Author Archives: Christina Ifubaraboye



Christina Ifubaraboye

A culture enthusiast, Christina Ifubaraboye holds a degree in mass communications from the University of Hertfordshire. Christina's interests lie in cinema, social justice, the media and the role it maintains in the digital age, while her focus is on challenging commonly misconstrued narratives in society.

The New Age of Fashion with Pith Africa
Fashion, Interview

The New Age of Fashion with Pith Africa

Ignoring popular ideals of beauty and individuality, Pith Africa is adopting a millennial strategy in fashion to make an impact both socially and culturally. The Nigerian brand based in Lagos, incorporates...

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February 19, 2019
The Gbedu Box: First Edition (Part Two)
Column, Interview, Music

The Gbedu Box: First Edition (Part Two)

We present the second part of the first edition, which concludes Kunle Tejuosho’s interview and features the influential work of Funsho Ogundipe. Read more: The Gbedu Box: First Edition (Part One) You mentioned collecting...

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January 30, 2019
The Gbedu Box: First Edition (Part One)
Column, Interview, Music

The Gbedu Box: First Edition (Part One)

‘The Gbedu Box’ is an on-going collaboration between Omenka and Jazzhole aimed at exploring, and provoking thought and discourse around the cultural and critical contributions of musicians from Africa and...

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January 29, 2019
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Film and TV, Review, Video

Skinny Girl in Transit

Skinny Girl in Transit is a Nigerian web series about a young woman’s quest to find peace, which in our society means a husband and a trimmer waistline. The strength...

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January 11, 2019
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Music, Review

Our Favourite Albums of 2018

2018 gave us some musical gems and so far, these are albums we absolutely endorsed. 1. Saturn – NAO Nao, an English singer-songwriter and record producer from East London, released...

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December 31, 2018
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Interview, Lifestyle, Music

In Conversation with Maka

Alternative Nigerian singer and songwriter Maka’s early influences include regular choir sessions at her local church. Despite a background in law, she is well known today for her unique brand...

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December 07, 2018