Amani Bin Shikhan
Amani Bin Shikhan is a writer and producer interested in culture, tradition, and memory, among other things.
Latest from Amani Bin Shikhan
The singers changing the sound of Toronto R&B
Where Toronto R&B was once categorized as moody, brooding, and self-consuming, artists like Jon Vinyl and Dylan Sinclair provide a bit of light—maybe some love, too.
These Black Toronto photographers are using their cameras to create the world they want to see
"How do they look at the city? How does it look back? And what happens, there, in the middle of that relationship?"
Sounds Like Summer
'I don't feel the same': Drake's Summer's Over Interlude and a melancholic end to the season
What does summer sound like to you? For Amani Bin Shikhan, it's captured in the interlude as Toronto moves on.
As clubs become condos, Rebeka Dawn's parties remind Black Torontonians that celebration is ours too
Dawn is breathing life, love and inclusion into Toronto’s nightlife with a for-us-by-us ethos.
BASHY Magazine gives some much-needed gravitas to how the media sees Jamaican culture
The new publication, launching February 25, is aiming to "finally put how Jamaica is understood back into the hands of Jamaican creatives."