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Prêt-À-Poundo: Adirée's Africa Fashion Week Runway Videos

It is about Adirée's videos release of runway shows of Peter Walden, House of Marie and Geraldo Fashions.

An agency focused on fashion, Adirée showcases luxury and mass African-owned fashion brands through runway shows and exhibitions. They represent various countries in Africa and are also the founders of Africa Fashion Week New York (AFWNY). In anticipation of AFWNY 2013 (July 15 -20), Adirée has been releasing individual designer videos from 2012's showcase of Africa Fashion Week in New York every month since March. This month, you can see and discover Angolan Geraldo Fashions, Nigerian Joan Ibuzo (of House Of Marie) and Tanzanian Peter Walden. It's a delicate way to present a designer's work a second time and allow people who couldn't attend the show to discover the collections. If we had to give one word to describe each collection, Geraldo Fashion would be 'fluidity,' Joan Ibuzo 'feminity' and Peter Walden deserves two words — 'original' and 'classy.'

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Watch Wizkid’s New Music Video For ‘Smile’ Featuring H.E.R.

The Nigerian star dedicated the new video to his three sons: Bolu, Ayo and Zion Balogun.

Nigerian musical heavyweight Wizkid released his latest track today. The song, titled "Smile," features Grammy award winning US singer/songwriter H.E.R.

The track coos sounds of unconditional love and the things we do for it. It features Wizkid and H.E.R. going in over an infectious beat.

This comes as Wizkid fans await the release of his delayed fourth album, Made in Lagos. We're sure they'll be more excited than ever after getting this new single.

"Smile" follows Wizkid's latest release Soundman Vol. 1 EP, which came out late last year and featured the likes of Chronixx, DJ Tunez and more.

Listen to Wizkid and H.E.R.'s "Smile" below.

Update: Watch the newly released music video for "Smile" below. The Nigerian star dedicated this new Meji Alabi-directed music video to his three sons: Bolu, Ayo and Zion Balogun.

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