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Five Badass African Poetess You Should Know.

Victoria Olajide is a Nigerian Poet and Visual storyteller. Her works range from soul poetry, Afrocentrism and ekphrastic poetry. In 2017,
she released Cri De Coeur —COLLECTION, a poetry collection created to travel down passion to release a poetic outcry. Her art explores soul poetry, cultural storytelling and womanhood.

21 the album is about struggle, struggling silence, struggling fears, adulthood, anxiety, love, identity, everything that I identify with as human.
These struggles are what I envisioned will be tied with adulthood.

Apart from our black skin and rebellious hair, Africans are innate storytellers. A large percentage of our artistic and creative works are either, subtly, heavily, or clearly laden with the art of storytelling. 

On today’s episode, I sit down with Victoria Olajide, a literary gourmet, professional writer and editor. We talk about the possibility of consistency being a myth, what to do when you are tired and habits you can stack up. Victoria shared her experience building her tribe ( and the relationship between consistency and productivity.

10 July, 2020

The interview took place in Yusuff’s studio, a mash-up of creative energy and genius. Spending hours there daily would make anyone work something up beautiful. The studio is located in Yaba, Lagos State, Nigeria. 

11 September, 2020

Telling a client to buy your product is easy…convincing a client to buy your product is what makes you a business. 

She is a writer and an entrepreneur. 

Meet TheVictoriaO as we discuss this aspect of bossing up.

13 October, 2020

Beyond the shores of grief and a strange call for freedom. We have been made to believe that we arose from a certain level of bondage into free hands upon the struggle and realization of an independent nation.

That we as a nation, now possess a thinking box, to drive the wheels of our nation in the right direction and build our own system, strengthen our communities, live as children (bold & free) once again.

10 November, 2020

A story that highlights the evolution of the human mind, from being a deity to the reduction of humaness — from Victoria Olajide

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