Saturday 9th of December 2023

Nairobi, Kenya

Champagne Day Celebrations Across Africa Were Dazzling, Combining A Shared Passion For Sustainability With The Savoir-faire Of Moët & Chandon.

In stunning Champagne Day celebrations across Africa, a mutual love of sustainability and the savoir-faire of Moët & Chandon mingled.
Moët & Chandon, the world’s best champagne for celebration, was served as glasses were raised across Africa on October 27 to commemorate Champagne Day.
Because of its mastery, savoir-faire, and reverence for terroir, the Maison has been associated with great winemaking for almost three centuries. Regarding sustainability as the cornerstone of its future vision, Moët & Chandon is also acknowledged as an innovator in the vineyards and cellar.

As Friends of the House gathered in each nation to celebrate the enduring qualities of Maison’s iconic wines and the timeless nature of marking special and historic moments with champagne, these distinctive qualities were highlighted as part of this year’s Champagne Day festivities.
As we are in 2023, toasts were made at 20:23, appropriately honoring Moët & Chandon’s milestone 280th anniversary since its founding in Epernay, France, in 1743. Guests were invited to arrive at celebrations across Africa at 17:43.

Friends of the Maison gathered at opulent locations across Nigeria, Ghana, Kenya, Tanzania, Cameroon, Ivory Coast, and South Africa, celebrating Champagne Day and honoring the legacy and sophistication of Moët & Chandon, united by a shared appreciation for the joy of champagne.
Chandon has become essential to savoring all of life’s most exquisite moments.
The events were hosted by Nigerian humanitarian and actress Osas Ighodaro, Kenyan media figurehead Nambitha Ben-Mazwi, the celebrated South African actress Anita Nderu, Fredy Manyongo, a businessman and model from Cameroon, Delali Damessi from Lydia Laryea from Ghana, George Williams from Tanzania, and Ivory Coast.

The hosts got to retell the best parts of their trip to Epernay earlier in the year when they had the unique opportunity to see the annual harvest and cellar operations up close, to guests at their individual celebrations.
Examining the Maison’s innovative agroecology program was a major component of their schedule.
Moët & Chandon’s Natura Nostra initiative aims to protect Champagne’s distinct natural legacy.
With the goal of increasing biodiversity in Champagne, this program aims to quicken the ecological transition.

The venues for each regional celebration, which ranged from the Hyatt Regency in Dar es Salaam to the Tribe Hotel in Nairobi and The Westcliff in Johannesburg, perfectly captured Maison’s philosophy of nature in balance with elegance.
Regardless of their nationality, the attendees shared a common fondness for champagne, valued Maison’s connection to the terroir, and recognized the significance of conserving the environment for posterity, all in true African style.

According to Aimee Kellen, Head of Consumer Engagement for Moët Hennessy Africa and the Middle East, “Champagne Day is an opportunity not only to celebrate how we have shaped the industry but also to communicate our Natura Nostra program and sustainability efforts to ensure that the joy of Moët & Chandon continues to be shared with Africa and the world.” The Maison has a rich history of winemaking excellence.
“In this most memorable of celebrations, links between our past and present were honored, with Moët & Chandon remaining as timeless and contemporary as ever today.”

About Moët & Chandon
Claude Moët founded Moët & Chandon in 1743, and his descendant Jean-Remy Moët brought the company to a global level of recognition with his vision of “sharing the effervescence of Champagne with the world.”
From red carpets to royal courts, Studio 54 to Grand Slams, Moët & Chandon has been uniting people around incredible, exhilarating moments.
The House has the most expansive and varied collection of champagnes for any taste and occasion, sourced from the most diverse and large-scale vineyards in the area.

Every creation in white and rosé is easy to adore, ranging from the classic Moët Impérial to the sophisticated Grand Vintage Collection, the cool Moët Ice Impérial to the soft Nectar Impérial, and the multifaceted Collection Impériale, the most recent manifestation of the House’s Haute Oenologie, which dazzles and delights with a wide range of flavors and aromas to capture the astounding breadth of its terroir.

Since 2009, Moët & Chandon has partnered with the House to support charitable causes through Toast for a Cause and works to protect biodiversity in the area through Natura Nostra, their long-term sustainability program.
For almost 300 years, Moët & Chandon has been the preferred champagne to commemorate historical moments as well as individual joys, adding a lively touch to every toast.

Content courtesy of  Moët & Chandon & NFH

A Year After Its Official Launch In Nairobi, Walker Town Celebrates Its Anniversary.

