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Gone Billionaire

With the rise of streaming services and online consumption of culture, we are left wondering: how do
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Gone Billionaire
By The Afropole • Issue #3 • View online
With the rise of streaming services and online consumption of culture, we are left wondering: how do artists continue to push the culture in ways that benefit the communities they represent. Whether it’s songs and dances that are profitable to video game companies or original free content that is being used as a marketing strategy for major tech brands, the question remains: how can we build generational wealth from our cultural relics?

Shaku shaku everywhere: Afrobeats to the world.
Nigeria's Afrobeats music going global — Quartz Africa
And yet, as Nigerian music is on the rise… are the benefits of this translating to real returns for the people/ cultures involved? an article by the Insider sparked an internet debate.
Adiaha Ita/Musings & Adventures
Fortnite, cultural appropriation & compensation. Going by that, should the new NBA 2k18 compensate Olamide or whomever for the shaku shaku within? What of Rihanna & gwara gwara? Very grey areas & interesting conversation. What do house lawyers say/think?
Kingston is this Renowned Chefs Fave Foodie City
Levi Roots: why Kingston in Jamaica is my favourite foodie city – Repeating Islands
Holy Granola: Dried Fruit Entrepreneur takes on this market in Nigeria
This entrepreneur is exploring the untapped market of dried fruits in Nigeria - Ventures Africa
Black Girl Magic Stays Lit at Teen Vogue with new Editor-in-Chief
Lindsay Peoples Wagner Named Teen Vogue's New Editor-In-Chief
Apple & Chill; Netflix gets competition as Apple launches original content for free
Apple’s Free Content Strategy Takes Direct Aim at Netflix — CultureBanx
The Toms of Ethiopia: Sustainable manufacturing shoe brand by SoleRebels
Ethiopian shoe brand Sole Rebels opens shop in Hamburg, Germany — Quartz Africa
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