The 2016 MTV VMAs was lit. I really enjoyed the award show last night. Before the show, Jidenna hit the red carpet (or white carpet I should say) in a blue ankara print tunic shirt and sleek black fitted pants.
Yesterday, Jidenna performed his afrobeat summer hit “Little Bit More” on Jimmy Kimmel Live wearing a Nikki Billie Jean waist coat and pants set. See photos and watch his performance below:
An anthem for all who aspire to lead, “Chief Don’t Run” details Jidenna’s roots and how they informed the man he is today. In this Alan Ferguson-directed emotion picture, the song comes to life, from young Jidenna’s trials and tribulations to the swank celebrations surrounded by his social club Fear & Fancy, and a disruptive […]
Chisom Uzosike is a young first generation Nigerian-American producer, rapper, creative director, and recent collaborator of The Black Opera hip hop collective. Born in Detroit and raised in Maryland, Chisom takes great pride in his African heritage in his fun new video for “Africa Get Money,” from his debut EP The Jordan Year.
Jidenna’s “Little Bit More” is a sexy Afrobeat anthem, a soundtrack for the chemistry of meeting someone special on a summer’s night. Directed by Justin Francis and featuring choreography by Akosua Akoto, the vibrant colors and kinetic dance moves set the stage for Chief himself to encounter a mystifying woman while on one of his many […]
Jidenna’s summer smash will have you wanting “tonight like a weekend ago.” The afrobeat banger is the latest single from Jidenna’s highly anticipated debut album Long Live the Chief, which will drop in October.
The opening of Jidenna’s 2016 BET Awards Pre-Show performance was inspired by the airport/cab scene in the movie Coming to America. Jidenna as Prince Akeem Joffer and Nana Kwabena as Semmi payed homage to the movie’s 28th anniversary.
Femme fatale tandem OSHUN lift their heads above the (not just) knee deep pool of modern r&b to introduce a sound that draws less on the melancholy, often gothic tones we associate with future soul, feeling much closer to dawning of a new Daisy Age. Comprising NYU students Niambi Sala and Thandiwe, the duo has taken to […]
Since posting a photo of her self-designed, now viral prom dress on Instagram, 18-year-old Kyemah McEntyre has been approached by Indie Arie, Naturi Naughton and other celebrities interested in her sartorial skills.
Take a Listen to the sweet sounds of the artist formally known as OWO as she performs a acoustic version if her song “Lose Yourself”. She also takes the time to answer a few questions about her favorite music artists , fashion inspirations and current topics.