These 6 wholesome K-dramas are perfect for when you want to ̶ bond with your parents.
If Tiwa Savage’s “Somebody’s Son” is a gospel song, then you can’t convince us that the other songs on this list aren’t gospel songs too. Shoutout to Tiwa “Cece Winans” Savage.
Ashawo fits aren’t really about attracting sex, they’re about confidence and owning your sexuality. If you can pull it off, fine. If you can’t, leave the rest of us to enjoy it.
Remember Toyin Tomato and Nnenna the ghost? Thursdays used to be Super Story day and we miss it. Here are some of the most iconic seasons of our fave show:
Where are the SNSD fans? What’s your favorite song on the FOREVER 1 album?
Do you give off boss vibes like “Cozy”, undercover bad bitch vibes like “Church Girl”? Take this quiz to find out.
If you’re as sick as we are of waiting for new episodes of ExtraordinaryAttorneyWoo, here are seven shows you can watch while you wait.
From Funke Akindele and Carolyna Hutchings to Banky W and Yul Edochie, celebrities are becoming the new politicians. But what does this mean for everyone involved? Here’s what we think:
The weekend might be over, but you still have time to start one of these 👀.
From aspiring basketballer to becoming a household name, here’s how @GulderUltSearch winner, Odudu changed his life and that of his family.
If you’re as excited as we are for the BTS x Snoop Dogg collaboration, use the songs on this list to hold body while we wait.
Should we make another list, or did your faves make the cut?
Two years after becoming a pandemic breakout star, @Omah_Lay shows us a side of himself we’ve never seen before with #BoyAlone. Depressed, insecure, hopeful and horny, this album is a rollercoaster of emotions. Read our review:
If the last Death Note movie still upset you, you’d relate to this.
Can you guess who sang these Iconic K-pop lyrics? Take this quiz to find out.
2022 is carrying us to where we don’t know, but at least we have good music. These are some of the best albums of the year… so far sha.
If your obsession with K-drama started with any of these women instead of Lee Min-Ho, let’s be friends.
Imagine being born the year Lagbaja dropped “Konko Below” or the year 9ice thought he’d win a grammy with “Gongo Aso”. Sis, it’s giving iconic!
Our girl @TeniEntertainer is all about the feels on “Little (Love I Love)” and @wizkidayo wants us to whine our waists to stupor on “Call Me Every Day”! These are the hottest new Nigerian songs that deserve a spot on your playlist.
“I understand how it feels to want to explore new things. They’ve been making music together for nine-plus years. My boys deserve to try new things as individuals, and I know their friendship will be stronger because of this.”
Trust us, you’re not the only one who got inspired to quit their job after listening to Beyoncé’s Break My Soul. But before you hand in that resignation, explore your career options here:
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