Through its Johnnie Walker brand, Kenya Breweries Limited (KBL) has announced the return of the much-awaited Walker Town concert.
The most recent installment is scheduled to take place at the Uhuru Gardens grounds in Nairobi on September 30, 2023.
Walker Town is commemorating its first year in existence, which is a big milestone. The production has been a smashing success, enthralling audiences in numerous locations, including Eldoret, Meru, and Nakuru.
Walker Town’s core mission is to provide visitors with an amazing experience while fostering close relationships through music and cultural encounters.
Walker Town is more than simply a concert; it’s a trip into an immersive universe where Johnnie Walker’s distinctive flavors take center stage.


Walker Town will feature a Flavour Lounge setup where guests can enjoy and explore the brand’s finest cocktail creations and specially selected whisky food combinations that will improve the experience.
This will let guests fully immerse themselves in the world of Johnnie Walker.

A diverse lineup of performances by local and foreign artists, as well as DJs, will make for an electrifying variety show.
The event this year is expected to include a star-studded lineup, featuring Nyashinski (a brand ambassador for Johnnie Walker), Tiwa Savage, a recognized Nigerian afro-pop sensation, Fally Ipupa, and the electrifying South African female DJ duo TxC, among others.

Along with them, there will be entertaining events like gaming, fashion shows, and art exhibits that will improve the whole Walker Town experience.
Acting Marketing Manager for Johnnie Walker, Victoria Mbugua, said in a statement announcing the return of Walker Town: “Johnnie Walker believes in taking risks, and the Walker Town Nairobi edition embodies our dedication to providing our fans with life-changing experiences.
Attendees can count on nothing less than the best, from the entertainment to the overall Walker Town experience, as with our previous Walker Town events.
We encourage all partygoers to join us for this unique event because we have an exciting lineup of both regional and worldwide musicians.

Tickets for the event are available at TicketSasa.com, with General Area – JW Flavour Studio tickets (regular) going for Kshs 2,000 and the VIP JW Flavour Lounge tickets (regular) at Kshs 8,000.

Content courtesy of The Walker Town Concert & NFH

The Top 10 Worst Dressed Celebrities At the MTV Video Music Awards VMAs 2023 Red Carpet

The MTV Video Music Awards 2023, was another important night for the music business. A-profile celebrities including Taylor Swift, Bad Bunny, Olivia Rodrigo, Doja Cat, Sam Smith, Beyoncé, and many others are included on this year’s list of nominations. Also scheduled to play at the awards ceremony are Fall Out Boy, Stray Kids, Karol G, Maneskin, and others. Of course, the red carpet is where most of the excitement for many VMAs viewers occurs before the show even starts.

Every year, the VMAs feature a plethora of fashion failures and hits, and 2023 is no exception. While some attendees are killing the night, others are falling flat with the audience.

The MTV Video Music Awards arrived at the Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey, just as fashion fatigue was starting to set in on Day Five of New York Fashion Week.
The red carpet at the VMAs is known for being the wildest and most daring, with a few stylish moments sandwiched in amongst all the mayhem.

These included Saweetie and Lil Nas X wearing just-off-the-runway Palomo Spain and Area, respectively; Dove Cameron in a black slinky Coach dress; Shakira in a golden Versace; Annita in a major Schiaparelli; Karol G in Ashi Studio; Selena Gomez in Oscar de la Renta; and Olivia Rodrigo in Ludovic de Saint Sernin.

They can’t all be winners, though, and as is typical with the VMAs, some looks went awry. Chase Stokes wins points for being the dashing number-one fan of his girlfriend Kelsea Ballerini, but his red long suit jacket number left us wanting more. NSYNC showed up looking like various shades of blueberry sherbet in their coordinating suits.
Emily Ratajkowski, Yung Miami, Rita Ora, and Doja Cat also found themselves on the worst-dressed list.

Shakira was the night’s big honoree, taking home the Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award. Ice Spice won Best New Artist, while it was a big night for her seatmate, Swift, who won Video of the Year, song of the Year, and Best Pop Video, among others, bringing home a total of nine wins. And of course, the reunion of NSYNC was one of the most talked about moments of the night. But best dressed, they were not.

