My New Radio Show!

My New Radio Show!

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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:

http://streema.com/radios/Brainy_Radio

https://radio.modernghana.com/station/brainyradio

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

Omone 🙂

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Tis The Season

Tis The Season

As we all know, Christmas is next Sunday and bloggers have already started creating their Christmas playlists filled with their favourite songs to get you in the Christmassy spirit. I haven’t created a Christmas playlist because everyone’s playlist is pretty much the same to be honest. I prefer all the classic Christmas songs such as All I Want For Christmas and Last Christmas. One of my favourite Christmas songs ever is Merry Christmas by British rock band, Slade. I love UK Christmas songs above all and I just can’t get used to listen to pop artists Christmas songs, it just sounds weird to me lol. Enjoy the Christmas playlist below and have a great week!  

Omone 😀

San Junipero Expanded Playlist

San Junipero Expanded Playlist

San Junipero is the fourth episode in season 3 of one of the best shows on Netflix, Black Mirror. It’s about two tourists who meet in a town called San Junipero and a lot of things are revealed throughout the episode. I watched this episode of black mirror last month and I was blown away! I love this episode so much and the extended spotify playlist, created by the writer, brings back the best songs from the 80s from some of my favourite musicians such as The Smiths, Belinda Carlisle and Whitney Houston. One of my favourite songs in San Junipero is Fake by Alexander O’Neal. I’ve been obsessed with this song for a while now because it’s so catchy and has a very 80s vibe. I highly recommend that you watch this episode of Black Mirror and check out this great playlist below:

Omone 😀

Music Monday: 05/12/25

Music Monday: 05/12/25

This weeks song are:

1. Sean Paul – We Be Burnin’

Sean Paul is one my favourite hip-hop and dancehall artists and We Be Burnin’ is one of my favourite songs by him. This song was released in 2005 and appears on his album, The Trinity (2005). This song reached no.2 on the UK’s singles chart and no. 5 on the Billboard Hot 100. The beat of this song is so catchy and makes you want to get up and groove. Please listen to this song below:

Sean Paul – We Be Burnin’

2. Shakira – Gypsy

Gypsy is one of my favourite songs by Shakira and it appears on her eighth studio album, She Wolf (2009). This song is heavily influenced by Indian and Middle eastern music and this song is literally about what its like being a gypsy. I love how delicate and soft this song is and I also like the music video. Check out this song below:

Shakira – Gypsy

3. Timbaland & Magoo – Hold On

Hold On is a song dedicated to Aaliyah after her death. It’s a sad song which is reflected on the melody of the song as well as the lyrics. Timbaland talks about how things haven’t been the same since she passed on. I love the opening lines of this song which is “It’s been three years (AH!), livin this fast life. I think on it, I know one day I won’t have life“. I love this song beacuse it’s so raw and honest and they talk about their feelings which is so beautiful. R.I.P Aaliyah. Please listen to this song below:

Timbaland & Magoo – Hold On

Please tell me what you think about my song choices for this week!

Omone 😀

Music Monday: 28/11/16

Music Monday: 28/11/16

This weeks songs are:

1. Chipmunk – Flying High

British Rapper, Chipmunk, released this song in November 2011 and its the lead single of his second studio album, Transition (2011). I love the beat of this track and I’ve been a fan of Chipmunk’s music since I was 10. He has only just come back to the music scene, doing grime, but I still love his old tunes. I really like the music video of this song as well, it was shot in South Africa, please listen to this song below:

Chipmunk – Flying High

2. Timbaland & Magoo – Indian Flute

Timbaland and Magoo are a rap duo from Virginia who met when they were teenagers. I like this song because it is unique in the sense that there is a story being told by a woman in the language of Punjab. The whole song is a dialogue between a man and a woman, it’s pretty much a story of two lovers. Yes, there is an Indian flute in the background which adds to the context of this song and makes it even more beautiful. Check out this song below:

Timbaland & Magoo – Indian Flute

3. Muse – Starlight

Starlight is an alternative rock song by the British alternative rock band, Muse. The album title, Black Holes and Revelations  (2006), comes from one of the lyrics in this song “Our hopes and expectations, black holes and revelations“. I really like this song and this band in general, so check out this song below:

Music – Starlight

Enjoy, and please tell me what you think about my song choices for this week!

Omone 😀 

#WhoRunThe World?Girls.

#WhoRunThe World?Girls.

Who Run The World? Girls. is a great playlist that contains some of my favourite female R&B, Hip-Hop and pop artists like Beyoncé, Eve, Sia, Rihanna and Britney Spears. It always features some of my favourite girls groups ever like The Spice Girls and the Pussycat Dolls. This is a particularly great playlist if you want to listen to some girl power!💁🏾 The singers in this playlist are straight BOSS and show this clearly in their songs. Like the last two playlists, this is more of a throughback playlist because I love hearing the great tunes that were released between 2000-2010, which made me first fall in love music. Listen to this great playlist below: