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More Kashcoming - review - Afrocritik
“More Kashcoming” Review: Kashcoming Delivers an Incomplete Rendition on New EP

More Kashcoming proves that Kashcoming has room to improve, most especially with lyricism, delivery, and production. By Hope Ibiale Kashcoming’s debut in the Nigerian music industry was in 2019 when he released…

‘A Green Fever’ - review - Afrocritik
“A Green Fever” Review: Taiwo Egunjobi’s Historical Suspense Thriller is Incoherent and Corny, Yet Commendable

The thing with A Green Fever is that by the time the film reaches the third act, you feel like you have wandered around and found yourself in the plot of a…

Blessed - Berri Tiga - Review - Afrocritik
“Blessed” Review: Berri Tiga’s Debut is Proof of an Artiste Ready for Greatness 

Blessed is a commendable addition to Berri Tiga’s discography. With the 7-track project, he leaves listeners eagerly anticipating what’s next from the artiste. By Hope Ibiale The walls of the Nigerian music…

Otile Brown - Grace - review - Afrocritik
“Grace” Review: Otile Brown’s Undertaking is Still to Delight the Romantics

Otile Brown’s music is still the de facto go-to for romantics and Grace reiterates this. By Frank Njugi With the release of Just In Love in 2020, Kenyan artiste, Jacob Obunga, widely…

One Too Many - review - Afrocritik
“One Too Many” Review: “Sorrows, Sorrows, Prayers” for the Listless Moments in the Kayode Kasum-Directed Film

With no room for mild or deep introspection, One Too Many loses important messages it aims to pass while in transit, and becomes riddled with countless how-did-we-get-here moments.  By Seyi Lasisi  For…

Afrocritik Editorial playlist
Afrocritik Monthly Editorial Playlist: February 2024

Afrocritik Monthly Editorial Playlist By Yinoluwa Olowofoyeku Dear cherished music enthusiasts, What a delight it is to be conversing with you today! And do you know why our spirits are soaring? Because…

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Rising Sensation, DumomiTheJig Releases New Single “Butterfly”

“Butterfly” was produced by Nigerian producer, Black Culture, with the accompanying music video directed by George Guise.  By Hope Ibiale UK-based Nigerian artiste, DumomiTheJig, has released a new single titled “Butterfly”. The…

Jumai Yusuf
Jumai Yusuf Selected for the Sundance Institute | The Walt Disney Company Muslim Artist Fellowship

Yusuf’s project Layla and the Starship Afrotopia will be funded and developed by the fellowship alongside Kamau Bilal’s Brick Thieves, Sarah Mokh’s Diary of a Muslim Cynic, and Razi Jafri’s Sanctuary, Purgatory.…

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The Never-Ending Upheavals of the Nigerian Basketball Federation

Nigeria’s basketball woes deepen as D’Tigers struggle in the 2025 AfroBasket Qualifiers. Bottom of their group, the team’s performance highlights ongoing administrative issues within the Nigerian Basketball Federation.  By Tuka Letura  On…

It Blooms in June - Afrocritik review
“It Blooms in June” Review: Korede Azeez’s Coming-of-Age Movie Needs to Come of Age

It Blooms in June is sure to keep you in the soft smiling limbo of the lotus eaters, and might yet leave you with the grudging suspicion that perhaps you have been…

Ewa Cole vs Funke Akindele Lawsuit
Ewa Cole vs Funke Akindele Copyright Dispute: Exclusive Details as Court Hearing Begins

In an exclusive interview with Afrocritik, Ewa Cole’s team indicates a willingness to consider an out-of-court settlement. By Helena Olori and Victory Hayzard Solum In early February, the Nigerian entertainment industry was…

In Bloom
African Filmmakers, Dolapo Adeleke and Voline Ogutu, Feature on MTV Staying Alive Foundation’s “In Bloom”

Their films Aféfé and Kifungo will premiere alongside Period, Alta, and Maré on BET in Africa on March 8, 2024. By Hope Ibiale Nigerian Dolapo Adeleke and Kenyan Voline Ogutu, in collaboration…