Lagos; the city that never sleeps; the hub of business and entertainment. The people of Lagos typify the Made of Black attitude; they are hardworking and resilient. I am sure you will agree with me that Lagos is #MadeofBlack.
The people of Enugu embody the Made of Black attitude; they are resourceful, enterprising, hardworking, and always pushing the boundaries.
Port Harcourt, the land of men who are strong with a “never say never” attitude. They dare to be different. They are truly #MadeofBlack.
Benin, the land that appreciates and celebrates culture. They are contemporary, modern and do great things with their hands. They are definitely #MadeofBlack.
Do you live in Lagos, Enugu, Port Harcourt or Benin? Do you know anyone in your city who is exceptional, extra ordinary and typifies the made of black attitude?
Guinness is rolling out the red carpet to celebrate the unsung Made of Black heroes, the dancers, the singers, the drivers, the barmen, the mechanics, the teachers, all those united by their shared black attitude. People like Olamide and Phyno, who dared to be different. They have both taken local indigenous rap to another level.
Join the conversation online and on radio to nominate people you believe are #madeofblack;
- Lagos – Table of Men, Cool FM 96.9, Monday – Thursday, 8:00pm – 8:30pm
- Enugu – Table of Men, Sunrise 96.1, Monday – Friday, 8:30pm – 9:00pm
- Port Harcourt – Table of Men, Wazobia FM 94.1, Monday – Friday, 8:00pm – 8:30pm
- Benin – Rhythm FM 93.7
You can also join the conversation on twitter @guinnessvip using the hashtag #MadeofBlack.
You have to be 18+ to be part of this.