Tuesday, October 16, 2018

Olamide signs another young talent, Yomi Blaze to YBNL

It is raining new additions at the YBNL family as Olamide announces the signing of young talent Yomi Blaze to his record label, YBNL. Olamide has announced the signing of young rapper, Yomi Blaze to his record label, YBNL.Following the addition of the young rapper, Picazo, who became an online sensation over the past week to his YBNL family in the early hours of Monday, October 15th, Olamide has now welcomed yet another raw talent in Yomi Blaze to his label.This he announced via his Instagram page, with the caption ”welcome to YBNL, never walk alone, ishè Liverpool FC.”  Yomi Blaze has been around for while, knocking on the industry doors with his singles like ‘Ika’ freestyle and a numble of freestyle clips on his social media pages, but it is his association with Picazo, his family, that has helped take his music to the notice of the YBNL boss as he was one of the boys hyping Picazo in the viral clip.The rapper also took to his Instagram page to thank Olamide, as he shared, ”am speechless.”  Olamide has been credited with the success of the careers of names like Adekunle Gold and Lil Kesh in the past and with the style of rap that both Yomi Blaze and Picazo are known for, YBNL seems like a perfect fit to help develop their art.

FELA AT 80: Femi Kuti, siblings celebrate posthumous birthday

Yesterday, Femi Kuti and his siblingscelebrated their late father, afro-beat legend, Fela Anikulapo-Kuti, on his posthumous 80th birthday.
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Seun Kuti attacks Kanye West for disrespecting Fela’s spirit

Late Fela Anikulapo-Kuti’s son,  Seun Kuti, has attacked American rapper and Kim Kardashian’s husband, Kanye West,for claiming Fela’s spirit flows through him.
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Fresh trouble looms as Davido threatens legal action over 3rd babymama allegation

Nigerian pop music star, David  Adeleke, a.k.a Davido has finally reacted to reports that his relationship with Chioma, his Chef girlfriend may have hit the rocks over allegations that he has a third babymama.
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Seun Kuti says everyone wants to be Fela because they want to smoke weed,...

Seun Kuti wants you all to stop ‘famzing’ his late father, Fela Kuti when all you want to do is take advantage of his name. Seun Kuti is shaking a table that has a lot of singers on it following his comments where he said everyone wants to be Fela because they want to smoke weed and chase women.The music star and son to the late music icon, Fela Kuti made this known via his Instagram page on Monday, October 15, 2018. According to Seun Kuti, everyone wants to be Fela without taking the sacrifice and the call to duty.”People will never understand you without going through the education you have tried to promote. Every Tom Dick And Ashy is the new Fela just because they want to smoke igbo and chase women. How about the sacrifice? How about duty? They want to be Fela and at the same time be the darlings of all the oppressors. All these new Fela’s and those possessed by his spirit hobnobbing with white supremacists. “They think u are great because rappers mention your name, they don’t know that rappers mention ur name so they can feel greatness. What do they know about sacrifice? What do they know about the trauma that first-hand violence has inflicted on our family? The blind leading the blind listening to the deaf speak! Happy 80th. The struggle intensifies!!!” he said. Hmmm…what do you guys think? It feels like Seun Kuti is done with people who just want to take advantage of the Fela brand. A typical example of Seun Kuti’s outburst can be felt when he distanced his father’s spirit from Kanye West. ALSO READ: Remember when Fela Kuti married twenty- seven wives?Seun Kuti says the spirit of Fela isn’t anywhere near Kanye West Seun Kuti doesn’t want Kanye West “famzing” with his late father, Fela, as he said his father’s spirit isn’t anywhere close to the American rapper. The music star and activist made this known via his Instagram page on Sunday, October 14, 2018. Seun’s reaction was based on a video earlier posted by Kanye West where he said the spirit of Fela, Bob Marley, and 2Pac flows in him. “Erm erm on behalf of the Kuti family, I want to state that the spirit of Olufela Anikulapo Kuti isn’t anywhere near Kanye West. @ziggymarley over to you.              @oldmanebro come get ur boi before I #getthesax,” Seun wrote. Lol! Maybe Seun Kuti was a bit too hard on Kanye West as he probably was only appreciating the music legend, Fela Kuti. This might also be as a result of the vibes Kanye is getting at the moment as he is visiting Africa and has been listening to a number of indigenous songs.

