SULLEE J: ft. Alyson Blaire – Make You Mine

  Sullee Justice, the ‘thinking fan’s rapper’ from the US city of Baltimore, has launched a new single this past Friday, entitled “Make You Mine” and featuring R&B/soul singer Alyson Blaire. The song comes fresh from Sullee J’s latest album, and is the third to be released after he recently collaborated with KXNG Crooked of Shady Records and Templar’s of Hip Hop artist Beast 1333. It’s a clash between reggaeton (a musical style that has enjoyed a steady resurgence this year) and Sullee J’s genre of choice: hip-hop. Starting with an ethereal and dreamy beat, the track soon drops into a … Continue reading SULLEE J: ft. Alyson Blaire – Make You Mine

A BEACH IN LONDON?: Rooftop Beach to return to Brixton this May

  London, UNITED KINGDOM VIJAY SHAH For Londoners, a trip to the seaside usually means a forty-plus minute drive through heavy traffic and with screaming friends/kids/radios to the Essex coast or Brighton, but from this May, you can be beside the seaside on a rooftop in south London, courtesy of Brixton’s Rooftop Beach. This event brings together sand, sun, buckets, spades, street food and seasonal cocktails for a fun day out without having to book the coach. The Rooftop Beach, organised by fresh pop-up bar maestros Brixton Rooftop, takes place from May 26 to 29, 2017 over the Bank Holiday weekend. … Continue reading A BEACH IN LONDON?: Rooftop Beach to return to Brixton this May

PHOTO MOMENT: Morning from Mauritius

 “First morning light 🌞“ The sun breaks over the horizon on a beach near Le Touessrok Resort on the Indian Ocean island of Mauritius, in this image released today by Facebook page “Mauritianen in Nederland” (Mauritians in the Netherlands). SOURCE/IMAGE CREDIT: Mauritianen in Nederland, Facebook, Facebook Inc. https://www.facebook.com/Mauritianeninnederland Related articles Mauritius says ready to sell Britam stake seized from tycoon More foreign students, more Mauritians study abroad Mauritius Govt to facilitate Technology Park in Ghana Continue reading PHOTO MOMENT: Morning from Mauritius

GRAND-BAIE BEACH: On the doorstep of paradise

By Vijay Shah The great author Mark Twain, upon visiting the Indian Ocean island of Mauritius in 1896, was told by a local that “Mauritius was made first and then heaven; and heaven was copied after Mauritius“. Only about 720 square kilometres in surface area (about the size of the English county of Surrey), this slice of earthly heaven is often held up as a hallmark of ethnic unity and a shining example of stable governance. Born from a volcanic eruption 2 million years ago, and about a 1,000 kilometres distant from Madagascar, Mauritius is home to people originally from … Continue reading GRAND-BAIE BEACH: On the doorstep of paradise