Marie Aagaard

Artiste you should totally check out: MØ.

Born Karen Marie Aagaard Ørsted Andersen, "MØ", 31, is a Danish singer/songwriter. She has been described as an "electronic" and "indie pop" artiste. Her music feels like fire that's gently stoked so that it's just enough to warm your mind's insides, to me… Songs like "Blur" and "I want You" from her "Forever Neverland" album, are just wild enough so that it makes you want to get sparky without wanting to break things…

Geo Lawrence’s first single, Sambisa, goes on fact finding

For a fleeting moment of four minutes or thereabouts, relive the tragic tale of a Soldier; who was deployed to sambisa forest, but came home in a black body bag

This life na film

This life na film wey I no wan act. Say I no wan act, na better fact. Human being na actor, Earth...

Cheaper by the dozen: my list of 12 books for this summer

It’s that time of the year again; schools have vacated, children are on holiday and the general mood is one of gaiety and joviality. So, here I am, suggesting few books you could pick up and read during this period, and even if you’ve read some of them before, don’t you think it’s time to dust off those classics eh?

Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje’s autobiographical debut, Farming, trolls with raw emotion

Farming is a true story told with raw emotion and lurid violence, it vents into the elements of the actor’s life story bringing to light a disturbing, eye-opening coming of age drama. The story focuses on the practice that existed between the 1960s and the 1980s, when thousands of Nigerian children were fostered to white working class families in the UK, a process known as “ farming”.

Kay Oyegun to script Tomi Adeyemi’s Children of Blood and Bone

The Fox/Disney acquisition of the epic fantasy film based on the bestselling novel by Nigerian-American author Tomi Adeyemi is set to be scripted by This Is Us writer Kay Oyegun

Uchenna feels a breathe of fresh air in Nnaji’s Lionheart

"What I love most about Lionheart is that it is not a sell out."

Netflix goes to Nollywood

“Lionheart” is only partly a movie about how a woman takes charge of a company in a sexist society. Although the film’s description implied a focus on a feminist perspective on business, it lacked any real exploration of the subject.
The Balcony of Frozen Tears series

The Balcony of Frozen Tears EP. 2

“I remember playing outside my house with my very good friend. It was afternoon and the clouds which shielded the hot rays of the...
Breaking walls by Gidi

Breaking walls

"Breaking walls- He wants to help her through trust and love where she had built walls around herself to make sure no one could...