What is it about Reminisce’s Ponmile?

Ponmile has soul. Perhaps enough soul to make you reminisce as the rapper’s name implies. And this is what we thought he’d do when we heard his name the first time: make us all reminisce. It is a kind of song that brings all t ...
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Tatu: What Happens When a Few Good Actors Can’t Save a Movie

With recent offerings, it seems there are two ways to make a bad Nollywood movie: take a flimsy plot, plop in some slightly above average actors and one or two Nollywood greats, use lots of bright colours and well decorated sets, ...
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Where is Tech in African Literature?

It is curious that in 2017, there are few African novels that represent technology the way we use it in our daily lives. Beyond cursory mentions of popular social networks and sending emails, there is almost no recognition of what ...
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Curious case of Mr. Eazi and why Nigerians need to do better

A lot has, and is still being said about Mr Eazi on social media following his criticism of other Nigerian artistes for utilising Ghanaian elements on his Capital Xtra interview with Ras Kwame. The outburst started when a twitter ...
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Lagos Big Boy: A Creative Misstep by Ndani TV?

A poster of four boys in agbada looking regal and ‘demonic’ would definitely melt many hearts. This is perhaps why a lot of us, me included, fell quickly for the Lagos Big Boy series, that is apart from the reputation Ndani TV ...
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What Criticism Is To The Creative Industry And African Narrative

Debate is subjective. It is nothing short of a game of thrones – explicit, vicious and scheming with unending plot twists where there is hardly hero or villain, victor or vanquished. And the (anything but) “Greatest Podcast Yo ...
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