1. Nicki Minaj
2. Justina Valentine
3. Bebe Rexha
4. Selena Gomez
5. Saweetie
6. Ice Spice
7. GloRilla
8. Shenseea
9. Doechii
10. Tinashè
11. Hugo Gloss
12. Amelia Dimoldenberg
13. Bebe Rexha
14. Ts Madison
15. NLE Choppa
16. The Warning
17. Offset
18. Jimbo
19. Pretty Vee
20. Young Prince
21. Ashanti
22. Kelsea Ballerini
23. French Montana
24. Kaliii
25. Stray Kids
26. Rita Ora
27. Sasha Colby
28. Anitta
29. Cardi B
30. Reneé Rapp
31. Tomorrow X Together
32. Megan Thee Stallion
33. Shakira
34. Coco Jones
35. Sabrina Carpenter
36. Olivia Rodrigo
37. Karol G
38. Kathy Hilton
39. Måneskin
40. Tayshia Adams
41. Madelyn Cline
42. Demi Lovato

The 2023 VMAs red carpet has arrived to satisfy your urge to critique celebrity clothes, just in case New York Fashion Week wasn’t enough for you.
There isn’t really a better way to spend Fashion Month than sitting in front of your computer browsing through the “lewks,” as this red carpet is infamous for producing some of the best (and, ahem, worst) red carpet looks of the year.

Olivia Rodrigo and Doja Cat were early arrivals to the VMAs red carpet, strutting their stuff over two and a half hours before showtime (we love prompt stars! ), and taking fans by surprise with their outfit selections. Do you consider them winners as well? Make up your own mind by scrolling through every piece of 2023 VMAs apparel.

Content courtesy of NFH Digital Team



Full List of Vmas Winners: Winners for 2023 Mtv Video Music Awards

At the 2023 MTV Video Music Awards, Taylor Swift broke all previous records by taking home a record-tying nine Moon Persons. She now shares the record for the most victories in a single episode with Michael Jackson and moves up to second place among all artists in the show’s history, just behind Madonna.
Swift received awards for Video of the Year, Song of the Year, Artist of the Year, Best Pop, Best Cinematography, Best Direction, Best Visual Effects, Best Editing, and Best Direction. Since the video and song are what she is concentrating on for big accolades, her single “Anti-Hero” won in the majority of categories.
She won nine out of the 11 awards for which she and her work were nominated at the 2023 MTV VMAs.

Taylor Swift’s nine wins at the 2023 MTV VMAs brought her lifetime total to 23, second only to Beyoncé’s 30.
Other major winners at the annual ceremony that celebrates all things connected to music videos included Ice Spice as Best New Artist, K-pop stars like Stray Kids and Tomorrow X Together taking home prizes, and host Nicki Minaj earning another honor for Best Hip-Hop.

Here are all the winners of the 2023 MTV VMAs:


  • Doja Cat – “Attention”
  • Miley Cyrus – “Flowers”
  • Nicki Minaj – “Super Freaky Girl”
  • Olivia Rodrigo – “vampire”
  • Sam Smith, Kim Petras – “Unholy”
  • SZA – “Kill Bill”
  • Taylor Swift – “Anti-Hero”  WINNER


  • Beyoncé
  • Doja Cat
  • Karol G
  • Nicki Minaj
  • Shakira
  • Taylor Swift


  • Miley Cyrus – “Flowers”
  • Olivia Rodrigo – “vampire”
  • Rema & Selena Gomez – “Calm Down”
  • Sam Smith, Kim Petras – “Unholy”
  • Steve Lacy – “Bad Habit”
  • SZA – “Kill Bill”
  • Taylor Swift – “Anti-Hero” WINNER


  • GloRilla
  • Ice Spice WINNER
  • Kaliii
  • Peso Pluma
  • PinkPantheress
  • Reneé Rapp


  • August 2022: Saucy Santana – “Booty”
  • September 2022: Stephen Sanchez – “Until I Found You”
  • October 2022: JVKE – “golden hour”
  • November 2022: Flo Milli – “Conceited”
  • December 2022: Reneé Rapp – “Colorado”
  • January 2023: Sam Ryder – “All The Way Over”
  • February 2023: Armani White – “GOATED”
  • March 2023: Fletcher – “Becky’s So Hot”
  • April 2023: Tomorrow X Together – “Sugar Rush Ride”  WINNER
  • May 2023: Ice Spice – “Princess Diana”
  • June 2023: FLO – “Losing You”
  • July 2023: Lauren Spencer Smith – “That Part”


  • David Guetta & Bebe Rexha – “I’m Good (Blue)”
  • Post Malone, Doja Cat – “I Like You (A Happier Song)”
  • Diddy ft. Bryson Tiller, Ashanti, Yung Miami – “Gotta Move On”
  • Karol G, Shakira – “TQG” WINNER
  • Metro Boomin with The Weeknd, 21 Savage, and Diddy – “Creepin’ (Remix)”
  • Rema & Selena Gomez – “Calm Down”


