Nigerian-American rapper, Jidenna is the latest celebrity to be tapped for GQ South Africa‘s new music issue.
For the publication’s May/June 2020 cover, the Wondaland-singer artiste talks Pan-Africanism, Xenophobia, funk, and the global sound fusion shaping his next studio album.
The Classic Man crooner is eye candy in the magazine spread following the cover feature where he rocked a printed damask jacket, showing off his Polynesian tattoo. Next, he dons a matching set from South African Afro Futuristic Luxury brand, Imprint ZA.
Inside the issue he says: “My mission doesn’t stop with Africa alone. I’m building a two-way, multiple- lane highway that’s cultural, economic, spiritual and uplifts people on both sides.”
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Photographs by : @aartverrips_official
Art Direction by : @robynleepretorius
Styling by : @bassonjason
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