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Apply For The Okayafrica Fashion Editorial Internship

Okayafrica is looking for fashion editorial interns. To apply, email interns [at] okayafrica.com.

Ikiré Jones - Designer Walé Oyéjidé - Spring/ Summer 14

Photo: Ikiré Jones S/S 2014 Collection


Are you a rising style guru? Do you dream of design? Spend way too much time on your own personal aesthetics (or researching other people’s)? We’re looking for the brightest fashion writers/bloggers to come aboard our team. To apply for Okayafrica’s fashion editorial internship send 2-3 writing samples and a resume to interns@okayafrica.com.

Details:

-Must have a strong background in writing

-A great eye for style

-Love for fashion from around Africa and the diaspora

-Wordpress/blogging experience is a plus

-The internship is unpaid

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The ‘Coming 2 America’ Original Motion Picture Soundtrack & ‘The Rhythm Of Zamunda’ Are Out Now

Featuring Tiwa Savage, Tekno, Larry Gaaga, Alpha P, Davido and many more.

It has been more than 30 years since the premiere of the beloved classic comedy Coming to America. Its highly anticipated sequel promises to be greater than its predecessor. The film will be accompanied with two albums—Coming 2 America original motion picture soundtrack and Rhythms of Zamunda, whose tracklist is inspired by the movie. Both albums, which are currently available on all major streaming platforms, feature African music royalty Tiwa Savage, Tekno, Larry Gaaga and Alpha P, who joined a select group of artists from around the continent to produce these tracklists.

Still blazing charts after the success of his debut album Old Romance, Tekno has a growing list of impressive collaborations with artists like Davido, Drake, Beyonce, to name a few. The singer does not have not one, but two of his hit songs featured; "Waka Waka" is featured on the official soundtrack and "Skeletun" on Rhythms of Zamunda.

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