Wednesday, 28 December 2011

Aurora features Roieezy

 According to H1 entertainment's recent poll, he is the second most loved Nigerian/Ukrainian artist. My amazing and highly appreciated readers, please allow me introduce to you, Roieezy!!!

Where are you from and what’s your real name?

My names are Roy Agwaunima Agiang, and I’m from Cross River, Nigeria.

How did you come up with the name Roieezy, care to tell us what it means?

I have a friend named Law, I call him Laweezy and he calls me Royeezy and that was just it. I guess it means we work towards the best in life but do it with “eez”.

How would you describe your music or form of entertainment for the public audience if they have never seen you before?

In a few words, well… My music is that kind of music that you can’t just help but love!!! #TEAMGOODMUSIC

Thinking way back to early childhood, what was your first experience with music like? What song do you remember most as a child?

Bad by Michael Jackson is still the number one jam till date. M.J, Lucky Dube, Koffi Olumide and Ron Kenolly made my childhood music life superb. We had a family choir also, where my mum, elder sister and I used to sing while my dad danced.

That memory is a really priceless one, I love it. We are all Aware of how the music industry has exploded in Nigeria, and how music has matured or has changed over the past few years. How does the music you listen to now, differ from way back then?

It has differed positively and negatively in the sense that the creativity and insight on Nigerian music these days is overwhelming, however, the lyrical artists with a lot of meaningful songs are hardly noticed due to the fact that people only dance to beats that suit their mood and not necessarily to what is being said, which is missing the very point of music to begin with.

What was the first song you ever sang, and how did it make you feel?

Uhmm, 1ST I ever sang? Scratching my head. Well, I don’t really remember, I’d have to ask my mum cos I guess I was pretty little at the time but I’m sure it felt good..

When and where was the first time you performed live? Did it go well?

My 1st performance was in high school and though my girlfriend back then said, in her own words, “Hun you were great!” I knew it wasn’t really all that and I could do a lot better with time, obviously.

This music, is it something you’re taking seriously, or is it just an on-the-side thing?

Well, first of all I’m a medical student in my fourth year. Music comes after that, so yeah maybe I’m taking it a bit serious.

IF you had to describe your music in three or four words, what would you call it?


How do you come up with the lyrics of your songs, I especially like Jaiye and Omoge wa?

Depends on inspiration and the situation of the moment and timing. Jaiye was inspired by Funke Ogukoya (funkie Fwesh) and Omoge Wa by Busola Ayelowo.

Who does your beats?

I, together with a friend, Jake, Feejay Dave, El’ Don, Stas and a couple of others.

Do you have any fan comments of how your song has affected or changed them?

I get a lot of heart-warming comments and encouragements yeah! Changed them? Er not exactly, but Inspired them, definitely.

Do you have a fan club, a Face book page, twitter handle or any other means where your fans can reach you?


When you’re not singing or in the studio, what activities do you engage in to pass time?

Playing basketball, my guitar or chatting with girls.

Someone once said "Write what you would love to perform over and over" with that in mind which of your songs do you love to perform the most.

I’ll say Omoge Wa, because of the ending… Lol “My legs are shaking, one more bottle ka’wo e so ke so’di…”

Tell me about your most embarrassing moment if you care to share?

Well, well, well I farted once in front of a girl I was trying to ask out and her friends. It didn’t stop me though.

If you could perform with anyone in the world either dead alive or retired who would it be and why?

Vector Ysg... He’s ON POINT.

Have you collaborated with any other artists? If so who are they?

So far a couple, Feejay Dave, Bradbury Brothers, Jake, Caesar, Diddy Nova, TC Peruzzi, Noks, Buju Bright, SholaBrizzy, BuzzyGirl, Preachaz Son, Dr Shillz, St. Dizzy and More to come Insha Allah.

What advice would you like to give other upcoming artists?

Putting a smile on the faces of listeners should be your priority and if you work towards proving people wrong about being the loser they think you are, it’s probably because you’re also thinking the same thing about yourself.

