Magazines have always been my favorite thing since I can remember. When I was a child, my brother would often bring me magazines like People, Vogue, Travel, and auto whenever he traveled to work abroad. I was granted a degree when I applied to Midlands States University that I had never even thought about. I went to the faculty administration and requested that it be replaced with media, and by the time I was in my first year, I had already begun creating magazines. I had the good fortune to launch CloutBase as an entertainment publication, and since everything seemed to fall into place, I can officially say that I work for a magazine. As the Editor in Chief of CloutBase, I feel tremendously pleased to have learned how to create celebrity portfolios, commission news pieces, and develop my own point of view while working with some of the smartest and most progressive men and women.
This website’s theme of originality was something we recognized from the beginning when we first started building it. The topic that emerged from a review of the three years’ worth of CloutBase’s archives was the promotion of the entertainment sector. We made the decision to leave no one behind for this year, the start of a new era.
We appreciate the effort spent by the talented and tireless staff at CloutBase in ensuring the realization of our concepts. As much as we enjoyed writing them, we hope you like reading them.
Takudzwa Terrence Musakasa