Seun Kuti says everyone wants to be Fela because they want to smoke weed,...

Seun Kuti wants you all to stop ‘famzing’ his late father, Fela Kuti when all you want to do is take advantage of his name. Seun Kuti is shaking a table that has a lot of singers on it following his comments where he said everyone wants to be Fela because they want to smoke weed and chase women.The music star and son to the late music icon, Fela Kuti made this known via his Instagram page on Monday, October 15, 2018. According to Seun Kuti, everyone wants to be Fela without taking the sacrifice and the call to duty.”People will never understand you without going through the education you have tried to promote. Every Tom Dick And Ashy is the new Fela just because they want to smoke igbo and chase women. How about the sacrifice? How about duty? They want to be Fela and at the same time be the darlings of all the oppressors. All these new Fela’s and those possessed by his spirit hobnobbing with white supremacists.  “They think u are great because rappers mention your name, they don’t know that rappers mention ur name so they can feel greatness. What do they know about sacrifice? What do they know about the trauma that first-hand violence has inflicted on our family? The blind leading the blind listening to the deaf speak! Happy 80th. The struggle intensifies!!!” he said. Hmmm…what do you guys think? It feels like Seun Kuti is done with people who just want to take advantage of the Fela brand. A typical example of Seun Kuti’s outburst can be felt when he distanced his father’s spirit from Kanye West. ALSO READ: Remember when Fela Kuti married twenty- seven wives?Seun Kuti says the spirit of Fela isn’t anywhere near Kanye West Seun Kuti doesn’t want Kanye West “famzing” with his late father, Fela, as he said his father’s spirit isn’t anywhere close to the American rapper. The music star and activist made this known via his Instagram page on Sunday, October 14, 2018. Seun’s reaction was based on a video earlier posted by Kanye West where he said the spirit of Fela, Bob Marley, and 2Pac flows in him. “Erm erm on behalf of the Kuti family, I want to state that the spirit of Olufela Anikulapo Kuti isn’t anywhere near Kanye West. @ziggymarley over to you.              @oldmanebro come get ur boi before I #getthesax,” Seun wrote. Lol! Maybe Seun Kuti was a bit too hard on Kanye West as he probably was only appreciating the music legend, Fela Kuti. This might also be as a result of the vibes Kanye is getting at the moment as he is visiting Africa and has been listening to a number of indigenous songs.

Ice Prince – ‘Yawa’ ft Peruzzi

Listen to new single ‘Yawa’ by Ice Prince featuring Peruzzi. Ice Prince teams up with Peruzzi on the new single titled ‘Yawa.’The Super Cool Cats boss has released his latest record and this time he teams up with DMW’s Peruzzi.The joint produced by DMW’s in-house producer, Fresh is a banging joint, where both acts make undying promises to their love interest.