Can you give a shout out to Aurora Dandridge, your fans and friends out there in form of a rhyme or lyrics like a song?


Thank you Royeezy for your time, I look forward to more of your music in the New Year. Remember people, in the words of Roieezy, don’t waste unnecessary time proving to people that you’re not a loser, just do your thing to the best of your ability, and let whatever you believe in do the rest.


Saturday, 17 December 2011

Nikonian moments of Kingsbridge entertainment.

On the twelfth Of November 2011, KingsBridge Entertainment had their debut party. I will not go into the details since I have featured them in the previous post, you can click HERE to read it once again. Here are some of the pictures that were taken. To get the full album, click HERE

To the guy in the middle, perfect, I love the outfit, the attention to detail was great, you know with the matching blue tie and the jean, however couldn’t you have found something else to do with that hand, it made you look disabled. To the guy on the left, maybe if you had spent more time on yourself, instead of pointing at the guy you would have noticed the not-so attractive purse hanging down from your belt. As for the other guy, I’ll get back to you later.

Where do I start from? Is it the shirt, which is off, or the bow tie? Even if the shirt was cool, the shoes not so much. Red or is it dark pink, and navy blue striped Toms, with striped purple and white shirt, I’m sure if I look further I will see turquoise, magenta, maroon and indigo I don’t just understand, but in the spirit of Christmas, let me just say he can take a really good pose, he only messed up in one picture and it's the photographer’s fault.

Nothing spectacular, not bad either.

Does this guy know whenever the camera is about to take him, second time in a row he's looking quite alright. Love the simple black on black, I think I'd just let the dark shades in a dark hall slide just this once. It's Christmas.

If what they say about pictures saying a thousand words is true, then this is the conversation that went down during this shoot.

Girl in pink (after being dragged to take the picture): These girls will not let Aurora Dandridge embarrass me, let me comport myself and shift.
Girl in leopard print and girl with pink bag: Aurora ko, Ororo ni, ogbeni camera us jare!!
Girl with the red bag: What is dat actress name, Marilyn something, how did she do that pose again, is it like this, abi did she bend? Okay let me bend, anyhow I'm still the sexiest in this picture.

That pink bag reminds me of what I used to hold when going to church, and that was about seven or eight years ago, when I was a practising christian. All their shoes were great, but I liked the blue and black one better.

LMAO, sexy vixen indeed, looking like Alicia Keys on a very very bad hair day, or wait not Alicia Keys, it's too much, Shan George, yeah that's much better, as for the guy sorry oh, but you're no Swiss beats.

Okay now, another picture that speaks a thousand words.

Guy on the left: I am sexy and I know it, take the picture whenever you're ready.
Other guy: What will I do with this my right hand, let me see... Wait, don't take the picture yet, let me position my se.... shit they don take am already.

Pretty girls but too skinny, Janice Dickinson would pick them in a heart beat. The girl in black has a nice shape though, reminds me of one of those Ghanaian actresses. 
NB: Only in this particular picture, that's all.

Okay this chick is beginning to irk me. She's just everywhere, taking up space. On another level, I wonder what evil thoughts were going through Noks' head as they took this picture. I'm not saying nothing, but here's a piece of advice from Marlon Wayans, ADVICE.

Is everybody here thinking the same thing I'm thinking. HERE'S WHAT I'M THINKING.  The outfits were cray. They looked like a pair of sexy high class thieves. The girl on the right went all out, with the boots that are reminiscent of Beyonce’s timb's when she was in the phone booth with JayZ in Bonnie and Clyde. In fact I dub these two Bonnie and Claudia. The girl on the left followed my simple philosophy, simple is usually good.

And there she is again, SMH. I love the matured look the guy went for.

I'm suspecting these guys seriously. Matured well looking men. Simple and short is what I will call this picture. I salute.

