OWE ME AN APOLOGY.

Hey friends, Now, I’m not a huge fan of tennis, nor do I regularly follow it - because frankly I don’t understand the rules. But my admiration for Queen Serena Williams urged me to keep up this year. And I’m sure we all tuned in just in time to watch her being handed penalties for… Continue reading YOU OWE ME AN APOLOGY.

Allow me to reintroduce myself..

Hello friends! So I never really got round to introducing myself to the 'blogasphere', but all good things come in good time, right? 'Co... could you just say your name for me please?' My name is Sukoluhle, which means 'beautiful day'. Born and partially raised in the city of Bulawayo - Zimbabwe, my culture is… Continue reading Allow me to reintroduce myself..