All the times Davido has been spotted with politicians

Davido’s relationship with a number politicians over the years gives room for us to call him a “friend of the government.” Its the election season and one singer who has become not just present in rallies but has built for himself a relationship with a number of politicians is, Davido.Whether we like it or not, Davido has become an influential figure when it comes to politics. Not impressed? Now let’s look at it from this angle, the moment Davido decided to jump on his uncle’s (Senator Ademola Adeleke) campaign, the tides in Osun state politics changed.His mere presence at the different rallies held by the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) made a huge influence in the way the votes went during the election proper. Even though Senator Ademola Adeleke lost controversially, it became clear that Davido isn’t just the singer meant for the sold out concerts but a face to reckon with in politics. Since the Osun state elections, he has been spotted with some politicians who have played host to him. Visiting Atiku Abubakar  Since Atiku Abubakar emerged as the presidential candidate for the PDP, his popularity has grown stronger, with different people paying visits to him to congratulate him on his victory. However, one person who was guest at Atiku’s residence is Davido. Davido visited Atiku Abubakar’s residence with his girlfriend, Chioma by his side. A visibly excited Davido took to his Instagram page where he thanked the former vice president for receiving him.The meeting with Yemi OsibanjoPrior to officially pitching tents with the PDP, Davido had a relationship with some members of the All Progressive Congress (APC). Back in 2015, Davido was spotted with the vice president, Yemi Osibanjo during an event in Abuja. After the meeting, Davido hinted that the vice president couldn’t wait for his second album to come out. It should be noted that during the campaign season back in 2014-2015, Davido performed at APC rallies.Even Bola Tinubu makes the list Back in 2015, when Davido still had a cordial relationship with members of the PDP, he also had the opportunity to hang out with the former governor of Lagos state and national leader of the APC, Bola Ahmed Tinubu. At that time, Davido was still juggling between school and making good music. The governors of Rivers and Ebonyi states  Just so you all know, there are going to be more political rallies and it looks like Davido is going to be performing in a lot of them especially those affiliated to the PDP. So it didn’t come as a surprise when he shared photos of the governors of Rivers and Ebonyi states, Nyesom Wike and David Umahi and himself at an event. In his post, he called the governor of Rivers state his very good friend! This goes to tell you how politically powerful Davido has become.As we await the campaign season proper, it is obvious that Davido will be at a lot these political rallies soliciting supports for some of his political associates and friends.

Halima Abubakar says she can’t wait to start experiencing sex

Halima Abubakar will definitely be having a lot of sex when she gets married. Don’t be shocked! Halima Abubakar says she is a virgin and can’t wait for the time she will start experiencing sex.The voluptuous actress made this surprising revelation known on her Instagram page on Monday, October 15, 2018. According to her, she can’t wait to experience sex once she gets married.”Can’t wait to experience sex when I get married  We virgins need special love too    #protect your vibe#positivevibes,” she wrote.  Before we all jump into conclusion guys, what if she is actually right? As they say, do not judge a book by its cover. We just pray that Halima finds love so she can experience sex when she gets married. Halima Abubakar was in the news a few days and she was sending a warning signal to everyone that her new body wasn’t for any man.ALSO READ: Halima Abubakar shares cute photos as she celebrates birthday Halima Abubakar’s new smashing body is for herself, not for any man If there was any sort of confusion about her new gorgeous body, actress Halima Abubakar has let it out that she recently slimmed down for herself, not for any man. Much of her sharp look comes from eating vegetables and drinking a lot of juice. Keeping fit is important to her that is why an energy-filling food like pounded yam has to be sidelined.“A man can never make me slim down. A woman should lose weight when it is necessary, especially for her health’s sake. I feel it is the business of those that are bashing me because I am trying to be healthy for myself and not for anybody. I do not care what they are saying about (my) losing weight or not.“They do not expect me to be ‘thick’ forever, do they? I recently started this weight loss regimen about a month ago. I reduced what I ate and I was able to achieve this weight loss. “Now I eat a lot of vegetables and take a lot of juice; everything I eat has to be nurturing. I used to love pounded yam, but I stopped eating all that. Now I prefer to take carrots. Also, I was on a ketogenic diet, it worked for me but it is not for everybody,” Punch News learns in a chat with the actress who also revealed that she is in a relationship.

With ”rare.”, Odunsi finds a balance to his three personae, ‘the engine’, ‘the producer’...

