Photo of The Week : Black With A Dash Of Colour

This photo was a digital portrait painting of me from the canvas of Lexis Pryme Konceptz in celebration of my 26th birthday. 

An 8-Hour Crush Story

Surprisingly, the little things that cause a category of women to crush on other men have no if not less bearing on physical appearances, although physical appearances play a critical role. Exactly 4hrs ago, Nick Seun Adatsi pushed one of my vulnerable buttons in a simple online platform mention, and I crushed in a heartbeat.

My Twin Is My +1

There are days where in all honesty, there is nothing to write. Those are the days when my emotions are either overly overwhelmed or roughly non-existent. So I waited a few hours until this sensation became convenient.

A View At Natives of Bolgatanga By Ben Bond In “Portraits of The North”

Correct me if I’m wrong, but the farthest most Ghanaians have travelled within the motherland is within Greater Accra, Central, Eastern and Western Region. Let’s make this easier – I’ll take my right hand off these keys to own up as belonging to this category.

Here Is Why Mother Insisted We Used LIME

Perhaps the prevalent reason for our mothers insisting on LIME use is growing up is for the direct comp-LIME-ment to our natural body odor. If you grew up in a home where this practice was proficiently adapted, you’ll bear witness with the fact that Lime deserves to be in the limelight.

The Colourful Black Woman

Should we keep stressing how beautiful black is until you’re tired of hearing it? BLACK IS BEAUTIFUL. Besides the skin is everything else about it – from the extreme ends of both temperatures to the strength in our bones, from the unique endowment of our feminine features to the estimably fearsome men, then there’s originality in craftsmanship and evidence in our own prints.

Nappy Hair Pleasure #03 – Michele-Noemi

We moved from the burning grease that made us moan, to the relaxers that relaxed our scalps… so we thought. Today, we’re embracing our hair as it is – naturally.

Art = Morality : You’ll Have To Draw The Line Somewhere

Regardless the number of times an artist sketches his drawings seem like a way of navigating the imagination, and it remains the fundamental vehicle of the artist’s practice – it’s like a mirror. We see it when we appreciate it.

Can You Relate? – STORY OF MY LIFE – E05

I’ve had the door-to-door experience inviting people to church, some friends also, and the deliberate excuses to decline my proposal has been rather comical, except for a catchy phrase like “love feast” or “concert” – that gets their attention and gets them asking follow up questions.

Can You Relate? – STORY OF MY LIFE – E03

It happens so often that women have developed some stain tag in the eyes of men when it comes waking up early for a scheduled event. Truth is, it only happens when we promise to wake up early, so don’t put us in the position to make such promises. After we’ve eaten and felt like our stomach blotted, then worked our bums out, all we ask is that you give us some more time to rest our bodies. Sometimes, the body wants what it wants. Episode 3 of Ghanaba’s STORY OF MY LIFE is pretty relatable. How about the next? […]

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