A mix of music and words at the One Nigerian Boy Life House Exchange

 by Yemi Olowu

The One Nigerian Boy Life House Exchange was inspired by Terence Sambo, for the love of poetry, spoken word and live acoustic music. The platform was created to give underground acts and unpublished writers the opportunity for a creative exchange.

The first ONB Life House event saw budding writer Karen Young, read excerpts from two of her unpublished works and guests were serenaded by The Isebiama band, supporting acts Eniola Falase and the Brisibe brothers, Bibo and Doubra.



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Comments (4)

  1. look like it waas fun it nice to see that nigerians are expanding thier horizon,but still ther is a rather high level of "follow follow" now .but still kip the spirit .

  2. wow, Nigeria is really moving up as regards the performing arts. I wish I was there, i'm sure it was amazing. And I dont know how talented she is but I think Karen Young is too pretty to be a writer. just saying.

  3. yes. some of these guys have specialized in dressing silly…..

  4. 1.Looks like a wasted effort to me.Cant really fathom why this has to be done.
    2.The guests looks tired and i dont think they enjoyed any bit of what they were watching.
    3.Why do guys now dress like girls???

cool good eh love2 cute confused notgood numb disgusting fail