I regularly write for other publications, mostly covering the music industry and Black British womanhood.
- The Guardian’s best podcasts of the week – Cancelled (I’ve written four episodes)
- Most-read article on M Magazine in past three years – ‘Black British Female Songwriters Behind Your Favourite (published in 2020)’
- 4th most-read article on Black Ballad in 2020 – ‘The Black Women Making Things Happen In The UK Music Industry‘
- 17th most-read article on Black Ballad in 2019 – ‘Privacy, Draggings & Fame: What It’s Like Having Over 10,000 Followers‘
Wrote script for episode about the effect of ‘cancel culture’ on Nike. For Broccoli Productions/Sony Music UK
Interview with U.S singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Fousheé. For gal-dem.
Interview with UK singer, songwriter and rapper Alicai Harley for the release of her debut EP. For gal-dem.
Multi-person feature with four female music producers: Anna Meredith, Ceebeaats, Aubrey Whitfield and Gnarly Music for PRS for Music’s M Magazine.
Round-up of organisations helping female-identifying people thrive in the music industry for PRS for Music’s M Magazine.
Oral first-person essay as part of Sony Music UK/Broccoli Content’s International Women’s Day podcast series.
Interview with UK singer-songwriter and BBC’s Sounds of 2017 winner Ray BLK for Black Ballad, a digital lifestyle publication.
Interview with Grammy-award winning songwriter and Girls I Rate founder Carla Marie Williams. For PRS for Music’s M Magazine.
Article was republished in The Voice newspaper.
Feature exploring how health psychology can help PR professionals drive behaviour change for CIPR’s Influence magazine.
Second part of round-up featuring six influential Black British female songwriters for PRS for Music’s M Magazine.
Profile of Broccoli Content CEO Renay Richardson following the announcement of her record-breaking partnership with Sony Music. For Black Ballad (September 2020).
Multi-person feature with four Black female rising stars in the music industry: Bianca Bre, Whitney Boateng, Shauni Caballero and Corrie Parris. For Black Ballad.
4th most-read article on Black Ballad for 2020
Profile of Sabrina Washington, award-winning singer-songwriter and former lead singer of UK girl group Mis-Teeq, for Black Ballad.
Multi-person feature with four Black social media influencers: Oloni, Audrey Akande (The Receipts podcast), Lucie Lese and Victoria Sanusi (Black Gals Livin podcast) and. For Black Ballad.
17th most-read article on Black Ballad for 2019
Although I’d happily write about anything, I get super-excited about:
- Black British womanhood
- PR and communications