From The Desk Of Bloc Party’s Kele Okereke: “Magnolia” By Playboi Carti

Fatherland is Bloc Party frontman Kele Okereke‘s third solo album and first under his own name. As you might assume from its title, the 13-track Fatherhood was inspired by the birth of his daughter Savannah last December. Says Okereke, “I’m fully conscious that this record is probably going to serve as a document for Savannah of the relationship between her fathers and who we were before she came into our lives. It feels important for her to see that we don’t have all the answers but we’re trying.” Speaking of trying, Okereke will be guest editing magnetmagazine.com over the next two weeks. Check back each day to see what he’s writing about.

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Okereke: Atlanta-based mumble rapper Playboi Carti‘s “Magnolia” is my favourite jam of the year. Although not the best lyrical rapper, his flow is effortless, his rhymes sounds so easy and atmospheric, and he looks cool as fuck.

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