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“Therapy” Review: Jay Melody Taps Into Bongo Flava’s RnB Influences And Excels In His Debut Album

The dexterity displayed by Jay Melody in Therapy, simply places him in a different milieu, revealing him as one artiste fully aware of the soundscape upon which the greatness of Bongo Flava rests — RnB. By Frank Njugi  In the East African Swahili belt, among Bongo Flava acts currently in vogue, no artiste displays an…

Encounters South African International Documentary Festival Prepares for Its 26th Edition, Unveils Opening Film

The festival will take place at venues in Cape Town and Johannesburg from June 20th to 30th, 2024.  By Hope Ibiale The organisers of the Encounters South African International Documentary Festival have unveiled the films slated to screen at its festival. The festival will take place at venues in Cape Town and Johannesburg from the…

Creators of “Iyanu” Unveil Voice Cast Members

The cast members include Serah Johnson, Okey Jude, Samuel Kugbiyi, Adesua Etomi-Wellington, Blossom Chukwujekwu, Stella Damasus, Ike Ononye, and Shaffy Bello. By Hope Ibiale The creators of the anticipated animation, Iyanu, have unveiled the key voice cast members for the series. The cast members include Serah Johnson, Okey Jude, Samuel Kugbiyi, Adesua Etomi-Wellington, Blossom Chukwujekwu,…

“Funmilayo Ransome-Kuti” Review: Bolanle Austen-Peters Skillfully Conveys a Political Treatise in This Biopic

By presenting fragments of Funmilayo’s life, the biopic doesn’t also attempt to be a Wikipedia page of her story, but a representation of pivotal moments of her life. By Seyi Lasisi Upon watching Bolanle Austen-Peters’ Funmilayo Ransome-Kuti, I made a tweet that not only registered my praise for the biopic but also passively documented my…

Can You Rely On Modern Wearable Devices to Accurately Monitor Your Health?

Wearable devices are highly recommended because of the immense benefits they offer. You can monitor vital signs such as blood pressure and heart rate by simply looking at the smartwatch or fitness tracker on your wrist.  By Michael Akuchie  In the past, the primary way to monitor your health was to meet with a doctor…

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