The intersectionality between American HipHop and Gang Culture runs deep, but freedom of speech and expression cannot be understated. It’s art.
Sometimes, it’s exactly what it looks like.
In this post I discuss the relation between a scientific thought experiment, risky texts to potential suitors, and the infinite outcomes in parallel universes.
Nura has travelled across the continent to live with her new husband and his two wives. I see why.
Bio: Writer, artist, blogger, excellent trivia partner, & I make a presentable +1. Bonus, I’m funny sometimes.
When people argue that sex work is not work, they say things like sex work is ‘self-debasement for profit’, or that sex work is ‘the reduction of self to be used as an object by others’, and my response is, isn’t that the definition of every single employment position?
Mwenye radhi hasumbuki
He who is blessed is not disturbed.
“Njia ya siku zote haina alama” An everyday path has no signpost. Experience makes things easy.
We’re no longer slaves, but we sure ain’t free.
“Cities are like people, constantly showing their different personalities”. For a lot of us who live in Nairobi, we may sometimes feel as though the city isn’t as exciting as we’d like it to be, or that we occasionally need to get out of Nairobi for some ‘fresh air’. I am writing this blog post,Continue reading “5 THINGS TO DO IN NAIROBI CBD”
One thing about me, I belong to the wind.
Life is a journey, and I’ve already set sail.
When Bensoul said ‘sinema zao ni telenovela’, he meant it.
I recently counted all the things I own, and this happened.
In this blog post, I’m talking about the (mis)conceptions we have with regards to dating in Nairobi, and a separate idea of ‘sex demons’.
Here’s a story about a girl who had a poem and a dream. Enjoy!
Is money really a boomerang?
Potential: Exponetial. I recently had a conversation with iconic Kenyan rapper Juliani, and here’s everything we talked about!
For a year, I did a good amount of budget travel across East Africa. In this blog post, I tell you how I did it.
I recently came across a Kiswahili exercise book from my school days, here’s an insha I found written in it!
This is a post about all the lessons I have learned as I have been writing my poetry book. It might serve as a guide to beginners in the literary world on what to expect.
My name is Mumbi Macharia. People know me as a performing spoken word artist, and this blog is to let you inside what goes on in my mind when I’m not on stage. I write about mostly interesting stuff, I promise.
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