Author: African Celebs

Kwaw Kese’s New Video for ‘1MAD’ Out Now…

 Multiple-award winning artist, Kwaw Kese fires up yet another one, sharing visuals of his most recent single ‘1MAD’ featuring Ball J. Directed by Creative House, ‘1MAD’ is accompanied by a striking set of visuals in the directive vein of Isaac Obuobi, who takes fans for a spin in the streets of Bronx/Brooklyn, New York. The 3-minute video portrays Kwaw Kese’s routine through the cityscape, relaying cameos of the city’s hustle and bustle as he links his squad, in time for Ball J’s time with the camera.  There’s a nice interplay between saturated and desaturated colors, delivering an experience that’s...

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Eckow Hunter shares glossy new EP ‘’Love From the Other Side’’

The Mastermind Music signee may have been on the sidelines for 2020, but after sharing content with a cover this wavy, fans just can’t wait to savor the five new tracks and collaborations on offer. ‘’Love From the Other Side’’ is available on all digital streaming platforms globally ‘’Love From the Other Side’’ as Eckow Hunter calls it is an incredibly smooth 15-minute record adorned with the crooner’s tuneful blend of Afrobeat and Dancehall. It showcases his vulnerable side, drawing listeners into an emotional whirlpool made absolute in features from Nigeria’s WES7AR 22, Afrobeat star, Kelvyn Boy and the...

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Hello May 2021 – Happy New Month

According to the Ancient Roman calendar, names given to the various months are attributed to the significance of various divine entities. Today, marks the beginning of the month May which is the fifth in the Morden calendar accepted in almost all the parts of the world. As long as the names of the months are reflected on heavenly creatures, they all have or carry intriguing traits that influences the lives of people especially those that are born in the months.     Here are some interesting the month of may possess. The name May, was derived from the Latin...

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Palearsi Couture providing safety and fashion amidst pandemic

Mwansa M. Changwe has shown up in 2020 as a true Renaissance Woman. She is an African Dancer, Fashion Entrepreneur, Business Woman and proud graduate from the University of the District of Columbia in the United States (US) — and she has also found ways to make people look and while staying fashionable despite the novel coronavirus.   According to TheAfricanDream.net contributor Tony Denis who talked to Ms. Changwe after noticing the circumstances around Covid-19, he observed that Mwansa saw the pandemic as an opportunity to apply her talents and skills to positively address some of the health issues at stake....

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Gyakie gets a billboard at the New York Times Square

Spotify recently unveiled its EQUAL hub in celebration of International Women’s Day. On the heels of this launch, the leader in all things audio will now extend its global commitment to fostering equity for women in music with its new EQUAL Music Program debuting today.   The global initiative is uniquely designed to foster gender equity in music by adapting and extending the cumulative blueprint of Spotify’s successful programs into a cohesive experience – supporting female creators under one brand. Only 1 in 5 artists in the charts are women, a stark contrast to how integral women’s influence is...

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