Hi pumpkins! You know my goal in life is to bring you the best of glamour and fierceness from the Motherland, right? So imagine my excitement when I was contacted by the group behind Imperial Leather, PZ Cussons. Now I know you’re familiar with the iconic Imperial Leather soap bars- remember the creamy beige classic … Continue reading #LittleLuxuryMoments: Imperial Leather Relaunches in Accra
Oh hey dolls! It’s Adjpants here, your Slayage and Fierceness Correspondent for West Africa *flips hair* Let’s dive straight in! So if you’ve been following me for a while, you probably know about my obsession with Sex and the City. I loved the directness, the openness and the sheer ballsy courage of the show. It … Continue reading “An African City” Season 2 Launches in Accra!
Who runs the world? GIRLS. We should all know this by now. Girls are incredible. And yet here we are in 2015, and the tech industry is still a male-dominated one. Did you know that only 7% of tech start-ups are led by women? So when I was invited to attend the premiere of the Made … Continue reading Raising a New Generation of Ghanaian #CodeGirls
Hi darlings! So I’m gagging with excitement to share my thoughts on last weekend’s event “Africa Writes 2015,” the African Writers’ festival hosted by the Royal African Society at the British Library. It was a bit of a whirlwind visit, but I’m so glad I attended. My bestie Miss Fu and I stepped into the … Continue reading Africa Writes 2015
Friday March 6th, 2015, marked 58 years since my home country Ghana declared its independence from colonial rule. Formerly known as the Gold Coast, Ghana was the first sub-Saharan nation to gain independence. This is a source of great pride, and we have so many reasons to celebrate. Every time I go home, I’m excited … Continue reading OOTD: Ghanaian Independence Day Slayage
Hey boo hey! How you livin’? So let’s dive straight in. I recently told you all how much I love Valentine’s Day. This tends to confuse people, since I am the quintessential single girl about town. It’s not like I don’t like menz no more (I’m not #deliverdt). Idris just hasn’t arrived with my bride … Continue reading Fifty Shades of Galentine’s Day
I’ve told you guys before how D’Angelo was my first love. His 2000 “Voodoo” album was one of the first CDs I ever bought, and I’m not exaggerating when I say I’ve listened to it almost every night for 15 years. D’Angelo was known as the face of the Neo-Soul movement in the 90s, and … Continue reading I Saw D’Angelo Live in Concert and He Was Perfect