Ghostpoet
Q Magazine UK|October 2017
Ghostpoet

This South Londoner Specialises in Musical Dread. But Give Him a Box of Organic Veg and He’s All Smiles.
 

Laura Barton

This takes me back to dating,” says Obaro Ejimiwe, looking uncertainly at his bowl of unwieldy Vietnamese rice noodles. “Never have noodles or spaghetti on a first date.” It is a Tuesday in August, and we are sitting in the rainy day gloom of Margate’s Old Kent Market, a small arcade in the heart of the Old Town. Today the stalls are largely closed, and the building half empty; a couple of children, in the throes of summer holiday boredom, restlessly half-play a nearby piano.

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October 2017