Despite the heavy winds that hindered setting up and pushing back the shoot two hours behind, it was worth the work.
Riddim magazine approached me to come up with a cover concept that would represent the mood of Jamaican visuals and also to show the unity that we want to see amongst artistes in the music industry (not only with female artistes). We live in a time now where there’s no room for envy, anger or competition amongst ourselves. When a collective is united in consciousness then progression will flow. Be the growth you want to see in the industry and it can only start by changing your mindset. Find new perspective to work with others and make fruitful things come out of it. -
It has been a dream to shoot for specifically for a magazine cover and I did it 😁 thanks @rid@riddim_mag for the opportunity to manifest this. The future is female! Think about that phrase. To empower women is empowering a nation. Remember that. It’s not being a feminist, however it’s just facts. Life starts from the womb and to deny that you are denying your very existence. —
This concept came together by the brainwork of everyone on set that day. Give thanks to @5th@5thousekreationz@aza@azalineage@cal@callmesevana@lil@lilaike@tif@tiffanylamour@flo@flowerchild1999@laurorebel for helping me execute such a simple yet beautiful visuals for @riddim_mag. Also give thanks to @eta@etalstore, @chr@chrissyscoils and @email@example.com for pulling through with the short notice collab 😁. Show some love to these three beautiful queens @azalineage @callmesevana And @lilaike
Accesories: @etalstore And @chrissyscoils
Wardrobe (mesh tops): @izim.world