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Friday, April 27, 2018

VIDEO: Naira Marley – Issa Goal ft. Olamide x Lil Kesh

VIDEO: Naira Marley – Issa Goal ft. Olamide x Lil Kesh

Naira Marley first emerged on the U.K. scene with “Marry Juana” in 2014, a lilting summertime bop using clever wordplay to extoll the virtues of weed. Since then, he’s put out a steady stream of tunes straddling both London and Lagos.

His latest single, the delightfully joyous “Issa Goal,” has spawned thousands of videos of fans doing the shaku shaku. The track features guest verses from Nigerian stars Lil Keshand Olamide, and is something of an official-unofficial anthem for Nigeria’s soccer team as it prepares to compete in this summer’s World Cup. Its video is a beautiful, green-and-white celebration in the metropolis of Lagos.

VIDEO: Chinko Ekun ft. Reminisce – Bodija

VIDEO: Chinko Ekun ft. Reminisce - Bodija

VIDEO: Chinko Ekun ft. Reminisce – Bodija

Dek-Niyor Entertainment presents Chinko Ekun’s new record titled “BODIJA” (Audio + Video) which features founder and creative director of LRR Records “Reminisce”.

The song was produced by prolific music producer #Rexxie (@rexxiepondabeat) and was mixed and mastered by #Spyritmyx (@spyritmyx).

Video was directed, shot and edited by label-mate @WalinteenPro in Johannesburg, South Africa with cameo appearance by OlaDips. The video also marked the end of his weekly freestyle series called #Chinko’sDiary.

Connect with Chinko Ekun on social media
@ChinkoTiger (instagram & twitter)
@DekniyorEnt (instagram & twitter

VIDEO: Blackmagic – No Need

This not your typical romantic song but instead an exploration of the complicated layers that are such an intricate part of every love story. All so different, yet so similar at the same time.
Blackmagic’s “No need” explores the often complicated layers of a romantic relationship; unspoken pains and misunderstandings, unexpressed feelings, complicated love.
An inescapable human emotion, love is not always romantic, easy or straightforward

VIDEO: D’Prince – Gucci Gang ft. Davido & Don Jazzy

D’Prince returns on Notjustok with the visuals to his previously heard single – “Gucci Gang”.
The song features DMW’s head honcho – Davido and leader of Supreme Mavin Dynasty – Don Jazzy.

VIDEO: Teni – Wait

Dr. Dolor Entertainment proudly presents the official video for “WAIT” by superstar act – TENI.

Shot and directed on location in Lagos by AJE Films, the very crisp visuals shows another side to the extraordinarily talented singer. This video is sure set to keep you entertained from start to finish, with audio produced by Dr. Dolor Entertainment’s in-house producer – Jaysynths Beatz.

“WAIT” video is a tease of the bigger projects coming pretty soon from the stables of Dr. Dolor Entertainment. Follow @drdolorofficial, @tenientertainer and @ddeworldwide on Instagram for more updates.

Watch and share TENI’s “WAIT” video.”

VIDEO: Mr Dutch ft. Solidstar – Antidote

Mr Dutch ft. Solidstar – Antidote

Mr Dutch ft. Solidstar – Antidote

Dutch Dreams Records front man Mr Dutch is here with an uptempo Afrobeats which he tags Antidote.

On this one, he teams up with Solidstar to give the world an antidote to all worries. This is one song you will never get enough of.

This is one tune that will definitely put you in the dancing mood.

Antidote is one of many good music to be churned out of the Dutch Dreams Records.

VIDEO: Patoranking – Suh Different

Patoranking wastes no time in putting out the visuals to his previously released single – “Suh Different”.
The Amari Musiq head honcho has been on a roll lately and he’s showing no signs of slowing down anytime soon. ]


After the released of BABY JOWO  SHORTDOG BELL MONSTER HIT which is still gain massive Air play Across the continent in various Radio & clubs

The gurunation empire finest Act Shortdog Bell returns with another hit SINGLE titled  MAKE WAY FEAT JAYCEE

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Karabo Mokoena's boyfriend describes how he disposed of her body, says he put petrol on her and then walked away

“I put petrol on her and then I walked away.” These were the chilling words Sandile Mantsoe gave to a police officer as he stood at the scene of where he disposed of the body of his girlfriend‚ Karabo Mokoena‚ the High Court in Johannesburg heard on Wednesday.

