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Madonna: Turning Her Back On The Cause Of Women

Madonna: Turning Her Back On The Cause Of Women

There were the tired and predictable sexual props. The pole dancing. The sexualised dancers dressed as nuns. The on-stage spanking by her dancers, crew and band (all 19 of them) as she lay face down across the knees of one of them before her skirt was wrenched up. The porny pantomime of bending-over for maximum […]

Yemi Alade’s ‘Mama Africa’ Album Tops Itunes Charts Worldwide

Yemi Alade’s ‘Mama Africa’ Album Tops Itunes Charts Worldwide

Yemi Alade caused a frenzy with the release of her sophomore album titled “Mama Africa: The Diary of an African Woman”, coupled with the music video for “Ferrari”. The Effyzzie Music diva received praise for both the music video and album from its continental appeal and solid theme. The music video for “Ferrari” gained 40,000 […]

Adele Sends Her Love To Brussels With Touching Tribute

Adele Sends Her Love To Brussels With Touching Tribute

  Adele paid a touching tribute to Brussels during her concert in London today following the terrorist attacks on Belgium’s capital city. While she was introducing her cover of “Make You Feel My Love,” the 27-year-old singer asked the crowd to sing along with her before reportedly dedicating the ballad to Brussels. Members of the audience […]

Why Feminists Should Argue Over Kim Kardashian’s Selfie

Why Feminists Should Argue Over Kim Kardashian’s Selfie

Last week in your social media feed, along with photos of Justin Trudeau hugging pandas (and Barack Obama), you may have come across a naked selfie of Kim Kardashian. Last Monday, the woman best known for her reality show and beautiful butt, posted a photo to Instagram of her hourglass figure strategically covered by black […]

D’Banj, Oprah Winfrey, Femi Kuti, Others Join Call for Global Gender Equality

D’Banj, Oprah Winfrey, Femi Kuti, Others Join Call for Global Gender Equality

In commemoration of this year’s International Women’s Day, influential figures across the globe have urged world leaders to end extreme poverty by investing in girls and women. Top among the influential figures who have added their voices to the campaign are Oprah Winfrey, Muhammad Ali, D’Banj, Melinda Gates, Femi Kuti, Charlize Theron, Yemi Alade and […]

Tuareg women-only musical tradition reborn in Algeria

Tuareg women-only musical tradition reborn in Algeria

A single-stringed violin played only by Tuareg women is making a comeback in Algeria as the last of its players come to the rescue of a tradition on the verge of extinction. Women have long played the imzad in the matriarchal Tuareg communities of the Haggar and Tassili mountains of southern Algeria and neighbouring desert […]

The Best And Worst Moments Of The 2016 Grammys

The Best And Worst Moments Of The 2016 Grammys

The Grammys celebrate the year’s best music and weirdest ideas. To the producers who thought it was a great idea to put Luke Bryan and Tyrese Gibson in the same performance, congrats on being such tastemakers. By now, it’s no surprise to see disparate musicians take the stage together — in fact, it can be […]

Tuface, Waje unveiled as The Voice coaches

Tuface, Waje unveiled as The Voice coaches

Award- winning singer, Tuface Idibia, earlier in the week, was announced as one of the coaches of the maiden edition of The Voice Nigeria. Other artistes unveiled as the coaches for the Airtel sponsored music show include Waje, Patoranking and Timi Dakolo. Meanwhile, the much talked about reality show is all set to kick off […]

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