  • Demi Lovato – “Swine”
  • Dua Lipa – “Dance The Night (From Barbie The Album)”
  • Ed Sheeran – “Eyes Closed”
  • Miley Cyrus – “Flowers”
  • Olivia Rodrigo – “vampire”
  • P!NK – “Trustfall”
  • Taylor Swift – “Anti-Hero” WINNER


  • Diddy ft. Bryson Tiller, Ashanti, Yung Miami – “Gotta Move On”
  • DJ Khaled ft. Drake & Lil Baby – “Staying Alive”
  • GloRilla & Cardi B – “Tomorrow 2”
  • Lil Uzi Vert – “Just Wanna Rock”
  • Lil Wayne ft. Swizz Beatz & DMX – “Kant Nobody”
  • Metro Boomin ft Future – “Superhero (Heroes and Villains)”
  • Nicki Minaj – “Super Freaky Girl”  WINNER


  • Alicia Keys ft. Lucky Daye – “Stay”
  • Chlöe ft. Chris Brown – “How Does It Feel”
  • Metro Boomin with The Weeknd, 21 Savage, and Diddy – “Creepin’ (Remix)”
  • SZA – “Shirt” WINNER
  • Toosii – “Favorite Song”
  • Yung Bleu & Nicki Minaj


  • Foo Fighters – “The Teacher”
  • Linkin Park – “Lost (Original Version)”
  • Red Hot Chili Peppers – “Tippa My Tongue”
  • Måneskin – “The Loneliest” WINNER
  • Metallica – “Lux Æterna”
  • Muse – “You Make Me Feel Like It’s Halloween”


  • Anitta – “Funk Rave”  WINNER
  • Bad Bunny – “Where she goes”
  • Eslabon Armado, Peso Pluma – “Ella Baila Sola” –
  • Bad Bunny – “un x100to”
  • Karol G, Shakira – “TQG”
  • Rosalía – “Despechá”
  • Shakira – “Acróstico”


  • Ayra Starr – “Rush”
  • Burna Boy – “It’s Plenty”
  • Davido ft. Musa Keys – “Unavailable”
  • Fireboy DML & Asake – “Bandana”
  • Libianca – “People”
  • Rema & Selena Gomez – “Calm Down”  WINNER
  • Wizkid ft. Ayra Starr– “2 Sugar”


  • aespa – “Girls”
  • BLACKPINK – “Pink Venom”
  • FIFTY FIFTY – “Cupid”
  • SEVENTEEN – “Super”
  • Stray Kids – “S-Class”  WINNER
  • TOMORROW X TOGETHER – “Sugar Rush Ride”

Video for Good

  • Alicia Keys — If I Ain’t Got You (Orchestral)
  • Bad Bunny — “El Apagón — Aquí Vive Gente”
  • Demi Lovato — “Swine”
  • WINNER: Dove Cameron — “Breakfast”
  • Imagine Dragons — “Crushed”
  • Maluma — “La Reina”

Best Direction

  • Doja Cat — “Attention” — Directed by Tanu Muiño
  • Drake — “Falling Back” — Directed by Director X (Julien Christian Lutz)
  • Kendrick Lamar — “Count Me Out” — Directed by Dave Free & Kendrick Lamar
  • Megan Thee Stallion — “Her” — Directed by Colin Tilley
  • Sam Smith, Kim Petras — “Unholy” — Directed by Floria Sigismondi
  • SZA — “Kill Bill” — Directed by Christian Breslauer
  • WINNER: Taylor Swift — “Anti-Hero” — Directed by Taylor Swift

Best Cinematography

  • Adele — “I Drink Wine” — Cinematography by Adam Newport-Berra
  • Ed Sheeran — “Eyes Closed” — Cinematography by Natasha Baier
  • Janelle Monae — “Lipstick Lover” — Cinematography by Allison Anderson
  • Kendrick Lamar — “Count Me Out” — Cinematography by Adam Newport-Berra
  • Miley Cyrus — “Flowers” — Cinematography by Marcell Rev
  • Olivia Rodrigo — “vampire” — Cinematography by Russ Fraser
  • WINNER: Taylor Swift — “Anti-Hero” — Cinematography by Rina Yang

