Women preparing rice to sell in Ushafa Village, Abuja, Nigeria, #JujuFilms

Women preparing rice to sell in Ushafa Village, Abuja, Nigeria, #JujuFilms

Women preparing rice to sell in Ushafa Village, Abuja, Nigeria, #JujuFilms

Nigeria in Pictures

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Juju Films owns a rich and diverse archive of over 500,000 licensable images, over 200,000 images shot in Nigeria with over 20,000 published and 2000 currently licensed in-house or through Getty Images. To license content please visit our licensing page.

My automatic response to all of my friends who approach me with any of their problems.

My automatic response to all of my friends who approach me with any of their problems.

Credit: Cheech & Chong

Igbo Women, Motorcycling, Iheaka Village, Enugu State, Nigeria, #JujuFilms

Igbo Women, Motorcycling, Iheaka Village, Enugu State, Nigeria, #JujuFilms

Igbo Women, Motorcycling, Iheaka Village, Enugu State, Nigeria, #JujuFilms

Sugarcane vendor, Dutse Market, Dutse, Abuja, Nigeria, #JujuFilms

Sugarcane vendor, Dutse Market, Dutse, Abuja, Nigeria, #JujuFilms

Sugarcane vendor, Dutse Market, Dutse, Abuja, Nigeria, #JujuFilms

Prodigy – RIP 6/20/2017

Albert Johnson (November 2, 1974 – June 20, 2017), better known by his stage name Prodigy, was an American rapper and one half of the hip hop duo Mobb Deep with Havoc. He was the great-great-grandson of the founder of Morehouse College.

Born in Hempstead, New York. Prodigy became a member of the duo Mobb Deep. He comes from a musical family—his grandfather, Budd Johnson, and his great-uncle Keg Johnson are remembered for their contributions to the Bebop era of jazz.[2] His mother, Fatima Johnson, was a member of The Crystals.[3] Propelled to awareness partially by fellow rapper Nas, who took a similar approach lyrically on his Illmaticalbum from 1994, as well as with the aid of a successful single, “Shook Ones Pt. 2,” Mobb Deep released The Infamous in 1995 and sold over 500,000 within the first two months. A year and a half later, at the end of 1996, Prodigy and Havoc released Hell on Earth; debuting at number six on SoundScan the album was composed with both evocative beats and cinematic rhymes that communicated the dark side of New York’s urban landscape. Due to a grim video for “Hell on Earth (Front Lines)” and theatrical Scarface-like photos inside the CD booklet picturing the duo with guns and a mound of cocaine, Mobb Deep had created an elaborate image for themselves that took hardcore gangsta rap to a new level for East Coast hip hop and the album sold over 500,000 units within the first two months again. Its next release, Murda Muzik, was heavily bootlegged while still in its demo stage, leaking, onto the streets and over the internet, rough versions of the nearly 30 songs the duo had recorded.

Source: Wikipedia

Igbo Girls, Motorcycling, Obolo Village, Enugu State, Nigeria, #JujuFilms

Igbo Girls, Motorcycling, Obolo Village, Enugu State, Nigeria, #JujuFilms

Igbo Girls, Motorcycling, Obolo Village, Enugu State, Nigeria, #JujuFilms

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