Video: DJ Khaled Feat. Nicki Minaj, Chris Brown, August Alsina, Jeremih, Future, Rick Ross “Do You Mind”

After handling the hosting duties for Tuesday night’s airing of the BET Hip-Hop Awards, DJ Khaled decided to premiere the official video for his Major Key single “Do You Mind” featuring Nicki MinajChris BrownAugust AlsinaJeremih, Future, and Rick Ross.

Directed by Gil Green, the seductive new video finds each artists romancing their respective partners & spitting their verses, but it’s Nicki who steals the show & slays in her sexy lingerie. Check it out above.

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Amir Abdulazeez: Why Nigeria’s Future Looks Bleaker?

If we are banking on the majority of present day Nigerian youths as the custodians of a better and more prosperous country tomorrow, then we need to seriously reconsider. Many (not all) of the youths and potential leaders of tomorrow that we currently have are most likely to be worse than today’s leaders. Franklin D. Roosevelt, the 32nd President of the United States once said: “We cannot always build the future for our youth, but we can build our youth for the future”. The Nigerian leaders of today have so far failed woefully to build the future for our youths and more unfortunately, are grossly failing towards building our youths for the future.

Several factors have contributed towards our youths finding themselves in this sorry and unfortunate situation. First and foremost, many people aged between 15 and 35 in Nigeria have evolved through and under a time and circumstance when Nigeria is arguably at its most corrupt and adverse era ever. This era has helped in negatively shaping not only the thinking of our youths but their action as well. Unlike many of today’s leaders who relatively evolved through an era of decency and prosperity but later decided to be corrupt on their own volition, our youths have been romancing with all that is wrong with Nigeria right from their school days.

Secondly, we are at a time when the present crop of Nigerian leaders, most notably from 1999 to date is the most negligent when it comes to youth development and mentorship. If they had brought up our youths the way they were brought up by those before them, it would’ve been a different story. If they are willing to give the current youths the same opportunities they were given, we wouldn’t have had the same old brigades still jostling for political positions and relevance. A typical politician views a Nigerian youth not as someone who will take over from him, but as someone he can exploit for his endless political advantage. Those that ruled at all levels of government from 1999 to date are those who had the best opportunity to navigate away from the past and blaze the trail. Instead, most of them chose to set a bad precedent and made governance appear in the eyes of the youth as a lucrative venture thereby corrupting the minds of the young people. Thirdly, Nigerian youths themselves have generally and grossly indicated their inability to stand up to their responsibilities and their potentials due to many internal and external reasons which are both within and beyond their control. The few of them that were given rare opportunities to serve failed woefully and ended up giving the impression that they make no difference. The Nigerian youths of yesteryears are obviously different from those of today.

The real tragedy of many Nigerians is not the poverty of their pockets but the poverty of their mindsets. It has been our poor mindsets, probably more than any other thing that has prevented us from utilizing our huge potential. Present day Nigerians, especially the youths whom the country are looking forward to for future leadership are the worst afflicted in this regard. They have being brought up and made to develop a very poor and myopic mindset right from the word ‘go’. The fact that national development is far more behavioral and attitudinal than it is infrastructural and technological is more perfectly captured by the popular proposition that; if you migrate all Nigerians to America and all Americans to Nigeria, Americans will waste no time in transforming Nigeria into America just like Nigerians will degrade America back to Nigeria.

Unfortunately, the mindsets of our youths either by default or by design is not made to proffer solutions to the numerous problems bedeviling Nigeria; rather, it is made to add to them. The ground is being consciously or subconsciously made adequate for most of them to become divided, corrupt, irresponsible and unproductive. Out of the frustration that those on top have taken up all their opportunities, they don’t give a damn about what happens to the country. Some of them have resulted to armed robbery, fraud, kidnapping, insurgency and all other vices because they feel they have no future or the future of their country has no plan for them. The leaders are mainly after themselves and their immediate families; they reserve virtually all the goodies of the nation for their children and cronies.

Whether rightly or wrongly, one of the major arguments of the January 1966 coupists was that, politicians and leaders of that generation were corrupt and politically irresponsible. Several generations later, we still respect and refer to the first republic leaders as the most saintly and patriotic. Our condition keeps deteriorating with every generation that took over up till today and with the type of generation we are currently grooming, it seems our worst days are ahead of us. Those that ruled from 1999 to date had the best opportunity to mentor our youths and serve as role models but instead have ended up using them for their political advantage and leading them astray. They have taught the youths that leadership is all about amassing wealth and perpetrating impunity in the land. They have largely failed to provide good orientation, education and opportunities for them.

