Meet the King of Ajebota – West Don, of Cameroon
Colourful Cameroonian musician West Don is popularly known as the “King of Ajebota” after his most popular song of the same name from his first album. Ajebota is a slang word for girls from rich families who live cushioned lives.
Meet Cameroonian songstress Gasha – diva with golden voice
She released her last single titled “Champion” recently to rave reviews. Since her seminal hit single “Kaki Mbere”, Douala based musician Gasha has been churning hit after hit and does not plan to stop anytime soon.
She says she plays “special ” music and is hugely influenced by many American soul musicians including Tracy Chapman
But just who is this slightly built girl with a big voice?
Continental Radio Station UK based showbiz report ,Francis Ngwa Niba, went behind the scenes for this special jam session with Gasha
Why Africans bleach their skin to become ‘whites’
Loathe it or like it, some Africans will always bleach their skin to become white regardless of the consequence.
Listen to the views on Africans vis-à-vis skin bleaching
Franco and the TP OK Jazz sweet memories revisited.
Franco and the TP OK Jazz dominated African music in the 60s, 70s and 80s.
Listen to ‘Walk Down Memory Lane on Continental Radio Station and recall your sweet and glorious memories or indeed learn about the originators of Congolese rhumba music.
Should Pastors Buy Private Jets while Congregants Languish In Poverty?
Listen to the views of Africans regarding the acquisition of private jets by Pastors
Should homosexuality be legal in Africa – The people have their say.
The African continent was once known as the continent where traditional values, cultural and religious beliefs reigned supreme.
But at the turn of the century, there has been slow but steady invasion of what some call ‘western concepts’. Some of these so called foreign values have brought an avalanche of controversy.
In Europe and other parts of the world, being gay or lesbian is considered as a human right, but in Africa, it is human vice.
Listen to what Africans think of homosexuality in the continent.