Angélique Kidjo and Yemi Alade have joined forces for the video to the song “Dignity”.
It is a tribute to the protesters of 2020’s #EndSARS protest.
This comes a year after the duo worked on the acclaimed hit “Shekere.”
The “Dignity” music video is cinematic storytelling fitting for the message behind the Vtek produced song and shows a bleak view of migrants working at a port who face being unfairly laid off.
The spirited video reveals that dance and song are the organic liberating forces.
Furthermore, it calls for the dignified treatment of Black people.
Yemi brings a dynamic twist to the song with her passionate energy driven by the first-hand perspective as an activist who was directly involved in the #EndSARS movement.
Watch the video below:
Billionaire son and former Big Brother Naija Housemate has taken to social media to advise men relationship issues.
In a post shared on his Instagram story, the reality TV star said men should consider talking to girls on the same level as them when going into any relationship.
Kiddwaya wrote: Talk to girls that are on the same level as you. Reacting to the post, many social media users said Kiddwaya is indirectly shading Erica.
folley_yrn: Erica punching the air RN 😹
lesterblack29647: I know say na Erica get diz sub 😂😂😂
the_real_ray_chelle_: Erica don suffer😢😢
blog12354: my darling Erica is more relevant than him and he his not even on...
Nollywood actress, Kehinde Bankole is celebrating her 36th birthday today and she has decided to launch her own personal 'JEAN LINE'.
According to the former beauty queen who is a twin, her birthday gift to her self today is launch her 'JEAN LINE'. Speaking further, the TV host said she would be revealing her collections on the 15th of May.
Sharing a photo with her twin sister, Kehinde wrote;
"I’m gifting myself my jeans line today, Revealing the collection MAY 15. It’s been a journey. I’ll wow you. Happy birthday to us... @_taiwobankole @_kehindebankole"
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US President, Joe Biden, has extended an invitation to President Muhammadu Buhari, to attend a virtual climate change summit scheduled to hold in April.
Buhari was invited alongside 39 other world leaders.
The White House in a press release, said the ‘Leaders summit on climate’ will underscore the urgency and economic benefits of stronger climate action.
“Today, President Biden invited 40 world leaders to the Leaders Summit on Climate he will host on April 22 and 23. The virtual Leaders Summit will be live-streamed for public viewing.
“The Summit will reconvene the U.S.-led Major Economies Forum on Energy and Climate, which brings together 17 countries responsible for approximately 80 percent of global emissions and global GDP.