If you want to know the type of tomorrow’s leaders that we have, all you need to do is to spend some time on social media and monitor their activities. A large chunk of them are engaged in nothing but the spread of hatred, political hero-worshipping, sycophancy, fraud, ethnic jingoism and religious bigotry. While those at the top are mostly united by corruption, power greediness and self-interest, they at the bottom are being chained by mental slavery and political blindness.

The global modern day practice is that of mentoring and giving responsibilities to youths so as to make them prepared for future state challenges. In the United Arab Emirates, Shama Almazrui was appointed minister at the age of 22 at a time when Nigerian politicians employ people within that age group and higher to praise them on social media. The average age in President Buhari’s cabinet is 50, with many of the ministers well above that average. The minister of youths himself is a typical example. Even the Nigerian constitution will not allow a person with age less than 30 to contest any significant election, but doesn’t stop an old man of 100 years to contest. Most of our past heroes actually began doing what they did at their youth ages because they were trained by the colonial masters for such, but today even a 40 year old is considered only as a mere personal assistant to an office holder, except if he has the financial war chest to contest for elections himself.

In the course of the Rivers State re-run elections held recently, a youth corper, Samuel Okonta by name was killed. Four days later, Governor Nyesom Wike paid a condolence visit to the NYSC secretariat in Porthacourt and used the occasion to score some cheap political goals. He announced a N5,000 increment of the corp members state monthly allowance in what looks like an attempt to use that to calm their nerves. Whatever that increment was meant to achieve, the timing was simply wrong and it demonstrates that our leaders always view the youths as those in constant demand for money. Such are the type of vulnerable youths that we have who were made not to value their self-worth and responsibilities.

The youth agendas of most Nigerian governors stops mainly at some politically motivated and executed empowerment programmes which hardly change their lives. Even with that, when they recruit 100 youths for the so-called empowerment, they recruit 200 others or more as political thugs or neglect the education of 1000 others. One step forward, two steps backwards. Jonathan’s YouWin programme is however a significant empowerment programme, a sort of which if sustained, has the capacity to change the lives of its beneficiaries. However, it has since stopped.

Our carelessness towards how we place people in the name of political reward is also disturbing. I remember discussing with a friend some six or seven years ago who was narrating to me why he thinks the Nigeria of our dream may never come true. He told the story of a drug addict who was about to be recruited into the Nigerian Police Force (a regular practice of how politicians reward political thugs) and whom whether we like it or not may rise to become the Inspector General someday. This is a typical example of how we continue to pollute our system and its institutions.

As bad as some of our current political leaders may be, those waiting to take over from them may be worse. Many of our youths are not willing to hold their leaders to account; they are mainly interested in what they will get from them. The youths are not thinking of what they will do for Nigeria, all they are after is what Nigeria will do for them. That was how they were trained. Besides, many people in the position of authority are doing everything possible to make sure the people below them, most of whom are the youths, remain impotent, vulnerable, ignorant and poor.

From the look of things, I don’t foresee those at the helm of affairs currently doing anything significant and sincere to prepare our youths for the future. What I would advise is our youths to realize this, quit wasting their time in advancing the selfish political interest of their predators, unite and prepare themselves for future responsibilities so as to save themselves and their country.

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I Refused To Give Future My Number, Later He Became Famous – Victoria Kimani

In a interview with YFm’s Dj Sabby, Kenyan born Chocolate City artiste, Victoria Kimani, revealed how future tried to holla but she blocked him.

I never got his number, never really gave him a chance, to really holla at me. I felt really messed up about it later and like years later, he ended up being future.

Blac chyna removes Future’s tattoo from her hand

Blac Chyna, got a fresh start after her release from jail, by removing the “Future” tattoo on her right hand on Monday, which she got in honor of ex, Future. It looks like Blac’s committing to boyfriend Rob Kardashian after he drove 1400 miles to rescue her after her arrest in Texas.

This relationship really looks like it’s the real deal! Blac and Rob were spotted in Beverly Hills on the morning of February 1, parked in Rob’s Bentley outside a dermatologist’s office. Blac got out and entered the building herself, then posted some very revealing videos on Snapchat that showed just what she was doing.