I don't know why this picture is still on face book. I am taking offence, because if the camera quality was good enough, I could see this picture being one of the best, but now the quality of the camera makes him look like Dracula after a millennium of blood-fasting. He went all out to the last dot, nice and bizarre hair cut too, and the badges were just the icing on the cake.

And again....

I like what the guy in white wore. Not the one at the extreme right, NO! The one in the middle.

I just finished commending you a few pictures up for your nice picture poses, now what is this now? To the guy on the right, you really look cool, and the peace sign wasn't that bad either. Nice shoes too.

One more time...

Nice outfit, for the guy on the right, however I needed to see more attitude, more fierceness, and I would have preferred if you put your hands in your pocket, instead of behind. I know I said simple is good, but I think the guy on the left dressed a little too simply. He still looked good though.

Short of words.

We know you're fine, and your smooth, and yes the jacket is nice, and it goes with the shirt, don't rub it in our faces, this picture was better served as a profile picture though, not party material.

Need I say more on the guy in the middle? The shoe on the guy on the left made him look like a cartoon character or something from Toy Story

Hmm, gossip time: Are they going out?

Sexy touts.

In the rephrased words of Tiwa: It ain't enough that your good looking  so listen. I am sorry, but I could not just let this slide, as per the slogan, with the imaginary pimp cup in your hand, this is so not what perfection looks like. You see the guy in blue, or is it pink or rather purple, okay the guy in striped shirt, nice pose. The next guy nailed the pose, really SUAVE, the next guy was cool too.

I give up!!! She's pretty though!!!!

A lot of guys can learn from the guy in orange, the orange shirt complimented his complexion, and to the guy on the other side, again good pose, but that hand sign, was rude.

Another picture that spoke to me.

The girl in red bag: What's going on between these two, Smile!
The girl in shorts: Dude behave oh, where is your hand going to?
Dude: Shit, I moved too fast.

 He is really a cool kid. Matching shirt and trouser and even hair. Nice one!

Same comment. Nice and simple shirt with matching shoes and accessories.

Nice, tiny eyes. Love the pose,and the way the phone complimented the pose. Plus the beautiful background.

The CEO himself at work, thumbs up to this picture and thumbs up to Tobi Okpanuga and Raymond Alelumhe for posting it.

The tall dude on the left and the girl look good together.

From the pictures it is obvious that they really had fun at the party, and that they were really cool judging from the number I uploaded. The organizers could up their game a little bit and get better photographers with quality cameras or select only the best of the best.

Having said all that, I wish you all a Happy Christmas, and to all the party organizers, keep doing what you're doing, it only gets better.

Thursday, 8 December 2011

Aurora features Kingsbridge entertainment

You had your debut party on what date? Kindly tell us in a few words what the experience was like, and what those that could not attend missed.

We had our Debut Party on the 12th of November 2011. It was amazing as our expectations were beaten by the turn out and the presence of some big names in Ukraine, yeah it was a great party, the party and its publicity got the attention of a lot of people. The planning and organization were precise as we knew what we were going for (the best). It definitely wasn't easy putting something like that together in Kharkov. And to the people who didn't make it to the party, I feel deeply sorry, because I'm sure they've realized what they missed.

Kindly introduce yourselves to your fans, and to all those who are yet to know you.

We are KINGSBRIDGE ENTERTAINMENT, and our names are Aminu Lateef CEO, Ajibowo Afolabi, Raymond Alelumhe, Shola Julius, Odunlami Balogun, Yusuf Ahmed and Opanuga Tobi. We are based in Kharkov but not just for Kharkov.

How did it all start?

It all started in 2010. We met ourselves and realized we were people of like minds with a love of entertainment, so KINGSBRIDGE ENTERTAINMENT was born.

How did you come up with the name Kingsbridge?

We came up, with Kingsbridge because it has a royal and gallant sound to it. More so we are Serving Kings and Queens in Ukraine and outside. 

Really cool, it's good to know that you see your fans as kings and queens. Who's in charge of the planning, I mean do you guys all have specific duties when it comes to the planning of the party. Who's in charge of logo design, fliers, and stuff.

