Nigerian UK based artist Maleek Berry shares his dream of creating an entirely new music genre that will pave the way for the African music talents in the UK and the world over as he covers Blanck Magazine.
Speaking about his rise to fame he tells a familiar tale of struggle and perseverance; having to do odd jobs despite having a second-class upper grade in Computing from Coventry University and ditching all of that to pursue his dream.
With sold out shows around the globe and making jaw-dropping hits. Maleek has set his eyes on the high price of success; something he says is a very tall dream but one he is pursuing with all his might and talent.
Also in this issue, they chat with the lovely Nqobile Danseur, one of the CEO dancing trio as she lets us in on her entry into the realm of music performance. Morphing from a backup dancer to a music artist, she shares her thoughts on the industry and the secret to her success.
Laying strong emphasis on her plan to be herself and create her own style of music, she believes there’s enough room on the scene for what she is about to present to her growing army of followers and fans.
No issue of Blanck is complete without riveting and inspiring fashion and beauty editorials. From the Colour Coded beauty editorial to the Adorned jewellery feature.
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Colour Coded Editorial
Creative Direction, Styling and story: Franka Chiedu
Photographer: MC Media London/ @mcmlondon
Hair: Ayoola (Rarelook)/@rarelook
Model: Jasmine Asiafirstname.lastname@example.org
Makeup: Bunmi Ogedengbe /@Neonvelvet
All styling accessories: by Pebble London/@pebblelondon