Ayanfe Philip: Is There Still A Future? #Poem

It’s another bright day but all I see is dullness

And people’s travails. But more obvious is their uncertainty

The present condition of both the lazy and hardworking is vagueness

But they continue and hope it will be better for the green society


The gap between the rich and the poor is becoming a chasm

Unpaid workers are wallowing in the mud of lack

No food, no money and no joy to even have an orgasm

We are victims of this flood. Nobody is in Noah’s Ark


The words “hope” and “faith” are now elusive

Even hope itself is now with little or no hope

Dishonesty now flows through our veins. We have become evasive

Though we have eyes and can see, all we now do is grope


We voted for change but things still remain the same

We voted for change but change seems to be a ghost’s name.


All I see is sadness in the atmosphere

Eager people in the streets moving here and there

Leaving their houses in vain and hoping to return with something

But most times come back home with nothing

The old look at the kids and their minds bleed

Even as the young glory while they feed

As kids they called us leaders of tomorrow

But it’s like we will become borrowers of the morrow

Just like the barren awaits the fruit of the womb

We await the best before we become inhabitants of the tomb

Even the dry green leaves need the touch of revival

Gradually we are dying needing the kiss of survival

What I see ahead is bleak from this juncture

And then I ask “Is there still a future?”


Ayanfe Philip



Bonang Matheba & Darey Art Alade To Host The Future Awards Africa 2015

The Central Working Committee for The Future Awards Africa (TFAA) 2015 has announced the hosts of the ?10th anniversary! They are Bonang Matheba,? South Africa’s favourite media personality, Bonang Methaba and award-winning artiste and music entrepreneur Dare Art-Alade.

The hosts represent the best of young Africans from across the continent, and will be presenting the 10th year celebrations of TFAA in grand style. Darey returns as a host after first hosting in 2009.

“I am excited to be coming to Nigeria for The Future Awards Africa,” said Matheba, who is also the first international brand ambassador for Revlon. “This is an exceptional platform telling Africa’s story in a unique, impactful way. Young
Africans see these nominees and winners and have been inspired over the past 10 years to to act right, to get involved and to live their dreams to the fullest.”

Darey just released his 4th studio album #Naked, highlighting a career at the top of songwriting, performing, running a music label and hosting West Africa’s most prestigious events.

“The Future Awards Africa is Africa’s biggest youth event because consistently for
10 years they have celebrated efforts of youths across the continent,” Darey said.
“It’s an honour to be a part of this landmark celebrations, and I am excited to be back on the TFAA stage!”

The Future Awards Africa 2015 – celebrating 10 years! – is presented by RED and UBA.

The award is held in partnership with the British High Commission, the Ford
Foundation, Microsoft, the US Consulate, the Canadian High Commission, Sterling Bank and The Tony Elumelu Foundation.

The Future Awards Africa (official hashtag: #TFAA10) will hold on 6 December in Lagos, Nigeria at the Intercontinental Hotel. The event is strictly by invitation.

About The Future Awards Africa

The Future Awards Africa has been called the ‘Nobel Prize for Young Africans’, and the ‘most important youth awards’ by Forbes. It is a set of prizes given annually to celebrate and accelerate innovation, creativity and enterprise amongst young Africans aged 18 – 31. It has produced over 150 winners and over 1550 nominees since its first edition in 2006.

It is presented in conjunction with The Future Project, which has a mandate to build empowered citizens across Africa, through (inclusive) enterprise and (active) citizenship. This focus on Human Capital Development is informed by our value proposition: Africa’s growth needs a generation of young people who are gainfully employed and able to demand and secure better leadership.

Our projects include, an employability portal presented with Microsoft; the Nigeria Symposium for Young & Emerging Leaders, #StartupsAfrica, Intern4Jobs, The m-Hub, The Future Enterprise Support Scheme and The Future Africa Awards & Summit, described as ‘The Nobel Prize for Young Africans’.

With a network of funders and partners including the Tony Elumelu Foundation, Ford Foundation, the US Government, First Bank, MTN, The Canadian Embassy, HP, the Nigerian Government and the British Council, our work has spanned Nigeria, Ghana, South Africa, Tanzania, Liberia, Burkina Faso, Uganda, Malawi, Cameroon, Somalia, Equatorial Guinea, Ivory Coast and Kenya.

