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Becca – You & I [New Song]

Becca – You & I [New Song]. Ghanaian pop sensation Becca is at it again and doesn’t seem to be slowing down on her multi genre spree, dropping back to back hits.

The sonorous beauty is back with a new single titled “You & I”, an R&B pop song that takes us back into the 90’s golden era of the genre. The sound is western urban contemporary, but the emotion is all African as Becca’s lyrics are directed towards her lover with hopes of reconciling and calming a rocky relationship marked by disagreements.

Kindly download or stream and share your take with us.


Becca – You & I 

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Yungbenzi – “Hustle” ft. Fynplay

Yungbenzi Mr. eh mama is here with another hit for the season


and the DMC it star is gearing up for a big thing this year

Coming soon!!!

Download here

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Danfo Drivers – “Inyele”

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Here Comes Another Banging tune From The Duo “Danfo Drivers” Title “Inyele” Which is been present by AJB Music, Inyele is a nice groovy song which would definitely take over clubs across the country soon,Danfo. Drivers have been working relentlessly so as to be consistent with good music due to demand from their numerous fan,
Download and Enjoy The song which is produced by Supa Differ,Mixed and Mastering by Tee-Piano,
Cop Below!!!
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5 Photos of Chidinma and Tekno That Proves They’d Make A Great Couple

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The relationship between Chidinma and Tekno is an adorable one.

As a vivid follower and crushee of Chidinma, Here are several photos with MMMG Tekno that suggests they would make a really cute couple.


The Million Dollar Smile (:


They both look like a match made in heaven. A handsome man and a pretty woman who are both light skinned? What else are they waiting for?


Their kids will be so cute (:

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Sean Tizzle – Wasted [New Song]

Samcole – Baby Sweet ft. Timaya + My Baby Bad ft. O

Olamide – Love No Go Die [New Video]

Olamide – Love No Go Die. Olamide premieres the official video for his song released months ago titled “Love No Go Die”


He makes this on an animated video.

The video was directed by Gbenga Ajetunmobi.

Love No Go Die, Wavy Level. Is Olamide Still Delivering To Your Expectation?

I thought the day would never come when our dear Olamide Baddo Sneh would be relegated from his position of revere in the industry, to the lower ranks. But how he still manages to command that revere is what remains a bewilder to some of us.

Guys, I can beat my chest and make bold to saying that if we were to draw up a list for top (abi hottest) male music sensations now, Olamide will fall short of even making the first-five count on that list. Although his formula for making, or isit delivering music now, hasn’t changed. The singles still come in like they were tidied up in a hush-rush and he hasn’t missed out on any year since 2011, dropping albums.



Could it be that we have finally woken up to the realization of the diminishing effect in his music since after Shakiti Bobo, which actually happened to be the last time he had a real hit on his hands? Do not get me wrong, Who You Epp, Owo Blow and Pepper Dem Gang all managed to cut across like music hits following certain strategic events that we experienced in the industry at their respective times. While Who You Epp rode on the wave of the competitive covers that later turned it into a viral sensation, Pepper Dem Gang thrived following the lack of good stuff to saturate the airwaves because of the dormant mood the beginning of the year took.

Now that Runtown, Davido, P-Square, Tekno, Simi, 9ice and even Wizzy baby have returned back on the charts in their domination conquest, it has become quite apparent that Olamide is slacking. A statistical result from an online survey showed that much of the hits on his name, cannot even be tied to musical endeavours. Rather, they were mostly pulled from news stories.

ALSO READ: Where Is Olamide’s YBNL Princess?

After The Glory album dropped, Olamide proceeded with the release of music video projects off the album. In his usual ‘done and dusted’ style, he moved on quickly after 3 videos to his first single of the 2017 year – Love No Go Die, which was received amidst plenty razzmatazz but soon died out with hardly any bang or buzz. The same eerie feel has crept into his life of features. Before now, Olamide would easily make the hottest contender for a category like the most featured artiste. But as it is almost mid-2017, Baddo can count the features he has done this year on all five fingers of one hand alone.

With the latest wavy single out now, one must wonder if it is a song laden enough with the potential to tear up the charts. It also otherwise stems a pondering thought that further brews questions like…

  • What exactly is happening – or has happened – with Olamide?
  • Why isn’t he piping hot and popping like before?
  • Could it be that his present ordeal is equally affecting the YBNL militia considering their music of late also suffer expressions from this dreary characteristic?
  • Will Olamide ever make it back to his glory days of Bobo, Melo Melo, Awon Goons Mi, Durosoke, Voice of the Street, First of All and their unforgettable, widely celebrated likes?

It leaves plenty to ponder about. But majorly, what’s a Nigerian music industry without the heavy influence of Olamide and his music street hits? Is it possible to think it, or even visualize it? Please share your thoughts.

Where Is Olamide’s YBNL Princess?

