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March Digital Cover: Xavier Omär & ELHAE

The church is to R&B what radioactive waste is to superpowers: the nexus for great R&B singers' origin and lore. It tracks historically;...


Kwoli Black: New EP is "the cheapest form of therapy I’ve ever had"

Kwoli Black has a calmness about him that juxtaposes his new EP, ‘CAN I SPEAK?’ With a co-sign from Kojey Radical, having opened for the...


Album Review: Tyla Is The African Pop Star We Have Been Waiting For

“They never had a pretty girl from Joburg, See me now, and that's what they prefer”, says South-African superstar Tyla on “Jump” — track...


April's Bookshelf

The spotlight is on the short story for this month's bookshelf, with 3 out of the 8 picks being compilations that span across genres and...


March's Bookshelf

Themes: LGBTQIA+, Family, Christianity, Coming of age, Self-acceptance, Love Summary: When Obiefuna's father witnesses an intimate moment...


February's Bookshelf

This month's bookshelf is made up of 8 spicy, hearty, diverse romances picked by self professed book fanatic John-Paul Kunrunmi. There's...


Banel and Adama: The best love story of the year is a Black film you haven’t even heard of.

Ayan Artan delves deep into the Senegalese directorial debut 'Banel and Adama' by Ramata-Toulaye Sy.


The Beautiful Game: Sheyi Cole chats football, music and superheroes.

We sat down with Sheyi Cole – who plays the hilarious and endearing Jason in new Netflix film, The Beautiful Game.


April Film Releases

It’s the fourth month of the year and the beginning of Spring. The clocks have gone back, and the days are longer. The bursts of rainfall...


Available online and for print, click below to read our latest issue. Each issue includes articles, exclusive interviews, and the latest trends within music, literature, and TV.

Oreviews And The Art of The Series Finale
Euphoria Review: S2 E4 'You Who Cannot See, Think of Those Who Can'
Michael X: Hustler, Revolutionary, Outlaw
Finale Review: Line Of Duty
Headie One Album Review: Edna
Teyana Taylor Album Review: The Album
Why Quarantine Season Is The Perfect Time To Take In New Music
AFRONATION: the highs, the lows and why I'll be back again next year

Ore's Column

The Floor Magazine - 
An online and print publication celebrating emerging talents of colour in the literary and creative worlds.  


Read about our latest digital cover:

Xavier Omär and ELHAE blend soulful R&B with modern flair. Omär's R&B, soul, and gospel meet ELHAE's fusion of R&B, hip-hop, and electronic. Their collaboration resonates with lush melodies and genuine emotion, crafting a narrative that deeply connects with listeners. 

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