Saturday, December 29, 2012

sometimes we forget to live

As we all have so many memories that we are either too lazy to capture or too busy to organize, i am not sure where to categorize this or even if my take is a valid humane one.

So yesterday while driving to 3cousins bbq, I saw heavy smoke coming from a building, my first reaction was this is not a controlled fire and it definitely shouldn't be here in this neighborhood, out of curiosity i decided to make the left turning to see what was really going down.

Making the left, I realized I could recognize a few folks outside a gate and one was running with his fire extinguisher, I parked my car, opened my trunk and decided to do the civic thing.

At this point there was a crowd and eventually the fire was contained. I was thinking ok the worst is over and the landlord probably just needs to dig into his pocket and manage the unexpected expense..

Out of no where, i hear a lady screaming!!! I look and a man is walking arms stretched out to his side, skin peeled off pretty much 75percent off his body burnt up, his toes curled up. He didnt say anything and he just walked. It was unreal, I figured he was definitely in SHOCK but he was definitely a strong man .. next thing you hear is a man yelling EVERYONE SHOULD GET OUT OF THE COMPOUND, ( mixed feelings , the people in the compound helped put the fire out, but i guess they were not welcomed guest but where was he when folks were scrambling to put the fire out.

I stepped away from the main gate, walked towards where my car was parked and i see a car reversing into the gate and i am thinking, these folks better not try and put the burnt up man in the car like that.
i really couldn't stand to watch anymore so i drove off.  when i got home i decided to google burn victims and healing process.

I was told today that the man didn't make it.  A part of me was sad but very relived because based on what i saw and what i read and knowing we are in NIGERIA, death may be the easiest exit for him

pretty sad,

Saturday, December 22, 2012

Wednesday, December 19, 2012

Chaka The Legend

Was just thinking about you bro

Sunday, December 16, 2012

Wednesday, December 12, 2012

Monday, December 10, 2012

Saturday, December 8, 2012

2 nights ago

Some days
Are like today
When the hours are paused
The clouds are frozen
The air is stale
N the lights are dim

Such days I search for poetry
My gazes are long
My words are shut
My emotions heightened

Gone are the days
Of endless poetry
Days once dreaded
Now welcoming.

Its 11.27 pm
I wish  to be born again
As a poet
So my words shall be freed
And emotions addressed

Thursday, December 6, 2012

Monday, December 3, 2012

Dont forgot, you can find Ns tees at the 3C&C bbq spot!

Made For You


Very interesting documentary, its definitely worth 2.5 hours of your life. I do believe there is some bias but overall very informative. Be careful of what you talke away. I think the most important lesson we can learn is that we control our own destiny

Folks are stepping up their game for real

i like the track, the video is creative and clean as well and the crew definitely has talent.

Sunday, December 2, 2012

Ns Presido 2.0

Ns Presido 2.0 Tee
Guess who finally joined his peers and got an F?

Saturday, December 1, 2012

Bet She is on the CIA's List now

Her flow really aint bad and she should get some kudos for balls to make a song like this.. but her attempt to make a sexual song comes off a bit racist especially for Blacks that have grown up in predominantly white areas.

But i can bet she is definitely on the Radar of the US Government.  I am sure anything OBAMA is definitely flagged including this post i just mentioned his name :)

Friday, November 23, 2012

Sunday, November 18, 2012

Saturday, November 17, 2012

Friday, November 16, 2012

Thursday, November 15, 2012

Ns Joins The Karmaloop Family

PSA: -

What’s good comrades!

We are excited to announce that your favorite brand is now part of the Karmaloop family. For the next few months you will be able to purchase our brand products at, a site owned by Karmaloop. Over the next few weeks we will be releasing new shirts exclusive only to Karmaloop, so look out for us and tell a friend to tell a friend that Ns is the truth baby!

About Karmaloop is a multi-platformed web retailer specializing in global urban fashion and carries over 500 brands. receives 4.5 million unique visitors a month and has 85,000 members

Monday, November 12, 2012

Sunday, October 28, 2012

Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Monday, October 22, 2012

Thursday, October 18, 2012

Tuesday, October 16, 2012

Some of our valued customers during the Ns + 3 Cousins & A Crook BBQ Grill Indy Cookout made the papers

Bepak Promo

Bepak Promo Video from Bepak on Vimeo.

Ns Hoodies! Pre Order Now!

Sunday, October 14, 2012

PSA Lagos Family!

What’s up Fam!

We have closed The 1463 Experience store at Ikota Shopping Complex (shop c129). We are currently in the process of relocating to a new store.

During this transition phase Ns will still be open for business. Starting December 1, 2012, you will be able to find us at 3 Cousins & A crook BBQ Grill from Wednesday – Friday located @ BICS Garden - B20 Wole Olateju Crescent Lekki 1, Lagos, Nigeria. You can also call 07057538169 or 08062405883 to schedule a shirt delivery anywhere on the island.

We will keep you updated on the development of the new store soon. Thanks to everyone who came to Ikota and showed some love . We salute!

Ns  loves you  more...

Saturday, October 6, 2012

Friday, September 28, 2012

Wednesday, September 26, 2012

Monday, September 24, 2012

Tuesday, September 11, 2012

Ns Is Forever


We love Justina! Check out her new brand.

NAMi is proud to present its debut Spring / Summer Footwear collection...available at
About NAMi:
NAMi is a women’s wear Label founded in 2011, by its creative director Justina Job. The founder is a Nigerian Born, Austrian national who is also an Architecture Graduate from the University of Manchester.  
“NAMi embodies the cultural aspects of my life in a design form. By using my Western upbringing along with my African heritage I use the two extremes to form my labels design language.” – Justina Job     
NAMi’s ethos is to challenge Western and African notions of luxury and style by combining them. In essence we aim to create a label that caters to the lifestyle of a client that lives, works, and plays in both worlds.     
This is why our products range from footwear to resort collections, and focus on creating exclusive, inspired and unique pieces.  In addition, we place a high level of emphasis in producing the highest standards in quality and we pride ourselves on our craftsmanship and exclusivity.  All NAMi products are handcrafted in Nigeria by our highly trained and skilled design team and are often produced in limited quantities.