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Tuesday, May 24, 2016

Reason why EU Artists should take this coalition seriously, this is not about who you EPP, they should help themselves first.

Many EU Artists are doing thier best, producing good music and making good videos, but the question is are they making the money, do they have the contacts and connections to move forward=, how are the promoters going to recognise them and take them seriously=, what do we need to do right.

Many people still dont understand that this coalition is not for deejays or promoters, because promoters promote Artists they want to promote, deejays get gigs every now and then, but the Artists and comdians dont, not all EU artists has had the opportunity to perform in anyshow, except he or she is begged to be included, there by paying for his ticket, hotel and maintenance, there is nothing wrong about that, but how long is that going to keep happening.

We all need to come together to form a common goal on how to help EU Artists grow, help to promote thier music, help to book them in shows, promoters promoting them and doing a Tour with them, instead of the Naija based Artists, Deejays playing thier music, mind you, and i want you all to know this, Naija Based deejays are not the ones making naija based artists music to be known in Europe but the EU based deejays are the ones doing that, they are the ons playing the music in clubs and parties, they make the naija based Artists to be famous in Europe, and that opened the way for the promoters to bring them to meet thier fans, its a simple logic.

EU deejays should play more of EU based artists, make Mixtapes on them, make them porpular just like they are doing to the Naija based Artists, who never come to say thank you.

This coalition is a way to move forward, Many Eu Artist should know that they are not doing any favour for any deejay, because deejay get thier gigs, promoters promoters promote thier artists, making music and going to put on blogs is not giving them any money, they should realise that they have alot to gain with this coalition, when we all come together we can work with the Nigerian government, we can ask them for help, the Nigerian government is investing in entertainment, and we are not getting anything because we still work on individual bases, when we have a coalition, and we all are registerd members and a card carrer, we would be giving the needed help we so need from the government, get sponsors and endorsements via the coalition, get to meet the Ambassdors and make our case, make appointments with the ministers of Culture, make appointments with Governors, commissioners, all because we are doing something great apart from music projecting the good image of Nigerians abroad.

when an event is coming up in any part of the EU or Nigeria we will have a representative, we would be recognised, many of the so called ministers come to Europe eveynow and then they dont know who to meet, many want to project thier good image they cannot have audience with us, because we are just individual, airlines cannot support us because we are individual, we promote our show with our money without sponsors, because we dont know the way, promoters are fighting with themselves, because many lack the knowledge even when they have the money, how long is that going to be keep happenning.

we all should think about this, we are not doing it for anyone, we all should take it seriously , we all should find a way to work together, all the beef should stop, when we have sponsors and help from the government there would not be any reason to beef each other.

How long are EU based artists going to be hidding or begging one promoter to pls add him to an event and not getting anything in return, EU artists many got good music, they should stop bringing themselves down, bowing to Naija based that they themselves are better than, they shoukld package themselves and let set the ball rolling.

VIDEO: Yemi Rush – Your Body

VIDEO: Yemi Rush – Your Body

London-based Nigerian crooner and songwriter Yemi Rush is proud to unveil the brand new music video for his latest single ‘Your Body’ produced by long-time collaborator Lexyflow. Released via Yemi Rush’s own label imprint MuzikBasket, ‘Your Body’ is his second official single of the year, on the back of ‘Scooby Doo’, and was premiered on The Beat FM London.

Supported by the likes of BBC 1Xtra, Capital Xtra, The Beat FM, Cool FM, SoundCity and Silverbird TV, as well as leading African music online publications, Yemi Rush boasts a thriving career so far, which has seen him release several well received and acclaimed singles including ‘Kill Me’ featuring Kida Kudz, ‘Stay With Me’ and ‘Your Man’ among others.

Filmed on location in London, and directed by Fli5 Star along with Rush himself, the visuals for ‘Your Body’ brings the single further to life, with an exciting portrayal of Yemi Rush lusting after his dream woman, ending up with a date at the renowned Big Moe’s Diner. In the coming weeks, Yemi Rush will be taking his new single on a UK nationwide tour this summer. Enjoy the visuals for ‘Your Body’ below.

Burnaboy - Duro Ni Be [Official Video] ft. Phyno

VIDEO: Burna Boy ft. Phyno – Duro Ni Be

Off his sophomore album, On a Spaceship, Burna Boy drops the official visual to his hit single “Duro Ni Be” feat. Phyno. The video which was shot by MattMax is something fresh from Burna. He sure knows how to tickle your fancy with his style. This is certainly another hit maker.

VIDEO: Maire – Alhaji

 Maire – Alhaji

Maire – Alhaji

NexxtLevel Entertainment presents the music video for "Alhaji" by Africa’s newest diva Maire featuring rap sensation IceBerg Slim. The uptempo Afro Urban "Alhaji" produced by hit-producer Spellz.

Maire Debuts Video to Alhaji and First Single off the Alhaji Remix EP ( Alhaji Feat Dj Consequence and Phantom) available now exclusive to MtnMusic+ ENJOY

VIDEO: Pardon C – Gbabe

 VIDEO: Pardon C – Gbabe

VIDEO: Pardon C – Gbabe

Diaspora based Nigerian singer, Pardon C hits? us with yet another astonishing single christened “Gbabe.”

Pardon C over the years has been consistent in delivering quality music of different genres which has further added to his credibility as a creative singer.

“Gbabe” sees Pardon C asking a lady out, after showing her much love; the beautiful diva gave in to his request to start a relationship with him. Check on the entertaining and rich music video to see how the amazing singer serenades his lover.

The music video of “Gbabe” by Pardon C was directed by Wale of Champion Studio, shot on location ?in the US?. Audio was produced by Nelly Yung, guitar by Walta Blackson.


