Author: Dami Ajayi

On Somi’s Petite Afrique

The last time we heard from Somi, she had released an entire LP album...

Tuesday Poem by O-Jeremiah Agbaakin

fusion (for Akinsanya Damilola) does not start    with a boy     holding his phantoms     in...

Niniola is unapologetically a House Musician even if she ever so lightly crosses the Rubicon into what is popular. Innovative is her ability to couch her lyrics in mellifluous Yoruba and to code-switch as often as her material demands.

This Is Me: Niniola Excites with Her Afro-House Music

It has been four years since Niniola graced the reality show Project Fame and...

Simisola, The Chanteuse from Ondo Town

There is the coming-of-age album and there is the coming-to-stay album. Usually, there is...

Tuesday Poem by Joel Benjamin Ntwatwa

They Will Carry Me One day They’ll take me away, Away, On a rainy...

Tuesday Poem by Tonney Ibe

RELEASE Maybe our scars are different, But we have both bled: The inmost dwelling...

Tuesday Poem by Dami Ajayi

Tonight, you found my ire where I carefully hid it; You forced the hands...

Tuesday Poem by Chibuihe Obi

after two swigs of absinthe, i yield myself to the philosophy of grief and...

Tuesday Poem Special by Emmanuel Iduma

I have tried to be a magician crossing seven seas and oceans, having reputed...

Tuesday Poem by Umar Abubakar Sidi

Things Poets Do Bad poets do not see poetry as light or the illuminated...