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Meet The African Creatives Who Created Magic on Beyoncè’s “Black Is King” Visual Album

American songwriter, record producer, and superstar Beyoncè has just released her new film/visual album 'Black is King' and we are loving it! The film serves as a visual companion to the 2019 album The Lion King: The Gift, a tie-in album curated by Beyoncé for the 2019 remake of The...

Beyonce’s Black Is King Visual Album Based On African Culture Released On Disney

African culture has been on the rise within the world in recent times, prompting several international entertainers to turn their attention to the continent. Beyoncé has played a huge part in taking the culture and rich history to the next height on many of her projects. Among them is her...

You Need To See This| Tamar Braxton’s Upcoming Docuseries “Get Ya Life!”

American singer, actress, and television personality Tamar Braxton is giving fans a candid look into her world in her new docuseries, “Get Ya Life!“, which will also chronicle her relationship with boyfriend David Adefeso. The cameras will closely follow Tamar’s journey with motherhood, love, and her career as she records a...

#BBNaija: Meet the Housemates in the Big Brother Naija House Plus What to Expect This New Season

The biggest reality TV show in Africa Big Brother Naija has just launched a brand new season and we are super excited! This edition of #BBNaija promises to be a truly amazing Naija reality show with 20 housemates who have promised us fun for the next 10 weeks. The theme...

‘Black Is King’ By Beyoncé Has A New Trailer Featuring Naomi Campbell, Lupita Nyong’o & More

Before the arrival of the newest trailer for Black Is King, a visual album written, director and executive produced by Beyoncé, the pop icon teased the world with a surprise announcement last month. The album is said to be a companion and continuation of The Lion King animated film which...

From The Old Guard to Riverdale, Here’s Everything New On Netflix This July

We are definitely loving the energy from Netflix this year with the amazing line up of different films that kept us entertained and happy during the lockdown. Some of our favorites are Queen Sono, Blood & Water, Money Heist, Never Have I Ever, 365 days, Warrior Nun, Dynasty and so...

The politics of skin, An insight from Beverly Naya’s New Documentary on Colorism

Before I watched 'Skin', the trailblazing new Netflix documentary by Beverly Naya, I'd been somewhat aware of the issues surrounding skin color complexion among Nigerian women. I remember how, during my high school days, most of my peers would chat excitedly about new skin-lightening creams that worked like magic...

#BlackLivesMatter Netflix Adds a Black Lives Matter Stand-alone Collection to its Genre Tab

In response to viewers’ latest interest in titles related to racial injustice, discrimination, and systemic racism, Netflix has added a Black Lives Matter section to its genre tab. An official statement was released via the twitter account and it reads; When we say “Black Lives Matter,” we also mean “Black storytelling...

Have you seen ‘Blood & Water?’ Netflix’s Second African Original Series

If you haven't, you definitely should! Netflix is starting to pay attention to original African stories and we love it! This welcome inclusion started with the release of the first-ever African Original series, and spy drama “Queen Sono". Now the second African Original series, the teen mystery/drama “Blood & Water,” is...

Nollywood & Bollywood’s ‘Namaste Wahala’ Explore The Extraordinary Cultures Of Two Countries

Namaste Wahala is the Nollywood and Bollywood production that will showcase the elaborate attention to the preservation of cultural values. Nigerians demonstrate the beauty in culture with their weddings, this has been the norm for generations now, so do Indians too. This will be evident when the two countries come...