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The Ladies of OkayAfrica Show You 7 Unique Ways To Tie a Headwrap

In this short video tutorial, the ladies of OkayAfrica showcase seven different ways to tie a headwrap. Enjoy!

Headwraps are everything.


They add effortless flair to any and every look, and they're life savers on a bad hair day. Black women have been wearing headwraps for centuries, and we continue to do with style and pride. As you can probably tell—we're fans.

If you've always wanted to tie your head wrap as skillfully as your favorite aunty, look no further. We've got you covered with seven unique ways to tie a head wrap, brought to you by the women of OkayAfrica.

Check us below. Happy slaying!

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Listen to Femi Kuti's New Song 'As We Struggle Everyday'

Femi explains: "'As We Struggle Everyday' is about how hard people work everyday to make ends meet and still go to vote corrupt politicians into power who are meant to be in jail."

Femi Kuti shares his new single, "As We Struggle Everyday," the latest drop from the upcoming double album Legacy +, a joint endeavor with his son Made Kuti.

"As We Struggle Everyday" is a politically-charged afrobeat tune about people having the voting power to hold their 'leaders' accountable, but often failing to do so. Throughout the song, Femi sings "As we struggle everyday We try to find a better way See these leaders wey suppose jail Na him my people dem dey hail."

Femi explains: "'As We Struggle Everyday' is about how hard people work everyday to make ends meet and still go to vote corrupt politicians into power who are meant to be in jail."

Legacy +, which is due out February 5 from Partisan Records, includes a full album by Femi titled Stop The Hate and an album by his son, Made, titled For(e)ward. The pair have previously shared the singles "Pà Pá Pà" and "Your Enemy" off the upcoming release.

Listen to Femi Kuti's "As We Struggle Everyday" below.

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