The premiere of the highly aniticipated UK film Find Her Keep Her will finally take place on the 20th November.
Watch trailer below…
Mark my words folks this is going to be a UK film classic!
You know that Chris’ career is going down hill fast. Why else would he agree to appear on Wendy’s terrible TV talk show, which so far has only managed to attract low level US celebrities.
Via The Guardian
The advertising regulator has cleared Cadbury of racism and perpetuating colonial stereotypes of African people in its latest TV advertising campaign.
Cadbury’s campaign featured Ghanaian musician Tinny and aimed to promote the chocolate brand’s tie-up with the Fairtrade organisation for cocoa from the African nation for its Dairy Milk range. Continue Reading….
I didn’t know they received complaints with regards to this commercial.
Admittedly parts of it still makes me cringe a little, but I do like the song and the dancing.
For those of you who haven’t seen the commerical watch below.
Zingolo feat Tinny is the first single from Glass and a Half Full Records.
Download via iTunes: http://bit.ly/Avspc
Cadbury’s share of profits from the sale of the track go to the charity CARE International.
Ghana is the heart of Cadbury Dairy Milks Fairtrade Cocoa and so the track celebrates all things Ghanaian: its people, its rappers, its dancers, its cultural figures and, of course, its cocoa beans.
I received a huge amount of replies minutes after posting news of this competition.
I had no idea Rih Rih aka the dark priestess was so popular!
Anyway today I picked 2 winners using the old skool childrens TV style/method of picking competition winners (put entrants info in a bag, shuffled and then pulled out winners names).
The two lucky individuals (plus one) that will be going to see Rihanna perform tracks from her forthcoming album Rated R (invite only/secret location) on Monday November 16th in London are:
Bizu Yaregal and Jamie Akitoye