”rare.” is filled with songs outside the paradigm of today’s pop sound, they are Odunsi’s ideas come to life, a brilliant testament to his revivalist mindset. Odunsi is an enigmatic talent, a precocious artist for whom being different is the perfect way of getting his music the attentions that it deserves.At first listen, ”rare.” is a bit confusing, a bit too much to take in.It was hard to understand what Odunsi was trying to do with this project, yes, he is ‘Alte’, yes the album was bound to be different from what you will usually listen to, but was it going to be ‘differently good’, ‘pushed to be differently extreme such that it ends up losing its plot’ or ‘differently surreal and mind-blowing’?Those were just a few of the questions that ran through my mind as I allowed the music play while I continued to hit my keyboard and try to keep making my honest living. Spoiler alert, for your own sake, do not come to any conclusion after just one listen, give it time, listen again, let your thoughts and the music become one, don’t be too quick to judge, then pass your comment.Odunsi continues to thread where many others dread, why focus on making records with light drums, relaxed backing tracks, mid-tempo sounds and bringing back elements of disco, which last fully had its shine time in the 70s/80s, when you could have it easy playing with trending sounds?He is also quite specific with how he spells the album title in all small letters and the full stop at the end, the tracklist of the songs also starting with small letters on all streaming platforms except for the bonus track, this shows a man who pays attention to the slightest of details with his art.”rare.” opens with the album titled intro, a choral offering that ushers you into his world as the lyrics state, ”Told you I’m ready, it’s my time and nobody can tell me nothing”. Then ‘Falling’ fully sets it all off, a joint where he lives off the influence of iconic pop group, P Square as he infuses their hit single, ‘Ifunaya’ into a disco-heavy record.The song immediately reminds me of his 2017 single, ‘Desire’, with the sampled classic from Baba Dee. Rendering his verses in a mix of pidgin, he manages to breathe modern life into this record with the hypnotic bouncy groove.Odunsi is able to cross the line between bringing back music from the past and recreating it in today’s sound without making it lose its appeal.’take me there’ featuring UK singer Hamzaa talks about his search for love despite the pains he has suffered, this is an addictive record that suffers from being criminally short (less than 2 minutes long), as their vocals are well sequined.  ‘outcast’ has that vibe that you can picture him performing at a concert and the crowd screaming ‘Olohun’.Previously issued single, ‘Divine’ featuring pop star Davido shines brightly with a gorgeous melody. ‘angel’ with Duendita is very mid-tempo RnB, while ‘take a break’ tells a tale of different situations that take place in a relationship.Santi and Nasty C team up to perfectly update the theme on ‘express’, this is the type of record you spin while doing the 260 on Lekki Express Way.Odunsi also has a knack for knowing when to switch gears on a record and he achieves that with the slow dance jam, ‘dance floor’.It is a rush of guest collaborations on the albums concluding songs with ‘star signs’ featuring Runtown providing another favourite off the album. This is a recreation of mid-90s disco/R&B as Odunsi describes his personality on the hook, confirming his eccentricity as the guy who is interested in a girl that talks about star signs is not something that a teenager in this generation will bother about, but Odunsi does and Runtown again shows why he is called the ‘Sound God’ as he clearly adds his distinct vibe to the record. ‘green light’ with the incredibly gifted Tay Iwar has this filtered vibe, while ‘hectic’ sounds like a mash-up of resonant metallic sound not well hewn together as the album closes with the bonus single, ‘Alte Cruise’ with Santi and Zamir, one of the songs that set Odunsi’s artistry into focus.One major thing that makes this album unique is the sound, the album scores near perfect marks in production, mixing, tracklisting and a wholesome sonic experience.”rare.” is not for everybody, not every genre is actually, but despite a number of his peers doing their best to disassociate themselves from the genre, it is a fact that the ‘Alte’ sound needs a breakout star, and no, I am not talking Nonso Amadi.The early evolution of the pop genre in the late 90s gained full recognition with the likes of Eldee and Eedris Abdulkareem, it took a few years before we saw 2face in 2004 and D’banj in 2005 emerge to become the leading names of their own generation. 2007/2008 saw the rise of Banky W, MI Abaga and Naeto laying their marks on the scene, while 2011/2012 ushered in the present leaders in Wizkid and Davido.Every era is defined by a breakout star, every era NEEDS a breakout star, every era has that artist who owns the moment and makes it his/ her own and we are not talking subtly or minimally, the artist must fully own the narrative.I cannot state that Odunsi will succeed in achieving that already with this project, but he has all the required elements as he continues to dare to be different, dare to bring together the 70s and 80s music and reposition the sound into what the future offers and Odunsi didn’t just do it, he did it quite well, unique but relatable.With ”rare.”, he has created a pleasantly delightful sound and if this is what the future will sound like, then Odunsi is there already and I am ready to tag along.Rating: 4/5Ratings1-Dull2-Boring2.5-Average3-Worth Checking Out3.5-Hot4-Smoking Hot4.