Founded by the Chude Jideonwo and Adebola Williams, TFP is supervised by a Global Board of Advisors drawn from Africa, Europe, North America and the Middle East, including the Senior Advisor at one of the world’s leading financial advisory and asset management firms, Lazard LTD, Dr. Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala; Senior Economic Advisor with the Open Society Foundations, Dr. Obiageli Ezekwesili; co-founder of ONE, Jamie Drummond and the Chief of Cabinet with the Africa Development Bank, Anne Kabagambe.

Blac Chyna Removes “Future” Tattoo Photo

Chyna posted an Instagram photo Sunday, showing Future’s name inked on her hand. However, the photo was later removed and was not available on her page Wednesday. Meanwhile, Future posted a series of tweets explaining that he single and that he wishes to remain that way.

“Chyna’s just trying to get in where she fits in when it comes to Future. She loves him and knows exactly what type of relationship she’s got herself into, and she’s cool with it,” a source told Hollywood Life, adding: “She knows that he’s out there doing what he does. But the fact of the matter is as long as he treats her well, gives her money and spoils King rotten, she’s fine with that.”

“Say what you want about Chyna but she’s in this relationship for the long run. At the end of the day, she knows where Future is, what he’s doing and who he’s screwing. She doesn’t think he’s a cheater at all,” the source continued, adding: “When it’s all said and done, he’s coming home to her. He’s paying her bills and as long as momma is a kept woman, the relationship with Future will be golden.”

Credit: IBT

“Future’s Banging’ Other Chicks … And I’m Cool With It” – Blac Chyna

There are women like this who don’t mind sharing. According to TMZ, Blac Chyna is cool with Future saying he’s single and seeing other women. Their report below…

Blac Chyna doesn’t care if Future’s telling the world — and chicks everywhere — he’s single … ’cause she’s just happy to be one of the women he’s tapping.

Sources close to Chyna tell TMZ Future’s actions speak louder than his “I’m single” tweet, since she’s with him every weekend. Yes, she thinks Future’s announcement was a low-blow, but she still considers him “her man.”

That attitude might explain why she went ahead and got Future’s name tattooed on her hand … even though she’s just one of many in his stable.

Tricky as it sounds — looks like everyone’s happy with the current arrangement. For now, anyway.

Future Debunks Relationship Rumour With Blac Chyna After Tyga’s Alleged Comment

Few days ago, the internet went abuzz with Blac Chyna’s new tattoo.

Blac Chyna tattooed “Future” on her hand and everybody typically assumed she was confirming her rumored relationship with the rapper, Future.

Moreso, reports adds that Tyga, who is Blac Chyna’s ex, reportedly said that Future can eat his chynese left overs… You dig?

Well Future cleared the air with these tweets, telling the whole world that he is single and happy. See tweets below:


Future Can Have All My Chynese Leftovers, Tyga Reacts To Blac Chyna’s Rumoured Relationship

Future and Tyga once collaborated on a hit record — “Show You” — and they’re friendly, so on the surface it would seem Future violated the bro code by taking down Blac Chyna.

But  sources say that Tyga made it clear that he gives “zero f***s” about Future’s relationship with Chyna. He’s in hook, line and sinker with Kylie and that’s the only woman he cares about.

In fact, it’s been said that he’s open to collaborating with Future on another song.

Credit: TMZ

Blac Chyna Confirms Relationship With Future With This…

Blac Chyna got the Internet buzzing  when she posted what appears to be a fresh, new tattoo on her hand.

Instead of a powerful symbol or famous expression, however, the model decided to choose one special word that happens to be the name of a famous rapper. Yes, she may have inked “future” onto her body for all to see.

“Thought it was a drought ,” she wrote on Instagram. And for those not up to date on Future’s rap career, the words make up the title of one of his singles from the album Dirty Sprite 2.


Credit: E!

Ciara Fires Back At Future For Slamming Russell’s Relationship With Their Son

Ciara has reacted to Future dissing her for letting her new man, Russell Wilson take care of their son. She told CBS:

It’s been very interesting to hear what a lot of guys have had to say,’ ‘I feel like in a sense it’s a bit of a double standard, because at one point in time when we were together, I took care of his kids as well – at a very young time in our relationship.”I was involved very early in the stage of us getting to know each other,’ she said. 

Future had said earlier:‘If I was a kid, and my momma had some dude pushing me, I would’ve jumped out the stroller and slapped the sh*t out of him.’

Ciara Speaks About Her “Future” With Russell Wilson & Being Celibate

Ciara is candidly sharing about her relationship with boyfriend and Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson. Their relationship attracted attention last month when the NFL star revealed during a Q&A session at San Diego’s Rock Church that he and Ciara, who have been dating for over half a year, were trying to be celibate.

