Browsing All posts tagged under »West Africa«

”Iwa Lewa”…The Yoruba’s talk.

March 16, 2010

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“Iwa lewa”, a term from the deepest regions of West Africa, from one of the ancient ethnic groupings found in the most populous black Nation on earth

Heidi Klum Goes The African Way…..With Seal Taking The Lead.

October 7, 2009

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culled from OMG! You might be wondering why he isn’t Nigerian by Nationality,but bares Nigerian names…thought so myself too.But I’m sure there’s gotta be a link somewhere if you’d agree with me,lolz.The son of Nigerian parents, he was adopted because his parents were unable to support him financially. He was raised in Paddington, a district […]

Let The Count Down Begin…….Tick Tock!

October 6, 2009

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The clock is ticking and history is about to be made.It is the first of it’s kind anywhere around Africa.

iRePresent Naija: The Future Awards launches 2010 campaign.

October 5, 2009

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Culled from Bella In less than 5 years, The Future Awards has built a strong reputation as a credible and relevant awards event. Beyond that, ‘The Future’ has become a movement aimed at promoting youth development in all segments of Nigerian society.

Please Stand Up…..As ”NAIJA SINGS”!!!!!!!!

October 5, 2009

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It all started some weeks ago with 14 contestants who performed different songs from all genres of music you can think of including Afrobeat, Fuji, Afro Juju, Naija classic pop, Naija contemporary hits, highlife as well as international R&B, soul and Motown classics.” Hot on the heels of M-Net’s versions of Survivor, Idols and Big […]

Behind the lens with Flo of the Kentro World

October 2, 2009

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Chatting with Flo’ a couple of days back gave room for these beautifully shot pictures of him. A member of the Nigerian Hip Hop group “Kentro World” did not however hesitate to share his pictures with his numerous fans around the world and exclusively for viewers of  the Wild Black Child blog too.This young bloke […]

Yetty D: A Touch of Afro, Urban and Western Flavor

September 21, 2009

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Interview by,’Seun Johnson(The Wild Black Child).Photos by YettyD. Despite piles of work and activities to attend to, including meeting deadlines, consulting with clients, keeping abreast of current trends, looking through fashion magazines, co-ordinating stylists, choosing models, organizing fashion shows, photography, sketching new ideas, and showcasing new designs for press, buyers and clients, Yetunde Ogunnubi, who […]