Editorials

Editorials

Articles centered about the Nigerian pop culture

A trend that has infected the entire globe, the ‘Selfie’ is the new-age mirror and everyone -toddlers, teenagers, the elderly, top class professionals, celebrities and world leader- is posting them everywhere!  Selfies are taken so seriously that books have been written based on the trend, apps like snapchat have been...
Zen Magazine releases the final editorial for this month and here are the exclusives. It features a joint feature of the cover star Ayoola Bakare and the MUA who made the shoot possible Princess Amayo. Both ladies talk to Zen about modelling, and Princess Amayo gives  some key Makeup...
Before I leak this open secret, let me confirm we are on the same page by defining a Naija hit song. To avoid boring everyone with a dictionary definition, I will name a few hits and assume we all understand. Examples are Skelewu, Limpopo, Aboki, Oliver Twist, Gongo Aso,...
Now more than ever, the internet is often awashed with sordid stories of domestic violence between spouses. This very demeaning act of domestic violence invariably  tantamounts to divorce of married couples as witnessed these days. And this trend is rather disheartening.  It scares the heck out of those at...
Written by Maxwell Adeyemi Adeleye In the edited words of Egalitarian Danthi Allegieri, pit of hell is the constituency of those who sees immorality and chose to go on criminal silence. Country people, a never-seen-before immorality was recently perpetrated by a custodian of power and affluence in the South Western Nigeria....
She lost her balance and fell butt first, I had suspected that my mother was kinda radical but seeing her get physical came as a shock. Mirabel tried to scramble up and was helped by one of the male nurses in a uniform. She seemed dazed and scared.
Who agree with Dr. Peregrino Brimah? Read below and share your thoughts We have come to the conclusion that the only legitimate option for the government of Nigeria in the predicament of the abducted 234 Chibok girls is to entrust the decision to negotiate with the terrorists to the parents of...
TW Magazine presents its first ever 'Music Issue' & gracing the cover is Mo’ Cheddah In her most revealing interview to date the 24 year old award winning music artiste opens up about taking a 4 year break to focus on her education, coming back to reclaim her position in...
LESSONS FROM A RAPPER’S PROGRESSION By Lanre Etti Jr God’s time is the best is a popular saying in this part of the world; some are quick to invoke this phrase when faced with life’s sometimes unbearable disappointments. But not everybody’s lifestyle depicts a firm believer in the phrase. As a...
Finally! (Nigeria’s version of Justin Bieber according to a colleague of mine) Adekunle Gold blessed us with the release of his debut album aptly titled ‘Gold’. Even though he though he tried to pull ‘Beyoncé’ on us, the album has been received well by fans and critics alike. But...
Written by Charly Boy on the current happening in South Africa. I am not feeling good today. Perhaps I got up on the wrong side of the bed. But the bad news from my telephone conversation with my granddaughter who is an undergraduate in Mauritius last week could be a...
    Leaving your comfort zone or breaking away from someone else's shadow are the most difficult things to do. As humans we are always stuck in the wheel of routines. As soon as I was done with school, I was in a hurry to establish an identity of my own,...
Only this morning 31•10•2016, the internet witnessed a sort of frenzy as Iyanya surprisingly joined forces with Don Jazzy’s Mavin Records and the Supreme Mavin Dynasty at large. Just like everyone else, I myself am flummoxed by the deal. As expected a lot of curiosity has been aroused as well...
Rapper, Beazy is one of Nigeria's hardest working artists, if not the most hard working. His 52 week spree of Beazy Music Monday will probably be in the record books for a long time. A feat that no one will match anytime soon. Today we caught up with him and...
Nigerian parents say the funniest things. Sometimes they are actually trying to be funny, and other times not so much. So we went out and gathered some of the funny things Nigerian parents say. 1. When You Mom Finds Out About Your Boyfriend 2. When You Ask A Stupid Question Like...
To Bee Honest… Apparently, I didn't have to wait long to get a story, this would have been up yesterday but a little mischievous boy threw my internet modem away. Church and pastoral experiences in Nigeria consistently leave me bewildered and befuddled. Here’s a true story: My mum ran into one...