In a world where you can be anything… be camp. Be camp as f**k. Thankfully this group of breakout bop droppers and drag slayers don’t need to be told the brief twice.
TEMS maps out her next steps with laser-sharp focus and a promise to put her integrity first. She talks to Notion about protecting her creative space, staying true to her values, and why the narrow categorisation of African artists needs to change.
Sitting down with Notion, Bimini talks us through their Drag Race rise, embracing imperfection and the importance of keeping queer venues afloat.
“I think that's why people like my music - because it's so much like them”. renforshort is the eighth cover star of Notion 89, wearing Balmain.
German singer-songwriter and “Control” hitmaker, Zoe Wees, is the seventh cover star of Notion 89.
"There’s so much importance in staying grounded and remembering who you are and where you came from.” Alicai Harley stars on the sixth cover of Notion 89, wearing Clarks Originals.
"I want each song to create a conversation.” Jamaican artist Lila Iké fronts the fifth cover of Notion 89.
"I don’t let people bring pressure to my creative space. I tell them to leave it at the door.” Rising star Tems covers Notion's 89th issue.
Covering Notion 89, our vegan queen talks us through their Drag Race rise, embracing imperfection and the importance of keeping queer venues afloat.