Kuvie Is the Producer Defining the New Age of Ghanaian Music
Beautiful article. The writer of the piece lost his father. A week later the writer decides to play God of War to forget about the pain and numbness that was caused. He talks about how Kratos was similar to his father. If you're a fan of the game(s) make sure you definitely read it.
PS: Has mild spoilers about the game.
Superb article by Rory Smith about last night's atmosphere at Anfield and the lead up to the match.
What a review 😅
I've always felt that Michael Bay's Pain and Gain was an underrated movie. It's a great movie and deserves a lot of praise. This article does a great job of telling you why it does.
There are spoilers in this keep that in mind when you read it if you haven't seen the movie.
What a beautiful article. Loved it.
After reading the article all I can say is Wow.
This is a depressing read :(
“Ronaldinho was responsible for the change in Barça. It was a bad time and the change that came about with his arrival was amazing. In the first year, he didn’t win anything but people fell in love with him. Then the trophies started coming and he made all those people happy.”
Just like Steven Gerrard did at Liverpool, like Arrigo Sacchi did at Milan and like Ariel Ortega did at River Plate, Ronaldinho’s talent deserved more than it probably ended with. But that will never matter to him, nor should it those that will make a judgment on his greatness. It’s hard to measure greatness in the form of silverware as that’s so often decided by those around you as much as anything else.
Joy, however, is much easier to measure. It’s black and white; you either bring people joy or you don’t. Ronaldinho did, to millions of fans around the world. He transcended rivalry and achieved the happiness he set out for when he first laced a pair of boots up. He may not have realised it at the time, but the happiness he experienced came from himself; he was the joy.
That was Ronaldinho."
Only Indians can be capable of something like this. Great article.