Olomi ni, e ma je o lo, e ma je o jabole o
That’s my baby, that’s my love, e ma je o jabole o


YBNL Princess

Around the start of every year, it is customary of writers in the entertainment niche to publish lists of music talents to watch out for in that year. For the year 2017, most of them agreed on the choice of Temmie Ovwasa, to grow from being a newbie in the industry to new heights of stardom. But as we approach the middle of the year, we are yet to see the manifestation of the YBNL first lady.

Recall that the moment Olamide announced her signing to the world in April 2016, Temmie Ovwasa was immediately placed in the focus of the music-loving audience in Nigeria. Her introduction to the industry was met with frenzy, the news of her signing to YBNL and the inspiring story behind it, spread like loose gas. In an instant, she became the darling of the media. With the splash of her photos on spaces in the media that cannot be ignored and the numerous interviews she granted, she won for herself, her first set of fans. The speed at which she achieved all of these was unbelievable. In fact, I can hardly point out any other artiste that had such early impact in the industry of late, because even without a debut single, without participating in a talent show, Temmie Ovwasa could already boast of good followership.

In all of these early successes, something worked for Temmie, she had an alluring artistic trait, a feature that is necessary in becoming successful in the very competitive and dynamic Nigerian music industry of today. She also enjoyed the tremendous goodwill of YBNL, as interest in her had gathered even before her appearance on the scene, thanks to Olamide. Before her signing, the YBNL boss had blown the air of suspense around his many music lovers. He had tweeted about his search for a female artiste to sign to his label; going as far as mentioning his preferred specification. On Jan 17, 2016, Olamide tweeted that, “my YBNL First Lady should be a combination of Asa and Dej Loaf… What do you suggest? #YBNL1StLADY.“ This tweet threw the Nigerian entertainment community into wild excitement. Whoever was going to take the job already had huge expectations to meet. She had to blend the artistic depth of Asa with the hoyden nature of Dej Loaf. So the moment Temmie Ovwasa was handpicked for the job, conjecture among fans was evoked.

Simi Annonunces Album Title And Release Date

Popular singer, Simi, has served her group of fans which she calls Simi Army, something to drooling over. The X3M signee took to her Instagram page to announce the title and release date of her highly anticipated debut album.


Although the Smile For Me singer has been consistent with her release of hit records, she kept her fans waiting for her debut album. It has now been confirmed that the wait is drawing to an end, as she shares information about the forthcoming album in an Instagram post.

See her post below.

MUST READ: How Wizkid Used ‘Tweets’ To Boost Album Sales For #SFTOS

From raunchy tweets to shades, from shades to inspirational posts; Wizkid has kept the posts coming on his various social media platforms. It seems like he has no plan to stop, no matter whose toe he steps or who his shots are falling on. So long, hundreds of thousands of his fans are showing appreciation by retweeting, liking and commenting. From the numbers seen on his timeline, it is clear that a lot of fans find these posts engaging and entertaining.

Unfortunately sometimes one man’s win, is another man’s loss. In this case, Wizkid’s growing influence on social media is turning on the heat on Davido. While the temperature was still melting ice, another superstar in person of Alhaji Tekno, acted like a toddler whose puerility led him to play with the burning fire and this time, Wizkid spat raw fire. It now seems the more they come, the more Wizkid raises the temperature.



While it might not be possible to determine Wizkid’s share of support in his battles, on the many grounds, it is however undeniable that the lashing out has kept him in the public glare day in-day out. It appears that Wizkid gives out a piece per time and each piece, forms the headline story. Little wonder why in recent times, Wizkid has been in the day-to-day news.

ALSO READ: Is MI Abaga The Greatest Nigerian Rapper Ever?

I know he is a global star and his street credibility is not from here, but even with that, we get to hear and talk about other artistes, but lately, it seems to be all about Wizkid. Now, fans are refreshing their Twitter pages to find the next Wizkid post, and if you observe, the topic on the pages of almost every media outlet is centered around the Star Boy.

One can conclude that Wizkid’s social media charge has done wonders to his public visibility. Now, Wizkid is standing with the tallest posture, metaphorically. He is the most talked about artiste, probably the most engaging on social media, because of this, a lot fans cannot give their attention to anything else other Wizkid. In fact, some have forgotten that our president is nowhere to be found, because Wizkid is giving them a new thing to muse about on each day.

But I cannot help notice that Wizkid’s new line of action seems to have aligned in sync with the release of his latest music project, Sounds From The Other Side. The PR agenda set the right mood for the album sale and has succeeded in getting the rapt attention of fans, with many of them already drooling about the newly released project. This singular feat has drawn Wizkid further more into the spotlight and will keep him in the central focus of the media for a while. After laying groundwork for the project’s release, Wizkid’s SFTOS is now certain to be a commercial success, clearly because his celebrated outspokenness on social media of late has plenty to do with the wide reception that will ultimately tie into massive album sales.

Written by Ibironke Oluwatobi

Is MI Abaga The Greatest Nigerian Rapper Ever?