Best visual effects

  • Fall Out Boy — “Love From The Other Side” — Visual effects by Thomas Bailey and Josh Shaffner
  • Harry Styles — “Music For A Sushi Restaurant” — Visual effects by Chelsea Delfino and Black Kite Studios
  • Melanie Martinez — “VOID” — Visual effects by Carbon
  • Nicki Minaj — “Super Freaky Girl” — Visual effects by Max Colt and Sergio Mashevskyi
  • Sam Smith, Kim Petras — “Unholy” — Visual effects by Max Colt / FRENDER
  • WINNER: Taylor Swift — “Anti-Hero” — Visual effects by Parliament

Best choreography

  • WINNER: BLACKPINK — “Pink Venom” — Choreography by Kiel Tutin, Sienna Lalau, Lee Jung (YGX), Taryn Cheng (YGX)
  • Dua Lipa — “Dance The Night (From Barbie The Album)” — Choreography by Charm LaDonna
  • Jonas Brothers — “Waffle House” — Choreography by Jerry Reece
  • Megan Thee Stallion — “Her” — Choreography by Sean Bankhead
  • Panic! At The Disco — “Middle Of A Breakup” — Choreography by Monika Felice Smith
  • Sam Smith, Kim Petras — “Unholy” — Choreography by (LA)HORDE — Marine Brutti, Jonathan Debrouwer, Arthur Harel

Best art direction

  • boygenius — “the film” — Art direction by Jen Dunlap
  • BLACKPINK — “Pink Venom” — Art direction by Seo Hyun Seung (GIGANT)
  • WINNER: Doja Cat — “Attention” — Art direction by Spencer Graves
  • Lana Del Rey ft. Jon Batiste — “Candy Necklace” — Art direction by Brandon Mendez
  • Megan Thee Stallion — “Her” — Art direction by Niko Philipides
  • SZA — “Shirt” — Art direction by Kate Bunch

Best Editing

  • BLACKPINK — “Pink Venom” — Edited by Seo Hyun Seung (GIGANT)
  • Kendrick Lamar — “Rich Spirit” — Edited by Grason Caldwell
  • Miley Cyrus — “River” — Edited by Brandan Walter
  • WINNER: Olivia Rodrigo — “vampire” — Edited by Sofia Kerpan and David Checel
  • SZA — “Kill Bill” — Edited by Luis Caraza Peimbert
  • Taylor Swift — “Anti-Hero” — Edited by Chancler Haynes

Content courtesy of Today, CNN & NFH

Pamoja Women Organize the First African Cultural Day.

Pamoja Women celebrated African Cultural Day for the first time ever in Rochester.

The co-founders of the group intend to make it an annual event because it was such a success.
The diverse African groups gathered at Rochester’s Peace Plaza for a celebration that was accompanied by food, music, and laughter.

People were greeted by the aroma of traditional African food as soon as they stepped foot in the square.
Six distinct traditional African dances were performed on stage throughout the day.
“Pamoja Women serves these communities, and it’s amazing how that when we needed them, they came through,” said Khadija Ali, a co-founder of Pamoja Women.

The organization works to support and uplift Rochester women and girls of East African descent.
Khadija Ali remarked, “You would see all kinds of ladies who are like, you know, entrepreneurial minds, that actually came today and sold stuff that they did not have the confidence to do at first.
Women and girls in vibrant traditional clothing may be seen all around the plaza as you go around.
Some of them participated in the Sudan fashion show, and one woman even got married.

“We had a wedding ceremony that is known as a ‘jerteg,’ which is kind of peculiar in Sudan. According to Alaa Ali, who organized the Sudan Fashion Show, the bride “wears all red and kind of a gold hat.”

Sudan, Somalia, and Ethiopia had the three largest cultural representations, but Pamoja Women expects that next year there will be even more.
Khadija Ali remarked, “I just hope every year it becomes better and better and better.
Pamoja Women would like to extend their gratitude to the people of Rochester, each of their sponsors, and the various African communities that attended in order to make the event a success.

Content courtesy of ABC 6 News & NFH

Diamond Platnumz – Achii ft. Koffi Olomide: True Definition Of African Fashion Sapeur To The World

Legendary Tanzanian singer, songwriter, and WCB Wasafi CEO, Diamond Platnumz lights up the music stage with a brand new breathtaking single tagged “Achii.”

In this sweet-sounding version, he tapped on the musical dexterities of  Koffi Olomide, a very talented Congolese soukous singer, dancer, producer, and composer.

Furthermore, this new release serves as a follow-up to “My Baby (Remix),” his previous delivery which featured the musical talents of Nigerian music sensation, Chike.
The production credit of this track goes to multi-skilled Tanzanian record producer, Lizer Classic.
Over and above that, this new musical composition is sure to entice you. Nonetheless, you can add to your music collection if you appreciate good music.

