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Nicki Minaj – ‘Queen’ review

Has 2018’s Queen of rap finally delivered her definitive album, a statement worthy of her still-stunning verse on 2010’s ‘Monster’? Not quite – but this remains a mighty regal affair It has been eight years since Nicki Minaj announced herself to the world with that verse on ‘Monster’. That’s eight years of Nicki Minaj being …

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Travis Scott – ‘Astroworld’ review

The rapper has produced a lush, complex, extraordinarily accomplished album that invites us mere mortals to peer in at his life behind the velvet rope Travis Scott’s third solo studio album arrives mired in controversy. Its artwork, which depicts the A-list rapper as an enormous, golden statue that breathes fire, was shot by noted photographer …

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5 Outfits From The Knanfe Collection Perfect As Chic Workwear

The womenswear brand, Knanfe debuted its first collection called the “Cosmopolitan”. The collection indeed embraces everything clean, simple, trendy and elegant that every working class woman would fancy.The earth tones, the bold colours, details and fluidity of the collection is for the fashion-forward, edgy and trendy woman. From each piece, we loved the clean lines, …

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Christina Aguilera – ‘Liberation’ review

It lacks the dazzling ambition of her glory days, but album eight makes Aguilera feel relevant again Though she probably retains pop superstar status, Christina Aguilera’s only significant hits during the last decade have been collaborations and features: ‘Moves Like Jagger’ with Maroon 5, ‘Say Something’ with A Great Big World, ‘Feel This Moment’ with …

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Beyoncé and Jay-Z (aka The Carters) – ‘Everything Is Love’ review

On this collaborative album from Beyoncé and Jay-Z, the overarching mood is that of pure joy Any casual viewer of Ru Paul’s Drag Race will know that Beyoncé does not go down well on Snatch Game. Whenever queens have tried to impersonate the mega-star in the past (the entire challenge revolves around doing celebrity impressions), …

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Movie Review: Acrimony: A Woman Scorned Must Never Blow Her Second Chance At Happiness

In ACRIMONY, Melinda (Taraji P. Henson) is on the receiving end of a restraining order filed by her ex-husband, Robert (Lyriq Bent). The court orders her into therapy, and her story unfolds in flashback. She meets Robert in college, and they quickly fall in love and marry; Melinda uses money from her mother’s life insurance …

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Black Panther Review: Wakanda, The One African Country That Could Never be Called a ’Shithole’

Black Panther is the first black-led Marvel film directed by Ryan Coogler, starring Chadwick Boseman (Black Panther/T’challa), Lupita Nyong’o (Nakia), Michael B. Jordan (Killmonger), Angela Basset (Ramonda), Danai Gurira (Okoye), Letitia Wright (Shuri), Daniel Kaluuya (W’kabi), Martin Freeman (K.Ross) and Winston Duke (M’baku). I have been excited about Black Panther since it was announced in …

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Girls Trip: The Strength of Black Women, The Bond Between friends, The Funniest Chick Flick in Recent Times

Girls Trip: The Strength of Black Women, The Bond Between friends, The Funniest Chic Flick in Recent Times What I hate most in this life is sitting beside couples at the movies. Why must they kiss and neck even in action movies? Anyone that can kiss during action movie should just go ahead and act …