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Unveiling the matriarch- KWEYVE’S Art

There is a kind of “power” and “mystery” about the black person. through history, thinking about our brilliance, the things we have been through, boundaries we have broken and just like the way that we look, the way that we are, feel like there is so much strength in us, as much as i try to Portray “obviously” the African men, the magic- Hafsat Sani Sami. Continue reading

A Play at the University of Ibadan- Death and the King’s Horseman

“The play opens with Elesin Oba, a local village chieftan as he walks through the local market, followed by a praise-singer. The king has died recently, and, as a horseman to the king, Elesin is to commit ritual suicide so that he may accompany him to the afterlife.

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Cri de coeur collection

 Winner 04 Let the Oceans rage My Heart will still age When snow falls like crystals And my life seems like a ritual But I tell you it’s only winter I’ve always been a winner She has a grip on me so fierce Her cold breath won’t let me rest She know ...