We all have our Specific Duties in Organizing the Party. The CEO supervises Everything, Afolabi Ajibowo relates with the Artists, the DJ and their welfare, Odunlami Balogun does the Production works, Tobi and Raymond are in charge of the Posters and Flyers, Shola Julius (Hymi) is the first artist Under the Record Label. For the role of public relations and promotion, we all do that.

I can see a lot of organization goes into the handling of Kingsbridge affairs, impressive. How do you promote your parties?

We promote Our Parties through, Social Networks, like Face book, Twitter, black Berry messenger and individual advertisements.

IF you could redo your debut night party, what things would you change and what new things would you add.

Smile!!!! We won't have changed anything, really. The only downside was that a lot of people that would have made it had exams that day.

Was there any misbehaviour at the party, if so how was it handled?

There was a little mishap with the security and one of the party attendees at the end of the Party, but we thank God, no one was hurt.

Who's in charge of the photography, and who selects the pictures that get posted on your profile?

Kingsbridge Visions, and Magnifiko Design were in charge of the Photography, Tobi Opanuga and Raymond Alelumhe were in charge of selecting the pictures that were published.

When you guys decided the club to use for the party, what factors did you consider?

We considered the general outlook of the club, its accessibility, security, affordability, and quality service among many other things.

Do you guys have a face-book page, a group, or twitter handle where your fans can interact with you.

Yeah, on Face book, Kingsbridge Entertainment.

As a party planner, what do you consider to be the ultimate satisfaction from your parties, and was it achieved on your debut night?

Yeah, we think the main purposes of parties are to have fun and to cool off. And in our opinion we achieved just that.

Were you guys under pressure as the date of your party approached, did you have second thoughts, and how did you guys overcome the doubts.

I think it's just normal for us to be under pressure. Even though all arrangements were already made, there was always a possibility that something could go wrong. So we were a bit nervous, and for good reason, but as you can see and as have heard, we came through.

Seeing as there are so many Nigerian entertainment groups in Ukraine, what new things do you guys hope to bring that will set you apart from the others.

We are planning to introduce some Hollywood Touches to Our Events.
Hollywood Touches?

Yeah, Hollywood touches as in concepts that are Hollywood worthy.

Any shout outs, advice and stuff you would like to share?
 Our Shout out Goes to all Our Fans, all the people that made it to the party, all the ones that wanted to come but could not make it and most importantly to the Entertainment Groups that supported us, we appreciate you all.

Watch out for Our Upcoming Event in April or May 2012 ... Looking forward to bringing everyone together in a City in Ukraine.
Thank you

Friday, 25 November 2011

Aurora features Bourgeois dollz

Kindly introduce yourselves to your fans, and to all those who are yet to know you.

We are the Bourgeois dollz. We used to be seven but now we are six. (soko-wan-chi, Kemi olaosun, Roxy Babs, Busola Ayewolo, DJ Beeba (first female DJ) and Gladys Fajimolu.

Can you clarify for us once and for all the pronunciation of Bourgeois dollz because I've heard a lot of bizarre pronunciations like bugoyz, buggy, bujhee, and efforts to correct them with my new Webster has proven futile.

Bor- je-our ( you can use an audio dictionary to get the pronunciation) 

LMAO, I wonder why I didn't think of that, anyways, how did it all start?

Well, it was Roxy Babs and Busola that came up with the idea of starting an all girls entertainment group.

I love the name and the uniqueness about it, and I think anyone that doesn't know what it means would be intrigued enough to want to find out. How did you come up with the name?

Bourgeois has a lot to do with wealth. So basically, bourgeois dollz is a group of classy and refined girls coming together to do something epic. Actually DJ Beeba came up with the name.

How has the reception been? Has there been any setbacks, you know being an all female entertainment group and stuff?

It's been good and people are really welcoming but you know there are always people that will just want to drag you down and make you stark raving mad but we have pulled through. We've had a couple of minor set backs here and there but nothing we can't handle.

