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!!NEW MUSIC ALERT!!

Chisom Daniel Ibiam known with the name YUNG KLASSICK is back with another Jam,the young singer who never fails to deliver is here with this song for the ladies who love to party n shake their body Titled “RUMBA” #ListenToYungKlassick cause he is a Promising Act.. Oya Dance !!!!! Enjoy

angelpwnz:

damnitiwantedthatname:

asterdream:

thanks god! 

Bless this guy! 

This guy doesn’t need a cookie. He needs a whole fucking bakery.

I want to shove this post into every douchebags face that ever gave me shit for rejecting them even after they acted like a decent human being toward me.

THIS

(Source: road to el dorado, via fornever-at-tumblr)

Time flies.

You’re just left with memories.

therealgingerjedi:

IF YOU DONT LOVE A MOVIE WITH WHOOPI GOLDBERG AND DAME MAGGIE SMITH AS SASSY NUNS THEN I DONT KNOW WHAT YOURE DOING WITH YOUR LIFE I REALLY DONT

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lolsofunny:

yourerightinthemiddleoftheroad:

andwhispers:

every book you’ve ever read is just a different combination of 26 letters

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Guys please listen to my Friends song Titled “Celebrate”. And Share!!! :D

[MUSIC]: Yung Klassick [@yung_klassick] – Shawdy

Chisom Daniel Ibiam Born  In Lagos Nigeria July 11 1993, Started Up As A Drummer Boy At Age 8. Started Singing Professional In Church At Age 12. Heavily inspired by God, Occurance And Great Artiste Like 2face, P square, Bankyw, Harry song, Wizkid, Chris Brown, Timberlake, Justin bieber, Usher And Darey.. Here is a Freestyle Titled. Shawdy

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nigerianostalgia:

Mounted armed guards of the Emir of Katsina during festival of Sallah, Katsina, Nigeria.

The festivals of Sallah are celebrated on the two big Muslim holidays, Eid-el-Fitri and Eid-el-kabir, in December and February.

The Emir’s armed guards are dressed in the manner of ancient soldiers. Vests of chain armor are visible under the swirling blue robes, and faces peer out from dark indigo turbans wrapped around the head and under the chin.

This photograph was taken when Eliot Elisofon was on assignment for Life magazine and traveled to Africa from August 18, 1959 to December 20, 1959.
Vintage Nigeria

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