Watchmen by night, Hip hop heads by day. This is the story off 4 gentlemen in the heart of Kariobangi (one of Nairobi's informal settlements) who call themselves KABANGU. A group of real hip hop heads from the 80's who meet up reguularly to educate and mentor upcoming young talent venturing out into the hip hop industry. they teach them on values such as peace, equality, prosperity and social justice.
"Osborne Macharia is a self-taught photographer and visual artist born and raised in Nairobi, Kenya and based in Vancouver, Canada.
His style of photography fall within the genre of Afrofuturism, which he describes as;
An artistic repurpose of the post-colonial African narrative through integrating historical elements, present culture and future aspirations of people of colour by using Narrative, Fantasy and Fiction to re-imagine a New Africa.
Governed by 2 key elements being Cultural Identity and Fiction it creates a powerful platform to convey important messages on topics such as Equality, Inclusion, Representation, Gender Abuse, Ivory Poaching, FGM, Albinism, Dwarfism, Conservation and Care for the Elderly"