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" 'Trinity' ain't got nadda on me!" - Ciara at the Indigo2, London. ©Akin Aworan

” ‘Trinity’ ain’t got nadda on me!” – Ciara at the Indigo2, London. ©Akin Aworan

Top of the morning, my fellow pilgrims.

Ask me to name just one song by Ciara, and I’ll give you that befuddled look similar to Father Dougal McGuire, a reference only those who appreciate the comedy stylings of  Father Ted would get.  But ask me whether I’m familiar with the name, then at least I’ll have something to work with, at least to a certain point.

So, since I know nothing about her musicality, save for her accolades mentioned yesterday night at the Indigo2 by the presenter (and a quick google search this morning), I present to you Ms Ciara in action, from the photographer’s point of view. And may I just say that she reminds me by her performance and by certain visual flashes, she reminds me of a younger Janet Jackson.  But hey, that’s just me:

Ciara. © Akin Aworan 2013

Ciara. © Akin Aworan 2013

Ciara. © Akin Aworan 2013

Ciara. © Akin Aworan 2013

Ciara. © Akin Aworan 2013

Ciara. © Akin Aworan 2013

Ciara. © Akin Aworan 2013

Ciara. © Akin Aworan 2013

Ciara. © Akin Aworan 2013

Ciara. © Akin Aworan 2013

#ciara #indigo2 #musicalize #london #02 #aworan

Thought of the day:

Tí ìṣẹ́ ò bá jẹ ká sọ òdodo, àìṣòdodo ò ní jẹ́ ká bọ́ lọ́wọ́ ìṣẹ́ .

In other words: If fear of poverty makes one lie, lying will keep one in poverty, as well.

Source: Yoruba Proverbs

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