Is Cardi B hinting on baby number 2?

What you guys think about Cardi B getting pregnant for the second time in less than two years? This isn’t a gossip or rumour but its just a reflection of the comments credited to Cardi B on her Twitter page that is making us think she might be hinting on baby number two.The music star and mother of one took to her Twitter page on Sunday, October 14, 2018, where she sought her fans reactions if she decided to have a second child.”Would ya be mad at me if I get pregnant again?    ,” she tweeted. So guys would you all love if she gets pregnant again? We love you Cardi B and it doesn’t matter when you decide to give birth to another child, we got your back!  Recall Cardi B gave birth to a beautiful baby girl back in July 2018. She had earlier got married to Offset of the group Migos in a secret wedding. ALSO READ: Cardi charged after getting into a fight at a strip clubCardi B gives birth to a baby girl Back in July 2018, Cardi B welcomed a daughter with husband, Offset. The rapper took to her Instagram page on Wednesday, July 11, 2018, to announce the news, revealing her daughter’s name as Kulture Kiari Cephus.”Kulture Kiari Cephus 07/10/18     @offsetyrn,” she wrote. Cardi and Offset secretly got married back in September 2017. The private ceremony took place in the couple’s bedroom in Atlanta. After months of speculation, she officially confirmed her pregnancy in April during a performance on Saturday Night Live.See 1st photo of Cardi B’s daughter For the first time since her birth, we get to see a photo of Cardi B’s daughter, Kulture Kiari Cephus. The photo which was released on Wednesday, October 3, 2018, has Cardi B spotted on a balcony taking photos of her daughter with a nanny carrying the adorable baby. This photo obviously isn’t an official one but this will be the first time we will be getting an up-close view of the daughter of the platinum rapper. It would be recalled that Cardi B and husband, Offset of the music group “Migos” welcomed their first child back in July 2018.

Fidelis Duker has been contracted to build Ethiopia film industry

Fidelis Duker will consult for the Ethiopian ministry of culture and tourism and Ethiopian Film Producers and Distributors Association. The Ethiopian film industry has engaged the services of Fidelis Duker to help build the budding movie industry to an enviable height.Duker, the founder of the Abuja International Film Festival, reportedly got the contract to consult for the Ethiopian ministry of culture and tourism and Ethiopian Film Producers and Distributors Association.Confirming the report, Duker said, “I will be consulting for the government for the next couple of years in building a vibrant film industry like Nollywood.”ALSO READ: Fidelis Duker gets recognition award at BON AwardsThe filmmaker, Pulse was informed, will act as a consultant on the development of the industry through enlightenment other programmes with the country’s new film policy.  Fidelis Duker presents paper to strengthen Ethiopian moviesOn October 10, 2018, Fidelis Duker presented a paper on the intervention needed to strengthen the new Ethiopian film policy. The presentation held in Addis Ababa and centered on building a vibrant film industry and having the proper regulatory framework in place to guide the Ethiopian film industry. The event, which had in attendance, most of the major stakeholders in the film industry in the country, marked the beginning of a new dawn in the country’s movie industry.Duker is the Regional Secretary General for West Africa of the Federation of Pan African Film makers (FEPAC), with headquarters in Nairobi, Kenya.

