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Bubblegum Club
Bubblegum Club is a online magazine presenting a perspective on the people and production defining South African youth culture.
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Bubblegum Club 1h
Kevi Kevi is both a rapper and a cultural curator. Born and raised in Soweto, the self described ‘ Black Terminator” connects music, health and fashion. He is on the come-up to become the next local hip hop household name.
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Bubblegum Club 5h
Bottils' End of the Continent EP is Full of Hidden Treasures.
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Bubblegum Club 8h
Sandra Nagel Explores Materialism, Identity and Empowerment through Film Photography.
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Bubblegum Club Nov 11
IN: DIALOG // Gender I Digital spatial remedies for cultural futures.
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Bubblegum Club Nov 11
Lalibo Wants the Kids to Reconnect with Who They Are.
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Bubblegum Club Nov 8
An exhilarating activation unfolded as these beacons of the industry unveiled one of their latest projects in collaboration with Scottish Leader. The Soweto Heart, Scottish Leader whisky, designed and crafted in collaboration with creative minds
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Bubblegum Club Nov 7
With only 7 minutes left on planet earth, he lies in bed and enters the dreamscape; he chooses his destination—Mars with the Book of Genesis read to him in the language of Yoruba; ni ibere, in the beginning, God created the heavens and the earth.
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Bubblegum Club Nov 6
The politics and politicization of hope or what Lauren Berlant names as a “cruel optimism,” have been used as organizing tools of social pacification since water has been wet.
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Bubblegum Club Nov 5
The ALPHAEDGE 4D is a statement on how speculative design and world building and are no longer just elements of science fiction but have progressively become more imperative to the shape of our daily lives, including the shoes we choose to live them in.
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Bubblegum Club Nov 4
On a song like ‘Black Box’, Haich plays with regret and frustration, as he murmurs ‘I keep on fucking up/save me’ over the cloudy beat. Throughout the project, memory, desperation and longing show up as key themes.
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Bubblegum Club Nov 1
As a part of this exciting campaign, Bubblegum Club has decided to place the spotlight on four of these prolific talents; Nikki Newlands, Kyotic, Kevi Kev and Flame.
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Bubblegum Club Oct 29
The final episode of Gqom Origins featuring the legendary is live 😭
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Bubblegum Club Oct 29
I decided that I could risk the potential failure but not the thought of being forty and wondering out loud in the bath maybe “What if I had tried?” and knowing, well, I hadn’t.
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Bubblegum Club Oct 28
Francis Buseko is one such multidisciplinary artist who represents the trajectory of where many creatives in 2019 are headed in the future.
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Bubblegum Club Oct 24
This relationship between the camera and the viewer, the photographer and the camera is fraught with complex histories and, on a more personal level, brings with it anxiety that comes with self-awareness.
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Bubblegum Club Oct 24
Miss Cleo’s time on the world stage is evidence that we don’t know what we’re doing – and we’re looking to black women for the answer.
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Bubblegum Club Oct 23
Sonically, the EP is a chance for those curious to experience something unique within the South African landscape.
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Bubblegum Club Oct 23
Senegalese-American journalist, Selly Thiam, reflects on a youth spent yearning to see herself represented in the texts that filled the shelves of her high school library.
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Bubblegum Club Oct 22
The music video, itself, is a dreamwork. It’s veiled in a vintage camera filter that matches the content of the song almost too perfectly. video
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Bubblegum Club Oct 21
Brazen and striking, the vocals of Shannon and the instrumental accompaniment of Evan make their sound full-bodied, rich with astringency and impossible to forget.
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