           Diamond Platnumz Ft. Koffi Olomide – Achii (Official Music Video)

Content courtesy of NFH Digital Team

Kaveve Kazoze Rieng Genje By Spider Clan

In the ever-evolving music industry, Mary Ngesh is a name that has just begun to get the attention of Gengetone enthusiasts.

Ngesh, the online sensation made famous for her witty lyrics in “Rieng Genje,” is currently working to perfect her smile. After having braces for her teeth, she is now smiling with joy and confidence.

Ngesh wasted no time in informing her followers about her new appearance, which inevitably sparked a lot of online discussions. The youthful entertainer didn’t waste any time informing her fans of her new appearance, and it rapidly gained attention online.

The band is known as Spider Clan and their popular song is titled “Rieng Genje.” Since its debut one month ago, it has received 1.9 million views.
Additionally, they have noticed an increase in subscribers, who are currently at 41k. The information was made public on Saturday during their appearance on KTN’s Str8up show.

Ngesh, Banguz, Ngesh, Nguzu, and Mosray make up the Spider Clan’s four members.
Ngesh, Mguzu, and Mosray are siblings who mentioned having musical genius in their genes.

According to the information they provided to KTN, they are a musical family. One of the brothers said, “Ni kitu hamjui, huyu ni siz yangu na huyu ni bro.”

Banguz is a neighbor and the last member. They entered the world of show business when Banguz advised them to get together and dominate the market.
Because they grew up together, they are quite close. Banguz’s quote, “Spider hurusha mawebs, sasa sisi tukaamua turishe ma vibes,” inspired the choice of the name Spider Clan. In their hometown of Nyandarua, they live next door to one another.

Ngesh gave her debut club performance on June 19 2023 at Muranga. Kenyans hailed her after seeing a video of the incident and said that she was destined for major popularity. In addition, Ngesh has a recording contract.


Ngesh stood out because of her bravery and the fact that she was the only female in the group.
They have recorded a number of songs, such as “Rada Fisa,” “Rieng Genje,” and their most recent single, “Dera,” which have amassed a sizable fan base and become well-known among Kenyans.

Ngesh and the other band members were open and honest during the interview, sharing their experiences and goals.
She stated her hopes for the band’s possibilities to grow and for their music career to succeed.
Since making her solo debut, Ngesh has released “Dem Dem,” her debut single, which showcases both her individual style and passion for music.

Content courtesy of Mpasho & NFH




Car And Bike Show: Rick Ross’ Massive Car Show Featured Performances From Meek Mill, Gucci Mane

The evening also featured performances by Gunplay, Tyler, the Creator, and other artists.
Meek Mill and Gucci Mane performed at Rick Ross’ car show on Saturday, June 3, at his Atlanta residence.
Ross guided fans through his Promised Land home while posting videos from the occasion to his Instagram account throughout the day. Gucci played 2010’s “I Think I Love Her” on a stage in the artist’s backyard, and Meek performed 2012’s “I’m a Boss” for the audience.

In addition to celebrities, Ross’ auto display attracted some of the rapper’s pals. Tyler, the Creator, Gunplay, 2 Chainz, and more notable guests were there.

According to Fox 5 Atlanta, Fayette County police praised Ross for a drama-free, peaceful celebration.

Fayette County Sheriff Barry Babb remarked, “He hired a really good team that produced a lot of good work for us.”
“We’ve been able to collaborate with numerous agencies, the only drawback being a few minor traffic hiccups. Because we’re able to work together in a way we’ve never worked before, it’s been incredibly wonderful for the community in terms of law enforcement.

But there was a lot of drama leading up to the incident. Rozay’s initial application for a car show permit was turned down, according to WSB-TV, because of Ross’ neighbors.
His neighbors complained about the traffic last year’s inaugural Car and Bike Show generated to the Fayetteville Board of Commissions.

The “Biggest Bawse” ultimately obtained his permit after considerable wrangling.
Additionally, DJ Envy from The Breakfast Club brought smoke to his auto display. Envy told the talking head that he would throw his own auto show to honor Young Dolph, and Ross responded that he “wasn’t on his level.”
And people shouldn’t construct cars just to attend your car show, Envy. No one should travel from another state to attend your auto exhibition, Envy.
The Florida native made fun of “Da Beige Rage.” you observe? However, Envy, sees to it that they have everything they require. Memphis, you all had best hold Envy accountable. Be humble, envy. Respectfully, beige lad. You’re a brown boy! And see to the welfare of my people.

