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Monday, 12 March 2018

It's a flinkzy day! When a real nigga adds 1, we celebrate!

March 12, 2018 0

A big shout out to My main niggi ( Trey Flinkz who adds an extra year today. It's been a journey with you man!
We are wishing you the happiest of Birthdays.
Long life 🎅 
More achievements💪
Plenty money💸💱💸💰💲💳
Fine Ride📛🚘🚙
Private jet🚶✈
Finest girls👸👯

Friday, 9 March 2018

How to make a girl enjoy chatting with you

March 09, 2018 0
How to make a girl enjoy chatting with you

There are two easy steps to making anyone, not just girls, like talking to you.

-Find out what excites them.

-Talk about that thing.

This sounds incredibly simple, but it works. If someone is passionate about something and you give them an excuse to talk about it, that person will love you. Be interested and engaged, because if you don't seem interested they'll shut down.

Now, there are four easy categories of things people might be excited to talk about.


These four things make up the FORD method of conversation. Occupation and recreation are generally the easiest/least creepy to ask about when you first meet someone.

Keep asking questions and latch onto a subject they seem passionate about. Then people will like talking to you.

Thursday, 8 March 2018

Seven jobs you can do from home and earn 100k monthly

March 08, 2018 0
Seven jobs you can do from home and earn 100k monthly

-Many people dream of working from home, at least some of the time, and few of us can say we’re not a little bit envious of those who can now and then write reports, design apps, or complete a blueprint while in their PJs.

-While working from home may not be for everyone, you need to have the discipline to resist streaming the latest episode of your favourite series or spending time updating your Instagram profile.

-However, the rate of unemployment in Nigeria doesn’t favor many young people, who, despite having great qualifications, still struggle to find white or blue collar jobs to work in an office setting, whether corporate or government or even in NGOs.

-Interestingly, the gig economy, as it is known around the world, is increasingly taking over the work environment, as more and more people work remotely, virtually or from home. In fact, 43 percent of people in America are working remotely – that’s almost half of the entire American population.

-As we all know, what happens in the Western world, surely will come down to the rest of the emerging economies, and the gig economy is already taking root in Nigeria.

-Working from home requires as little as a smart phone (to take calls), a good PC or laptop to get the work done, and consistent WiFi or data plan

-But what are these work-from-home or remote jobs that pay good money and can bail you out while you look for better pastures?

Here are 8 work-from-home gigs that can pay you more than 100,000naira

1. Graphic Designer

Do you have artistic skills? Can you use design software like Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop, and others to create stunning images, videos and typography for electronic and/or print media? If so, you can pause from your job search and put your design skills to use. There are many gigs that can pay you up to 100,000naira if you like. The beauty in this is, you can add these to your portfolio and use it to get a job at an ad agency or company that needs your services, and you can negotiate higher pay.

2. Writer

Writing is one of the most versatile jobs in any business, and you can literally do it from anywhere, even your local coffee shop. Sometimes you may not get your creative writing inspiration between 9 and 5, so getting to work from home and earn good cash for your writing skills while picking your own hours is so ideal. The secret is to build your writing portfolio, spread your skills across different publications or create your own personal blog, and personal brand online, so you can get better writing gigs.

3. Social Media manager/marketer

This is perhaps one of the most sought after skill right now, besides graphic design and writing. Social media is huge, and companies just don’t know how to deal with this monster on their own, so they need people who understand digital marketing and the different social media channels, plus some public relations to manage their pages and their customers’ feedback. If you love all things digital, can manage pages and brands pretty well, but can’t seem to get a corporate job, why not market your skills and work from home plus earn some while you’re at it.

4. Web design/development

They say if your brand isn’t online, then you aren’t in business. Every brand wants to tap into the billions of potential customers that the online market has to offer, so if you can make that happen through your mad web design and development skills, there’s so much work waiting for you, and you can do it from the comfort of your living room. Sell your skills, and watch your bank account grow!

5. App Developer/Coder

What more can we say about this skill? If you look at what’s happening around the world, its apps and more apps, especially simple apps that can meet the needs of the final consumer like a mobile banking app, financial management app and many more creative apps you can come up with. There’s a young guy who created an app for iPhone, sold it and got $30 million just like that! So you can use your skill online and get paid!

6. Virtual Assistant

Also known as personal assistants, which in the corporate world today are being phased out as a day job, so if you have this skill and you can do it online, there are many good companies looking for virtual assistants to answer emails and calls, do data entry and other simple tasks that can be taken off someone’s plate.

7. Teaching

How to know if a girl wants a kiss

March 08, 2018 0
Afrihot kiss

-Women will almost always tell you in subtle ways.
-The problem is that most people haven’t learned how to read the signs.
-In your case, it is a second date so she likes you enough to go out more than once. I would say that alone is a good sign :)
-Pay attention to her actions.
-Watch her body language.
-Is she engaged?
-Good eye contact?
-Is she playing with her hair?
- Touching her face or mouth?

