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It’s not a donkey; it’s a knight

It’s not a donkey; it’s a knight

When many see Tunde Onakoya, they see a master chess player. When I see Tunde, I see an amazing storyteller. As part of coursework for my Strategic St [...]
The Dangers of the young African Leader

The Dangers of the young African Leader

In the age of social media, the promise of a young country leader might soon be eroded. It will not be a product of the young leaders that are in plac [...]
GENESIS: KO-C SIZZLES IN HIS DEBUT ALBUM (REVIEW)

GENESIS: KO-C SIZZLES IN HIS DEBUT ALBUM (REVIEW)

As far as the state of contemporary hip hop goes in Cameroon, K0-C has been a perfect embodiment of one side of the clash of philosophies that drove a [...]
AFROBEATS HAS NO SUBSTANCE: IS BURNA BOY RIGHT?

AFROBEATS HAS NO SUBSTANCE: IS BURNA BOY RIGHT?

A few days before the release of his 7th album, Burna Boy made a statement that did not sit well with many Africans. He talked about Afrobeats lacking [...]
DEATH OF MEDIOCRITY PART 6: ARTISTS TRAVEL ABROAD TO KILL THEIR CAREERS

DEATH OF MEDIOCRITY PART 6: ARTISTS TRAVEL ABROAD TO KILL THEIR CAREERS

There was a time in Cameroon when artists went abroad to enhance their careers. Many Makossa legends went to France where they had access to better pr [...]
HIP HOP IS 50 YEARS OLD TODAY

HIP HOP IS 50 YEARS OLD TODAY

On the morning of August 11th 1973, in the New York City borough of the Bronx, 18 year old Clive Campbell woke up early to prepare for a party he had [...]
REBECCA E. FOR PRESIDENT

REBECCA E. FOR PRESIDENT

Some weeks ago, a flyer announcing Cameroon’s favorite X auntie Rebecca as a presidential candidate surfaced and started making its way around social [...]
DEATH OF MEDIOCRITY PART 5: THE NET WORTH OF CAMEROONIAN ARTISTS

DEATH OF MEDIOCRITY PART 5: THE NET WORTH OF CAMEROONIAN ARTISTS

“It took me 27 years of Hard work to set aside 12 Million Dollars.” - Richard Bona When we talk of Cameroonian artists that are financially buoyant [...]
DEATH OF MEDIOCRITY PART 4: CAMEROONIANS AND ETO’O; THE GOVERNANCE PARADOX

DEATH OF MEDIOCRITY PART 4: CAMEROONIANS AND ETO’O; THE GOVERNANCE PARADOX

On the day Eto’o got elected, I was travelling from Douala to Yaounde. I remember getting into the waiting room of the bus agency and seeing a little [...]
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