Editorial: Tuck Magazine 2016

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Tuck Magazine had a record breaking 2016, publishing an increased number of articles as each month progressed, easily surpassing the achievements of the year before.

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The religious recluse of the Oro cult and Yoruba bardic tradition

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Shola Balogun

This study examines the indigenous institution of the Oro cult, its organizations and the various dramatic components embedded in the nocturnal processions of its religious recluse.

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African Music: The Worlasi Syndrome: A look at Nuse vs Uncut Albums

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Nana Arhin Tsiwah

This is something I have been wanting to write for the past two weeks. It’s about the music industry in Ghana and the crop of artistes and music players evolving in recent and a few past years. I have been following keenly the twists and game-monkisms that keep hitting the music scene. For the purposes of this write-up, it is about music essence and not necessarily the unnecessary music hype and dosage churning of chronic musicals or musicians.

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Film, Arts and Entertainment with Fana Sooka

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Musa Gift Masombuka 

Born in 1994, the fourth of seven sons of Monicca Annah Sooka, Fana Sooka began school in 2002 at Regae Primary school, going on to secondary in Majatladi, South Africa. He had been an extrovert and was interested mostly in entertainment, always feeling vibrant over the performing lessons, known as Arts & Culture.

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