Orphée Noubissiis an independent and self-taught photographer born in 1990 in Douala, Cameroon but he spent his youth in Paris. Fascinated since childhood by photography, he decided after studying business to devote all his time and energy. He bought his first camera in September 2010. A perfectionnist Orphee joined the association of photographers “CCA IMAGO” before getting in contact with professionals. Penchant for photography, he found pleasure in the professionalism.
His determination, volunteerism and quality of his work within 2 years catapulted him to work for magazines like Roots, Miss Ebony, Winkler etc. Note that his favorite photographers are references such as Mario Testino and Jean Claude Goude.
His goal is to work in a few years for major magazines. Kudos !
Created a year ago by a young Cameroonian Michael Kamdem, Roots Magazine highlights what is refined and innovative in the Afro-Caribbean culture.
As the world changes, life-style equally changes. Roots Magazine switches from “black is beautiful” to “black is brilliant” , retracing the story of entrepreneurs to inspire its readers. “Excellence”, is the watchword of ROOTS.
Quarterly, Roots Magazine organizes an event to introduce a new publication which enables guests and readers to exchange ideas.
This beautiful project participates in the African rebirth increasingly felt in the diaspora. Expect to discover in the future a Brussels-London version, or New York version of Roots Magazine.
Our Queen of Bamenda Naomi Achu just bid adieu to spinsterhood. The diva is definitely basking in happiness after tieing the knot with handsome Nigerian-born Dayo Chiedozie Akinwande in Maryland, USA. The wedding was filled with lots of love and incredible chemistry. Music pundits hurled criticism on beautiful Naomi Achu when the rapper/singer dropped ”Suga” which evidently had lyrics in Yoruba. The ambiguity is now cleared as we can deduce the fact that she was already in a relationship with Dayo. Collaborative couple indeed ! If na you? . Aesthetic, luxe and chic, the event was simply exhilarating. NexDim wishes you a happy matrimonial life and God bless you.
”Je ne donne pas le lait”crooner Duc Z keeps climbing to his pinnacle. He shall be performing alongside France-based heavyweight artists Mokobe and Singuila. The grande concert organised by Cameroon’s major telephony company CAMTEL in conjunction with EMPIRE COMPANY shall take place at Palais de sport in Yaounde from 7 pm sharp. For more info contact 22 55 55 55 or 828 free.
FC Barcelona now coached by Tata Martino recorded its first victory of the season slamming a 7-0 win over Valerenga. Cameroonian striker Jean-Marie Dongou Tsafackmade a gamely and prodigious debut scoring two beguiling goals. His career in Cartalan is looking quite propitious. Worth-noting, he joined the team from Eto Foundation. His name features on Volke Finke’s new list of players to confront Libya in the last World cup qualifier in Yaounde.
The video of Vreezyville’s club-hit ”Brighten ur night” featuring Frank Kesi has been released. It’s quite an impressive video. VreezyVille delivers well-crafted Camer pidgin rhymes and slangs on a solid ”Makossa fied” afro-beat. A great one for a shindig. Stay connected with VreezyVille on social media through twitter @vreezyville237 and facebook /vreezyville.
PhilJohn has been an urban music enthusiast since childhood. In 2005, PHILJOHN discovers a talent in penning his own lyrics full of rhymes. He participated in school competitions and concerts until 2006 when he became a professional artist recording his first official song titled “SQUAD ROOM” with Rept’hil .Thereafter, he multiplied his recordings and discovered another passion that became his main source of inspiration; A music producer. PHILJOHN was “Beat-Maker” from 2006 to 2008 improving his knowledge as a sound engineer.
In 2008, he produced radio programs like Nosta moov ,Black List on Radio Nostalgie with Olivier NKU and Gaël Panam in free-style and discovery sessions. Unfortunately in June 2008, following personal problems, he decided to take a break from music. Nevertheless, he continued to work with young foreign artists during his trips to France. He participated in the multicultural Festival ” GRAND KIFF”– Lyon in July 2009 to represent African culture through ESPERANCE NORD SUD. PHILJOHN met artists like Andra Moran and French producer Eric Galia which enabled him to receive an international cultural experience. Returning from his trip, he had a fascinating advantage in urban music including the blending of various cultures, a kind of musical mix of African rhythms (Makossa, Ben Skin …. etc..) and Western electronic music. In November 2010, after a mature reflection, PHILJOHN decided to get back into music, but this time to stay and build his career. He founded with his friends the independent label Hope Music Group in January 2010.
From 2010 to 2012, he worked on several albums, mixtapes and singles for a good number of artists and signed a digital distribution contract with the South African agency CONTENT CONNECT AFRICA for distribution on its multiple platforms in Africa and international contracts with reputable legal download sites. In 2012, PHILJOHN became known for the production of songs like ”CA DIT KOI’ by Numerica Feat Prosby ”Andrea” from Killamel’s album ”KOVA NOVA” and the co-production of ”AFRICAN MAMY” by DUC-Z.
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Contacts: Phone: (00237) 97 54 27 31 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org FACEBOOK: HOPE MUSIC GROUP TWITTER: @ hopemusicgroup