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articles by: jaelani turner-williams
articles by: jaelani turner-williams
articles by: jaelani turner-williams
articles by: jaelani turner-williams
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Jaelani Turner-Williams is a writer based in Columbus, Ohio, contributing monthly to the city's entertainment guide (614) Magazine. Along with (614), she has also written for the likes of Bust Magazine, Bandcamp Daily, Vinyl Me, Please, Vibe Magazine, AFROPUNK and more. In 2017, she embarked on a trip to Cape Town, South Africa, as 1 of 100 winners of VICE x Airbnb Experiences. While there, she explored the Township Techno scene, with artists Spoek Mathambo and Yolanda Fyrus. Never a writer who shies away from controversy, Jaelani's most vexed articles have been on Kendrick Lamar's 2018 Hangout Fest performance, and most recently, a dissection of "Old Town Road" by Lil Nas X. Inspired by Columbus writing veterans Hanif Abdurraqib and Scott Woods, Jaelani focuses strongly on cultural pieces, especially within the realm of music and social criticism. An avid concertgoer, Vince Staples once told her she was mean, but he was kidding--at least she thinks he was.