In this new edition of BlackNBold Magazine, Falz The Bahd Guy dappers up as its 1st ever male cover personality. Inside the 52 page magazine Folarin Falana talks openly and answers some deep questions as well as hilarious ones too;

Rapper and fashion designer Kanye West has apologized to his fans for sounding ‘confusing’ on social media the last couple of weeks. Weeks leading to his album release, Kanye posted tweets taking aim at Wiz Khalifa, Taylor Swift, the Grammys

Odo Aladura, a section of Ladipo market in Lagos has been demolished by men suspected to be thugs. The market, largely dominated by Igbo traders who sell spare parts and electronics has been at the centre of conflict in recent

Anyone seeking to understand Chelsea’s steady return to form under interim manager Guus Hiddink will find a partial explanation in the unassuming figure of holding midfielder John Mikel Obi. Having started just two of Chelsea’s final 16 Premier League games

Courtesy of Ade Okelarin On a recent trip to Spain, Nigerian media mogul Mo Abudu seemed to be losing sight of what was meant to be a short retreat. Late into the night she was still answering emails, returning texts

Africa’s richest man, Aliko Dangote, says Nigeria’s economic reality is being exaggerated and is not as bad as it is being portrayed. Dangote said this while speaking at the Economist Forum in Lagos, yesterday March 7th. Dangote said while some

4 people have been confirmed dead after a 5-storey building collapsed at Chisco bus stop, opposite Oando Gas Station in the Lekki area of Lagos this morning. Several others are still trapped in the building as at press time. Continue

The actors pictured at the after party of the AMVCA 2016 which held in Lagos over the weekend. Continue to see more photos

“Buy land they’re not making it anymore” – Mark Twain If there is one permanent thing on earth then its earth itself, it’s just always there for you to do whatever you want with it. In emerging areas like Lekki,

Nigeria National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) has apologized to Nigerians for the lingering fuel scarcity that has resulted in long queues across the country. The state-owned oil firm assured citizens that it is working tirelessly to ensure that normalcy is restored