“It was one of those things where it was an organic conversation he was having. I don’t think he expected to talk about it either, but I guess he’s just speaking the reality of what is going on,” Ciara said. “It was at church, and I think the cool thing is just that being able to share our journey with other people like us.”

While they are Christians and believe in God, Ciara said their decision was also driven by the desire to get to know and love each other based on a “solid foundation.”

“It’s a great challenge, I can definitely say that, but it’s awesome because we get to learn, we get to really challenge ourselves,” Ciara said.

Ciara also opened up about her ex-fiancé, rapper Future, amid rumors that he’s upset she’s introduced their 1-year-old son to her new beau.

“I feel like in a sense, it’s a bit of a double standard because at one point in time when we were together, I took care of his kids as well at a very young time in our relationship,” Ciara said

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Davido Hangs Out With US Rapper, Future (PHOTOS)

Davido met  U.S. rapper, Future. He shared a picture of his meeting with rapper on Instagram.

Future released his debut album Pluto, in  April 2012, and the album was later re-packaged in November, as Pluto 3D.  His second album Honest, was released in April 2014. He unexpectedly released his third album, DS2, in July 2015, which earned him his first No. 1 on the Billboard 200.



Quality Husbands Will Be Scarce In Nigeria In The Near Future – Catholic Women’s Group Leader Says

According to the National President of the Council of Catholic Women Organisation of Nigeria,Chief Felicia Onyeabo, there will be a scarcity of quality husbands in Nigeria in the near future following the increasing number of male dropouts from schools in the last 10 years. Mrs Onyeabo said this at a press briefing to herald the inauguration of a catholic school in Abuja last week

“The future of this country is going to be very bleak for the male-child. How many girls do you see hawking clothes? Go to Onitsha, they are all men. We have looked round and have come to see that there is a neglect of boys in education. Who are the armed robbers on the streets? They are mostly the boys. Let us concentrate on training boys.
The NCCWO feels that a vacuum is being created, and very soon, we shall be faced with a situation where our educated girl-child will not find a corresponding suitable boy-child to marry. This is because more boys drop out of school, apparently because the high rate of unemployed youth discourages our young boys from appreciating the need to be educated. The NCCWO also considers the fact that in the near future, quality husbands will become extremely scarce, with too many highly educated women looking for husbands, and settling for anyhow husbands, just to get married. The result of this type of situation is better imagined and will not augur well for Nigerians.”she said.

Photos Of Ciara’s New Boo & Baby Future Upsets Future

With Ciara’s baby daddy, Future, out of the picture, her new man Russell Wilson is really stepping it up.

The very in-love, very abstinent Seattle Seahawks quarterback got a visit from his girlfriend and her 1-year-old son, Future Zahir, at training camp over the weekend. Could that matching pint-sized jersey be any cuter?

For the most part, people on Twitter couldn’t stop fawning over the lovable snaps, including model Amber Rose (herself the supposed subject of a diss track by ex-husband Wiz Khalifa and Future).
Future apparently got wind of the pictures, too, which he appeared to address in a series ofexpletive-laden tweets.

“Never make a permanent decision over a temporary circumstance. #umtoobossedup. Don’t direct my tweets to kno punk (expletive) hoe. … Dis internet (expletive) mad funny Yo!”


Nigerians Will Value Jonathan In Future, Says Ex Minister

Erstwhile Minister of Police Affairs, Alaowei Broderick Bozimo, has described the outgoing president Goodluck Jonathan as a hero of democracy, saying that Nigerians will in distant time value him for his love and sacrifice for the country.

Bozimo stated this in Erhowha, Isoko South Local Government Area, Delta State, during the burial of his late father in-law, Chief Ezekiel Ukodie.

According to him, it was wrong to blame the worsening security situation in Nigeria on President Jonathan’s lack of courage or selfish political considerations.

He also said nobody should be held responsible for the acitivities of the Boko Haram sect in the country.

Bozimo, however, flayed the United States for its insincerity to Nigeria in the country’s efforts to muster international support to fight the Boko Haram insurgency.

He said: “You can see what is happening all over the world. I doubt if it is because of economic circumstances. I don’t subscribe to that. When I left (as Police Affairs Minister) in 2007, Boko Haram had just started rearing its ugly head. They were coming in from the Borno axis and I visited there. They burnt down police stations.

