British rapper, singer, and songwriter Michael Ebenezer Kwadjo Omari Jr., known professionally as Stormzy stars on the second edition of British Vogue’s Great Britain Magazine. Great Britain is the first edition of Ghanaian-born British stylist and Editor-in-Chief of British Vogue, Edward Enninful’s tenure at British Vogue from six years ago. In 2017, Adwoa Aboah a British-Ghanaian Model, known for fronting captivating forces across British fashion, style, culture, politics and society, was the cover star for the first edition of British Vogue, Great Britain. Stormzy, an ever-bold rapper, who has the hearts of many people, with his music redefining mainstream sounds , and representing a new kind of masculinity, has featured on the cover of the second edition of the Great Britain, British Vogue Magazine. This collaboration aims at revisiting the theme from six years ago and portraying the vision of what modern Britain actually looked like.
The rapper is one of six front cover stars who are featured on the December edition of the magazine. Sporting a sophisticated look in an all-white suit paired with a white shirt and two silver cat brooches with the red letters of Vogues positioned behind his head, Stormzy smiles in his shot while playing with the ring on his pinky. This appearance on the cover makes him the first British man to feature solo on the cover of British Vogue's print edition in its 107-year history accompanied by an interview in which he opens up about his rekindled relationship with TV star Maya Jama.
He touches on their rekindled relationship while speaking fondly of their time spent together on holidays following a four year break during which the couple ursued separate paths, dating other people and concentrating on their respective careers.
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