There are so many reasons to love AfroPopFunk or DramaSoul(as she defines her genre of music) star, Temi DollFace. If you haven’t seen her fantastic video ‘Pata Pata’(means completely), we implore you to do so.
Watch and download Temi DollFace’s Pata Pata Video here – you can thank us later.
Besides her music, she is also a true style star (from the picture below, Temi DollFace isn’t your typical Nigerian star – she is one who is willing to experiment with her style) – we’ll cover her style story in a different post but for a sneak peek into her fun offbeat style and a little more about the lovable Temi DollFace, Read This Interview With Temi DollFace.
A few days ago it was revealed that the upcoming Afrobeats star is in the December (not November – sorry) edition of GQ(British) Magazine – 25th Anniversary issue(collector’s item) as the face of its GQDetails Music section(picture below) written by Dorian Lynskey – Introducing Afrobeats: Get Ready To Be Amazed And Confused. The article talks about Afrobeats being a force to reckon with and within the Good and The Bad selection of repetitive sounds , there is Temi DollFace’s type of fresh music – a different type of sound in the African music world – tagged as African Janelle Monae.
Temi Dollface is actually a blend of Monae, Erykah Badu, Billie Holiday and of course Temi herself.
Absolutely love the side profile of Temi DollFace, the hat and the earrings – pata pata! The picture used in this article is a promotional shot by Lakin Ogunbanwo and Temi DollFace styled herself for the picture.
The magazine is out now – its the British GQ 25th Anniversary issue with Rihanna as Medusa by Damien Hirst.