Tag: Adaeze Elechi
All the traumatizing things that happen when people dare to rip down solid walls of segregation.
Don Belton’s “Voodoo for Charles,” is a moving depiction of the lesson my father taught me to fight to save loved ones from the trappings of poverty.
This album of fingerstyle guitar compositions is genuine and youthful, and you can hear that Giacomo Fiore has poured himself into each pluck of each string.
Not only is this book a man’s disassembling and reassembling of himself, and his struggle to maintain sanity; it is also a glimpse into Nigeria’s days of tumultuous infancy.
At the end of the day, the characters in GraceLand desire the same things as everyone else: warm meals, a comfortable bed to sleep in, and the freedom to be who they are.
The Neverending Story will make you remember the reality of fantasy when you begin to ask yourself some of the questions posed to Atreyu and Bastian Balthazar Bux.
I recommend Asa’s self-titled debut album because there are some things that are too stunning not to be shared.