The London-based artist and equality activist talks her upcoming debut book release, the best advice she’s ever received and taking it slow in self-isolation.
Since its emergence in the late 1970s, Dancehall has always been a male-dominated space. Characterised by computer-generated rhythms and highly sexual, often violent lyrics, the genre not only plays an integral part in Jamaican culture but has also become increasingly influential to musical sub-cultures worldwide.