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The 2013 edition of Mercedez-Benz Fashion Week Malta was held from 5th to 11th May at Office of the Prime Minister, Auberge de Castille, Valletta. Mrs Joan Okorodudu, C.E.O of Isis Models and House of Jola, and her crew proudly represented Nigeria at the Fashion Week and Fashion Awards. Check out the pictures after the cut.
Here’s the video clip for “Omo No Dulling” by 2Face Idibia featuring his two signed Hypertek acts, Dammy Krane and Rocksteady. Enjoy!
Here’s the video clip for “Chairman” by M.I Abaga! Enjoy!
This time out, designer Maki Osakwe‘s starting point was a Nigerian hair styling technique called threading, an inspiration she elaborated into her traditional attire prints, including one of a girl with threaded hair, and hairlike fringe embroidery. Osakwe fused her Nigerian references with coolly elegant Western silhouettes, notably pencil-lean dresses; the standout look here was a velour sheath with inserts of sheer material that produced a seemingly magical hang. The circular necklines and seaming on other pieces echoed the effect. Elsewhere, Osakwe explored more laid-back cuts, executing boxy tees, lapel-free jackets, and pajama pants. Check out the full Fall/Winter 2013 collection after the cut.
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Mrs Joan Okorodudu is the C.E.O and Founder of Isis Models and House of Jola. She is also the C.E.O of International Business Consortium Limited (IBCL) and Founder of Nigeria’s Next Super Model. Mrs Joan Okorodudu is authorised to develop business relations and negotiations with potential clients regarding distribution and airtime of the FTV channel and licensing of various f-concepts such as f-parties,f-barsfshops,f-hotels and resorts etc in the territory of Nigeria.
I was sent a couple of singles from friends in the USA, which are remix songs from the 25 years anniversary of Michael Jackson’s “Thriller” the best-selling album of all times. Now this is 25 years of one album. Now imagine how long did Michael Jackson remain relevant as recording artist and how many hits did he bang out during reign as more or less the king of pop?
When the album “Thriller” came out some of us were toddlers whist some of us were not even born? 25 years after, Akon, Pussycat Dolls, Jay Z, Kanye West, Brick and Lace (apart from the techno/ house mixes) have come out with chart buster remixes of songs from that album.
Now in a worldwide list of famous artists within their own country and abroad, before an artist can actually call themselves or be called superstars, they must have at least spent a number of years in the music industry banging out hit after hit. Whether it becomes a worldwide hit is another thing but at least within their various countries they still remain relevant either recording or playing gigs or something for a long time e.g Chaka Khan, R. Kelly, Snoop Dogg, P.Diddy to mention a few. However, don’t get me wrong there are “flash in the pan” stars all over the world.
Now what holds sway in our motherland? Before I go there let me ask one question which hip hop, pop R&B artist etc, let me say from 25 years ago is still relevant today? Which Nigerian artist can we really proclaim to be an international star?
House of Farrah‘s new lookbook for 2013 collection is not only creative but colourful. Check it out:
Here’s the video clip for “Good Life” by J. Martins. Video directed by Sesan. Enjoy and share!
Mike Anyasodo aka iMIKE, winner of the MTN Project Fame West Africa season 2 is here with his first official single “Adaure” under his new home August Pee Entertainment. On “Adaure”, iMIKE decided to take it back to his roots! He fuses pop with high-life coupled with that sweet Bright Chimezie flavour in a way that you can’t resist jumping on your feet to dance at the touch of the play button. This will surely be every Naija DJ’s delight.