#StoriesOnWheels: Rolling down the street like a Hippie.

In the 21st century, the motor vehicle is by far the most popular consumer item purchased around the world to help get cargo and people from one destination to the next in comfort and convenience. From the first production vehicle manufactured by Ford in the late 1800s all the way to the 1940s when the... Continue Reading →


#WinningWomenWednesday: soleRebel, Bethlehem Tilahun Alemu.

Bethlehem represents the leading edge of a new generation of homegrown African leaders, talented entrepreneurs who are taking on the global market and winning on an unprecedented level. She gives face and voice to what grassroots African- driven female economic leadership looks like , as she continues to elevate her nation, her continent and her... Continue Reading →

#SkateSaturday: Sole Searching

Before we kick things off, we'd love to share our gratitude to everyone who has played a key role in making this possible. It has been a ride, and we hope you'll continue holding on tightly because it's about to get gnarly. -From the editor On this feature for #SkateSaturday we are going to take... Continue Reading →

#SteezSundays Presents: KRS ONE. [Part 4]

Welcome back everybody, first and foremost; thank you for joining our movement today for yet another sizzling feature for #SteezSundays. This series has served as a foundation for our mission objective of giving you some of the most overlooked artists who have always been trailblazing in their selected craft or line of work. The series... Continue Reading →

#WinningWomenWednesday: Yugen Blakrok.

South African hip hop has come a long way, from when it was still a grassroot movement that was only shared by several people who were exposed to the culture on the streets, keeping it real. When cyphers were emcee playgrounds, some of the greatest spitters discovered their destinies hanging around flipping freestyles occasionally through... Continue Reading →

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