I probably would have never talked to him if a friend hadn’t pushed me to make the first move (Thanks Mufasa). Even after attending his Kaya album launch in May at the exquisite Michael Joseph Center, I still wanted to know more. What’s the real story behind this guy called Mr. Jemedari? Advertisements
A lot has happened this June. Through the million – okay maybe a thousand – new music videos released last month, I did the hard work of sifting for you. Wheat from chaff kinda thing.
One of my favorite things about being an events junkie is discovering new artists and music I probably wouldn’t have heard of. This is why I attend so many events, for those who’ve been asking. And that is exactly how I met Mr Jemedari.
I didn’t always use to like trap music. It’s loud and the lyrics barely make any sense. That is until I recently discovered there is some hidden beauty to it.
I still remember the first time I met him. It was last year at a cool school event dubbed The Frequency. He was battling it out in front of an excited crowd with another poet, who I hadn’t met before either.
“Can you believe we’re almost halfway through the year? Time is really flying, eh” My mother remarked today. Yes it is, mom. Luckily for us music junkies, every speedy new month brings new music. And May 2017 did not lag behind.
Admit it. You’re addicted to your phone. Don’t believe me? You can barely go a whole day without using it. In fact, it’s a constant challenge to resist checking for new notifications every few minutes. Yeah, I see you nodding your head.
She is probably the most important person in your life. Not because she paid your school fees, or fed you with the natural resources she had. Not even because she cleaned your face with her saliva.
Watching H_art the Band live on stage is something special. You simply cannot afford to be taking selfies and videos with your smartphone, when all that craziness is happening right in front of you. Why am I telling you this?
Hey you. Yes, you. How was your April? Before you say good, think about it first. Did you laugh? Did you cry? Did you lie down on the cold floor one time?