31 May 2015

Fashionistas Of the Week!!!

Hey Lovely Readers,
 Happy Sunday. I know it has been a really long time since I did a fashionistas of the week post but from this week it is going to be a regular feature on my blog. The reason I decided to bring this back is because I have been seeing a lot of gorgeous ladies and guys on my Facebook and Instagram slaying it in the fashion/style department and I think they need some recognition. Secondly, a couple of readers have requested that I do fashion posts of people with body types different from mine so they can have an idea of how to style themselves. So, I thought doing a weekly features of regular everyday people, bloggers and Cameroonian celebs killing it will be a good way to grant their requests. So, If you know you are killing it and want to be featured, Use the hashtag #mookehblog on your favorite picture of the week to be featured. ( Instagram users only and you have to be following me oo). Anyway here are our fashionistas for this week.

Joan Ngomba: Naija based Cameroonian Journalist / Tv Presenter - Pulse TV. She stunned Africa fashion week in this gorgeous blue mermaid gown by Amarelis. I absolutley love everything about this outfit. Head to toe perfection. Make up on point. (In my future designer mind, i just wish the black flowers at the side could be an inch higher so it could flatter her waistline better.). But Jeeze! she looks stunning. 10 thumbs Up.

27 May 2015


Hey guys,
Happy New Week, I know it's been a while since I did a song of the week post but don't you worry, I've got you covered. Our Cameroonian artists have been busy killing it and keeping us entertained, if you haven't been up to date ... well. Let's just say thank God you follow my blog. I have a list of some of the hottest songs right now, so whether you need something to listen to on you way to work, during you break, when you are working out or when you want to relief stress, I've got what you need.

First of is GASHA - FEELING LOVE. This song was released 2 days ago and was in collaboration with Afro nation Tv *I think*. The song is dedicated to Africa and though it has a kid's cartoon "Kiriko" theme, it also appeals to every age group. The production is really good, Great vocals, and sound track. I just love it

24 May 2015


Wooow the long awaited video for MISTER ELAD's hit song Chakara is finally out. Almost a year after the cameroonian born Afro/RnB singer/producer Mister Elad released his hit single “CHAKARA”, which made him one of Africa’s most talented and feared new comers.He finally brings us the highly anticipated “CHAKARA" VIDEO for music lovers all around the globe.The video shall be released online on the May 22, 2015. I don wait di video sotey my hair grey but it was worth the wait. This song makes me smile even when I am sad. The video was very well produced, directed and the concept is phenomenal. Every Cameroon wedding needs this song on their playlist. I can't wait to see what Mr Elad has for us next.  


Hey sweety pies, No scratch that, Hey lovely readers, 
   How are you all doing? I am so happy to be back to blogging, missed it so much. School is finally over (at least for now), the weather is finally getting warmer *#AMEN* and my lovely Cameroonian artists are killing the music charts, what more could a blogger (me) want? lol.
Anyway,let's jump into the coco of the matter. I am so so excited to introduce this song to you partly because it features a Cameroonian artist I have been routing for and silently supporting since he first came into the scene in 2012 - Arré and secondly because the song worrey!!. This song is the future man!!!.
     Jakiri is by US based Cameroonian artist - Ville Vreezy ft Je Te Ya Mo artist - ArrĂ©. Ville reveals "The video, shot in Cameroon depicts a typical African dance setting giving you a reason to stay on the dance floor". (Yes bro, I agree!)
To be honest, I didn't listen to the audio when it was released last month because I am a visual person. I loveee watching music videos, and this did not disappoint at all. Of course we could have done without the first scene - the girls washing cars in a provocative way but OMG! the song made me want to dance so much I barely noticed what was going on. The guys looked dapper in African outfits, fashion on point, lyrics was very catchy, beats made me dance and twerk (hides face), and ooo did I mention their vocals were on point too?. Anyway, enough said, just take your "colo colo eye chop chrismos".