Oleku is one of the oldest styles that women in Western part of Nigeria admired and loves slaying in the ancient times. Recently, this old styles have now been modified and totally transformed into something fashionable and trendy. Oleku are seen as short types of iro (wrapper) and buba (short sleeve blouse) which can be achieved using any form of fabrics such as ankara, velvet, Aso oke, lace and any fabric of your choice.
Panshak Zamani, whose stage name is Ice Prince, is a Nigerian musician, his song oleku which he sang with Brymo was a hit song in Nigeria. While I was growing up I watched the video of Ice prince's popular song, oleku. I was amazed at how good his dressing was, he wore a p-cap, clothes, and sneakers, Ice Prince was always claiming fresh guy which means he was confident in himself.
Popular Nigerian rapper Ice Prince Zamani recently unveiled a new set of pictures of himself on social media and it has been getting many reactions from his fans and followers.As we all know, Ice Prince (real name Panshak Henry Zamani) is one of the biggest names in the Nigerian music industry.
Every culture has its traditional outfit. Traditional attires tell stories and in most cases, have meanings behind their origin. In Nigeria, there are over two hundred and fifty ethnic groups. Each of these groups has traditional outfits peculiar to them. There are also different outfits for different occasions.
Panshak Henry Zamani (born 30 October 1984) better known as Ice Prince, is a Nigerian hip hop recording artist and actor. He rose to fame after releasing "Oleku", one of Nigeria's most remixed songs of all time. Ayodeji Ibrahim Balogun (born 16 July 1960), known professionally as Wizkid, is a singer and songwriter. He rose to prominence after releasing"Holla at your boy" the lead single to his debut album Super star. These two Artist are very good at what they do, and also very fashionable when it comes to dressing.
Nigerian fashion in the 1960s sparked the beginning of a transformation that ushered the western look most Nigerians are used today. The post-colonial style of dressing that was common in the 1960s was prevalent until the 1970s that is, until the rise of the Oleku. With every decade, comes a monumental change in the way people see things.
When we talk about the life style of musicians in Nigeria can be said to be an expensive life where a musician can own any type of house he wish to dwell and a cars to drive. Nigeria is a country where talented musicians are fully allowed to do what ever they like with their money because of the legit way of getting the money. The real source of the income for this musicians is said to be through their musical industry and as well as an endorsement dealing they always signed with companies. We keep surprising
The popular traditional attire called iro (wrapper) and buba (top ) used to be worn by older women in the South western part of Nigeria. It came into prominence In the early fifties to the sixties. Interestingly, the daring fashion of the swinging 60s also influenced Nigerian fashion.
It’s not uncommon for humans to dig up long buried fossils from the past and explore them for our present day use. This was how I initially felt about the resurrection of Oleku few years back. I felt, let’s leave the things of the past in the past and focus on what’s relevant.
I was talking to a friend just few days ago and we were discussing fashion.At a point in the conversation, she mentioned the fact that we no longer have new styles, that we’re just recycling designs from the 90’s.
Famous nollywood actor, Yomi Fabiyi has been invited by "Theatre Arts And Motion Pictures Practitioners Association" (TAMPAN) because of the new movie, Oko Iyabo which was released on Oleku TV. According to viewers and fans of nollywood movies, the controversial Oko Iyabo movie was trying to narrate Iyabo Ojo, Princess and Baba Ijesha saga.
Fashion, according to Google, means a "popular or the latest style of clothing, hair, decoration or behaviour." I was thought in my psychology classes in my university days that fashion is an integral part of culture. Fashion changes from time to time, making it dynamic. In Nigeria, fashion appears to change from decade to decade, hence we can speak of fashion of the 1950s or that of the '60s, '70s and so on. This article is about the fashion styles of the 1970s. The 1970s marked a bold and colourful era in
The world we are in today is always in a constant change, and this is made evident in all aspects of our lives right down to the type of clothes we wear. Few years ago there are some type and styles of cloth that used to be in vogue bit nowadays they are no where to be found, so also there are some clothes that has actually become obsolete but are now finding their ways back into the modern fashion world. One of the type of clothes is the Oleku Style of Buba and iro usually worn by ladies. The outfit known as
Today, as your fashion and beauty content creator. I will discussing old school style that is taking centre stage in today's world. Fashionable and superb style don't fade away no matter the years. It keeps radiate in the minds of people. Old school style is not new, it rather an household style for those that attended universities from late 1980s till 1990s in Nigeria. The style was common among students, anyone who doesn't flaunt it wasn't a fashionable queen. The Oleku movie of 1997 which was directed Mr.
Panshak Henry Zamani, better known as Ice Prince, is a Nigerian hip hop recording artist and actor. He rose to fame after releasing "Oleku", one of Nigeria's most remixed songs of all time. He won the 2009 Hennessy Artistry Club Tour. His debut studio album Everybody Loves Ice Prince was released in 2011. And, Olawale Oloforo, better known as Brymo, is a Nigerian singer, songwriter and author. He started recording music in 1999 while in secondary school. He signed a record deal with Chocolate City in 2010 but
30 Latest Ankara Styles You Can Rock In 2020 (Photos). Ankara is a fabric that has been in existence since the early 1800s. It is also one of the elements that makes up the fashion industry. Anakra had varied from the tieing of gele which is head gear to the tieing of Ankara auto gele, from the sewing of "iro and buba" to the now popular "oleku" and it's use in sewing baby clothes fitting apart from that Ankara is now the fabric is now being used to sew english attire. As time ticks and days turned months while
Ice Prince Panshak Henry Zamani (born 30 October 1984), better known as Ice Prince, is a Nigerian hip hop recording artist and actor. He rose to fame after releasing " Oleku ", one of Nigeria's most remixed songs of all time. 2 He won the 2009 Hennessy Artistry Club Tour. 3 4 His debut studio album Everybody Loves Ice Prince was released in 2011. It was supported by three singles: "Oleku", " Superstar " and "Juju". In 2013, Ice Prince released Fire of Zamani as his second studio album. The album contained the
Ankara made dresses have been in existent for as long as Ankaras were made and they don't look like they would be going into inexistence anytime soon because the pattern print fabrics used in making these dresses which is commonly known as Ankara is the most used fabric in Nigeria. It can be used to make dresses, tops, jackets, any clothing items can think of. Over the years, lots of styles were introduced into the fashion industry, while some remained and are still waxing stronger than ever, others faded away
I share with you in this article some classy Aso Oke oleku fashion goals for ladies. The Oleku style is one of the most lovely fashion trend from the 70’s and the interesting thing is that people still love to slay on it. The Oleku style comprises of a blouse and a kneel length wrapper which is mostly called the Iro and buba, it is one traditional outfit the Yoruba culture has gifted us with. There is a common way ladies jazz up this look and is by combining different colours of prints either in two-tones
The evolution of fashion in Nigeria has been a very radical one. We went as people who normally wear Adire, Ofi and Sanyan to other type of clothes nowadays. The bumshort of today could well be regarded as the Oleku of the 20th century. What you will now be amazed of is that, the olden days fashion is now gaining acceptance again into the 21st century fashion. That is people are now wearing Oleku again. Clothing and fashion was a very big thing then. 'Slaying' as we do say now started those times. The evolution