Fela Anikulapo-Kuti: 10 essential songs by Fela Kuti you should listen to

More than his status as an activist, Fela Anikulapo-Kuti, the Afrobeat legend is defined best by his music. Pulse put together a list of his 10 most essential songs. To be ‘essential’ is to be indispensable, to play a significant role and to be crucial to happenings around you, and this was embodied by Fela Anikulapo-Kuti through his music.Fela Anikulapo- Kuti continues to be the topic of discussion 21 years after his death with Beyonce recently paying homage to him with her performance at the Coachella festival, The Abami Eda lived his life as an activist, a social critic and a radical, but his most powerful force remained his music.Through Fela’s music, he brought hope to his people. Through the music, he was a thorn in the flesh of the ruling class, and he was able to create a cultural crossroad that the other part of the world could connect with.Through his music, Fela influenced the young and the old and his message riveted in the lives of many.Also read: Late Afrobeat legend’s manager talks about his influence and legacyHis songs have been heavily sampled across all genres round the world, his works have been referenced by notable stars, while his lyrics have served as a chant for different movements and his words stay regurgitated as things he predicted and sang about remain true till date.So with a catalogue spanning over 50 albums and 100 songs, we attempt to select his 10 most essential songs.1. Zombie – 1976 Singing ‘Attention! (Zombie), Quick march, Slow march! (Zombie), Left turn! Right turn! (Zombie)’, Fela aptly describes the configuration of a Zombie (a fictional dead creature brought back to life and subject to people’s control).Zombie spans across 12 minutes and 26 seconds of Fela scathingly attacking the Government and describing the methods of the Nigerian military where they only follow orders without a will. The album was a smash hit and scored 4.5 stars by All Music’s album review, who called it Fela’s most popular and impacting record.It is also believed that the fallout from this album led to the attack on his home which resulted in the death of his mother, Funmilayo Ransome Kuti.Also Read: The day soldiers burnt down Kalakuta2. Water no get enemy – 1975 Off the ‘Expensive Shit’ album, ‘Water no get enemy’ is a song that resounds loud till date.In a subtle and proverbial manner, Fela through his thought-provoking lyrics preaches harmony across humans irrespective of nationality, race or colour with nature as his metaphor.Fela preaches on the indispensability of water, irrespective of the situation.3. Trouble sleep, Yanga wake am – 1972 Off his 1972 album,’Roforofo Fight’ is the classic tune, ‘Trouble sleep, Yanga wake am’.The song is his stand against oppression. It is his warning cry that with the wave of unjust treatment of its citizens by the authorities, a reaction was bound to happen.It was Fela at his best, his voice comes rich around the fourth minute after an opening sequence of him playing the saxophone as he simplifies the government into relate-able and regular characters like a landlord, the police officer, the bank manager, all playing a game of cat and mouse.Many years after its release, the song remains essential as oppression persists in the land with some regions calling for a split and many more feeling marginalized.4. Gentleman 1973 Like most of Fela’s records, you are ushered into a feel of him playing his sax, hitting melodious tunes and setting the pace for the rhythmical journey. At the point when most modern singles are coming to a close, Fela’s voice comes alive as he reminds all that he is an original African man.The song is key in addressing violence and harassment while providing a soul-lifting message for his listeners.Gentleman is still constantly referenced in disputes and in the face of oppression. It was sampled by American rapper, J Cole in his ‘Let Nas Down’ single.5. Expensive Shit – 1975 The song is off the back of a real life story that involved the police trying to plant some drugs (weed) on the Afrobeat legend. On one of those occasions, Fela was said to have grabbed the weed and ate it.Efforts to get evidence of him ingesting the weed through his waste failed despite being held in police custody for three days. Fela was later released and he made a song out of the whole experience.6. Lady – 1972 Off his ‘Shakara’ LP, Fela captures the complication in addressing the educated African Woman.He lends his voice in telling the story of the African woman and what he perceives as the role of the woman in the family, which the press referred to as the ‘Battle of the Sexes’.The song still generates wide ranging debate as many ascribe it to be anti-woman.7. Coffin for Head of State – 1981 Following the death of his mother in a raid at his Kalakuta home by the Nigerian Military, where the 77-year old was thrown from the third floor of her building and died months later from injuries suffered in the incident.On Obasanjo’s last day in office, Fela and his wives carried his mother’s coffin to the gates of Dodan Barracks in Lagos, which was then resident to the military leader.This led to a tense stand off between the authorities and the artist, which inspired the song. Fela’s pain and loss can be deeply felt in his verses. ‘Them burn my house too, them kill my mama, so i carry the coffin, I waka waka waka, movement of the people, we go Obalende, we go Dodan Barracks, we reach them gate o, we put the coffin down”.Close associates and friends claim that the Abami Eda never recovered from losing his mum till his latter years.8. Shuffering and Smiling 1978 Not only did Fela criticise the ruling authorities, he also had a word for religious leaders who took advantage of their members.He advices the people with his lyrics, ”My people, my people, we now have to carry our minds, out of those god-damn places, back into this musical contraption right opposite you, now we are back here”.The song remains a classic till date.9. Beasts of no Nation – 1989 Beast of no Nation was the first song written by the artist after returning from a two year incarceration in 1989.He had been served a five year jail term for charges relating to currency violation and upon his return, his fans kept asking about his experience and what he was going to sing about next.So the singer decide to capture the state of the nation and his trials in the song.The song has since been adopted into movies and sampled by popular artistes.Also Read: 5 foreign artists influenced by the Abami Eda10. Sorrow, Tears and Blood – 1977 The anguish and trail left by the raid of his Kalakuta home by over 1,000 Nigerian military officers left a scar on Fela that only his music could heal.In Sorrow, Tears and Blood, he details the state of his home and the series of event left in the wake of the invasion.

