A – Interviews : Awkword [New York]

Forget about the arm of the law, our Motherland’s is longer than that and when she set’s up her trap in the deeps of waters, even the best swimmers fall prey. She hooks them all, small and big, white and black, all the fishes fall victim. Many a times has she cast out her net, only…

A – Interviews : Tiyas King [Swaziland]

Uneasy lies the head that wears a crown, sayeth Shakespeare. And so it goes to tell that being a King is no mean achievement. Take for example; do you know how many cases have been filed by women, suing their partners of neglects to conjugal rights? Now imagine being King Mswati. It’s daunting to be…

A – Interviews : Fecko [Nigeria]

One of the most authentic EPs to grace AAA came earlier this year, delivered by the Nigerian MC – who doesn’t deem himself Nigerian. Wow! But why would a brother wanna run away from all that enugu soup and plantains? All that Oil? All that Lagos traffic… Why would anyone wanna run away from Africa’s…

A – Interviews : GBO [Kenya]

I was just here on the internets; surfing through new records, perusing emails to see if I might have missed that response from M.anifest or better yet, if Ammara Brown had yielded to my marriage proposals. Pretty much minding my own biz. Then my SoundCloud player spinned this record and I started booging. The raps…

A – Interviews : Home Grown Africa [Malawi]

  After following their moves for such a long time (2 years seems like forever; within 2 years, Jesus was crucified and ressurected twice, the sun rose and dawned 730 fucking times. I feel old), we finally managed to get this interview with Blantyre’s pride and Malawi’s very own HGA. Tis couldn’t have come at…

A – Interviews : Poppa Don [Kenya]

Hey, congratulations on your efforts thus far. By the way, how did you feel piecing this project together? The feeling was priceless, I was elated all through. It was at a time where I was anxious to show my fans the level of growth I’ve employed in my art from what they knew, say a…

A – Interviews : Munnah [Liberia]

We can’t hide the excitement of having you on AAA, but first, the introduction? Hi love, my name is MUNNAH I’m a music artist from Liberia living in the U.S, my fans also know me as the LIB Princess.  How long have you been in the music industry? I’ve been singing since age 5 and writing…

A – interviews : GnX [Kenya]

Where do we start this, maybe an introduction? I’m Kevin Hiuhu, but people know me as GnX or Kevin Grands which are my names as a musician. I’m born and raised in Nairobi. A place called 87 to be specific. Are you in any way new to the music scene? Been around four years now.…