Alagidi ni ọga alagbara (IDIOMS AND PROVERBS)

Alagidi ni ọga alagbara (IDIOMS AND PROVERBS)

So when Nigerian UFC champion, Israel Adesanya calls himself Mr Alagidi, just remember, Alagidi ni ọga Alagbara.
Left For Good – Waje × Patoranking (Song Of The Day)

Left For Good – Waje × Patoranking (Song Of The Day)

Left for good by Waje and Patoranking is a song about moving on after breaking up from a selfish lover. It tells the story of recovering ones' glow after healing from heartbreak.
Is Junior Really A “Junior”? – RHETORICS

Is Junior Really A “Junior”? – RHETORICS

Looking back at that whole incident now, I can't help but wonder, was Junior really "Junior"? Do you know what I mean? I know what I saw, but can I trust my childhood memories? On a second thought, how many Junior are not really "Juniors"?
Warn Yourself – Omawumi (Song Of The Day)

Warn Yourself – Omawumi (Song Of The Day)

As much as warn yourself is Omawumi talking to the guy not to take his shot at her cause he can't handle her and all of her goodies, you also need to warn yourself so you never settle for less than you deserve.
Absolute Power And Absolute Happiness (The Women I Love)

Absolute Power And Absolute Happiness (The Women I Love)

Truth is there was no fighting Happiness and her power. She was the absolute power in our case and we were all at her mercy.
Born Sinner – J. Cole × James Fauntleroy

Born Sinner – J. Cole × James Fauntleroy

For lots of people, "I'm a born sinner", "no one is born a saint", "he who is without sin should cast the first stone", "no one is perfect" has been their crutch to wallowing in imperfection, Immortality, and costly vices.
Stan Culture (Word For The Week)

Stan Culture (Word For The Week)

Stan Culture is defined as the actions, of a collective, often extreme in nature, of a strong minority within a fanbase. A Stan meanwhile is defined as an extremely or excessively enthusiastic and devoted fan.
Fem – Davido (Song Of The Day)

Fem – Davido (Song Of The Day)

When I first got informed that Davido's newest release was titled Fem, I didn't expect it to be this much of a stirring of the hornet's nest. Davido used this as an opportunity to go after the latest set of people who have got grievances, real or perceived, with him.
The Dream Is Free (IDIOMS AND PROVERBS)

The Dream Is Free (IDIOMS AND PROVERBS)

Do you have the courage to try? Are you ready to try again? What if your dream becomes less fashionable? Will you still go for it?
Suicide By Brushing – RHETORICS

Suicide By Brushing – RHETORICS

As I hear you brushing your teeth from a mile away, I can't help wondering, are you trying to kill yourself? I hear the screaming and gurgling, it sounds just like murder, do you even like yourself?
Happiness And Collateral Damage (The Women I Love)

Happiness And Collateral Damage (The Women I Love)

As things stand now, Tobi was in her good books just by being cute. Although his initials remains in her bad book. Eric's full name was in her bad book and it will take an angelic intervention to get it out. As for me, where do I stand?
If I Start To Talk – Tiwa Savage × Dr Sid (Song Of The Day)

If I Start To Talk – Tiwa Savage × Dr Sid (Song Of The Day)

As we round off 2020, I know you have a thousand and one prayer requests, but counting your blessings and thanking God for them could be the key to unlocking the next phase of your life. As you Soro Soke, remember to keep counting your blessings.
Lekki Massacre 2020 (Word For The Week)

Lekki Massacre 2020 (Word For The Week)

The Lekki Massacre of October 20, 2020, was the federal government of Nigeria and Lagos State government's response to the #EndSARS protest and Sọrọ sókè movement that had been ongoing in the state for about two weeks prior.
GT Da Guitarman – Dreamer (Song Of The Day)

GT Da Guitarman – Dreamer (Song Of The Day)

The land is green with opportunities; the dreamers are ready; can the government, if they won't aid them kindly get out of their way? As a big dreamer, I hope my dreams come true. I hope yours also come true.
Sọrọ Sókè (Word For The Week)

Sọrọ Sókè (Word For The Week)

Sọrọ sókè is a Yoruba phrase that serves as a prompting to speak louder, speak up, or speak more assertively. This phrase has been co-opted both online and offline as a response by Nigerian youths engaged in the #EndSARS protest.
Mr President – African China (Song Of The Day)

Mr President – African China (Song Of The Day)

When in 2006, African China released the song Mr President, the perspective then was that Nigeria was so bad, it would take a "miracle" to get any worse.
Prepare The Child For The Road (IDIOMS AND PROVERBS)

Prepare The Child For The Road (IDIOMS AND PROVERBS)

As much as we wish we can, we actually cannot prepare the road for the child. This doesn't mean we should abandon each child on their journey through life.
What Does The Nose Knows? – RHETORICS

What Does The Nose Knows? – RHETORICS

The power of the nose cannot be over quantified, but have you heard a Yoruba person say "Imu nika, koje ka gbo orun asebi"?
Seven Years – Lukas Graham (Song Of The Day)

Seven Years – Lukas Graham (Song Of The Day)

Seven years by the band Lukas Graham is a song filled with life lessons. It is a song that gives me an understanding of another man and his cultural view on life.
This Happiness Never Change (The Women I Love)

This Happiness Never Change (The Women I Love)

Happiness left me and Henry standing and went to take a seat. She brought out a book and started reading. I felt bad for Henry. He just got "dragged" on my behalf.
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