If you looked up the word Authentic on the internet, a giant picture of Tiffany Haddish should be next to it. From stand-up comedian, actress, and breakout star of Girls Trip, Tiffany Haddish, comes The Last Black Unicorn, a sidesplitting, hysterical, edgy, and unflinching collection of (extremely) personal essays, as fearless as the author herself.
To be Nigerian is to be a hustler, and Elnathan teaches that in his book.
From the yellow and black cover of the book, which makes one imagine Lagos and its danfos, though the yellow is not the too-ripe mango yellow, with the pregnant police man standing like a tree, and the loud mosques and blaring churches on the back cover—“Becoming Nigerian” is a delight.
Mobile photography may seem hard but with these few simple tweaks you would in no time be able to shoot the kind of photos you never thought possible of a mobile phone camera.
In less than 40 seconds, Ojoro will get you to musical orgasm even when you’re not in a Church on a hill as Dj Neptune harnessed all angles of music.
Today, I would be teaching you how to find your missing phone using google’s “search for my device”
Wawu, I’m 26 years old! Happy birthday to me.
The last few years have been incredible, but I kinda feel like I’ve been a mess lately. Bored, broke and boring. Seems 26 is my time to figure out a way to change that and make this year the best one yet.
Unfortunately, Faceapp now has your face.
Korede Bello of Godwin, One and Only, Mungo park will forever be an amazing talent and one of the few that was tipped to be the next Wande Coal but recently he keeps sounding like an upcoming artist doing too much to at least stay relevant in the scheme of things and to get people to remember he still sings.
So Johnny Drille took the platinum path and chose to do a cover for Bryan Adam’s popular number, “Please forgive me”.
Amazing word play, good flirty punch lines and a dope party beat are all wonderful elements of Young John new number, Elo Baby.