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Let’s talk music, genres, toxic fans and catch a glimpse of what’s on my playlist.
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Rating/roasting some top-charting Netflix movies and series.
Disclaimer: The money has finished, pliz dear! This isn’t one of those “perspire to aspire posts”. In fact, I didn’t learn any new lucrative skill. I only discovered a market and put a value to what I already loved doing. We’ve been stuck at home for months which means no allowance (the only source of … Continue reading How I Made Money as an Unemployed Student During the Lockdown
Lamii Lamii is poised to become a household name on the global Afrobeat scene. Born Faruq Salami, Lamii grew up in Ede, Osun State, Nigeria. At the age of 17, Lamii moved to the US. For many Africans in the diaspora, it is difficult to reconcile conservative and communalist African roots with the expressiveness and … Continue reading IN THE SPOTLIGHT: LAMII
Hello Fabfam! Quick insight to new readers: I started this segment to showcase young and budding talents and today’s rookie is young and budding in every sense of it. I just know music and party lovers would pay me for this one. DJ DRIKKLE, whose full name is Ojo Arnold Daniel, is a disc jockey … Continue reading IN THE SPOTLIGHT: DJ DRIKKLE
The reason for the Eid al-Adha season ✨
Steeped into the very core of the widespread paranoia that came with the early days of the coronavirus pandemic, Lockdown The Movie tries its best to navigate issues revolving around the local and the universal. The first movie from the stables of Haze Pictures, this short film portrays, among other things, public negligence and widespread … Continue reading A Review of Lockdown The Movie by Chidiebube onye Okohia