A million burning questions Thousand conspiracy theories One truth Great minds cannot decipher your mystery, your truth is hard to find Lost souls seek your guidance Broken spirits ask for deliverance Skeptical minds search for a sign, a visual perception, certainty that the idea of your existence is not based on a fallacy Thrown in … Continue reading Blasphemy? Maybe Not
Sayhu, born in Atlanta, Georgia but raised in the smiling coast of West Africa, is an upcoming Gambian/American Rapper based in Charlotte, NC. Having been inspired by music from a young age, Sayhu took up rapping at the age 16 His first official visual release in 2013, titled 'Motherland' was off his debut project 'The … Continue reading A Conversation With SayHu-Young Fedora
Do you ever wake up with energy ready to burst and a mindset to conquer the world? Promising yourself that the day that lies ahead would be filled with productive decisions and interesting encounters, positive vibes and beautiful people But life comes around and knocks at your door, bringing with it this thing called reality … Continue reading Motivation-In Case You Need It
Fragments of your presence
recur through my mind
reviving the ruins of hate/love mingled.
Pieces of your perplexed love,
scattered throughout my mind
leaving me in a state of confusion,
I can’t figure you out.
It could be,
that forever you linger
in straight paths of memory
When we were together.
Debilitated by the lack of my willpower.
Reminiscing from the historic,
How you captivated me with your scene.
We were building at one point
but it seems like it was only one of us putting in effort.
Seems like only one of us cared about the destruction of our love.
a impaired sample,
in the ruins of my heart
flashback of how we collapsed
amplified the memories
I struggled to obstruct.
Motionless as I think,
sensual moments, tender pleasures.
my body deny’s loosening ceased,
remembering your love
so soothing but, I guess I was your something
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If you have been taking part in social media discussions, especially twitter, you may have noticed that the issue of 'body count' comes up as a topic of discussion ever so often. Body count basically refers to the number of people one has slept with. Due to the way society is set up; sexual repression … Continue reading Sexual Repression And Objectification of Women
Jamaican music and culture has had a huge influence on The Gambian music scene for as long as I can remember. I can vividly recall my dad listening to the likes of Peter Tosh, Dennis Brown , Cocoa Tea and Musical Youth every morning as I get ready for school back in the 1990’s. From … Continue reading Gambia-The Second Jamaica
So last night, when insomnia persistently took over, I stumbled across an article on the web outlining the sexual exploitation faced by children as young as 10 years old in The Gambia. I was greatly shocked and disgusted when it was revealed that the main culprits of these heinous activities are non other than holiday … Continue reading Child Exploitation In The Gambia?