These have been around. We genuinely display love. All you do is market.

Rick Ross wants people to be able to see his automotive collection in person rather than only admiring it online.
The “Hustlin'” rapper did this by allowing the inaugural Promise Land Car and Bike Show to take place this past Saturday at his Fayettville, Georgia, plantation. Rozay’s cherished goods were on display for auto and rap enthusiasts equally during what appeared to have been a beautiful spring day.

Content courtesy of Vibe & NFH





Mayorkun, A Nigerian Artist, Is Hosted By Hennessy For A Club Tour In Nairobi, Kenya.

Nairobi, Kenya – Mayorkun, a Nigerian artist, was honored with a birthday dinner on March 23, 2023, at the Oyster Bay Restaurant, hosted by Hennessy, the top-ranked cognac in the world.

A networking and engagement opportunity with the artist was provided by the event, which also included thought leaders in the music industry, close family and friends, and members of the media. Also, it provided a special chance for visitors to enjoy Hennessy Cognac’s elegance and luxury.

One of Nigeria’s hottest performers right now, Mayorkun is a multi-award-winning artist. For a very long time, Hennessy has honored cultural figures that go above and beyond the call of duty. His association with Hennessy as one of Nigeria’s brand ambassadors resulted from Mayorkun’s commitment to pushing musical limits as well as his enthusiasm and vigor.

He has swiftly established himself as a favorite of music fans all over the world thanks to his most recent album, Back in Office, which included the breakthrough single “Holy Father.” The album has had over 100 million streams.

Market Manager Moët HennessyGboyega Ogunfuye remarked that during the tour “Hennessy has always recognized creative brains who combine rhythms that will never stop and never settle, and music has always been a part of their Nature. We have a long tradition of fostering artistic innovation, and we will keep giving artists a platform by fusing music, skill, influences, and cognac.”

On March 23 and March 26, 2023, the Nigerian singer will travel to Kenya as part of a club tour sponsored by Hennessy.

Hennessy extends an invitation to all Kenyan music fans to join us for a thrilling evening of outstanding music and vows to uphold this bond with music by assisting artists and leveraging teamwork.
Tags: #HennessyKE, HennessyKenya

Tour Dates:
● Thursday 23rd March 2023 – Gemini
● Friday 24th March 2023 – Golden Ice
● Saturday 25th March 2023 – Black Star
● Sunday 26th March 2023 – Onyx

About Hennessy
Over the course of its 250-year history, Hennessy has proudly continued an unparalleled heritage founded on exploration, discovery, and developing the best aspects of nature that man is capable of providing from its headquarters in the French region of Cognac.

The longevity and success of Hennessy across five continents are a reflection of the principles that the House has upheld ever since it was founded, including the dissemination of a special savoir-faire, a never-ending search for new ideas, and an unwavering dedication to creation, excellence, legacy, and sustainable development.
These characteristics are now the distinguishing characteristics of a House, the jewel in the crown of the LVMH Group, which creates some of the most renowned and iconic cognacs.

Please Drink Responsibly

Content courtesy of African Elite Group Ltd & NFH




DStv: The DStv Delicious International Food & Music Festival 2022

DStv Delicious International Food and Music Festival, The seven-year-old event is geared toward fans of both music and cuisine.
The nation’s premier culinary and music festival is back after a two-year hiatus, bringing excitement to Gauteng’s Kyalami Grand Prix Circuit for the Heritage Day weekend.
The festival honors the biggest national and international acts as well as gastronomy and music. International musicians Burna Boy, Stereo MCs, Digable Planets, and Babyface will perform at the 2022 DStv Delicious International Food and Music Festival took place on September 24–25.

The stage will be graced by South African superstars including Simphiwe Dana, Zenzi Makeba Lee, Msaki, and spoken-word master Lebo Mashile.

After a two-year break caused by the virus that paralyzed the planet, the much-awaited return of the DStv Delicious International Food & Music Festival is just days away.
The best in local and foreign cuisine will be served, and a match will be lit to ignite the dance floor, so there won’t be much time for standing still at this year’s event.

As “a music festival for food enthusiasts and the food festival for music lovers,” the event was introduced in October 2013 with the goal of showcasing both domestic and international culinary and musical talent.

A unique tribute to South African singer-songwriter and activist Miriam Makeba, whose music and work contributed to the campaign for black people’s freedom and equality, will take place at the Kyalami Grand Prix circuit during heritage weekend.