It might never be officially announced, M.I might never be officially crowned the greatest rapper ever in Nigeria but his impact on the Nigerian hip-hop culture would be told from fathers to sons and from sons to scions.

There was a time in Nigeria when what we called rap was mostly mumbling of words. There was not much of the metaphors, the fluidity and imaginativeness that is enjoyed in Nigerian rap today. There weren’t many rappers in those days, and the few that existed struggled to sell the music genre to the Nigerian audience, most of whom were reluctant to try anything other than the conventional Afro-Pop music. Pitching rap to Nigerians then, was like trying to sell ice to the Eskimos.

In those days, the rappers that we had were either too unimaginative for the real hip-hop heads or they used too many big words, that the average Nigerian music lover found it difficult to grasp and appreciate the content of their music. Nobody seemed to be able to be put together the perfect model of rap music that could gain acceptance in Nigeria and the respect of music lovers outside Nigeria. Nobody, until M.I appeared on the scene with Safe.


M.I’s Safe was a sample of Nigerian rap music that the fans fell in love with and accepted, almost totally. It was catchy, perky, yet the lyrics to the song was rich. M.I did a mashup of fan-favourite songs at the time, to create an amazing freestyle that later became everyone’s favourite song. With Safe, M.I got the right market formula that got people to look in his direction, wanting to listen to his musical offering.

M.I became successful with Safe but his success was not prima facie. His debut song, Crowd Mentality, with its poetic nature and its effect of getting the cheers of the crowd, was mostly popular in Jos, his homeland. It was the follow-up songs like Safe, Short Black Boy, Fast Money Fast Cars that really helped his name spread in the rap campaign.

Like Kanye did with The College Drop Out and Kendrick did with Good Kid MAAd City, M.I’s Talk About It album had a seismic impact on the industry with its commercial success. It was said that over 30,000 copies of the album was sold in the first 30 minutes of its release. It was a miracle for a rap album to sell at that rate in Nigeria, and at that time. It was like the manifestation of a prophecy, because as soon as it was released, the whole industry was talking about it. The success of the Talk About It album made M.I one of the vanguards of what would become the new age of rap music in Nigeria.

The short black boy from Jos went from Talk About It to making hundreds of amazing rap songs, getting featured on many others and till today, he still has the mic in his hands. He has put together two other commercially successful and critically acclaimed studio albums, M.I2 and M.I3 (The Chairman). To attest to the dominance of M.I in the area of compiling rap albums, I’d point out the fact that he won the Headies award for best rap album for each of his three studio albums. How often do we get to see this?

More so, M.I would remain a celebrated figure in the rap circle for fronting one of the best rap groups Nigeria has ever known, the Choc Boys. The M.I led and inspired group made some of the biggest and most impactful songs released by any Nigerian rap group. The influence of M.I in the group cannot be overplayed. He was the big brother, the mentor, the label boss; something like Jay-Z to Kanye West. Together, the Choc Boys were brilliant, and individually, they are accomplished artistes.

In his journey to becoming a rap great, a journey that has spanned over thirteen years, M.I started a series of mixtape releases that he titled Illegal Music. Except you choose to hide the truth, you’d agree that Illegal Music 1, 2 & 3 are some of the best mixtape albums you’d find around here. The arrangement, the depth and the overall beauty of the art is appreciable in each of the mixtapes. In one of the songs on Illegal Music 2, M.I said, “tell me what it costs to be great, I’d pay the whole bill”. This rap line describes M.I’s sacrifices and contribution to the rap game. It tells how much M.I has given, to sit on the exalted seat that he occupies today.

Part of his legacy is the number of artistes that he has rolled down the ladder for. I first got to listen to Wizkid, Jesse Jagz, Boogey, Koker, Shaydee on M.I’s projects. Some of these artistes lit their torch from there and now, they stand on the biggest stages of world music, shining the light for the world to see.

One of the things that make legends is the range of impact they make with their works and M.I has been able to inspire a new generation of creative minds; artistes, poets and writers to search the deepest places for beautiful elements of African art to show the world. Even till today, his concluding words in Crowd Mentality remains a work of reference for hustlers and soldiers of destiny. His message is for you to;

“Be yourself Yo!
Be Black, Be Beautiful, Be Strong,
Be Correct, Be Nice, Be Good
Be Right, Be Tight, Be Alright
Be Creative, Be Native, Be Real
Have Skills, Stand Tall
And be all you can be.”

Like the seasons, rappers come and go, but the legacy of M.I would live long after him. It is pleasing to see M.I still active, making music and enriching the rap culture in Nigeria. Rap is today, one of the most marketable music genres in the industry and the works of M.I stand in the frontline with the bestsellers and most impactful of all time.

Not all heroes wear capes. Not all legends are in heaven, some still live amongst us. One legend still entering the booth and climbing the stage today is the Music Innovator, the Most Immaculate, Mr Incredible, M.I.

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