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Month: February 2020
If you have ever wondered what a Bollywood and Nollywood production would look like. Bollywood filmmaker, Hamisha Daryani Ahuja has released the first poster for
New York-based Nigerian designer, Teni Tia Adeola was among the many that showcased her designs at the New York Fashion Week. With a background in
Netflix’s interest in Nigerian content has moved from just movies to TV series. The streaming giant has so far acquired Obi Emelonye’s Crazy, Lovely, Cool and Ebony
Zoro is one of the most authentic Rapper out of Eastern Nigeria right now and despite his lack of teeming hits like his contemporary, Phyno,
Popular Nigerian writer and feminist, Chimamanda Adichie’s undoubtedly one of the all-time great Nigerian exports. In a country with such a rich literary culture, Ms.
Uyi Omorogbe is set to launch his latest collection for his brand at the Banana Republic This February in Manhattan. NASO is a new fashion label
British-South African actress, Gugu Mbatha-Raw is set to star as the female lead alongside Tom Hiddleston in the upcoming Marvel series. According to Deadline, the British-South
Nigerian-American film director best known for the drama film Clemency is attached to direct “A Taste of Power,” a film adaptation of the former Black
On Wednesday, Nike released its newest set of country kit selections for Korea, the United States, and Nigeria. Once again, the Nigerian designs have stood
One of the amazing things about the latest class of musicians in the Nigerian music space is their keen use of creative imagery and its
With singles “Looku Looku,” “Mr. Rebel,” and the viral hit “Try Me,” singer-songwriter & producer Tems may have just cemented her place as one to watch out
Binti, the acclaimed book by Nigerian-American author Nnedi Okorafor, is being adapted into a TV series, set to premiere on Hulu. The Hollywood Reporter was the first to
As Orange Culture ushers 2020 in, the brand has highlighted eight Nigerian artists for its ‘Speak Up’ campaign for its Spring/Summer 2020 Collection. Captured by Michael
Last month, the Oxford English Dictionary (OED) announced a new development: it would be adding 29 new “loanwords” from Nigerian pidgin to the English dictionary.