8 June 2016

Exclusive Interview: Mic Monsta - " I don't really see any female I can date in the Cameroon music industry".

 Hey lovely MK Readers,
Hope you all are doing great and having a lovely week. If you have been on Facebook, Twitter or any social media platform over the last few months then you have heard of MIC MONSTA. A very humble, gentle and extremely talented young rapper who is paving the way and changing the rap game in his own unique way. Sometimes called a Lyrical god, Mic is filled with passion, rhythm, well constructed lyrics, addictive punch lines and is signed to one of the best Cameroon entertainment brands - Kreef Entertainment. Mic Monsta is one to watch out for. Just like most of you, I was curious to know more about the talented rapper everyone has been buzzing about and this is what he had to tell us about himself.

7 June 2016

Fashion Police - Buea Fashion Week

Hi lovely MK Readers,
I know you have been waiting for this post like teachers waiting for their monthly salary. So I apologies for the delay. As usual it was due to circumstances beyond my control. Anyway, let me cut off the gimmicks and dive in. As we all might or might not know, the first 'season' of Buea Fashion Week organized by Cameroon designer Reneta Ndisang took place on from the 12th - 14th of May. Well, as a first time event, I must say the organizer(s), did the best they could, some things could be better but let's just wait and see the next season coming up in November (allegedly). That said, the turn out was Really! Really! Really! poor. There were barely any 'celebs' at the event, I mean even the Buea level ones. It got me wondering if it was that they weren't invited, or as usual (in normal Cameroonian behavior), they are waiting for the event to become big and popular before they can attend. Me I no di understand wona oo. Even small upcoming artists, actresses etc couldn't make it to the event?. Chaii. That's why you guys will forever remain upcoming. *Honestly! If wona for attend wona picture for dey my blog now. Much needed exposure and recognition*, if you like ask Actress Malvis Ann. Anyway I don talk ma own.


- To Artists, Actors etc etc: If you are up coming or planning to get into the entertainment industry, you should attack every single event till you can attack no more. From the smallest to the biggest event. You should be everywhere at all times Because you never know who is watching. An event is never too small.
- To organizers: You have to have a business mind. It doesn't matter if it is your first event or 50th event, you always need people to talk about it. And for people to talk about your event you need to have 'talk worthy' people at your event (Better people). It won't hurt to give out 5 - 10 free invitations to important personalities who will give your event the recognition and buzz it needs. I am just saying.
Now that I have aired my mind. Below are all the pictures my photographer and I could come up with.
Photo Credit: To my able Photo person - Sume LC. Thanks hun.

Singer - Daphne: