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
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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.
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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
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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
Eli the Great and Cvilizedvillagrr created the most iconic representation of 2020’s #EndSARS protests. I catch up with them to learn the story behind it.
The best time to be a creative in Nigeria is now. Even though there are so many hurdles in front of creatives – from government
Damilola Kusamotu is a fine-arts photographer, actress, business owner and costumier with big dreams and an amazing work ethic. Meet her in this feature.
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During my growing up years, doctors confused me. They seemed so serious; as if they were incapable of anything remotely fun. I grew up thinking
Kelvin Nuel is a young music director with unique ideas for the Nigerian music video scene. He talks about his journey in this feature.
Slie is the man behind Meaches Photography, a Lagos-based photography outfit. He’s this week’s Talku Talku-endorsed high-flying photographer.
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Uche Nwaje is an artist in love with his roots. He chats with me about his inspirations and why he is a town-crier visual artist.
Hauwa is a social media sensation who keeps her audience laughing with her hilarious stories. She chats with me about her creative journey.
“Mizzle is an upcoming artiste whose imitations of popular artistes has endeared him to thousands of fans in Nigeria, and even earned him props with these artistes he imitated.
Another thing she does is to try and create copies for all types of brands, with different types of target audiences.”I try not to stick to one niche, to not restrict myself,” Folake says.
David sees mentors and role models in everyone who is into visual arts, whether digital or not.
“Short Tory” is a weekly podcast of short stories that we produce on Talku Talku to help you relax and prepare for a chill weekend. Today’s story is “The Cleaner”.
It is quite easy to hate the rich and privileged, especially in Nigeria, because they seem to be living their best lives, and look out of touch with the reality of the masses. But can this hate be justified?
When he is not studying to become an engineer or creating amazing graphics for Talku Talku, he is lighting up dance floors, streets and stages as Davablaze the dancer.