Its no secret that TIWA Savage is promiscuous with her smiles. Her debut album asked” RED” and we immediately learned that versatile full soprano was a magnificent writer whose comfort onstage matched her considerable musical skill, but it was her oven-warm smile that really told
The One Africa Music Fest was epic. Here's our summary of highlights and photos.
From July 7th-10th 2016, Pan-African media company, Face2Face Africa will honor pan-African achievement at the 5th year anniversary of Pan-African Weekend. Themed The Year of Gold, this year’s festivities will include a private VIP reception, a networking mixer, the F.A.C.E. List Awards, and a closing
She Leads Africa (SLA) is a dynamic community striving to help African women on the continent and in the Diaspora achieve their professional dreams. Since its foundation in 2014, SLA has set its vision on becoming the #1 destination for smart and ambitious businesswomen.
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Among the many traditional rulers within the most populous black country in the world, Nigeria, the Ooni of Ife stands out as a central icon of the Yoruba national group. The Yoruba people are just one of the many diverse groups housed within the multi-ethnic, multi-national,
The new generation of African women are even more ambitious, well-educated, energetic, and business-savvy than their forerunners. They are well-positioned to lead their African countries to a new era of excellence, and they're doing so with impeccable class and style.
What happens when you bring a group of fierce,
The Orisun Collective, which organizes annual art camps for children in Lagos, will launch with a Harlem brunch on April 24. Brunch for the Arts will be hosted by Iheatu Kanu and feature performances by the Imperial Mandela Rose and singer Yeanka and be deejayed by
Priscilla Anany's debut film, 'Children of the Mountain' will premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival this weekend. A rare find, the film tackles the hard reality of family vs. self and represents Ghana beautifully.
The Oscars had nothing on the Wash Gala this weekend, as the glamour levels were fleeking out of control. Three hundred of the who’s who of the urban African Diaspora came together in impeccable style to raise money to transform the Continent in the most