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The Lagos Review Top 100 Afrobeats Songs of 2021
Becoming Tems – “If Orange Was a Place” review – Emma Daraloye
Ayra Starr’s “19 & Dangerous” as manual for dealing with Gen Z and Millennial angst – Otimkpu Achalla
Navigating a labyrinth of lies and scandals in Sylva Nze Ifedigbo’s ‘Believers and Hustlers’ – Olukorede S. Yishau
There was a sage called Chinua Achebe – Uzor Maxim Uzoatu
Wafi boy comes to Lagos: Annotations on RMD’s “Portrait of a Warri boy” – Toni Kan
Kunle Afolayan’s “Swallow” riffs on existential quandaries – Michael Kolawole
BBC Culture critics vote “The Wire” as “Greatest TV series of the 21st century”
Why it is Hard to Love “King of Boys: The Return of The King” – Daniel Okechukwu
Kelvin-Mary Ndukwe stuns with new play, “Omugwo”
Experience Sisi Pelebe @ Terra Kulture
When BAP Productions staged Soyinka’s historical drama “Death and the King’s Horseman” – Anote Ajeluorou
Onyeka Nwelue premieres “Other Side of History” at Oxford University
A Fork in the Road: Which way, Nigeria? – Kunle Ajibade
Nollywood and the evolution of its comedy films – Festus Obehi Destiny
To hell with Cancel Culture’s 9 percenters’-David Zucker
What is the role of European culture institutions in Africa today? – Nadine Siegert, Director Goethe Institut Lagos.
Tribute: Sound Sultan & the Rest of Us – Dami Ajayi
Barry, Wonderful!: A Post-Humous Profile of Fuji’s Great – Micheal Kolawole
Social scene made Josh Hartnett quit Hollywood
“Get Millie Black”, Booker Prizewinning author Marlon James’ landmark screenwriting debut, greenlit by Channel 4 and HBO
Rachel Zegler does stardom her way with “West Side Story”
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July 4, 2021
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Hold it! Chimamanda created the Akwaeke obscenity- Onyeka Nwelue
”The truth will set you free, but first it will piss you off.” – Gloria Steinem The Igbo/Tamil writer Akwaeke Emezi is not Ogbanje. They were...
March 12, 2020
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Dialogue to publish The Sex Lives of African Women.
Dialogue Books is publishing The Sex Lives of African Women by feminist writer and blogger Nana Darkoa Sekyiamah. Dialogue Books...
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