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Tuesday, April 5, 2016


TT Entertainment proudly presents the 2nd Single from Tony Teezy Believe is Beautiful EP. This time in collaboration with Gurunations Shortdog Bell.
The Monster Hit is called Supaman produced by OYBEATZ.DROPPING SOON  @ YOUNGBLIZZYMUSIC.COM

Neza - Tambola (Official Video)

Neza Tambola video

VIDEO: Neza – Tambola

“Neza just released her video for ‘’Tambola’’. Her first single to be released this year and it has already received great reviews from fans and blogs. The video is simple, fierce, powerful and fully focused on Neza. Tambola, keep following Neza on her journey.”

HARRYSONG FT KCEE - Baba for the girls (Dance video)


Peep the web video to Five star music singer, Harrysong’s catchy single – ‘Baba For The Girls’ featuring label mate – Kcee with cameo appearances from Skibi, Mystro, Del’Band a lot of styrofoam cups


VIDEO: Aramide ft Adekunle Gold – Love Me

Aramide + Adekunle Gold (Love Me Video art)

“Headies 2015 winner and Afrosoul Diva Aramide, this week dropped the much-anticipated video for her latest single featuring YBNL’s Adekunle Gold. “Love Me”

The video, which sees Adekunle Gold play Aramide’s love interest details a love story that everyone who has been in love can relate to, while making those who haven’t been, yearn for love

Shot in Ikoyi, Lagos by Stanz Visuals, the release of the video continues the flourishing alliance between Aramide and Stanz, who was also responsible for her last single “I Don’t Care”.

“I am happily in love, and I write songs based on my feelings, Writing ‘Love Me’ came naturally, I wanted to do the song alone, but my team suggested I featured Adekunle Gold. I am a very huge fan of Adekunle, My kind of music is real life music, and Adekunle is a real life kind of musician too, so naturally, he was the perfect person to be featured”

“Love Me” has been well received by fans and critics alike since it’s release, and the video being released at this point, can only boost its acceptability and rating.”

DOWNLOAD MUSIC:Chocolate City Presents: Ckay – Pele (Justin Bieber Cover)

Ckay Pele Art

Chocolate City Presents: Ckay – Pele (Justin Bieber Cover)

“After making his artiste debut by featuring on “The Box” off MI’s Illegal Music 3, CKay, CBN Artiste-Producer comes out with his cover of Justin Bieber’s smash hit single, “Sorry”. As expected, he adds his own spice to the beat.

This is certainly certified DOPE.

Follow him on Twitter/Instagram/Snapchat @CKay_Yo. Listen and let us know what you think

OD Woods ft. VJ Adams – Cold Drinks and Hot Girls (prod. Charles Creation)

OD Woods Cold Drinks and Hot Girls Art

OD Woods ft. VJ Adams – Cold Drinks and Hot Girls (prod. Charles Creation)

“WARNING, this song has the ability to make you over use and possibly scratch your replay button. His name is OD WOODS and his known for his unique sound. if you’re a lover of good music, you should be familiar with the OD WOODSsound by now. From his first hit single “Go below” to “Go below remix ft Davido and Vector” to “Slow Down“… He has proven that his sound is about sweet rhythm and melody.

Enough said, Images Entertainment/ WoodHouse Entertainment brings you some new OD WOODS music. Here is Cold Drinks and Hot Girls featuring VJ Adams, produced by Charles Creation.

For the love of good music. Download, share and drop a comment.


Video: Kizzy Kiss - Fear Me

Lagos based eastern dynamic rapper Ugoagwu Chigozie Vincent also known as Kizzy Kiss is ready to take the industry by storm with this monster hit single titled "FEAR ME" was produced by cardi blaq beat and the dope video was shot in S.A by creative director Mazi C.I Jizzle. Download and share your views.
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Between Ayo Fayose and Yours Truly (Part 1)- by Femi Fani-Kayode

People often say that my friend and brother Governor Ayodele Fayose of Ekiti state and I are giving the Buhari government a run for their money more than any other duo in the country.
Though he and I come from very different backgrounds and our approach and styles, when confronting issues, are very different they say that we are both deeply committed to our cause, we are both contentious and that we both have the courage of our convictions.
They also say we are both ready to pick up the gauntlet, champion the cause of our party and people and stand our ground when confronted by our adversaries or provoked into any fight.

There is no doubt about the fact that both Fayose and I are similar in some ways. We both draw immense strength from our respective christian testimonies and the power of our faith. We also both have a similar world-view and we both have a fair idea about who the real troublers of our nation, our faith and our people are.

