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Slum To School founder, Otto Orondaam, is this episode’s Young CEO. Slum To School is an organization that aims to provide access to education to children from remote, impoverished communities. He tells us how their programs bridge the enrollment gap into schools for vulnerable children across the country.

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Here this man is talking about an important cause, and all I can do is stare at his face and think about how pretty he is smh.


Nollywood sensation and Pop artist Tonto Dikeh sits down with Toolz on The Juice

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Tonto Dikeh is sometimes referred to as the “wild child” of Nollywood. Since getting her first break on the reality show The Next Movie Star, Tonto hasn’t looked back.

She has continued to challenge the norm with her attitude to Nollywood, taking on increasingly risqué roles, and pushing back barriers. 

Her recent foray into the music industry has caused somewhat of a storm since most reviews were far from positive.

We will let you decide for yourselves. For more on Tonto check follow her on twitter and in the woman’s own words -“Whoeva said success was a slow process was defiantly not talking abt Mii”


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GIDI UP EPISODE 3 – Keeping Up Appearances (by ndaniTV)

Tonye - Wait For Me

Tonye – Wait For Me

Whilst catching up on missed episodes of  The Juice this lovely Saturday morning. I stumbled across a new singer on the Afrobeats scene by the name of Tonye.

Her rendition/remix of the classic “Wait for me” by Onyeka Onwenu and King Sunny Ade, had me searching Google to find out who is she and more about her. (I promise I’m not…

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Afropop sensation Iyanya sits down with Toolz on The Juice

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2008 Project Fame winner Iyanya has been in the game for a minute. Know previously as an RnB crooner, the switch up to dough up has been all good for him. 

A firm favourite with the females, his massive hits ’Kukere’,’Ur Waist’ & ’Sexy Mama’ have definitely cemented him in the playlists of Afrobeat Djs & lovers globally.

You can follow Iyanya on twitter here


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Photos & Video From Mente De Moda's We Love Sales Edition

NEW POST: Photos & Video From Mente De Moda’s We Love Sales Edition

On the 8th of February shoppers were treated to great sales , live poetry , awesome cocktails, waffles, candy floss, vintage pieces, accessories and more as fashion and lifestyle exhibition Mente De Moda kicked off the year We Love Sales edition. (more…)

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This morning whilst driving to work, I found myself bumping along to a funny and very clever Nigerian hip-hop song, which I found out, was by the Hip-hop duo known as Show Dem Camp or SDC.

The song was called “Happy weekend” and it told the story of car park attendants, and traffic officers around the country, complete with the excessive hailing and praise that follows any motorists attempting to park at any business or party location in Lagos. It really is quite clever; however anyone who knows of SDC knows that they have built their own unique brand of hip-hop by being socially conscious and drawing from topics which the masses can relate to.

However, it got me thinking about some other music tracks that have enjoyed fairly steady airplay in the first quarter of 2014:


Surulere- Dr. Sid ft Don Jazzy


Aye- Davido


Johnny- Yemi Alade


Girlie O- Patoranking


Oritse Femi- Double Wahala


Anifowose- Olamide ft KWAM 1

Something these songs have in common is that Like “Happy Weekend”, they talk about simple human interactions:

From recognizing the rewards of patience and perseverance in “Surulere” to remembering the playboy “Johnny” that so many women have had experience with;

From serenading the “ Girlie O” and trying to save her from a bad relationship to reminding people in a fantastic sample of “ Double Wahala” that how a person lives their life, is not anyone else’s concern.

Nigerians in every increasing numbers are downloading, viewing and requesting these songs on their local radio stations.


My theory is quite simple: by our nature and circumstances of our Nation, Nigerians are incredibly aspirational and romantic people. We love a good story with a happy ending. We live in a country where beggars from the day before can become the statesmen of tomorrow.

We understand that life is hard, but refuse to lay down and accept our fate; Truth be told, Nigerians are some of the most optimistic people in the world and when Artistes tap into this psyche with beats and lyrics that relate to the masses, it makes for brilliant music.

From that point on simply throw in samples from Legends like Fela Anikulapo kuti and King Wasiyu Ayinde Marshal and in a time where African music is under enormous critics, for a lack of content, you may just have created a classic.

This possible pattern could mean that with the growth of the African music Industry, Africans are becoming well and truly tired of Artists who do not understand them or their story.  We are happy for those who now drive Porsche cars and have cribs all over the world, but the guy on the road is concerned with how to make his small Naira stretch and whether his girlfriend will forgive him for the silly comment he made the day before.

So far in 2014, Artists that connect with their listeners through lyrical content assisted with a great beat are winning, and that’s a trend I can totally get behind.

If you haven’t already, give your music libraries and playlists a dose of happiness by mixing in these tracks because in a few years these songs just might be classics; and let us know: which Artists are you loving at the moment?

Happy Weekend! 


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Ghanaian Film Producer and Director, Shirley Frimpong-Manso Talks about Her Journey into Movies & More on NdaniTV’s ‘Platinum Standard’

Ghanaian Film Producer and Director, Shirley Frimpong-Manso Talks about Her Journey into Movies & More on NdaniTV’s ‘Platinum Standard’

It’s time again for NdaniTV’s ‘Platinum Standard’ where they chat with people making impact in their various industries.

This week NdaniTV has a sit-down with Ghanaian film producer and director Shirley Frimpong-Manso as she talks about how her story in the film industry began and where the journey has taken her so far. (more…)

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