Creatively Naked – PMA’s 4th Edition held in Lagos Metropolis


Creatively Naked

Following the success of its 3rd edition; a 4th edition of Poetry, Music and Other Art Forms took place  on Saturday 20th of October 2012. The art appreciation gathering themed Creatively Naked was held at Q-lounge; a lovely hangout spot in the heart of Lagos, Nigeria attracted an eclectic mix of lovers of art.

The evening was compèred by the hilarious diva, Damilola Kafadiya a.k.a Damdam and Chinedu a.k.a Kamakazi.

The event was romanced with the amazing words that flowed out of the mouth of art nsync orators; Psalmuria, Meejy, Hazeez the Mojo with his comical poetry that depicts power failure in Nigeria, Ojo, Seun of Naija Stories,Shidera, Kels,Ashton,Waves, Enime who got the crowd laughing so hard with his remix of TuFace's African queen,to mention a few.

The founder Olamipo Adeola expressed her gratitude and unveiled the one year anniversary of PMA that will take place in the first quarter of 2013. She spoke on how it plans to be a gathering of all persons intrigued by the world of creativity and would also serve as a platform of fundraising for the less privileged. The venue however is yet to be revealed. We can only keep our fingers crossed and expect the best of the best.

 The evening ended with Obidara Ifejika the winner of Naija Poetry Slam thrilling the crowd to her beautiful recital 'New Nigeria' that brought everyone to there feet with thunderous ovation.

It was indeed an evening of baring it all.

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Obidara Ifejika(winner of Naija Poetry Slam) and Olamipo Adeola (founder of PMA)

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Enime, thrilling the crowd to his remix of Tuface's African Queen

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Chris serenading the lovely Obidara

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Damilola Kafadiya (a.k.a Damdam) treating Chris to a laugh

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Hazeez the Mojo

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Kamakazi, Tobiloba Agoro (PMA team) and Damdam

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