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<p>Lolade is an author, techie and serial entrepreneur. She is an MA candidate at Yale University where she is pursuing research on immigration, cultural identity and social health.</p>

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Still on the fence about AfroPunk? Don't know what shows to see or who to shop with? Check out the incredible lesser-known acts and

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I was in Lagos last summer when Adekunle Gold’s debut album, Gold dropped under the YBNL label. In passing, I heard this gentle guy

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On my recent flight to Lagos on Arik, I sat near an old man who randomly began throwing up just as they were serving

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A short story about unraveling.

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A look at making Blaxit a reality and not just a punchline. It was a funny concept at first, but how funny really is

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 Kunle Afolayan's The CEO will have it's red carpet premiere this weekend in Lagos. The film tells the story of five executives selected to compete

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The most beloved Nigerian musician at home and abroad is coming to New York City for the first time in seven years. King Sunny Ade will

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Most Kings are revered as if they were gods. They are honored and worshipped by their followers. But in Yorubaland, the kings actually are

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Mallence Bart-Williams is our new nominee for president of the African Union. In a historically epic TEDx Talk, she has ended every confusion about

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Damilare Sonoiki, a writer on the hit television series Black-ish is creating a television show about a young Nigerian, Ayo, navigating America amidst the culture of his

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