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[click the image for interview] The image above is that of a young rising star out of Ghana by the name of Bryte who won the BigInGhana contest organized by Africa Unsigned, who I had the pleasure of interviewing last year. Thomas of AU, gave me an opportunity to guest blog/interview Bryte over at their site! Enjoy……. Continue reading Interview [Shine Bryte like a….]
The Republic of Mali is a landlocked country in Western Africa. Its capital is Bamako. Mali consists of eight regions and its borders on the north reach deep into the middle of the Sahara, while the country’s southern part, where the majority of inhabitants live, features the Niger and Sénégal rivers. As always, thank you Wikipedia for that brief info.
Anyways, I came across Mali while browsing the web (randomly). I searched via Google images and became instantly fascinated with all the pics I found. If you’re not just into jet-setting across the globe to find exotic beaches and taste different food, and are in fact into exploring cultures and learning about a country’s history and its people, then this place is definitely somewhere you should visit. Continue reading “Travel to Mali”
Oumou Sangare! [click on the image!!!] Ms. EY’s recap of a fantabulous weekend seeing one of her crashes, Oumou Sangare, live and direct in the flesh!!!!! Support our sister site oo~ Continue reading Oumou Sangare
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
BOLD BEAUTIFUL AND FUNKY!
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).
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”