Starring covergirl the super talented songbird Roucheon
C.hub magazine on it’s 7th issue stars on its cover the super talented and sensational singer Roucheon . The Zimbabwean songbird who has quietly and consistently continued to take the world by storm. The creative entrepreneur is one of the few leading the way to inspire many women to live their best lives.
A performance artist in true form. Her music has touched thousands of people around the world. The multi talented songstress has been honoured for her contribution to the industry
– MTV award winner, Women4Africa award winner, BBI award winner, BEFFTA award winner, WWA nominee, Mobo nominee.
C.hub magazine has called her a lyrical jewel as well as been hailed as ‘The Next best thing to come out of the UK’ on Thisis50.com. She’s a singer, songwriter, producer, and lyrical MC who brings a hip-hop edge to her soulful sound. With 12 albums released to date, a catalogue of videos and a documentary series the world is paying close attention to this rising star.
Roucheon as a solo artist released her debut album this May called ‘Love Royelle’ from which the title tracks ‘Never Gone’ and ‘Midnight Melody‘ once again had DJ’s worlwide locked in. This release was Independent on her record label FEROrecords into the national charts. It has been soaring and made it to number 24 in the iTunes chart. She continues to break ground and it is easy to recognise that she is a certified star rising with incredible talent. She continues to be a sort after female lyricist and her vocals have been described as ‘Evocative and Hauntingly beautiful’ life changing. She has the ability to touch the soul and has a powerful presence that makes people believe.
Also On this Leaders issue of C.Hub magazine, we’ve looked through different types of leaders, the qualities to look out for in a leader. We’ve looked at the impact of social media following on people’s perception of who a leader is and or should be one.
Does being famous make one a leader? Does leadership have age? Find out as we take a look from football point of view putting Arsene Wenger V Jose Mourinho on the leadership spot light. Lets see how these two navigate their clubs back to success after difficult times.
We also had a rare opportunity to chat with Ben Oguntala the CEO of African Tourism Market and developing Africa both ventures targeted at commercialising African resources . Ben tells us how to turn all the issues in Africa including Boko Haram to a profitable business that will eventually benefit the local people.
On our destination,we landed on the horn of Africa – Ethiopia and we also had a look at top destinations fit for a world leader for a holidays. We also look at how our famous women leaders in their field have influenced our sense of style. On home, we also deliberate on the impact of our surrounding (our home) to our style of leadership. This issue once again I promise you is loaded with much to read and think about.
Other topics includes the Editors fancy – Art of steel, Devyn Tyler (actress – Solomon Northup’s daughter in 12 years a slave), Author Ferdinard Lawson, and 8 good pages of all about the Mane Divas and the launch event, we also have the exclusive images from the Face of Africa EU gala, On fashion, we had our eyes on the classy little black dress worn by Eryca Freemantle on Divas of colour 2014 and have re-created that classic style. Again , we have a dig on the BOWTIE BIG COME BACK. Our designer spotlight, we spotted African authentic brand – Zuri Bagz and Graced London (Jewellery) .
On poetry, we exclusively remembered Trayvon Martins with – ‘The boy with the hood’, and Beverly Andrews took us through with the latest movie in town – ‘Belle’ . Our top 3 Afrobeats stars to watch – Ezi Emela, Moelogo and Seyi Shay and we have Tinchy Stryder’s latest release – ESG. This is the explosive issue yet and to make it worthwhile, we’ve left it on free download here – http://localhost/chubmagazine.com/2014/06/c-hub-magazine-issue-7-now-free-download/ . To order print edition go here – www.chubmagazine.com/shop
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