Cape Town producer Angel-Ho uses music, as she once put it, as a "medium to articulate the recurring violence on non-white bodies." That violence is both the method and symptom of centuries of colonialism, an observation reflected in the philosophy of NON Worldwide, the transcontinental label she co-founded with Richmond's Chino Amobi and London's Nkisi. "It was interesting for me to have this dialogue between [these countries], considering our colonial histories," Angel-Ho told The Fader. "And creating music that's in resistance." NON has created a borderless network of African artists and those of the diaspora, all set on countering oppressive colonial forces.
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