Tune in live to Brainy Radio next Monday at 4pm to listen to My World Of Entertainment where I will be talking about the AMAs, Fantastic Beats and the Crimes Of Grindelwald, Chance the Rappers comedy sketch on SNL and much more!☺️
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Hey guys, how are you doing?
Don’t forget to tune in today at 4pm to My World Of Entertainment on Brainy Radio!❤️🎧 Today we’ll be talking about the new film Murder on Orient Express, Beyoncé’s new film role and much more!☺️ https://radio.modernghana.com/station/brainyradio
If you missed last weeks episode, you can listen to it on soundcloud:
Ep. 02 – My World Of Entertainment with Omone
I hope you guys have had a lovely weekend! I hope you guys tuned in to my first episode of my new show ‘My World Of Entertainment’, if not click the link below to listen on soundcloud:
My World Of Entertainment – Episode 1
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TUNE IN TO THE FIRST EPISODE OF MY NEW RADIO SHOW, MY WORLD OF ENTERTAINMENT, TODAY AT 4pm ON BRAINY RADIO❤️☺️🎼 https://radio.modernghana.com/station/brainyradio http://tun.in/se5Ow
Great news! My new show, called ‘My World of Entertainment’, will be airing on Monday 16th October, 4-6pm, on Brainy Radio. My show will cover all aspects of entertainment e.g. music, films, TV shows, k-pop, anime etc. On the 16th October I will be talking about the film I’m most excited to watch (Black Panther) and why and how artists like J Hus are creating their own genre of music by combining American rap, grime, afrobeats and dancehall. My show is primarily aimed at young people (16-25) but anyone can tune in. I will also be discussing issues that affect young people including depression, bullying, peer pressure etc. I’m also looking for guests so if you’re a singer, rapper, actor or a creative email me: MWOEwithomone@gmail.com so I can interview you on the show. The studio is based in Manchester so even if you can’t come to the studio in Manchester we can always talk over the phone on air. I can’t wait for you guys to listen to my first show and they may even be a special guest that I’ll be interviewing;) below are links to access Brainy Radio online:
Make sure you tune in to my show on Monday 16th October at 4pm on Brainy Radio! Don’t forget to like my Facebook page: Facebook and follow my account on twitter: Twitter
For the last 3 weeks I’ve been working with the producers of Brainy Radio as I’m going going to be presenting a new radio show soon!🎉 Brainy Radio is an online radio station that can accessed anywhere around the world. My radio programme is going to be called ‘My world of entertainment (with Omone)’ or something like that lol and I’m going to be talking about music, films, tv programmes and things that affect young people. I’m aiming to interview (in real life or through the phone) young aspiring actors, musicians, creatives etc. on my show so if you are one, don’t be afraid to contact me and we can discuss a time best for you to be on my show. My programme is most likely going to air at the end of September/beginning of October but I’ll keep you guys updated. Don’t forget to check of Brainy Radio station by clicking on the link below.
I hope you guys have a fantastic weekend,
So its been around 4 months since I wrote my last blog post and I know that its a really long time. I was fully concentrating on my A-level exams and making sure I did as much revision as possible before my exams. The period between Easter break and my exams was one of the most stressful periods of my life…but now its ooovvveeeerrrrr! If I’m being honest about how my exams went then I’d say they went OK. I had two exams on the first day of exam period which didn’t make me feel any better but I believed that I did the best I could do in all my exams. My media studies exam was good, the questions were very much like the ones we did in the past so it wasn’t too bad. Psychology as well wasn’t too mad but on my final psychology exam there were 3 16 marker questions when I thought there was only going to be two (thank you OCR!) but, luckily I still had enough time to answer all 16 markers. My biology exam was ummm….. interesting, I knew it was going to be hard due to the fact that there was soo much content to learn.
After my exams, I was soo happy that it was summer. This summer has been one of the best summers ever. Its funny because I felt guilty for not revising even though my exams are over hahaha. I spent most of my time listening to music, watching new films, seeing friends etc. I’m currently living with my mum and brother in Manchester which has been great. My mum went to Nigeria for 2 weeks and came back with awesome Nigerian snacks e.g. Gala (a sausage roll), suya (spiced meat) etc. All the fun I was having was building up to the dreaded results day. Usually on UCAS you can see if you’ve confirmed your place at a university by midnight however this year you could only see if you got a confirmed place at 8:00am (ish). I wanted to check UCAS before I looked at my result and when I did check I got an offer from my top choice of university! However, they wanted me to do a foundation year first before I did the course I wanted to. A foundation year is a year in university that prepares you for the course you want to study usually because your grades aren’t high enough. This was my first clue that my grades weren’t as good as I hoped for. I went into school and looked at my results and saw that I got a B – Media studies, B – Psychology and D – Biology. Turns out I was one mark from an A in media!! Oh well, whats done is done. I decided to reject the foundation course place at university and I got a place at the University of Aberdeen! I think that I’m going to take a deferral year (a gap year) so I can work and do other projects that I want to do in my life.
Lately, I’ve been watching a lot of old films like The Blue Lagoon (1980) and Endless Love (1981) and I’ve enjoyed both films even though they may not be a cinemtaic masterpiece. These films star Brooke Shields who was undoubtedly one of the most beautiful women in the world. It was interesting to read about all the controversy around her film roles like in Pretty Baby where she had to be nude at just the age on 10!
I hope you guys have had a wonderful weekend and I’ll try to post every week,