Last Friday, I posted a clip featuring a conversation between Ria Bossman and me relating to Game of Thrones and its sex scenes. It was based of an interview at Oxford between two of the shows male cast and a student audience. Kit Harington who plays the part of Jon Snow in the series commented on … Continue reading Bible vs GOT – Reality or Fiction?
Hondred: Thanks for meeting me on short notice. I have been trying to have this conversation with you for a while but it’s been difficult getting the words out of my mouth. SM: Y didn’t u just link up on Whatsapp or DM me on twitter or something? Hondred: I could have but I prefer … Continue reading My breakup with Social Media
I recently found out that I wore the same red Superman t-shirt on my sons last birthday gathering. I did not plan on giving this item of apparel the “birthday t-shirt” status but considering I chose it twice and literally as I came out of the shower, I guess it deserves that title. As a … Continue reading Superman Birthdays
Preparing for a show is a lot of work that sometimes I even take for granted. From logistics, sound, fashion, marketing and more it is safe to say that experience goes a long way in getting one accustomed to ensuring that an audience gets the best service. Of all these elements involved in preparation, what … Continue reading My Thoughts on my Rehearsal
Pursuing your passion is not a journey for the faint hearted. Your definition of success as a goal and you sticking to it can end that journey or see you through it. There are aspects of spirituality, discipline, life etc that come into play but today I want to focus on the importance on not … Continue reading He Came In 30th So What?
So last week I mentioned I had to go to my high school as a guest to chat about life after high school. The panel was made up of both seniors and juniors including myself who had the rather unconventional route. We all had similar experiences and it was clear that passion fueled our drive … Continue reading Life After High School Pt.2
Hondred Percent reflects on his poetry rap journey after high school
Hondred Percent breaks down how his journey to getting his album in 14 digital stores in 241 markets
I’m an African but I don’t feel proud to be one. Roll up in my streets and you will feel foul to be one - Hondred Percent The statement above comes from my track titled Akola Boni of my album WTF? I never thought I would refer to this specific line but the situation I … Continue reading Justice Where Are You?
Last Saturday 7th October 2017 was a display of tragic fireworks that made Ghana wish Superman came to our aid. Alas, Superman is only fictional and even if he wasn't, the chaos and crime in the world that day may have prevented him from being a hero to Ghanaians. (Black Panther who is near by … Continue reading Where Were You When Gas Exploded?