I really get you, I label those kind of people that drag other people down as nay sayers, but I tend to look at them as a sign that I am really doing something good. I think it's inspiring to other girls, an all female entertainment group. Can you tell us what's the motivation behind it?

n Ukraine all the entertainment group consist of only males and we are out to show that girls can do equally as good as they could, plus we do it in freaking high heels.

I am aware that you guys are based in Simferopol which is also home to the members of Ginjah entertainment, how has the experience been, do you sometimes feel pressured by their presence or is it the other way around?

It's been good, they are really supportive and they've got our backs, we don't feel pressured by them and neither do they. We have our different styles of planning events but class is our common ground.

CLASS IS OUR COMMON GROUND!!! Sorry I just had to capitalize on that, I love that statement. Who's in charge of the planning, I mean do you guys all have specific duties when it comes to the planning of the party. Like who's in charge of logo design, fliers, and stuff.

We all have our specific roles to play. Kemi and Debbie for instance are in charge of accounts and venue, Busola, Folarin and Gladys are in charge of tickets, publicity and networking, DJ Beeba as her name implies does all the music and sound work.

How do you promote your parties?

Mainly through face book and twitter and we have certain people we can call on to help with the publicity.

How many parties have you organized till date, and what are we to expect from you girls in the future?

We have just had one major party so we can't say for now but we would be having a party soon so watch out for our posters on face book and twitter.

I definitely will, and would most definitely attend. How do you react to negative remarks about your parties if there has ever been any?

for negative remarks we take it as the individual's opinion which they are entitled to, so when we hear them we just brush it off and move forward.

Considering the fact that you have another entertainment group in the same state, how do you guys pick the date for your parties?

We know Ginjah mainly have their parties in September so we don't fix any parties for that month, then for other months we ask around to see what parties are going on, where and when then we choose the best month for us. There are so many things we consider it's actually a bit stressful.

Do you guys have a face-book page, a group, or twitter handle where your fans can interact with you.

Yes we have a face book page but you can contact us individually on face book or twitter.

As a party planner, what do you consider to be the ultimate satisfaction from your parties.

The pleasure you get when people are having fun. No matter how little they may be, just to see them having fun is priceless.

What advice do you have for other females who want to start something as epic as what you guys are doing, but lack the courage to do so?

Just be spontaneous and do it but make sure your goal is to have fun and trust us you would have fun.

Any shout outs, should we be on the look out for a party any time soon. And finally any last words?

Shout out to Jay Jay Odimega he helped pull us together, shout out to simferopol in general, Ginjah entertainment, DJ Cole you are awesome, TC Peruzzi, Jide Rufftunes, Hymi, Roy, Emeka Hypnotic and everyone that came to Debut Weekend hope to see you at our next event.

To follow them on face-book, click HERE.

I am really happy to have had you guys on this blog, see you at your next party, I will definitely be there.
To check out Aurora features SokoWan Chi click HERE

Sunday, 30 October 2011

Aurora features Hypnotic Entertainment

I can literally see cobwebs on this blog, and it's only been two weeks or so since I last did a post. Anyways, that's in the past. The group I'm about to introduce, is another unique entertainment group, I mean things can't get more unique than a one-grieven party can it? They are the organizers of the recent Hype awards where almost everybody in the Ukrainian/Nigerian entertainment sector was recognized.

This is probably the craziest, funniest and most unorthodox interview I've done in a while, and I really enjoyed it, in fact I would prefer it if all my interviews were conducted this way..... Readers, ladies and gentlemen, I am so excited to present to you Hypnotic entertainment.

Kindly introduce yourselves to your fans, and to all those who are yet to know you.

We are Hypnotic entertainment, and our names are, Emeka Nwune, Uche Onuoha a.k.a Bob acres, Precious Ikpeha a.k.a da Prechi, Kolapo Durojaye Soyinka a.k.a DJ COle, , Ebube Bennibor, .

