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LONELY NIGHTS – Fsimzy_Music

LONELY NIGHTS- Fsimzy_Music Fsimzy_Music tags along Frankie and Tauya on this beautiful soulful music called Lonely Nights which talks about mental Health from a victims perspective Listen or ●  

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Why Not Now – Stephen Ovikuomaroyigbe

Why Not Now… A book about consideration; before we embark on a journey that will last us forever we need to be very careful and be prepared  before we proceed. The book is to guide and lead to a prosperous ending. Why not now is for you and you IRead More »

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Poems by Namara Lwansa

Most times people wonder, “am too young to write…” “what if am not good enough” “my writings are to personal people will now my inner thoughts” etc. Well you’ll never know how good you are if you never try to write, or you’ll never know how your writings have soRead More »

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Tute Ne Mbalala – ThA DUKE

ThA DUKE Shares a piece  named Tute Ne Mbalala which is a lyrical summing up of what love is. Simple but so elegant. When the gravity of falling in love meets the principle of growing in love. Tute Ne Mbalala has an African vibe to it giving an Eden experienceRead More »

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TwentyFour – James Feat Messenjah

James Feat Messenjah Shares a piece that questions the theory that we all have twenty-four hours yet our success is different It also gets personal and a bit emotional. This poem has a creative storyline masterfully created and well thought words and is quite relatable with heart piercing words. Don’tRead More »

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