Vice presents an introspective look into the creation of Sean Paul’s international career defining record “Get Busy.” and how growing up in Kingston, Jamaica, Sean Paul Henriques fell in love with dancehall music, but never imagined he’d one day become the genre’s most internationally renowned artist. After years of building a fanbase in Jamaica and the diaspora, his second album, Dutty Rock, became a make-or-break opportunity to prove that dancehall beats could transcend culture and break into the pop mainstream.
SZA releases incredible new 23 track album – SOS , including recently tracks unlocked recent SZA visuals “Shirt,” “Blind,” and previously released “I Hate U,” round out the 23-track magnum opus which explores such themes as lost, distress, mystery, confusion, reflection, and transition. SOS includes features by Travis Scott, Don Toliver, Phoebe Bridgers and Ol’ Dirty Bastard; with production by Ctrl hitmaking collaborators ThankGod4Cody and Carter Lang, alongside Jeff Bhasker, Rob Bisel, Benny Blanco, Kenny “Babyface” Edmonds, Emile Haynie, Rodney “Darkchild” Jerkins, Jay Versace, and more.
Watch the epic and powerful visual for Beyonce’s Spirit which see’s Beyonce’s voice bring all elements of the beauty, energy, range and rasp of the Live action movie within song and a beautiful visual filmed in Africa , juxtaposed against vignettes of poigniant scenes from The 2019 Lion King remake which in full below.
View i-likeitalot.com’s photo gallery captured at Afropunk, London 2016 photographed by Clifford Wilson featuring live performances from Grace Jones, SZA, Laura Mvula, Kwabs, The Noisettes, Loyle Carner, Goldlink, Joe Kay, The Whooligan, Hannah Faith, Eden Hagos, MNEK, Lady Leshurr, Skinny Girl Diet, Jorja Smith, Big Joanie, Nova Twins, The Connectors, Mikel Ameen and more at the festival wjich promotes ‘No sexism, no racism, no ableism, no ageism, no homophobia, no fatphobia, no transphobia, no hatefulness’. In full below.
FACTS :Last year, AFROPUNK united 90,000 people across their festivals and events.
Over 160 bands and DJ’s became part of the AFROPUNK family.
At AFROPUNK Brooklyn over 16,000 volunteered to give back to their communities. This is the AFROPUNK Army.
Want to volunteer? and earn two free passes to this years AFROPUNK London 2016 Festival??