ARTROOM — influercers RSS


The sole purpose of Uyolo connects is to provide its audience with an insight into the lives and works of different artists. We are not a promoting site, we intentionally aim at breaking the barriers of social standards especially within African artists in order for them to use our platform to learn about each other in the eventuality of a future collaboration or simple artistic growth. All artists are laced with talent but not all however are able to see their works valorized. Uyolo’s contributors value arts of all kind, and today we are switching up the game with an interview with Kaluhi who is a Kenyan food blogger.   Uyolo: I have seen on your website that you are diverse...

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Skinny dipping into the culture

f you spend an uncanny amount of time on the internet, and are undeniably unwilling to cut down from the five or more hours a day spent on screening through your exe’s twitter page, Hollywood Unlocked, Shadesroom's latest scoop, or again the newest YouTube make-up or breakup tutorials; why not make sure that you are also getting your daily good internet shake? This means following great influencers who will always inspire you right there on your feed when you decide to take a stroll down the internet lane. Below are uYolo’s top 5 African influencers. They are ethnic grounded and successful self-made entrepreneurs, artists, living their best lives working either travelling around the globe or living in Africa; either way,...

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