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Afropolitain #1 – Wake Up

Afropolitain #1 – Wake Up – Print

Afropolitain #1 – Wake Up – Print

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Wake up !

In 1996, Papa Wemba and Koffi Olomidé, two of the most famous african artists all time decided to advocate for reconciliation in an album called “Wake up“. At the end of the song, invested in their mission, the congolese singers started enumerating the capitals of the continent, telling them to wake up. Nobody could then foresee the effect this song would take in our lives.

Indeed, 20 years later, having learned the lesson of our elders, we will try to patch up the african diaspora scattered across the world, as we scroll through the pages of this new magazine that is the Afropolitain.

We appeal to this generation, infused of influences of the various host countries but who never denied their roots. From Serge Ibaka to Blitz the Ambassador through Noella Coursaris without forgetting Keziah Makoundou, all at one time cry in the face of the whole world their unwavering commitment to the continent. Our goal as Afropolitain is to synchronise these influences harvested from struggles of migration streams inside which our origins echo via different vectors such as art, gastronomy, music, design, business… The Afropolitain magazine aims to highlight these people, their lives, their habits, their joys and sorrows. Their peculiar journey makes them unique in our eyes.

Whether it striving or is already accomplished, the black diaspora wherever it is, now possesses its own voice called the “Afropolitain.

 


Réveillez-vous !

En 1996, Papa Wemba et Koffi Olomidé, deux des plus illustres chanteurs africains ont décidé de prôner la réconciliation dans un album nommé “Wake Up“.  À la fin du morceau, investis de leur mission, les deux Congolais se lancent dans une énumération des capitales du continent, les sommant de se réveiller. Nul ne pouvait alors se douter du caractère prémonitoire que cette chanson allait prendre dans nos vies.

En effet 20 ans plus tard, ayant retenu la leçon de nos aînés, nous allons à notre tour tenter de réconcilier la diaspora africaine, éparpillée aux quatre coins du monde au fil des pages de cette nouvelle revue qu’est l’Afropolitain. Nous nous adressons à cette génération impregnée des influences des divers pays hôtes mais n’ayant jamais renié ses racines. De Serge Ibaka à Blitz the Ambassador en passant par Noella Coursaris sans oublier Keziah Makoundou, tous crient à la face du monde leur attachement indéfectible au continent.

Notre but en tant qu’Afropolitain est de syncrétiser ces influences glanées aux aléas des flux migratoires dans lesquelles nos origines trouvent aujourd’hui écho à travers des vecteurs aussi différents que l’art, la gastronomie, la musique, le design, le business… Le magazine Afropolitain a pour vocation de mettre en avant ces personnes, leurs vies, leurs manies, leurs joies et leurs peines. Leurs parcours singuliers les rendent exceptionnels à nos yeux.

Qu’elle se cherche ou qu’elle s’accomplisse, la diaspora noire, où qu’elle soit, a aujourd’hui sa voix, elle s’appelle l’ “Afropolitain“.

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