• Olu Oguibe

    Olu Oguibe

    Olu Oguibe (born 14 October 1964) is a Nigerian-born American artist and intellectual. Professor of Art and African-American Studies at the University of Connecticut, Storrs, Oguibe is a senior fellow of the Vera List Center for Art and Politics at the New School, New York City, and the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, DC. He is also an art historian, art curator, and leading contributor to post-colonial theory and new information technology studies.. Oguibe was honoured with the State of Connecticut Governor's Arts Award for excellence and lifetime achievement on 15 June 2013.

  • Chosen One (Olu Maintain album)

    Olumide Edwards Adegbulu (born September 1976) popularly known by his stage name "Olu Maintain" (sometimes called Mr. Yahooze) is a Nigerian recording artist, songwriter and performer. He co-founded the musical group known as Maintain with his cousin, Tolu Ogunniyi. Adeboye Bammeke, popularly known as Big Bamo, joined the group, which released six albums between 1998 and 2004 with the hit songs "I Catch Cold", "Domitila" and "Alo" before they separated in 2004.

  • Olu Maintain

    Olumide Edwards Adegbulu (born September 1976) popularly known by his stage name "Olu Maintain" (sometimes called Mr. Yahooze) is a Nigerian recording artist, songwriter and performer. He co-founded the musical group known as Maintain with his cousin, Tolu Ogunniyi. Adeboye Bammeke, popularly known as Big Bamo, joined the group, which released six albums between 1998 and 2004 with the hit songs "I Catch Cold", "Domitila" and "Alo" before they separated in 2004.

  • Olu Agunloye

    Olu Agunloye is a Nigerian politician who is former Minister of Power and Steel and former Minister of State for Defence (Navy). In 2016 he joined the Social Democratic Party and became a candidate for Governor of Ondo State.

  • Olu Falae

    Chief Samuel Oluyemisi Falae CFR (born September 21, 1938), simply known as Olu Falae, is a Nigerian banker, administrator and politician from Akure, Ondo State. He was secretary to the military government of Ibrahim Babangida from January 1986 to December 1990, and was briefly the Finance Minister in 1990. He ran for president in Nigeria's Third and Fourth republics.

  • Olu Iwa

    Olu Iwa

    Olu Iwa is a live album by Cecil Taylor recorded in Berlin, Germany on April 12, 1986 and released on the Soul Note label. The album features a concert performance by Taylor with Thurman Barker, William Parker and Steve McCall with Earl McIntyre, Peter Brötzmann and Frank Wright added on one track.

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