DOWNLOAD MUSIC:Myro – Odi Ok (prod. Tp2)

Myro – Odi Ok (prod. Tp2)

Myro – Odi Ok (prod. Tp2)

Even in the face of adversity and Nigeria’s economic challenges, this nation (Nigeria) will be great again.

That’s the message of Masterpiece Entertainment’s star man and Pop Sensation – MYRO as he comes through with a message of hope in his new tune – ODI OK.

Produced by Top2 and Mixed by SUKA Sounds, ODI OK by Myro might prove to be that soothing balm that Nigerians need at this moment as the song carries a promise for a brighter tomorrow.
Listen up and download

DOWNLOAD MUSIC :Yovi ft Ycee – Shepe Si

Yovi Feat YCEE-Shepe Si
Yovi ft Ycee – Shepe Si

Yovi a new signee on the brand new label Regnum Dynasty just released a new song titled ‘Shepe Si’
Shepe Si is a cover of Ycee’s Banging club anthem ‘Omo Alhaji’ produced by EKelly.
Yovi a versatile artiste and multi instrumentalist brought his own ingenuity and made the song his own.
The viral video of this tune will be released in some couple of days

Man U sacks Louis Van Gaal, to appoint Jose Mourinho in coming days

The club officially announced the news this afternoon after private meetings between club Chief Executive Ed Woodward and Louis Van Gaal and both parties agreed that he had to go after missing out on the season's target of Champions League qualification, despite winning the FA Cup on Saturday.

Albert Stuivenberg, Franz Hoek, Max Reckers and other Dutch members of his backroom team have also been dismissed with Jose Mourinho and his own backroom team set to assume duties this week.

Van Gaal arrived at Carrington training complex at around 8.45am this morning with his entire coaching staff present as they learned of their fate.

Mourinho expects to have more talks on Tuesday ahead of signing a three-year deal with his long-term assistant Rui Faria and goalkeeping coach Silvino Louro expected to follow.

Ryan Giggs' future at United is up in the air despite Mourinho's wish to keep the Welshman at the club.

Executive vice chairman Ed Woodward said on the club's official website : "I would like to thank Louis and his staff for their excellent work in the past two years culminating in winning a record-equalling 12th FA Cup for the club (and securing him a title in four different countries). He has behaved with great professionalism and dignity throughout his time here. He leaves us with a legacy of having given several young players the confidence to show their ability on the highest stage. Everyone at the club wishes him all the best in the future.

Kim Kardashian shows off her curves in see-through dress

Kim Kardashian West oozed sexiness when she stepped out with her husband, Kanye West at the Vogue 100 Gala Dinner in London on Monday night in a sexy sheer dress. Kanye West seemed to be super proud standing right beside his wife. More photos

Adanna Ohakim shares pic of herself breast feeding her son inside a restaurant...

Adanna shared the photo as a way of promoting breast feeding of babies. She asked what is unnatural in women breast feeding their babies publicly. Read what she wrote

Photos: Monalisa Chinda, Stephanie Linus at an award in Lagos

Actresses Monalisa Chinda Coker and Stephanie Linus at Dala Awards in Lagos over the weekend. More photos

Could Kris Jenner be making plans to change her last name back to Kardashian?

Might just be so! In a deleted scene from Keeping Up With the Kardashians, Kris told her surprised daughter Khloe, that she might change back to the name which she dropped when she divorced the late Rob Kardashian Snr.

While riding in a car together, Khloe asks her mom who she calls to get reservations at their favorite Mexican restaurant. Kris said, "I call the manager usually and I say, Hey! It's Kris Kardashian." Khloe reminded her that that wasn't her last name anymore, to which she responded, "I'm going to change my name back to Kardashian. I was that before you were that. I was the original Kardashian."

When Khloé tried to suggest she go back to her maiden name and that it would be insulting for Kendall and Kylie, Kris responded back saying, "It just doesn't sound right. If Bruce can change his name to Caitlyn, I think I'm good."

50-year-old Liz Hurley flaunts her amazing figure in a gown at an event in Rome (Photos)

50-year-old Actress & Model, Elizabeth Hurley stepped out showcasing her impressive body in a white Valentino gown, at the opening of Sofia Coppola's take on La Traviata in Rome, which took place in the Teatro Dell'Opera Di Roma. More photos

Nigeria is headed for a 'full-blown economic crisis- Business Insider reports

Business Insider, an American Business magazine, reports that Nigeria is heading for a full blown economic crisis due to lower oil prices and the government's Foreign exchange and Price Control policies. Read the report below...

Nigeria's economic crisis is getting worse. On Friday the Nigerian Bureau of Statistics revealed that the country's economy shrank by 0.4% year-over-year in the first quarter — way worse than expected.
Economists were expecting the country to grow by 1.8% year-over-year, according to the Bloomberg consensus. And now analysts aren't feeling too good about the situation going forward. "We have long warned of a slow-burning crisis in Nigeria," Capital Economics' Africa economist John Ashbourne said. "It now seems that this view was too optimistic: the country is headed into a full-blown economic crisis." Nigeria continues to suffer from numerous economic headaches, (which analysts have more or less deemed a failure). The biggest drop in growth was in Nigeria's manufacturing sector, which Ashbourne wrote was crushed by the country's FX policies.
"This is very bad news for Nigeria's government, which has justified the current FX system as a method of promoting non-oil industries," Ashbourne said. "It is now clear that these policies have — as we'd long argued — made a bad situation worse."
Still, the scariest thing about this latest gross-domestic-product number is that it doesn't factor in any of the debilitating problems Nigeria has seen in the second quarter, including but not limited to the fuel-shortage crisis and some of the oil-production disruptions by theNiger Delta Avengers. In short, Ashbourne concluded grimly, "the worst is yet to come."
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