Back in Lisbon | Good News | Angolan Approval

Good day Mi Gente. At this particular moment I’m staring at the sun right and I’m looking into a purple tree just outside of my window listening to Prince Kiyee Banamoya. Don’t forget to download this shit, this is a banger right here, this is a banger! We got great news for you. Mama Edith’s […]

Back in Lisbon | Family | Uncle Time

Helloooooooooo Mi Gente, I know you wanted to hear about how beautiful Lisbon is and of course how my mum is doing. Mi Gente, they didn’t grant the visa for my mom yet. Yes I been here already about a week, and I have a week to go. She received the gifts but because of […]

Travel Blog | Changed Man | Africa

Wow I just realized that am no longer African, meaning I am African but I don’t understand the African ways no more. The Jamaican and Haitian influences are very powerful, special black America that I just realized I grow up with. Am trying to get or show some love to the African dudes like head […]

Mãe | Mama | Follow up

Good day Mi Gente. Thank you so much for the kind comments that you put on the post of my mom. Well, the funny thing is that a neighbor saw that post, translated it – I’m talking about a neighbor in Angola – sent it to her mama and her mom walked straight up in […]

New York | New Jersey | Travel Blog

In my brain after Gindungo. Am lost because it’s a mix of feelings. I am very proud to push the bar higher but remember: with every single success, people turn against you, even the ones close to you. Paranoid? yes indeed, but when things happen over and over again, it’s just like the weather – […]

Mozambique Cyclone Idai

Our hearts goes to Mozambique because most of the Cyclone Idai has hit destroyed and devastated this beautiful country and killed 1000 and counting and we know this is Africa and we know more than 1000 people died, come on my people. That’s the count that they estimated so that you and me can have […]

Honesty | Curaçao: 2 days to go

Good afternoon my savage readers. Let’s get back to grinding. I basically have 2 or 3 days in Montreal before going to Curaçao and attend the Curadise Dance Experience event. But tonight we have kuduro at 7pm for kids and kuduro at 8pm for adults. And those are the programs for the Spring Bling 2 […]

Day 72 | Boston: 4 days to go

Good morning Mi Gente. I know it’s past afternoon but your doctor had to wake up today earlier to deal with the government. Oh well. Let me tell you how that go. Taxes taxes taxes. Aka stealing stealing stealing. So you telling me that the money is going to the teachers, the hospitals, the roads, […]

Day 69 | Boston: 7 days to go

Good afternoon Mi Gente. It’s already noon ⏰. Today is Friday, Mi Gente. I know everybody happy because today is the last day of work, so I am happy for you too, even though I don’t work normal hours. I am happy because you happy. Let’s put it like that. I woke up with a […]

Day 52 | Vermont: 3 days to go

Good morning mi Gente. Day 52 of soberness of alcohol and smokes free. Yesterday the kuduro was so amazing it broke my body after the plane. I came home, sat down at my office, tried to do a little bit of work, but you know what, my bed was calling my name. I had to […]

Day 29 | Gindungo: 5 days to go

Oh my goodness, good morning for the second time. I woke up early, I dropped this note on Facebook because I had to get it off my chest: “When the past calls, don’t answer. It has nothing new to say”. Some of you guys already liked it. Then I fell back asleep and reality hit […]

Day 25 | Gindungo: 10 to go

Good day Mi Gente! I’m going to be a little bit personal with this post, and since today is Revelation Wednesday aka my social is today by the name of Kitaba, the Great Angolan Peanut Butter. I was having a funny and hard Angolan debate with my brother Nunes Da Costa last night on Facebook. […]