Legendary Shot It is a photography brand founded by Ojovbo Jonathan Oghenetega, a 22-year-old creative. We have him on The Big Showcase because of his
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Great Nkor is a Christian creative and a burn survivor involved in design, art, drums and fitness. Marked differently from a young age due to
Mishe is an 18-year-old female who expresses her creativity with her brand, Mishe Shots and her growing community of mobigraphers, Mobigraphy Africa. Tunmishe Awobajo is
Maris Effect uses makeup to create unique looks and characters on her models’ faces. With an interest in makeup from a young age, she set out to be one of the best SFX artists
The 29-year-old English and Literature graduate from Uganda has always had a passion for modelling. And while her conditions weren’t too favourable, she made the best out of it.
Begging Question: When will women have equal access to opportunities without sexual requests in return?
After Chizom, the founder of Code Hub Africa Tech was given the sum of 1.5 million Naira bypopular Nigerian record producer and musician, Don-jazzy, to
Begging Question: Will Nigeria ever give room for non-heterosexual orientation to freely be expressed?
Who could have thought the effects of making non-heterosexual relationships in Nigeria illegal would stretch to the shores of cinematic settings?
On another energetic episode of Talku Talku Street, follow Jojo Falani as he hits the streets to find out who are the biggest inspirations to the everyday Nigerians in the creative industry.
From Burna boy to Davido, a lot of names are dropped and for good reason.
Watch now and drop a comment on who inspires you creatively too.
In this episode of Talku Talku Street, we follow the charismatic and ever-ready Jojo Falani as he hits the concrete pavements of Port Harcourt to discover what it means to “blow”. In essence, what success translates into for the average Nigerian.
Intimacy is one of the essential things that maintain a strong and healthy romantic relationship. With it, couples tend to find it exciting and exhilarating to embark
The Nigerian creative industry is often lauded for the amazing amount of creatives it churns out every year as well as its huge revenue potentials. But content piracy and no strong enactment of copyright law continue to plague the industry while stifling the growth of upcoming creatives. In this episode of Talku Talku Street, we sample opinions on the matter, from the street.
In the past decade, African sounds and artistes have continued to see a steady rise in global appeal – whether in streams, air-plays, international endorsements
“No matter where we live, we are all fighting to survive at this moment and this segues into our commonalities as human beings and our basic needs”, she explained
Charles’s biggest challenge is getting sponsors that will help him grow. Though he is currently working towards it and with time it will pay off.
Hanamel Onyxstone Kingston, is a writer, chef, and recipe seller. He is a Jamaican Nigerian and a graduate of English Studies at the University of
Imagine doing the things you love, infusing your career path and your passion so they become peas in a pod. Star Doc has successfully done
It all started with a viral music video – a cover of the track, Beautiful by Mali Music. The Port Harcourt based artist, August Chuks,
They say a picture tells a thousand words, which means photographers like Iyzpirations are tellers of billions of words as, with their clicks, pictures are
What connects a physics graduate with shoemaking? On another day, that could certainly be a good riddle. Kufre Jonah, a graduate of physics from the
Hutton Kilete, pseudonym, weirdnormal, a Port Harcourt-based painter, considers himself a mind-blowing artist. He believes that art is complex and if one could do any form of art
Obinna Ochem is a genius fiction and satire writer who writes his heart out on topics he feels drawn to. Controversial and timely, Obinna is inserting himself into conversations that matter.
Multi-faceted creatives are the rave and there’ s no better representation of that group than today’s feature, Chima Okechukwu. His story is told in this feature.
Uche Chiekwe realised that the coronavirus pandemic was going to stay with us for quite a while in May 2020, in the thick of the