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Video: Petite Noir 'Till We Ghosts'

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Yoh! All of our favorite things combined to make this new video for "Till We Ghosts," the first single off Petite Noir's upcoming EP. Petite Noir's Yannick Ilunga reps The Very Best on a T-shirt designed by Gold Coast Trading Co. (check out their Palm Wine design in the OKA store here) in the video directed by the ExorsistahsKyla Phil(peep their ghoulish"You Lie You Die"video here) - all good things in OKA's world. Listen to more Petite Noir here, follow Yannick here, and show love on Facebook here.

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Photo courtesy of Josh2funny.

Josh2funny Is the Nigerian Comedian Inspiring Global Trends

The internet sensation speaks to OkayAfrica about his journey, the several comedy personalities he's created over the years, creating the viral #DontLeaveMe challenge, and being properly credited for his work.

Nigeria's pool of social media comedians is ever increasing, and this is backed by the heavy consumption of online content by Nigerians and the quick rise to stardom of viral internet sensations. Although these internet sensations easily transition into stage comedians and online influencers, more often than not. they fade away as quickly as they rise to prominence. Variety is the only way to remain relevant. The audience has become ever so demanding of new creative ventures and they are fed by the immediacy the internet offers.

Josh Alfred, otherwise known as Josh2funny, has had an unusual path to internet comedy fame. He began his online comedy journey after failing in his stand-up comedy foray. Inspired by the vast consumption of social media comedy content, Josh2funny made his first skit in 2016—a short dry humour video which he comically slapped his friend into a state of perpetual confusion.

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