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Naira Marley, Olamide & Lil Kesh's Viral 'Issa Goal' Dance Is Here

Teach yourself how to do the "Issa Goal" dance with this video.

UK Afrobeats artist Naira Marley's song "Issa Goal," featuring Olamide and Lil Kesh, is an internet hit. The song has seen fans posting videos of themselves doing the "Issa Goal" dance across social media platforms.


The artist has now made a montage of those videos. It features fans doing the dance in different settings including gyms, living rooms and restaurants. There are also clips of the Nigerian team scoring goals on the actual field.

"Issa Goal" is a catchy tune that's as easy to dance to as it is to sing along to. It boasts a funky drum loop that makes it impossible for you not to attempt the moves yourself.

Watch the video below, and stream "Issa Goal" here.

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Genevieve Nnaji's 'Lionheart' and 'Black Earth Rising' Starring Michaela Coel Will Premiere on Netflix in January 2019

Start of your 2019 Netflix binge with these African women powerhouses.

Netflix has announced the films and TV shows that will be coming and leaving the platform in January, Shadow and Act reports.

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DJ Tunez Enlists Wizkid and Reekado Banks for New Banger 'Turn Up'

This one comes just in time for the holiday "turn up."

DJ Tunez is back with his latest banger featuring fellow Nigerian artists Reekado Banks and Wizkid.

"Turn Up" is a mid-tempo jam, that sees Reekado Banks taking the lead as he delivers the opening and closing verses as well as the song's catchy hook. Wizkid joins in one the second verse, adding slightly fuzzy vocals on top of Baby Fresh's smooth production.

READ: Listen to DJ Tunez's 'Afro Selections' Playlist

DJ Tunez shared the song and single artwork this morning on his Instagram.

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University of Cape Town Names Memorial Hall After Khoi Heroine Sarah Baartman

The Council of the University made the historic decision of renaming their Memorial Hall in honor of the young enslaved Khoi woman, Sarah Baartman.

Yesterday, the Council of the University of Cape Town (UCT), led by its Vice Chancellor, Professor Kgethi Phakeng, announced that they had moved to rename the university's iconic Memorial Hall (formerly known as Jameson Hall) after Sarah Baartman, a Khoi woman who was taken from South Africa and enslaved in Europe in the 19th century.

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