How did it all start?

Kolapo: Emeka wanted to do a party right? It was around the November/December period and Lugansk was kind of boring.
Emeka: Yeah, we just wanted to like liven up the place you know for everyone to have fun, just a regular party, we didn't know it was going to turn out like this. That's basically how it started.
Kolapo: Uh huh, Emeka had the concept, he needed more people so he called me, and I brought in Precious and Uche and we formed Hypnotic entertainment

How did you come up with the name, was it always hypnotic entz, or did it evolve from something else?

Emeka: I think it was at the cinema in Lugansk. We were having a meeting and we were brainstorming ideas for names. We came up with a lot of crazy and hilarious names, you have no idea.
Precious: At one point, we even considered calling it PRECIOUS-UCHE-EMEKA-KOLAPO-EBUBE entertainment, lol, till finally we came with Hypnotic entertainment, and I thought it was just perfect for what we wanted to do.

Phew! I'm so happy you guys didn't stick with the other option with your names. I like the name Hypnotic, even though it contradicts everything you guys stand for: entertainment, fun, grooving, I think it's very catchy and kind of has a seductive feel to the pronunciation. You should get someone with an exotic accent to pronounce it and you'll see what I'm talking about. How many parties have you organized till date?

Emeka: We've organized three parties till date. The first was our debut party on December 24th last year. The second was the Hype awards on the fifth of March this year, and the last one was the one grv party on the 24th of June.

Who's in charge of the planning, I mean do you guys all have specific duties when it comes to the planning of the party. Like who's in charge of logo design, flyers, and stuff.

Emeka: I used to design flyers and stuff but Kolapo took over because I felt he was better because he has more concepts and ideas. Basically though, everyone chips in ideas and opinions. No one is assigned to a specific duty. Like for the Hype awards, we all went to where the award plaques were being produced.
Kolapo: Yeah, all of us have our strongest points. Uche is the go-to guy, and he knows other go-to guys, Precious... well um, we have no idea what Precious does, lol, Ebube is the rich kid, and Emeka is the ambassador and I'm the DJ extraordinaire.

How do you promote your parties?

Emeka: We promote our parties through face book, twitter and with fliers.
Kolapo: We kind of have, should I say representatives in different states like Harkov, Ternopil etcetera. So what we do is to send them our flyers and posters and they, together with our supporters help to promote it.
Emeka: It's kind of like a two-way thing though, as they help us in promoting our party in their states, we in turn help them promote theirs when the time comes.

Okay, I think you can add Aurora Dandridge to the list of your promoters. What has been your worst experience to date planning parties?

Emeka: The worst experience, hmm.... I think it was at the hype awards.
Kolapo: The beautiful thing about it though is that the love and support we got from people made the experience worth it.
Precious: I mean organizing that thing was extremely expensive, the weather was mad and our sponsors, well.... were non-existent.

How do you react to misbehaviors at your parties if there has ever been any?
Emeka: Truthfully we've never really hard extreme cases of misbehavior in our parties, and we certainly don't hope to have any...

So last year or this year, was it? You organized an award party. I think it was unique and different, however, why an award party? 
Uche: I think we just wanted to do something different, and honor and recognize those worthy of recognition.

How did you choose the nominees, and were there any disputes when the winners were chosen.

Precious: It was kind of like a people's choice awards. People voted for the nominees and eventually the winners.
Kolapo: Some of the award winners, people found controversial like the party rider category.
Precious: Yeah and some made people raise their eyebrows and be like “WTF”. But truthfully it was a free and fair thing, no foul play.

What factors go into place when deciding a club to use for your parties?
Kolapo: Money!!!
Uche: Accessibility, season, sound system available or basically what Kolapo finds suitable and compatible with his DJ equipment. Yeah that's basically all of it.

Do you guys have a face-book page, a group, or twitter handle where your fans can interact with you?

Ebube: We have a face book page; hypnotic ent. And we also have a twitter handle: @hypnoticents.