There are many fun events over the two-day festival to keep you engaged. Here are five delectable festival foods to indulge in this year.

The Top Five Items Served During The Dstv Tasty Festival

It’s no accident that the festival is called Delicious. This year, there will be over 100 merchants delivering the freshest gourmet street cuisine as well as a variety of fascinating dinners. In Greenside, Johannesburg, one of these vendors is the recently opened Best Friend Street Bar restaurant. They have a wide selection of drinks that go well with their food, which includes everything from burgers, pizza, and prego rolls to beignets.

The ambassador lounge will include a tempting menu from celebrity chef Siba Mtongana. “Because it is at a racecourse, we have taken an effort to ensure that we curate an exceptional and personalized meal. The exquisite, sophisticated, and Sibalicious lounge cuisine for this year relates to the opulence of the ambassador lounge.

To recreate the gourmet dining experience, we’ve borrowed a few ideas from my restaurant in Cape Town.
However, we also recognize that this is a special occasion, so we don’t want to go overboard,” she adds.

The publication of the cookbook DStv: Delicious Festival: Our Story & Recipes, which can be purchased for R390 equivalent to Ksh 2642 Kenyan shilling online at That Food Guy Shop, is an exciting aspect of this year’s event.
The cookbook, which is devoted to celebrating South Africa’s variety via food and music, includes recipes and tales from regional musicians who discuss their favorite dishes and food-related experiences.

It’s the ideal collector’s item for any fan of a delicious festival, featuring dishes like Lorna Maseko’s stuffed leg of lamb with spinach, tomato, chili, and biltong jam, J’Something’s crispy Korean cauliflower with toasted cashew and cauliflower stem salsa, and the festival’s own chocolate cookie ice cream sandwiches.

The main stage of this year’s delectable festival is the best location to dance the night away on Saturday when Nigerian megastar Burna Boy performs. Nigerian singer Nissi, G Force, Stereo MCs, Major League DJs, and legends of kwaito including Mdu, Thebe, Arthur, Kabelo, Trompies, and Dino Bravo are among the other performers on that day.

On Sunday, Grammy-winning singer-songwriter and renowned R&B producer Babyface and Brotha vocalist Angie Stone will serenade the crowd on the main stage. On Sunday, Msaki, Simphiwe Dana, Zenzi Makeba, and Lee will conduct a tribute to Miriam Makeba, who would have turned 90 this year.

Chefs who are kind
Why not support Chefs With Compassion, a non-profit organization dedicated to the fight against hunger, while enjoying the best food and music the festival has to offer?

You can do this by purchasing an R50, equivalent to Ksh 339 Kenya shillings plate signed by chef Nti or by purchasing a care package that includes non-perishable foods at any participating Sasol Delight garage store or the Sasol gazebo next to the non-profit organization’s stall at the festival. You have the chance to win a sundowner on the main stage as well as a magnum bottle of red wine.

According to Caroline McCann, co-founder of Chefs With Compassion, there is an increasing demand for food contributions as the nation recovers from the consequences of Covid-19, which has left many households without an income due to job losses.

“Through our cooperation with Delicious, we have already made slightly over 3.3 million (Ksh 22,240594) meals, and the only way we can prepare 4 million (Ksh 26,967,620) meals is by raising money. So, in order to continue till we reach our 4-million meal goal, we are seeking to raise R1 million (Ksh 6,741,905), the woman explains.

SuperPicks viewing area 
In addition, there are activities for all sports enthusiasts in advance of Saturday’s match between the Springboks and the Puma’s (which you can catch at the SuperPicks viewing area).

The Hollywoodbets Kings Park stadium in Durban will stream it live, and festivalgoers and sports fans will be able to witness the cricket and soccer games scheduled for the weekend.
You won’t have to worry about missing any athletic action this weekend because there is a bar accessible.

Viacom photobooth 
Bring your best stance to the BET Africa Viacom photo booth, which will be set up and ready to capture your outfit of the day.
A meet-and-greet with the cast of BET’s upcoming drama series God for Us All, Guluva for Himself, which was based on the lyrics of the 2000 kwaito musician Zola 7 song Ghetto Scandalous from his album Umdlwembe, will also be available at Viacom’s booth.

Kwanele Mthethwa, who plays Umbuso’s lead character on Mzansi Magic, and How to Ruin Christmas actor Yonda Thomas are two of the show’s famous actors.

Photo courtesy of Capital Fm Lifestyle 

Content courtesy of Mail & Guardian, NFH