We are both what we are because of what we have been subjected to by the system and the powers that be over the years and because of what we have both suffered and been through in the hands of those we once reverred, worked with and trusted. We are also both praying men who have loved ones and family that are strong in the faith and that pray hard and well.

I agree with the assesment of those that often compare us but there is a small caveat: I regard Fayose as being a populist- a rugged, grassroots leader of the suffering masses and a radical politician whilst I see myself more as a man of letters, a historian, a deep-thinker and a politically-active but cloistered intellectual.

Permit me to make a rather crude analogy and to indulge in a graphic and disturbing metaphor. In our long-drawn and protracted political battle and struggle for power he uses a thick and blunt cudgel to fight our enemies and batter them to death whilst I use a thin and sharp rapier with which I slowly carve them up, slice them to pieces and bleed them into eternity.

He crushes their bones with rage and brutal efficiency whilst I clinically cut them up with ruthless precision. Both methods are equally effective and both achieve their objectives.

Yet whatever our differences may be in terms of style, choice of weapon, method of battle, substance and approach they say that we have both courageously stood up to the Buhari government and that we have both defiantly spoken our minds about what is going on in our country today. Consequently they have described us both as ''lions and warriors''.

This is a very kind of them though, in all fairness, I believe that writers and columnists like Mr. Yinka Odumakin, Professor Femi Aribisala and Mr. Jude Ndukwe, politicians like Governor Seriake Dickson, Governor Olusegun Mimiko and Dr. Sulaiman Olanrewaju Abubakar (the former Minister of National Planning), bloggers like Mr. Deji Adeyanju and Mrs. Aziza Uko, journalists like Mr. Shaka Momodu and Mr. Yemi Adebowale and countless others fall into that "lion" category as well. They have also displayed immense courage. It is not just Ayo Fayose and yours truly.

Some of our friends have also pointed out that all that we said about President Buhari and the APC during the Presidential campaign last year has proved to be prophetic. All these kind words and this rather generous assessment and categorization of both Fayose and I is very encouraging and I appreciate them.

Unlike in other nations where vocal opposition is encouraged and regarded as an essential part of democracy and an effective way of keeping those in power on their toes, when one sticks ones neck out for their country and people and is loud in their opposition to government in this part of the world it is a thankless, unappreciated, lonely and dangerous road.

And sadly, more often than not, one is mocked, shunned, despised, hated, misunderstood, persecuted, maligned, insulted and misrepresented for taking it.

This is especially so when one is dealing with a callous and ruthless government, like we have in our country today. We are being led by a group of people who have a hidden agenda, who hate their perceived enemies and detractors, who are inherently incompetent and who are manifestly unjust.

We are burdened with a government who cannot abide criticism, who are scared of their own shadow, who have no decency or honor and who have failed in all their ways.

We are saddled with a leadership who have offended God and man, who have ruined our nation, who have impoverished our people, who are bereft of ideas and who are hell bent on intimidating the opposition and silencing the voice of truth.

I am touched by the words of those that are encouraging those of us that have chosen to take that road of vocal and virile opposition and this is especially so because I have tremendous respect and affection for Ayo Fayose and I consider him to be one of our brightest rising stars in the south west.

His name is Peter, like the Rock in the Holy Bible, and he cannot be shaken. He is a strong man of faith, a trusted and loyal friend and I am proud to be mentioned in the same breath as him.

Yet it is not me that says, writes and does these things that people find so amazing and courageous but rather He that is in me. It is a gift from God and that gift is known as the Holy Spirit.

He gives us foresight, insight, sensitivity, a word for the season and the ability to endure any form of persecution and hardship and still stand strong.

He gives us the ability to cultivate a firm resolve, to think things through clearly, to wait on Him and to have patience.

He also gives us immense courage, especially when under fire. As a matter of fact the more the fire burns, the more the courage rages. This is what is generally referred to as "Christian fury" and it is a deep and inexplicable mystery.

I am sure that I can speak for Fayose on that too because the same applies to him. It is not he that says and does the things that he says and does but the Holy Spirit of the Living God that is in him.

My brother Governor Olusegun Mimiko of Ondo state, the Iroko of the Western Region, has the same gift even though he is a little more restrained, tempered and gentle.

He is also a devout and practicing Christian and his sense of maturity, wisdom and civility does not make him any less effective. A consummate and experienced politician and leader: he is truly formidable in all his ways.

If any discerning politician sits with Mimiko for ten minutes or more he will know that the Holy Spirit flows through him like water flows through an estuary or a stream.