All of these are signs.
-There are also small things you can do to gauge her interest.
-You can brush hair off of her face or lean in and whisper something in her ear.
-But in my experience the best way to proceed is to be confident
-lean in and put your hand behind her head and kiss her. No tongue. Just a nice medium firm kiss.
-If she responds appropriately, then escalate from there.
Good luck and just go for it!

What it means when a lady texts "hmm" as reply

March 08, 2018 0
What it means when a lady texts "hmm" as reply

A lot of guys become somewhat confused whenever they get hmm" as response during a chat with ladies. We've been able to come up with something we think could help you understand the expression better and what to do next.

What does it mean if a girl texts a guy "hmm"?

-That's called a default. It’s what you say when you don't have anything to say, but you need to say something.

-Lot of human communication doesn't really have much content..A lot of stock phrases like “what's up?”, “how about that?, and a ton of other things.

-Look at the replies on Facebook when somebody posts a picture of themselves and you'll get an idea of how much we say that doesn't mean much.

-It is a reply, tho, an affirmation, or whatever you want to call it. Important even though it has no content.

-If you hear one side of a phone conversation, where the person on the other end is just rambling on and on, you're likely to hear somebody say, “hmmm” a lot.

-If you want her say something more, there’s a simple trick-ask questions.

I’m not a girl, but I once went through something similar.

-It’s basically a sign asking you to come up with something to do or talk about. It’s like asking, “Hey, what’s on your mind?” in an indirect sort of way. So if she replies with “lol nothing” just change the topic and talk about something, and eventually she’ll open up about it herself.

-If she gives the “hmm” response as a reply for your answers, it’s your turn to ask her to elaborate what she thinks.

-You sorta just need to give attention to how she feels. You don’t necessarily need to get it right. Just giving attention is often enough.

Wednesday, 7 March 2018

How to impress a girl without talking to her

March 07, 2018 0
How to impress a girl without talking to her
This 3 Step trick will surely work!
First of all - Don't impress her. Impress her friends.
Talk to her friends.
As you're not focused eventually on her friends so it'll be easy for you to talk to them. Start formally. And talk to the friends without talking to her. 
Make sure you act as of you are not ignoring her intentionally.

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Become famous among them
Slowly start being humorous and witty with her friend and be a little popular among them. Visit the friends often. Get your mutual friends compliment you in front of them without your presence - Don't be extravagant.
Twists and Tweaks
Be in a Off-and-on state with her. Sometime say 'Hi' to her. Sometimes when you roam around just don't look at her as if you are not intensionally ignoring her - just as you're busy.
This will make her think what are you up to. She'll be confused.
And her friends praising her and her confusions. Towards you will apparently lead her to be impressed by you without you talking to her.

Tuesday, 6 March 2018

Tips to writing a rap song

March 06, 2018 0
Tips to writing a rap song

Rap songs often come off as effortless, but they actually require a lot of time and effort to write. You need lyrics that are catchy yet real. You also need top-notch rhyme and rhythm. In a way, writing rap is not all that different from writing poetry. If you are struggling to write a rap song, then this wikiHow is for you.

Part One of Three:
Writing Lyrics


Brainstorm. While listening to a beat on repeat, allow yourself to free-associate or even freestyle out loud to get your creative juices flowing. Do this for a while without setting pen to paper. When you're ready, make a list of every concept, unique perspective, or potential lyric that popped into your head. Allow these to guide and inspire the content of your song as you move forward.Let your ideas brew for a while. Carry a notepad around with you so that if you get a flash of inspiration while you’re on a bus, working out, or buying groceries, you can capture the moment and hopefully expand on it.


Write the hook. If you were writing a term paper, you'd start with a thesis. But this is a rap song so start with a hook (a.k.a. chorus). The hook should not only capture the theme of the song but, more importantly, be catchy and unique as well. A great hook will often inspire other elements of the song such as the beat or other lyrics, so don’t settle for something that doesn’t prompt any other ideas.If you’re having trouble coming up with something out of the blue, riff off of or respond to a line you love from another rap song. Just don’t copy anything outright or you may find yourself in legal trouble. "Drop it like it's hot" was originally a throw-off line from a Hot Boys single in the early 2000s, but Snoop Dogg turned it into a huge hit several years later.


Follow the words. Choose points from your brainstorm list that inspire you and flesh them out. Of course, this is where your skills as a lyricist and as a rhymer will show through. If you're an experienced rapper, play to your strengths. If metaphors are your game, let yourself move on the strength of your metaphors. If you're a natural storyteller, let a narrative emerge from the words.Stay out of your own way. The biggest mistake you can make when you first get started writing lyrics is that you want to "say" something, and force abstract concepts into your lyrics. Be specific. Use concrete words, phrases, and images in your words to keep your idea in the background.


