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The Loudink Top 10 January 2019

Loudink Presents the Top 10 Downloaded Artists Works for January 2019  

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Gone Fam: An Open Letter To Zone Fam

By Augustine Lungu Jr   In 2009 I fell in love for the first time. I fell in love with 4 voices, who rapped as though their lives depended on it, The way things turned out I’m convinced that they did. The bars they spit made me drunk, I swear,Read More »

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Pandora’s Box

by Edward Ukwimi I will write you butterflies So that you can teach them That flying is not always away And love doesn’t always mean heart breaks. You are convinced that love must be a bad tutor Because everyone that tried to love you Was so bad at it ThatRead More »

Tiyende Pamodzi - Official Post Cover @ loudink

Tiyende Pamodzi 

Jeff -Icon gives us an Independence Day Poem – Tiyende Pamodzi Tiyende Pamodzi (Let’s walk Together) is an original African Poem poem that features the father of the nation Dr Kenneth Kaunda also dedicated to him and mother Zambia. Listen or ●  

Hunger Games - Book Review @ Loudink

The Hunger Games 

The Hunger Games  The Hunger Games is a trilogy of young adult dystopian novels written by American novelist Suzanne Collins. The series is set in The Hunger Games universe, and follows young characters Katniss Everdeen and Peeta Mellark. This three part book series from Suzanne Colins is one of the best I’ve read. Told from I’m the main characters point ofRead More »

Purple hibiscus @ loudink

Purple Hibiscus Book Review

Purple Hibiscus is a truly amazing novel that narrates a child’s search for approval and journey through phases of life that one goes through. It tells of a child’s strive to be accepted yet defiant at the same time. In this book she touches topics such as politics, religion and even domestic violence, the last two being connected in the presented situation. With use of the Igbo language she writes with a level of intelligence, describing Kambili’s (the main character) world both physical and emotional to perfection. It’s almost as if Adichie, for that time, possessed the mind of a fifteen-year-old Nigerian Catholic girl.

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