Xcel Theatre: Nigeria's stunt talents
This creative - drama, dance, and theater - group based in Port Harcourt is attracting attention. Xcel Theatre became famous for its well-choreographed action stunts when social media influencers share their videos.
How I grew my social media followers - Isabella Ayomobi
On Popsicles this week, Isabella Ayomobi talks about her dance career and how she grew her social media followers through dance.
Music show: Elisabeth Elektra on her electro pop debut album 'Mercurial'
Releasing your debut album in the midst of a global pandemic is not something Elisabeth Elektra expected when she started making it. The Glasgow-based songwriter, who spent five years growing up in France, counts Prince, Kate Bush and Mylène Farmer among her influences. We caught up with her to discuss her effervescent electro pop debut album "Mercurial" and were treated to a live performance of her track "Sadie".
The Process behind White Board, Black Pieces: Race In The West
Tunji Joseph talks about Whiteboard, Black pieces: Race in the west. The stage play answers posers on what it means to be black in a predominantly white environment or if it is one of pain, suffering, and confusion?
Nigeria's Dream Catchers
Screenwriter and choreographer Seyi Oluyole founded the Dream Catchers Dance Academy to help orphaned children off the streets and back into school. Oluyole takes care of their daily needs and currently has nine foster children. Her dance videos featuring her young students have even caught the eye of international stars.
Spotify releases list of biggest songs and artistes on its platform
With the decade coming to a close, streaming giant Spotify has released its biggest songs and artistes of the past 10 years. And one of the songs that made the list was Drake’s ‘One Dance,’ which featured Kyla and Nigerian Afrobeats star, Wizkid.
Robots take up pole dancing at French night club
Donning high heels and standing on elevated platforms at a dimly lit club, humanoid robots moved their hips as they pole danced in front of their majority male audience on Friday night at Nantes' SC-Club.
Shake your tail feather: Study finds cockatoos love to dance
Snowball, a sulphur-crested cockatoo, has shown that humans are not the only creatures who love to dance, a study found. Snowball has a diverse repertoire of 14 unique dance moves and loves to bop to a good beat.
How profitable are Rwanda’s traditional dance troupes?
One of the strongest pillars of Rwandan culture is the traditional dance; music and dance have always been an essential part of society. Many young people living in the country as well as diaspora have created dance troupes that are hired to perform in different events.