Tyra Banks has been named the new host of “America’s Got Talent.” … Banks replaces Nick Cannon, who has served as host of “America’s Got Talent for a whole eight seasons.
Tyra Lynne Banks is an American television personality, producer, businesswoman, actress, author, former model and occasional singer.
The news of her new job at NBC was received with such diverse reviews. . . some warm, others not too warm and it is all playing out on Twitter . . . .
Continue reading Tyra Banks As New Host Of NBC’s ‘America’s Got Talent’ Causes Excitement On Twitter
As an ambassador of our National Team, The Uganda Cranes, Bebe Cool wrote a very beautiful tribute to the team, hailing everybody that was part of its long awaited qualification into the AFCON games.
But now that the moment of truth has come – Uganda not having been able to go past the group stages, soccer lovers in Uganda should retrieve Bebe Cool’s hearty Vote of thanks to football stakeholders and see that it took team work. Continue reading Why Bebe Cool’s Tribute Hits Two Birds With One Stone
Bebe cool once again showcases his adaptability and multi-faceted propensity to deliver stupendous melodies to his fans. After his phenomenal exposé of vocal vastness in Love You Everyday, Continue reading In “Sente” Bebe Cool Manifests Such Rare Versatility And He Should Hold Himself Fast On It
At the start of every new month, Bebe Cool should be premiering a new music video for the next ten-plus months Continue reading Bebe Cool Gives Traditional African Music A Modern Interpretation In New Audio
It has been some time since baxragga king, Aziz Azion had a fresh video on the air waves in Uganda, besides his collaboration with Sheebah Karungi. It is however, now official the awaited video, #Medicine is out Continue reading Aziz Azion Outs New Video: It Is Simply Amateurish
Apparently, many Ugandans are torn between the choices – whether they like Bebe Cool’s new video or…. Continue reading Bebe Cool’s “Kabulengane” Is Officially Out
Jenny Diski died this morning at the age of 68. Here are nine stories celebrating Diski and her work.
via Jenny Diski: 1947-2016 — Longreads Blog