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:
Which of these 7 animated shows is your favourite and why is it Steven Universe?
If you were in secondary school when @davido dropped his first album or when @DONJAZZY launched @MAVINRECORDS with “Solar Plexus”, then please your wedding should not pass this year.
Laura Ikeji fans are always looking for drama, while Caroline Hutchings fans are obsessed with their own reflection. Forget star signs, your fave #RHOLagos character will show us your true colours today.
From ballroom culture to the relationship between queerness and religion, these documentaries are giving us range!! Grab a seat, we’re learning about queer African stories today.
We refuse to believe that Cruel Santino’s real name is Andrew and Obongjayar’s government name is Steven. This math isn’t mathing properly.
BTS ARMY, which of these songs do you have on repeat and why?
The best part of yesterday’s #APCPresidentialPrimaries was definitely the DJ. Inspired by his playlist, we’re giving each presidential candidate a song that matches their energy.
None of these anime dads would make heaven, even if entry was free.
Everyone is talking about #StrangerThings4 and Vecna, but what if Mike, Dustin and Co were just well brought up Nigerian kids who listened to their parents? We’re sure their story would be different.
Remember when Saga was crying up and down because Nini was raptured? Or the way Angel and Cross kept swallowing each other’s tongues..but as friends? Before we start the new #BBNaija reunion, let’s take a look at the past.
If you love Grey’s Anatomy, you’ll love these seven emotionally wrecking medical K-dramas.
Nollywood romance is the sweetest kind, so if you want to emulate that lifestyle, here’s what you need
Ever wondered why Naira Marley has Nigerians in a chokehold? Hold on, let’s get into it.
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