We have a new interesting web series on hands! Nate & Jamie is a comedy series starring Joshua Samuels and OgaSamuel Williams. The show is set in London and centered on the antics of two mischievous young adults Continue reading Fellas How Far Will You Go For A Girl’s Number? Checkout This New Comedy Web Series ‘Nate & James’
Did you know you could go bungee jumping in Kampala? Plus, if you are looking for some the best Kramp dancers then you might want to head to Johannesburg.
In two new episodes of The New Africa, Nigerian television personality Folu Storms is telling the African story in her own special way. Continue reading The New Africa! Explore Kampala & Johannesburg In This Web Series
Let’s be honest there are not that many female comedians in Africa. If you are a lover of all things comedy or even social media then you might have stumbled on couple of videos from East African comedy queen Anne Kansiime.
2016 Africa Magic Viewer’s Choice Awards nominee Shirley Frimpong – Manso would on Friday 22, January 2016 premiere her latest movie titled ‘Rebecca’ at the London Odeon Cinema.
Nollywood hunk Joseph Benjamin and Ghanaian bombshell Yvonne Okoro are the stars of the two-cast movie produced by Ken Attoh
If you are wondering what to expect from the movie, well here is the synopsis… Continue reading Shirley Frimpong-Manso’s Movie ‘Rebecca’ To Premiere In London
The African media and film industry is thriving each day, its no surprise that CNN has decided to turn the spotlight on the continent’s brightest stars. Continue reading ”Is there Anything Mo Abudu Cannot Do?” Watch the Nigerian Entrepreneur’s CNN Interview
The man of the moment Trevor Noah stopped by fellow comedienne Ellen Degeneres’s show for a light hearted interview. During their chat, The Today Show host joked about his life as a poor South African kid, growing up during apartheid and more. Watch the video below. Continue reading Watch Trevor Noah Chat About Growing Up In South Africa On The Ellen Show
Ghananian beauty brand/makeup artist Evita Joseph is calling all fashion, beauty and makeup enthusiast.
How cool is this? Evita Joseph is out with The Genesis Eye brush collection, dare I say the first ever eye brush collection in Ghana
Take note business wannabes, Evita Joseph noticed the absence of top notch eye brushes in the Ghananian beauty market so she has introduced The Genesis Eye Brush collection
Our style icon for this week is Nigerian fashion designer, stylist and entrepreneur Toyin Lawani. Toyin’s personal style can be described as extremely edgy and unique.
How many African acts come into mind when you think of the genre Neo-Soul? To be honest not many cross my mind. Today we chit chat with one such acts who is breaking the norm in her own eclectic style.
Armed with a degree in law from the University of Jos, Lindsey Abudei is a singer/songwriter who is gradually taking over the Nigerian Neo Soul music scene a step at a time. In an era where dance music rules, Lindsey says she does not intend on transitioning into an Afrobeats artiste anytime soon. In her own words, she describes her genre of choice as “the genre that lets me mirror the sides to Lindsey.” Interesting huh?
Catch the feature where she dishes out on working with rappers MI and Jesse Jagz, her experience on one of the biggest talent shows – Project Fame, plus I try to find out if she feels any pressure to do better than Afro pop Singer Chidinma who was her fellow competitor on the talent series and also find out my little embarrassing moment. Lets get talking.
Its safe to say Nigerian music star Ice Prince is the first African act to be interviewed on the most talked about radio show in America – The Breakfast Club with host: Charlamagne, Angela Yee and Dj Envy During the interview the rapper dished out on his first encounter with rap legend and mogul JayZ, misconceptions about Africa, the music scene in his country, working with American Producer – Roscoe Dash and a little tea about his past life Continue reading Ice Prince Says He Is ‘In Talks With’ Jay Z’s Roc Nation Music Label
Nyhkor Paul is a testament to the fact that, it never matters where you are from with hardwork and perseverance you can make it.
From gracing runway shows in New York, Paris and many more. The South Sudanese model slays on the cover of the May 2015 issue of South Africa’s Elle Magazine.
Let’s talk about Nyhkor for a minute,
Burna Boy is obviously on a mission to take over the African Music scene. After splitting with his label Aristokrat Records about a year ago, who would have thought the Nigerian act would go on to sign a major deal with record label heavy weight- Island Records, a division of Universal Music Group.
Continue reading Burna Boy Signs A New Deal With Island Records/Universal Music Group
These women are definitely game changers!
The May 2015 Issue of Essence magazine has 5 of the most powerful, talented and successful tale tellers on the cover.
Shonda Rhimes, Ava DuVernay, Debbie Allen,Issa Rae and Mara Brock Akil have all pushed boundaries gone past stereotypes
In the edition the ladies touch issues concerning women of color:
Continue reading #WomenOnTop : Shonda Rhimes, Mara Brock Akil, Ava DuVernay, Debbie Allen and Issa Rae Cover Essence Magazine’s May 2015 Issue
How cool is this? American superstar Pharrell Williams in collaboration with Wool Worths South Africa are on a mission to make a difference. The aim of the global campaign is to provide good education, clean water bodies, better farm products and sustainable clothing. Now that’s a worthy cause.
Continue reading Pharrell Williams Collaborates With Wool Worths South Africa
Who remembers Rosie Motene from the hit South African soapie – Generations or Mnet’s Studio 53. The South African beauty is the cover star for Essays of Africa’s March 2015 issue. Essays of Africa is a women’s magazine that describes itself a glossy lifestyle magazine that highlights the woman’s journey from being a girl to embracing womanhood.
Actress, producer, and artist Maame Adjei is AfroBougee’s muse for their recent Nouveau Noir campaign. If you are wondering what AfroBougee is, well it is an up and coming Ghanaian online publication that seeks to showcase the eclectic beauty of Africa. In their own words Afrobougee describes its medium as “Africa’s premium portal delivering an invigorating perspective on all aspects of the African art spectrum”
We are in an era where Celebrities are the new models, especially when it comes to magazine covers. Well yes, magazines sell quicker when Celebs are on the cover. But don’t you miss the days when the Naomi Campbell’s, the Tyra Banks’ and the Cindy Crawford’s where just slaying the covers (Hopefully I’m not the only one).
The February 2015 issue of South Africa’s Elle Magazine features these gorgeous twin models named Suzane and Suzana Massena. As we all know February is the month of “Love” and Elle Magazine SA is celebrating love but not as cliche as we know it. The Sisterhood Issue is to commemorate the most sacred bond i.e sisterhood.
Time to shine the light on another African act doing amazing things. A guy of many talents, Sampahh is a Ghanaian singer, songwriter, actor, producer and editor living in the US.
Continue reading Artiste Spolight: Sampahh From Ghana
They say its a man’s world, especially in Africa you find women not being able to speak up on delicate issues affecting their lives, Who would have thought EME’s first lady, Niyola was ever molested. The Nigerian singer disclosed this on Continue reading Niyola Gets Candid As She Shares Being Molested, Her Relationships and more