Be believable. While some people might take an "I can rap about anything I want to!" attitude, it's best to avoid rapping about your global cocaine trafficking empire if you're a teenager from the suburbs. Also, keep in mind that just because popular rappers write about certain things, it doesn't make your raps any more or less rap. The Beastie Boys rapped about partying and skateboarding in a talented, unique, and creative way, even though they didn't necessarily rap about traditional topics or fit into the traditional image of what a rapper should be.If you really want to write a rap about something you don't do, make sure you make them as ridiculous as possible. Buff up the braggadocio; exaggerate to insane levels. Don't do it often, and not in serious songs, but have fun with it. Be creative.


Revise, revise, revise. Unless you're a world-class rapper who makes magic every time straight off the dome, your first draft of a song won't necessarily be the best. That's okay. Bob Dylan's first draft of "Like a Rolling Stone" was 20 pages long and terrible. As you're writing, let everything that wants to come out come out, but then you'll need to scale it back to a workable and efficient set of lyrics.Focus on the most memorable lines and images, and cut out everything that doesn't match that theme, that tone, or that story. If you're having trouble figuring out what works and what doesn't, try to rewrite the song from memory, without looking at it. This will act as a kind of strainer--you won't be able to remember the less effective bits, and you'll have to fill in stronger material for what you can't remember.The average song will have 2-3 verses of 16-20 bars each, and 3-4 chorus sections of a variable number of lines. Try to aim for trimming down your output to that amount.

Part Two of Three:
Picking Beats


Pick a pre-made beat. In almost all kinds of songwriting, the melody happens before the lyrics. Most of the time, rappers will similarly develop the beat and become familiar with the music before attempting to write any lyrics. While a rapper might have a stockpile of rhymes built up in notebooks to jump off from, crafting a song requires a beat to rhyme to. Doing this will ensure that the song feels unforced and the music matches the words.Find a producer online who makes beats and listen to several of them until you find some you like. Commission particular sounds or styles from the producer to get an original track. If you like samurai samples and old-school comic book references like the Wu-Tang Clan, send the beatmaker some examples.Even if you have a kind of idea forming for a kind of song or topic you'd like, try to come up with at least three possible beats before settling on one. Matching content, words, and music is a complicated process. Don't rush it.


Consider making your own beats. You can do this on your own computer or sound equipment, or even just by recording yourselfbeatboxing for inspiration.Start by sampling the break from an R&B or soul song you really like. The Meters were a relatively obscure New Orleans funk band from the late 60s, who became famous after being heavily sampled as the tracks for great rap songs. Chop the beat using GarageBand or other free software on your computer.Create beats with a programmable drum machine. The Roland TR-808 is the most iconic drum machine, used in many classic hip-hop and rap tracks. It features a wide variety of bass kicks, hi-hats, hand claps, and other percussive sounds that you can program in different patterns. You can also process and manipulate these beats on your computer.


Find the melody in the beat. Add the melody using bass tones on a synth or keyboard, or by sampling a melodic line from a pre-existing song. Listen to the song repeatedly until the melody starts to reveal itself. Listen to it from different angles and come up with different melodic possibilities. This will help you to find the hook as you begin composing the lyrics and the chorus to the song.Record a "scratch track" of yourself singing nonsense words on top of the beat to help find and remember the melody. It doesn't matter if you're a good singer, because this won't stay on the song. Just allow yourself to explore the beat and find a melody in it by free-singing, humming, or vocalizing.


Listen to lots of beats before settling on one. Some beats are upbeat and make you want to dance and may lead to party-rap songs, while some dark beats will lead to serious or political material. Just because a beat is good doesn't necessarily mean it's the right beat for the song you want to make. As you listen, imagine the possible songs that could come from each beat and pick one that matches your desires for the song.You may not have any clue where the song is going as you listen, and that's ok. Go with your gut. If a beat "speaks" to you--it's time to start making music.

Part Three of Three:
Putting it Together


Structure the song. Now that you have a good idea of the sound your completed song will have, arrange your rhyme into verses (16 bars apiece). You can start each verse with nearly any rhyme, but it's a good practice to end with a rhyme that makes a point. This way your verse doesn't seem to be left hanging. A popular song structurewould be:IntroVerseChorusVerseChorusVerseMiddle 8 (a.k.a. breakdown)ChorusOutro


Rap and refine. Practice rapping your song on your chosen beat to work out the bugs and optimize your written verses. Cut out as many words as possible and then cut out some more. Remember, a rap song is not an English paper; only use the words that are needed to make your point, nothing more. Don't be afraid to add a pause or two, which can help to enhance a certain point in the song.


Memorize your song. Rap your lyrics over your beat until you have memorized every breath and you are sick of hearing them. Only then will you be ready to produce your song.


Produce the song. Either hook up with a producer to get the recordings and mastering completed or self-produce the song.Put it on SoundCloud. Create a SoundCloud account. Edit your profile, then upload your track. Remember to use hash tags. Be online every day to get people's attention and reply to every question you get from anyone.