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Kojey Radical



on December 17, 2019 - 9:00am

London-based rapper Kojey Radical made his U.S. debut a few weeks ago at COLORS Live and paid a visit to the AFROPUNK offices in Brooklyn. As humble as he is confident, Kojey comes from a background in fashion, theater, and dance. He triangulates his experience and channels it into his impressive collection of videos such as “Water” and “97.” In his visuals, he showcases his ability to tell stories with his body, and represents Blackness in every shade.


on November 21, 2019 - 10:44am

The first-ever COLORSXSTUDIOS live event is sold out. At National Sawdust, the COLORSXSTUDIOS team prepares for their first foray into live performance. Outside, it’s an evening far too cold for early November in Brooklyn, but inside, the energy is warm and palpable. The performers and their teams filter in for soundcheck, everyone hugging and kissing upon arrival. Within minutes, it feels like we’re all at an eagerly-awaited family reunion. That the performers are quick to call COLORSXSTUDIOS family isn’t surprising.

Interview: Kojey Radical On the Importance of His Dual British-Ghanaian Identity

on October 3, 2019 - 11:44am

The British-Ghanaian artist talks about growing up in East London, getting in touch with his Ghanaian heritage and his new project, Cashmere Tears.

In this age of technology, "creative" is a blanket term facilitating the spread of multiple talents, which is readily seen in copious social media bios. The phrase "Jack of all trades, master of none," springs to mind in that respect, yet now and again an artist follows the path of the polymath and blooms.

Kojey Radical is one who belies his young years as a studious figure who incorporates a myriad of experimentation via spoken word, fashion,

Kojey Radical Is Free.

on September 18, 2019 - 11:44am

Gracing these pages in many guises over the years, Kojey Radical’s initial titles ranged from model and visual artist to spoken word poet, and then: MOBO-nominated rapper, solidified by breakout release 23 Winters and his equally impressive follow-up In God’s Body.

Cashmere Tears, Kojey Radical’s latest project, is a glorious celebration of overcoming challenges—both inner and outer—and is the East London native’s biggest and most ambitious set so far.