According to actual Africans, who are using Twitter to challenge stereotypes about the continent.
You may not know her name, but you're already a fan.
Their minds weren't playing tricks on them.
A feminist point-by-point breakdown with Karley "Slutever" Sciortino and Rachel Libeskind.
Check out a clip from Pharrell and Scott Vener's OTHERtone Beats 1 show ahead of its debut.
Hint: Working On Excellence
Tracks we love right now, and why they matter. In no particular order.
Also starring Novelist, Piff Gang, and Michèle Lamy.
In his Obey Your Thirst documentary, Drake opens up about the city that made him great, and the spirit of competition that motivates him to keep pushing forward.
Shooting hoops with South African b-ball star Lenny Mogoba for Sprite and The FADER's Obey You Collective: South Africa series.
In the thick of March madness, zoom in on Lenny Mogoba, a different kind of college basketball player.
Watch a video of Jo'burg's Tony Dangler performing his new track "No Manners."
Watch a mini-doc about Jo'burg rapper Tony Dangler for the latest installment of the Obey You Collective: South Africa.
For the latest installment of our Obey You Collective: South Africa series, we speak to a 25-year-old emcee from Jo'burg named Tony Dangler.
Watch the award-winning street dancer Tarryn Alberts perform a truly original dance that she choreographed for Obey You Collective: South Africa.
Last week we posted an interview with Tarryn Alberts, a hyper-motivated street dancer from Johannesburg; now we spend some more time in her dance-centric world with a mini-documentary.
The 23-year-old street dancer from Soweto is disproving that notion of a "normal" career and cultivating a style that's unmistakably her own.
For the latest glimpse into South Africa’s burgeoning underground, we’re showing you an authentic South African braai on a rooftop in Jo'burg.
Here's a new micro-documentary about Braamfontein, a neighborhood in Johannesburg that has recently become a social nucleus for the city’s creative youth.
Sprite and The FADER bring you a street-level look into six talented South Africans and the communities they live in.