Brittany Frizzelle is a poet who recently published her poetry collection about emotional survival. Her poems feature serious topics such as racism, womanhood, mental health and pain. Read on to find out more about Britanny.
Jeremiah Martins (also known as Jerry-Xtix) is a drummer, musician and CEO of Jerrex Empire & Music Planet. I stumbled across his Instagram page and was blown away by the passion with which he drummed. He really puts his all into his performances and it’s amazing to watch. Read on to learn more about the man behind the drum.
Adeleke is a songwriter and poet based in Nigeria. Learn about his journey to becoming a poet and songwriter.
Mayowa Fagbure is a Nigerian writer whose articles are always thoroughly and meticulously detailed; they make an insightful read. I have personally enjoyed reading her articles. Read on to find out more about her writing journey.
Tife Chris is a talented visual artist and writer who has been featured on the likes of The Guardian NG. She is also a Geology student and CEO/founder of her art business. I came across her profile on Instagram and was very touched by the important messages and themes she addressed with her paintings and artwork. Read on to find out her journey to becoming an artist, what motivates her and more.
Maryann is a writer, poet and children’s rights activist based in Lagos, Nigeria. She also the founder of an NGO charity organisation, Daughters of Africa. In this post, she discusses her recently published novel, Bruised Affection, her work as a content creator and more.
In 2017 Suraj was listed among the top 50 Nigerian artists by African Art Auction. His paintings capture the vibrant and colourful Nigerian lifestyle and much more. Read this interview to find out more about his journey to becoming an artist.
Ogunniyi a Nigerian freelance journalist discusses his love for writing about human rights and liberalism.
André has been a Fintech freelance writer for almost 6 years. In this interview series, he shares the highs and lows of freelance writing.
I am kicking off the first post of my interview series by catching up with a young man who also happens to be my brother.