Danny Joe & Rez – ‘Japa’

Watch the visuals to ‘Japa’ by Danny Joe and Rez. Danny Joe and Rez have shared the visuals to their single, ‘Japa.’Airbove Music, the brand new music label which came into existence a few months ago is now proud to present its first official single featuring two of its three acts, Rez a.k.a ‘Rez Man Song’ and Danny Joe.Danny Joe who just graduated from the University of Abuja and Rez (who came into the spotlight when he did his cover of the hit song by Davido’s ‘Assurance’, and went viral) drop the single ‘Japa’. The video features a cameo appearance by Pherowshuz aka Phero tha Great who is signed to the label and doubles as the label’s director.The music video was shot and directed by the prolific Clarence Peters for Capital Dreams Pictures. The song was produced by Sir Airbove for Airbove Music and mixed and mastered by Suka Sounds. STREAM JAPA HEREThis is a featured post.

Nse Ikpe Etim will host AMAA 2018 for the second time

Nse Ikpe Etim will be joined by Arthur Nkusi as the co-host for the 2018 AMAA scheduled to hold in Kigali on Saturday, October 20, 2018. Nse Ikpe Etim will be hosting the Africa Movie Academy Awards, AMAA, for the second time in a row.After hosting the 2017 edition in Lagos, Nigeria, the talented actress and two-time nominee of the awards ceremony will be hosting 2018 AMAA in Kigali, Rwanda.ALSO READ: RMD, Kate Henshaw, OC Ukeje to attend 2018 AMAA in KigaliNse will be joined by Arthur Nkusi as the co-host for the movie awards ceremony scheduled to hold at the Intare Conference Arena in Kigali on Saturday, October 20, 2018. Nse, a celebrated movie star from Nigeria is popular for her roles in “Guilty Pleasures,” “Reloaded,” “Journey to Self,” “A Trip to Jamaica” among others.Nse Ikpe-Etim hosts 13th edition of AMAAOrganizers of African Movie Academy Awards announced Nse Ikpe-Etim as the host of the 2017 edition of the awards ceremony. The 13th edition of the awards ceremony which was scheduled to hold on June 3, 2017, as part of the Lagos at 50 celebrations, will now hold on July 15, 2017, at the Eko Hotels, Victoria Island, Lagos.The nominations announcement held on May 13, 2017, at the Kigali Convention Centre, Rwanda, with Sambasa Nzeribe, Majid Michel, Richard Mofe-Damijo, “76” and “A Trip to Jamaica” emerging nominees.