History on Caribbean Celebrations

​Hey lovelies hope everyone is having a great week so far😊. So I’m back with another carnival post….Yes I love carnival and its still carnival season😁. Carnival in some people’s eyes is all just about wearing the prettiest outfit and bomb ass makeup.  Carnival in the West Indies in recent times is dying mainly because of its commercialization. I […]

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Editor’s Picks

​African art holds alot of meaning in the villages and communities that curated them. The precision, technique and mastery of these crafted items were and still are innovative and before their time.  Binga Basket This is a traditional beautifully woven handmade plate by women. It is typically made from fiber such as seaweed or Iala […]

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Travelling Tips

Traveling overseas is one thing that is on most, if not all, of our bucket list. Experiencing different cultures in its various forms – history, music, people etc. is something I’ve always wanted to do. Traveling is an outer body and inner body transformation and realization that each and everyone of us should experience at […]

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Chronology Tour

Chronology Tour Chronixx Kelissa Zincfence redemption Look here nuh man you see this man right here is one of the chosen ones. His music, his spirit, his mind is on a whole other level. I’m a day one fan of this King right here and when I tell you that the performance that he put […]

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Following My Bliss

Words from my mother “So a man thinketh so is he”….and I’m pretty sure you’ve heard this notion from your parents, relatives or even friends at some point in your life. The powers of the mind is not something to take lightly. The stories we tell ourselves and the very things we believe about ourselves […]

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