He is a profoundly good man: a man of power and strength but he couples it with deep compassion and a sense of equity, decency and fairness that is rarely seen in our shores.

Back to Ayo Fayose and yours truly. In all our adventures there is one difference between the Governor of Ekiti state and I which many fail to appreciate. Under our laws, because he is a serving Governor, he has immunity from arrest and prosecution but I do not.

He has the people of Ekiti state solidly behind him to applaud and support his every word and move but I do not. He has the machinery and power of a whole state government and a State House of Assembly to fight for him but I do not.

He has the friendship and support of all his fellow PDP Governors and the party leadership but I do not. Unlike him my defence is purely spiritual yet that is more than enough to guarantee my safety and well-being. That is more than enough to comfort me and give me strength and victory.

I do not have all the physical and constitutional protection that he has and I don't need it. I only have God yet He is more than enough for me. I only have my faith yet that faith continues to move mountains for me.

I only have the Lord's sure word and promise yet that sure word and promise is worth more than a thousand armies and all the gold, silver and power in the world because it never fails. I only have His love, His grace, His blessing and His mercy yet it never falters. I am bold, confident and strong because the Lord is with me.

One thing I should add is this- if Ayo Fayose were not Governor of Ekiti state nothing would change and he would still be the lion that he is. It is not the office that makes the man but the man that makes the office. If he were not Governor he would still be as virulent and courageous in his attacks against injustice and this unjust government as he is today. That is what makes the difference between him and others. He is Ayo Fayose and, like Peter the Rock, nothing moves him. (TO BE CONTINUED).

New music: Soundnote - Money In The Bank

Money in the Bank‘ by K Father Music Boss ‘Soundnote‘ . Soundnote made his debut appearance wiith a new single titled “Money in the Bank“. Download the Song & Enjoy

VIDEO:Hayo Niel - My Matter


Crisp visuals for a lovely and catchy conscious single, My Matter off Hayo Niel’s Free Spirit EP from…. Reason My Matter Baba God Abeg

Hayo Niel returns with another creatively shot video by the talented video director Mex.My Matter is a track from his previously released project ‘Free Spirit Ep’ and it shows his ability to create the type of art for everyone with hope filled lyrics and catchy melody.After songs like ‘If I Fall’ and ‘Sweet’Hayo Niel is one artist we expect nothing but the very best of content from and without a doubt we know will deliver.This independent artist shows his courage to create art outside the box bringing something different and new.

DOWNLOAD MUSIC:Rhagetti – Koloba (Prod. By Jay Pizzle)

Rhagetti – Koloba (Prod. By Jay Pizzle)

Rhagetti – Koloba (Prod. By Jay Pizzle)

“Rhagetti drops this monster tune titled “KOLOBA” as he continues to prove his undeniable talent and zeal to takeover the music scene.

Following the release of his last effort “Jaiye” , La Waves (as he is popularly known in some quarters) who is gradually warming his way into the hearts of Nigerian music fans, continues his impressive run and once again shows his ability to dish out great music in this Jay Pizzle produced track, mixed and mastered by Suka Sounds.

That Rhagetti is the future and here to stay is irrefutable.

Download Koloba and you’ve got a massive tune for years. Enjoy

Funke Akindele & her boo JJC celebrate his birthday in London

C'mon, I'm sure by now, most of you know that actress Funke Akindele and music star/ace producer JJC Skillz are an item? Their relationship is blossoming and they couldn't resist to bring it on social media. Funke is currently in London with him celebrating his birthday. They look amazing together!

Mariah Carey shows off her hot body on stage

Mariah Carey shows off her hot bod on stage

Mariah Carey showed off her sexy body in a little silver ensemble as she performed on stage. Another photo 

Olivia Munn covers Fashion magazine

Olivia Munn looked stunning for the May cover of Fashion. The half white, half Chinese actress talked about her bi-cultural background. She said:

'Being multi-ethnic - I'm half-Chinese, half-white - brings up a whole set of complications that people don't even think about when it comes to being photographed,' Munn explained to the Canadian magazine on newsstands/iPad on April 11.
'I have more of a white appearance on the outside, but my bone structure is very much Asian. I have high cheekbones and smaller eyes. When you put shimmer on the inside of my eyes, I immediately look cross-eyed. If you put too heavy of an eyelash on me, it looks like my eyes are halfway closed'.


Happy Funky Birthday To Dj Yemoo The CEO De Prince Entertainment. Wishing You Long Life & Prosperity. BABAGOD NO NI
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