The Pan-African Creative Exchange (PACE) is holding its 2020 biennial from 25 to 29 August. PACE is an initiative of … More
Lagos-based curator, Kennii Ekundayo will be joining 119 other international partners to participate in this year’s 41st edition. “Pandemic-Pandemonium!” is centred on the collective response of Africans living in Africa to some of the prevalent issues that threaten humankind — racial discrimination, violence against women and the COVID-19 pandemic.
The band performs using a Sambabe – an 8-piece multi-tonal drum set. This square shaped traditional wooden percussion instrument is influenced mainly by the Yoruba culture. The piece is prominently supported by other traditional percussion instruments such as the akuba drums, bataa, sekere and agogo.
Over 25 events held during the seven days of the carnival
Liberian award winning sensation, J Slught just released his new single, ‘Lorpu’ on all streaming platforms. ‘Lorpu’ (an endearing reference … More
“The African must be able to tell his/her story, mainly from the African eye using Photography and history not just for those here and around today but with the ultimate aim of reaching out to generations unborn. A people with the knowledge of their own HISTORY are proud people. Africa is contributing its part in the information highway and with the internet at our disposal, there’s never a better time to do so.”
Sony Music Entertainment label announced its newest starlet, Shun Breezy with the release of his single titled ‘Oju Aja’ on … More
Discussing the Eyes of a Lagos Boy project and the evolution of his career as an actor, photographer and journalist, Mazino takes the viewer on a visual whirlwind.
Drone shots of Lagos Island have been added to the ones put together three years ago when I got the opportunity to go up an abandoned 25 storey building (Independence House) across from King’s College, Onikan.
My upcoming exhibition is a collaboration with Olusola Otori, bringing together photography, video documentary and painting.“Beautiful Disaster”
Her focus on folklore and tradition sets her music apart, celebrating the rich cultural heritage of Eastern Nigeria. Ifé, meaning … More
Highlife music was the foremost sound from West Africa, mainly Ghana and Nigeria, in the 1950s, reaching a remarkable height in the ’60s.