053 | Quick Fire Q&A with Yemi Alade
This week’s featured quick fire round is with the electrifying “Queen of Afropop,” African superstar – Yemi Alade.
“I do what I love, and I’m grateful to be able to do this!” – Yemi Alade
Yemi’s powerful vocals, bubbly energy, and charm is definitely a force to reckon with.
If you didn’t know her already, Yemi Eberechi Alade is the Nigerian singer-songwriter behind Mama Africa: The Diary of an African Woman.
This is actually her second album following her multi-nominated, ‘Kings of Queens.‘ Yemi has garnered significantly positive reviews from critics with Filter Free adding, “Yemi has managed to craft a collection of songs that have the potential to appeal to fans in every African country close to the equator.”
Yemi was such a delightful guest and had a phenomenal personality to match! We had so much fun in our interview back in episode 38, where she shared what it was like growing up and how winning Peak Talent Show changed her life.
We talked about her songs, the inspiration behind it, and why she does what she does. She also shared her insight on how she deals with the double standards that make it hard for women to succeed.
And dare we say, it’s impossible not to share a hearty laugh with someone as personable as Yemi Alade.
So, tune in on this hilarious Q&A and get a glimpse of just how fun this trailblazing African woman is!
IN THIS EPISODE:
– The three words Yemi picked to describe herself
– Who is the first person who pops in her mind when she hears the word ‘successful’
– What is Yemi’s favorite gift to give and receive
– Yemi’s favorite time of day and why
– Who are the two people Yemi would love to have dinner with
– What is Yemi’s favorite food
– What Yemi picked as her life’s theme song
– The one thing she cannot go a day without
– What is Yemi’s “I am…”
– And much more!
Watch Yemi’s full episode on http://www.ndini.com/podcasts/038/
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The landmass is encircled by the Mediterranean Sea toward the north, the Isthmus of Suez and the Red Sea toward the upper east, the Indian Ocean toward the southeast and the Atlantic Ocean toward the west. The landmass incorporates Madagascar and different archipelagos. It contains 54 completely perceived sovereign states (nations), eight regions and two accepted autonomous states with restricted or no acknowledgment. Algeria is Africa’s biggest country by region, and Nigeria is its biggest by populace. African countries coordinate through the foundation of the African Union, which is settled in Addis Ababa.
Africa rides the equator and the superb meridian making it the main mainland on the planet to be arranged in each of the four cardinal halves of the globe. It is the main mainland to extend from the northern mild to southern calm zones. most of the landmass and its nations are in the Northern Hemisphere, with a generous piece and number of nations in the Southern Hemisphere. The majority of the landmass lies in the jungles, aside from a huge piece of Western Sahara, Algeria, Libya and Egypt, the northern tip of Mauritania, the whole domains of Morocco, Ceuta, Melilla, and Tunisia which thusly are situated over the jungle of Cancer, in the northern mild zone. In the other limit of the landmass, southern Namibia, southern Botswana, incredible pieces of South Africa, the whole domains of Lesotho and Eswatini and the southern tips of Mozambique and Madagascar are situated underneath the jungle of Capricorn, in the southern calm zone.
Africa is home to much biodiversity; it is the landmass with the biggest number
megafauna species, as it was least impacted by the elimination of the
Notwithstanding, Africa additionally is intensely impacted by a wide scope
of ecological issues, including desertification, deforestation, water shortage,
and different issues. These settled in ecological worries are relied upon to
deteriorate as environmental change impacts Africa. The UN Intergovernmental
Climate Change has distinguished Africa as the mainland generally helpless
against environment change.
The historical backdrop of Africa is long, complex, and has regularly been
overlooked by the worldwide chronicled community. Africa, especially
Eastern Africa, is broadly acknowledged as the spot of beginning of people
and the Hominidae clade (incredible gorillas). The soonest primates and their
predecessors have been dated to around 7 million years prior, including
Australopithecus africanus, A. afarensis, Homo erectus, H. habilis and H.
ergaster—the soonest Homo sapiens (present day human) stays, found in
South Africa, and
Morocco, date to around 200,000, 259,000, and 300,000 years prior
individually, and Homo sapiens is accepted to have started in Africa around
350,000–260,000 years ago. Due to being the longest occupied landmass, Africa is
likewise believed by anthropologists to be the most hereditarily different
mainland on the planet.
Early human civilizations, for example, Ancient Egypt and Carthage arose in
North Africa. Following an ensuing long and complex history of civilizations, movement and exchange, Africa has an enormous variety of identities, societies and dialects. The most recent 400 years have seen an expanding European effect on the landmass. Beginning in the sixteenth century, this was driven by profession, including the Trans-Atlantic slave exchange, which made huge African diaspora populaces in the Americas. In the late nineteenth century, European nations colonized practically all of Africa, separating assets from the landmass and taking advantage of neighborhood networks; most present states in Africa rose up out of a course of decolonisation in the twentieth century.
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