Tiffany Haddish on Returning to Eritrea: 'I Feel Like I'm Finally Home'

Watch the star of "Girls Trip" give an emotional recount of her experience in Eritrea, the home country of her late father.

Tiffany Haddish recently visited Eritrea to reunite with extended family and to bury her father in his homeland.

With her amazing storytelling skills, the Girls Trip star sat down with EriTV to talk more about her experience connecting with family members for the first time, and things definitely got emotional during the conversation.

"I felt like my heart was being healed," she says, describing her emotional experience in the Red Sea. "I've been through a lot of things. I was trying to figure out, 'Who am I?' And now I have a way better understanding of who I am, why I'm on this earth—what my purpose is."

Feel all the feels and watch the full interview below.

Watch the Minimalist Video For Sipho The Gift’s ‘Gal 6-17’ & 'Blessed'

SA rapper Sipho The Gift releases a new music video from his debut album.

South African rapper Sipho The Gift was featured as Apple Music's new artist spotlight for February.

He just released another music video for two songs that appear on his intensely personal debut album Kintsugi (2017).

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Mr. P's New Music Video For 'Look Into My Eyes' Is Life

Mr. P gets real with fans in the final installment of his mini music video series, "Look Into My Eyes" and we are feeling it.

The gifted Mr. P returns to us with another dope single and music video with his latest track, "Look Into My Eyes." Although disbanded from the superstar Naija duo group P-Square, Peter Okoye (Mr. P), continues to show that he is still talented as a solo artist.

This music video is a successful collaboration with amazing choreographer, Nonso Asobe, and was produced by Vtek. It's a part of Mr. P's mini music video series.

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Still from film 'Angelica.'

These 9 Films Prove Caribbean Cinema Is On the Rise

A recap of nine standout films hailing from the Caribbean featured at this year's Pan-African Film Festival.

Islanders made their mark on films from all geographic regions at the 2018 Pan-African Film Festival. This festival's selections captured the evolution of language, spiritual practices, food and art of a people whose descendants were forcefully removed from the African continent. Caribbean tales bridged the waters that lie between the African continent and the Americas. The story of the transatlantic holocaust of enslavement that began in the mid-15th century and brought some Africans to the Caribbean region echoes in the voices of the present-day inhabitants. The region's soca music moved festival goers at the opening night's party as well as in the final night's screening. As usual, you could count on the Caribbean artists to deliver both education and entertainment.

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