The 13th edition of the biggest Hip-Hop festival in Africa Back To The City,taking place at the Mary Fitzgerald Square in Newtown,Joburg, on the 27th of April 2019. This year this most anticipated annual event is set to be groundbreaking as it features 60 Artists, 30 DJ’s, graffiti artists,B boys,BMX,skaters,10 live bands,freestyle football,stalls and much […]

Waddup fam, our fellow Butan affiliates UNTIL UNTIL have declared and officially ignited the Bacardi Holiday Club. Taking place at the stunning Welgelegen Manor that offers a luxury country style,an all inclusive 3 day festival, from the 08-10 March 2019. With that kind of a line up,including 30 great artists,you wouldn’t want to play yourself […]

Waddup fam, our fellow Butan affiliate Akio Kawahito also formaly known as Dj ID and the co-founder of Kool Out Concepts recently took off to Bangkok for his debut tour. Known as “Africa’s Most Shazam’ed Dj” , Akio will dip into his usual crate of Hip-Hop, Afrobeats, and Soul while spreading South African music in […]

From the year 2017 the Hidden Panthers story and narrative has made its way onto our garments. “All Power To The People”, a black panther lunging towards you or a striking panther head growling are emblazoned. To say this is on par or taken from the 1960’s African American civil rights movement The Black Panther […]

The beautiful people over at Soweto Massive were kind enough to allow us to get 3 of our #ButanFam with partners to their event. This Sunday, as we’re sure you know already, is ‘The Official Jozi Year End Shutdown’ at Icon Soweto. An insane line which you shouldn’t waste any more time to secure a […]

Soweto is back with its annual event which they are hosting in Pimville, Soweto. This year the event takes place at ICON Soweto, of course, with a new and earlier date. 23 December 2018 is set to be a fiery day and the line up is stacked with all the right names. Don’t sleep and […]

As you may have noticed some garments from the Black Star Line carry a pattern familiar to the eye. It is because the pattern is definitely a familiar one and is a reiteration of the Ghanaian Kente. Kente is the general name given to several categories of hand woven cloth done in the Asante region […]