As a party planner, what do you consider to be the ultimate satisfaction from your parties?

Uche: When people get maximum satisfaction after attending our parties first and foremost. Like the hype awards was probably the best of all our parties we've organized even though we made losses, it was awesome and people had fun. So yeah,  of course we definitely want to make profit, but in the end, the satisfaction our fans get is probably the ultimately satisfying thing we've gotten.

Is the heat on you guys when the party season comes up, to deliver quality entertainment to your fans, if so how do you deal with it?

Uche: We kind of have our own specific dates when we organize our parties. Yes, most of the parties come up around the ember months, so it's safe to say that that's the party season or something. We just do our thing mehn, and set a date that's very convenient.

What are we to expect from you in the not too distant future?

Emeka: There's something going down this December, we'll keep you posted.
Uche: There'll probably be a Hype awards 2012, then maybe a 2grv party by June next year.
Kolapo: I'll be graduating by that time so I'm not sure I'll be there.
Precious: Yeah me too, but still on still, this December, in Lugansk something is going down.

Any shout outs, mentions to anyone?

Shout out to to all our friends that have supported us in one way or the other, shout out to our fam in Lugansk, Kharkov, Kiev, Odessa, Ternopil, Lviv, Nikoleav, Donetsk,".. All the entertainment groups presently, keep doing ur thing..
Emeka: In short if you can go to all the profiles of all the entertainment groups and give them shoutouts from us, that's good.

Lol, when a Think-pad is available where I can think and the computer just acts according to my thoughts, then I'll visit all the profiles and send your greetings. To Precious and Kolapo who's also known as DJ Cole by the way, wishing you guys success as you graduate, it only gets better, believe me that.

It was a great experience having you guys, thank you so much for accepting this interview, I would definitely want to feature you guys some time again, but for now take care.
Aurora looks forward to December 24th.

Stay tuned readers, I have a new personality coming soon.
To check out my interview with a new personlity for Zaporozhye, click HERE

Thursday, 20 October 2011

Fuji Moments of Green October

I know most of my readers have been waiting impatiently for my review of this party. And truth be told, I really did not want to review it because there was just no motivation. However, by popular demand only for a review of the pictures, I came up with this....

On the first of October, the one and only H1, organized their signature party to mark the day Nigeria got its independence, I really have nothing much to say, let the pictures speak for themselves.

If this was the highest point of the party, sigh….

Under-age alert

Hmm…. Hmm…. I know skinny pants are back in style, but I did not know overrrrr skinny shirts were in too.

Wow, Vic-o inspired (In case you do not know Vic-o, click HERE

If you're trying to make a combo, try not to complicate things for yourself, take a cue from Jam Jam, simplicity #whiteiseternal

B.O.B in the building.

Fantastic pose… nah not you, I mean the dude in the middle.

CARLZ FRESHKID…. I'd definitely take the blazer and keep it as a souvenir.

TC Peruzzi, Abikun tidé, you have a very unstable pattern of dressing. For the candy party, you checked up, for the Don’t dull party you went all out and sealed my lips, I thought the seal would last longer than a week, unfortunately with this you just opened Pandora's box. Please you need a new wardrobe manager, *Wink*

It really isn't a hard noks life for him. He seems to be enjoying every bit of this life from the "Grillz" to the signature shades. #Dope

Yeah, someone finally got it right with the hair.

If pictures could talk, this is what went down between the two girls.
Girl in beret: Queen B, you made it to the parrrrrryyyy!!!!!
Girl in blue: Wa séré!!!! No dulling! Beat by Dre, play the muusik!

IN conclusion

That's all folks, at least these are the pictures I found that were worth talking about. Like I said in the last post a few hours ago, stay tuned for my interview with another entertainment group.

You might want to check out Don't Dull Kodak moments HERE
You might also want to check out Recap Of the Candy Party in Canon HERE
You might also like to check Rave nine party in Ergo HERE
And to go over to my Personality blog, click HERE