[EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW] : Mr. Fix Nigeria: Push It To The Limit

Hey guys! Ms. EY over here. Click on the image above, and head on over to 54. Great interview with Ohimai Amaize, a young Nigerian social advocate doing everything within his power, to bring necessary change in Nigeria! Please help us share through liking, commenting, tweeting, eh, facebooking, googling. Thanks in advance.   Continue reading [EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW] : Mr. Fix Nigeria: Push It To The Limit

[Exclusive] BrymO: Taking Real Music To The World

Brymo is the stage name of an artist we should all be familiar with by now. His hit single Ara created a lot of waves around the world, taking his solo career to another level.

Born Ashimi Olawale, Brymo answered the call to pursue an entertainment career since a young age. Despite a slow start as many aspiring musicians go through, the artist managed to rise above all odds and is considerably the next hot thing since slice bread.

Check out the hit song that started the movement, and continue reading to learn more:

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Brymo in ’10’

Brymo has come a long way to prove to music lovers worldwide he is more than the hook master. This is a talented artist destined for global domination, and I can’t stress enough on how true that is so I leave the persuading to his music.

Brymo was nice enough to take some time from his busy schedule to give us not only an exclusive interview, but to take on our traditional ’10’ quickies as well. Check out his down-to-earth responses below and don’t forget to spend some time getting to know his music as well:

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Stars face-off: Freida, Kumi & Ini

Freida Pinto in a Chanel iridescent confection and Roger Vivier peep-toe booties at the Chanel Paris-Bombay show. Kumi Koda in a black tiered dress, silver and gold jewelry, and a grey & red purse at the 2011 Mnet Asian Music Awards. Ini Edo in a vintage inspired peach dress with embellished gold belt, African printed pumps, and a light pink clutch at the 2011 AFRIFF event. … Continue reading Stars face-off: Freida, Kumi & Ini

Meet Lemar

If you’re out of the loop, then allow me to introduce you to a talented artist influenced by old school r&b soul. Lemar, an English singer, songwriter, producer, and actor, has gained moderate success in Europe and Australia. He has had 7 top ten singles and sold over 2 million records, not to mention he’s won two Brit Awards and three Mobo Awards. What can I say? The man is out to conquer the world, starting with one heart at a time. But before we get down to the sensual and tasteful melodies coming from his lips, let’s discover who Lemar is behind the music. Continue reading “Meet Lemar”

African Traditional Wear: Raw and Unedited version

In Africa, when it comes to STYLE (notice I did not say fashion) we do it effortlessly and seamlessly without putting much thought to it. When the so and so’s of the fashion world are trying to push the envelope, I just smh! Why you ask? Because Africa’s been pushing the envelope in fashion since the beginning of time. We just don’t get much shine. Sigh!  Get ready to be fashionorgasmized, by the


Fulani woman wearing traditional gold earrings. Those yellows are popping! Fulani can be predominantly found in West Africa (Mali, Gambia etc) but also in Central Africa and North Africa (Sudan). 

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The Phenomenal Genevieve Nnaji

Genevieve Nnaji is in my opinion the “Kimberly Elise of Africa”. She’s most notable for her roles in “Last Party“, and “Ljele“. She’s a talented actress that has the ability to captivate her audience with a powerful and dramatic performance in any role she takes on, and her work ethic is one to be admired. Hailing from West Africa, Genevieve has risen from a child star to becoming one of the best paid and most successful actresses in Nollywood.

Nnaji grew up in Lagos, Nigeria and is the fourth of eight children. She made her first television appearance in the soap opera “Ripples” at the young age of 8. Continue reading “The Phenomenal Genevieve Nnaji”

Who is Nneka?

Are you tired of so-called artists singing about meaningless things? Well, let me introduce you to Nneka Egbuna. A Nigerian-German hip hop, reggae, soul singer and songwriter, making waves in the motherland and globally. Her music is anything but the norm. Nneka takes you to a place where no other artist can take you. I don’t quite know if it’s her soulful vocals or her thought-provoking lyrics that draws me into her music but this woman is extremely talented. In every song and video there’s a story to tell; the concepts are often derived from global issues such as poverty, war and capitalism. Continue reading “Who is Nneka?”

Zemmy Momoh-London by way of Naija quickies

With a debut EP in the works, and producer maestro Yoad Nevo (who has produced for the likes of: Morcheeba, Air,Goldfrapp, Sugababes, Jem, Pet Shop Boys) working the magic behind the scenes, Zemmy Momoh fans are in for a treat.

Head on over to our interview section to acquaint yourself with the songstress, otherwise quickie on!

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