“We thought it wasn’t serious or that it was a passing thing, we did the best to arrest the situation. So, I don’t think it is about unemployment”.

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Finally! Ciara Breaks Silence On Broken Engagement With Future

It has been close to a year since Ciara and Future called off their engagement and with the exception of Cici’s telling single “I Bet,” the two have remained tight lipped about the split. However, the singer decided to break her silence during a recent interview with Power 105.1’s The Breakfast Club.

On the breakup:

Well you know, I mean it clearly didn’t work out but I have the greatest gift, the greatest joy of my life, which is my son. Honestly, I feel like everything that happens in life happens for a reason and my son has been the greatest gift that God has given me in my life. He has been the most game-changing thing that has happened to my life in a necessary way. And that’s pretty much what happened.

On what went wrong with Future:

You know I can’t really break all of that down because I don’t even think it really matters, especially when the ending is as great as it is: my son. That what worked out. My son.

On her current relationship with Future:

We’re cool. You know what it is, we have a child together and as a parent, it’s important to be able to communicate. We don’t talk every day. There’s no need to, but my son is clearly the connection between he and I and as parents, I think it’s important to be able to communicate.

I like to stay happy and live life light. I think that when you carry a certain type of energy or you carry a funky energy that you hold onto within yourself, you just can’t grow. You can’t really move like you need to. So for me, I just like to be happy and cool with pretty much everybody and that’s just pretty much it.

On what she learned after the split and becoming a mother:

You live and you learn. My son has given me so much clarity. Now I feel like I’m a full-on woman. You don’t really understand what that means until a few things happen to you in life and my son has given me so much clarity. I couldn’t be any more clear than I needed to be–like needed to be. A lot of things that I don’t want, I really know and I’m clear about recognizing them when I see them. And I know a lot of things that I do want and what I hope for and I won’t move or budge until I get it. I think that’s kind of what happened with my son. He makes me like, I have to make the right decisions.

On dating again and the right time to introduce a man to her son:

I think it’s all about when it feels right.

On if she falls in love fast:

I think it’s just about going with the flow. I was a person who would be super hard. I would darn near date for a year before going to the next place. For me, I think with life you can’t really call it. You don’t know what a situation is going to be. You can take a year or you can take six months or you can take two. My dad, after knowing my mom for nine days, they were married and they’ve been together for 31 years. You never know. I’m not going to put a time limit on when I can do something. I’ve been experimenting over life, clearly, and I’m still trying to figure it all out.

On if she’d date another industry man:

You know, never say never but I do think that you gotta switch it up a bit.

On ignoring red flags like a man with kids by multiple women:

I’m human and I went with love in that situation. I think that you can be with someone who has no kids and they can be the biggest jerk in the world. He can be super wealthy and be the biggest jerk in the world. You can’t really call it. At the end of the day, I go with love and I think my son’s father had the greatest intentions to love me. A beautiful thing came from that. That’s just kind of how I see it.

On if she stays in touch with the moms of Future’s other children:

You know, I’m really focused on raising my son right now and being the best mom I can be. There is one mom though, of the kids, that I got along with really well and when I see her, we definitely get along really good. It’s all about the kids anyway so truthfully, whatever’s the right thing to do when the situation calls for it, you just do it.


Out with the old, in with the new.

Hey guys!

I finally finished editing pictures from my last photoshoot. I know it took a while, but I got there in the end. I figured some of you might be a bit used to seeing Comfort’s face, but don’t worry, I’ve got something different for you next week.

I had a great time editing these pictures and it brought back good memories. It also made me think of the future. I’ve been thinking of various photoshoot ideas. I noticed I have some sort of “natural hair” theme going on, so I’ve decided to do a photoshoot about different shades of black. I’m hoping to do this during the summer because it’s the only time the sun comes out in London.

I am excited about what the future holds for me regarding my photography. Not just because of my photoshoot ideas, but because people have been asking me for my business card (which I’m going to make as soon as possible). I have a friend who comes from a large family and they tend to throw big parties, so she has asked me to take pictures for them. I’ve also been asked to do a family photoshoot and I’ve agreed to take pictures of some custom made handbags for my friend’s mum.

Things are looking up for me right now, but unfortunately I have exams coming up, so this is a real test of my time-management skills. Right now, I’m just looking forward to finishing school and having the whole summer to work on my photography.

Anyway, enjoy the pictures below and keep looking out for better things to come!

I think pictures look more beautiful when the models laugh.