La La Land sweeps Critics’ Choice prize

By BBC Musical movie La La Land has picked up eight awards at the Critics' Choice Awards including best film. Damien Chazelle was named best director but the film's stars, Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone, missed...

Singer Prince died of overdose

By BBC US singer Prince died from an accidental overdose of the painkiller fentanyl, medical examiners have found. The report, from the Midwest Medical Examiner's Office in Minnesota, comes more than a month after the singer...

How the mouse came to live alongside humans

By BBC Mice have been living alongside humans for 15,000 years, according to fossil evidence. This is earlier than previously thought - and predates the dawn of agriculture. Scientists believe wild mice crept into settlements in the...

Katy Perry live streams herself for 72 hours

By BBC Entertainment Yes, that is actually Katy Perry, actually asleep on an actual bed. Yes it may be slightly creepy but the singer is marking the release of her new album, Witness, today by...

A look into China’s National Traditional Orchestra

By Eric Biegon in Beijing, China It is a worldwide spectacle. One that has lived many generations, yet it remains hugely popular among the people of the Republic of China. The National Traditional Chinese Orchestra...

Beyonce shares first pictures of twins

By BBC Beyonce has shared the first picture of herself with her twins to celebrate them turning one month old. The US singer also confirmed they are called Sir Carter and Rumi - which had been...

Coke Studio Africa to end with an all-female show

Coke Studio Africa consciously empowered and celebrated women this season  The 2019 edition of Coke Studio Africa has featured Africa’s greatest talents and created career breaks for many of this continent’s new acts, but what it...
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Odi pop is here to stay just ask Koroga

Odi pop, former underground genre, is making its way to becoming mainstream one Nairobi prestigious music festival at a time Odi pop or Odi style is a new genre of music that is making a...

Australia paper defends ‘racist’ cartoon

By BBC One of Australia's most prominent cartoonists is under fire for an unflattering drawing of an Indigenous man. A Bill Leak cartoon published in The Australian newspaper on Thursday depicts an Aboriginal man who has...

Why are some Nigerians so offended by a hug?

By BBC A hug between a man and a woman may not raise eyebrows in some cultures, but reactions in northern Nigeria to one of their favourite actresses engaging in such affectionate behaviour have been...
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