Rapper, Business mogul and Beyoncé's husband, Jay Z, turned 47 on Sunday. The rapper celebrated his 47th birthday with close friends and family with a dinner party at Republique restaurant in Los Angeles on Saturday night, which was a day before his actual birthday. Kelly Rowland and her husband, Tina Knowles and her husband and other
The Nigerian music industry stood still for Juju music maestro, Sunday Adegeye, aka King Sunny Ade who, yesterday, was inducted into the prestigious Hard Rock Hall of Fame, making him the first musician from Nigeria and Africa to be so honoured. KSA, as he is simply called, joins the list of over 81,000 Hollywood celebrities whose souvenirs like
Kim Kardashian was seen driving herself to UCLA Medical Center in Los Angeles on Wednesday. It's the first time she has been seen in public since she returned from New York November 21 to be at the side of her husband Kanye West who was hospitalized for a psychotic breakdown. Kim was seen driving herself in a black Range Rover.
AS part of the industry sessions at the just concluded Africa International Film Festival (AFRIFF), award-winning Director, Kunle Afolayan, facilitated a Master Class in film directing, providing insights into the fundamentals of the filmmaking process from his wealth of experience. With award-winning movies like Araromire (The Figurine), Phone
Singer, Rihanna welcomed Prince Harry in Barbados for their Independence Day celebration. He visited a children's home in Barbados after the celebration. Prince Harry met some of the children who call Nightingale home, learning about the support available from members of staff, and officially opening two of the Home's recently renovated buildings.
Nollywood actress, Omotola Jalade-Ekeinde who was one of the panelists at the Innovation Warehouse, a mentorship programme for aspiring filmmakers and actors during the just concluded Africa International Film Festival in Lagos, has given an insight into what makes an marriage to work. The mother of four was advising young aspiring female
Actor and singer, Jamie Foxx said he will not sing the National Anthem at Donald Trump's inauguration, for reasons best known to him, not that they invited him to do so though. Jamie said this to TMZ while he was strolling in Beverly Hills Wednesday. He said Politics is crazy and emotions are high. Adding that America is still the greatest country in the world.