A new era of pop culture in Nigeria has begun with the recent launch of TheBlueBook’s e-magazine.
The first issue of the e-magazine which features millenials cutting across technology, fashion, lifestyle, and music, has set the pace for cutting-edge communication for the young generation in Nigeria and beyond.
Digital media has been given a brand new persona with TheBlueBook standing firm as the first of it’s kind to bring such unique content to life; giving the audience personalized experiences when they engage with the e-magazine and/or website.
Featured in its maiden edition and seen given exclusive content are: Ladipoe- Mavin’s poet, Chocolate City’s producer- Ckay, the prince of alte vibes- Funbi, creative strategist and visual storyteller- Fisayo Fosudo, style and beauty blogger, Valerie Ebunigwe and lots more.
The physical look of the e-magazine also adds to the aesthetic quality. With the use of different color schemes that compliment each other, the overall quality is further enhanced by the balance in the pages where pictures and written words are given equal space and attention.
Hence, the audience don’t get to miss a single detail.
With this platform’s overall motive to change the narrative in the digital media space, a quick download of the e-Magazine offers an opportunity to join a growing community of individuals in the ‘alte era’- the new cool of society.
When asked about the future plans of ThatBlueBook.com, the C.E.O, Babajide Esho had this to say ”thatbluebook.com is the first pop-culture brand using Virtual reality to personalize the e-Magazine experience and we are proud of this feat.
Our aim as a brand is not to be conventional in terms of just showing scheduled content, we want our audience to experience each and every bit of content we put out.
With a team build up of unique talents, ThatBlueBook.com is on to something big, revolutionary, if I dare say. We are starting a Pop Culture takeover in Nigeria.”