The forex trader is standing trial for brutally murdering his 22-year-old Mokoena in April last year. See some previous reports here and here.

Colonel Andre de Klerk testified how Mantsoe had taken them on the journey he travelled on the evening he disposed of Mokoena’s body.

According to De Klerk‚ Mantsoe had first taken them to his luxury Sandton apartment where he claimed to have found Mokoena dead after she allegedly committed suicide.

“I put her in the back of my car‚” Mantsoe was quoted as saying‚ adding that he had used a dustbin to carry the body from his apartment to his car‚ which was parked in the basement.
Mantsoe then took the officers to a BP garage on Grayston Drive in Sandton. He said:

"This is the garage where I bought the petrol to burn Karabo’s body’‚” De Klerk quoted Mantsoe‚ reading through notes he had taken on that day.

Mantsoe led the police to his mother’s house where he said he had collected a tyre and pool acid from the shed. No one had seen him remove the items. He then took the officers to a ditch in the middle of a dumping area in Lyndhurst‚ saying he was familiar with the area.

“I rolled her body in with the tyre around her. She was facing the road. I then put petrol on her and then I walked away‚” Mantsoe was quoted as saying.

The married father of three‚ who is estranged from his wife‚ claimed that he came home from a business meeting to find that Mokoena had committed suicide in his apartment. He alleged that she had stabbed herself in the neck. He stated that out of fear and panic that he would be blamed for the death of his on-and-off girlfriend‚ he disposed of her body.

Another police officer‚ Mokgaetji Mahwete‚ had earlier testified that Mantsoe had said Mokoena needed to die to break a blood ritual that they had entered into in order to boost his business dealings.

Mantsoe allegedly claimed that his business had begun to suffer as a result of the two of them splitting up.

In order to fix this‚ a sacrifice had to be made and this sacrifice was Mokoena‚ Mahwete told the court.

Mantsoe has denied these allegations. He faces charges of premeditated murder‚ defeating the ends of justice and assault with intent to do grievous bodily harm. Mantsoe has pleaded not guilty to the charges.

The trial continues.

American Airlines sued over death of nurse who had embolism on flight after pilot refused to divert plane

A nurse died on an American Airlines flight after suffering an embolism and passing out in the bathroom while the pilot refused to divert the plane despite an onboard doctor's pleas to land.

Brittany Oswell was on the plane with her military husband Cory and were on their way home to South Carolina on April 15, 2016. They had been married for less than a year and they boarded a flight in Hawaii, where Cory was stationed in the military, at 8pm. Three hours into the flight, Brittany became "disoriented and dizzy".

Flight attendants watched her as she slurred her speech then fainted, according to a lawsuit filed by her family last week. She quickly regained consciousness but, around an hour or two later, she went to the bathroom and passed out after vomiting and defecating on herself. After passing out several times on the plane, her pulse stopped while flight attendants and a doctor gave her CPR in the plane galley after pleading with the captain to make an emergency landing.

The pilot consulted with an on-call American Airlines doctor on the ground then decided to carry on flying to Texas which would take another 90 minutes. Despite several pleas, they refused to land the plane and continued the journey. When the plane finally landed in Dallas, four hours after she first passed out, she was unconscious. She was taken to hospital but was declared brain dead three days later with the cause of death given as cardiac arrest prompted by a pulmonary embolism.

Brittany's husband and parents are now suing the airline, claiming they could have prevented her death by getting her the help she needed sooner. The lawsuit claims that the flight captain was asleep during the first portion of the ordeal and had to be "wakened" before they spoke to the doctor.

After Brittany's pulse stopped and she stopped breathing, the doctor tried to perform CPR and use a defibrillator to revive her but claims no shock came out of the pads as it should, the lawsuit claims.

Her parents Tina and Christopher filed the lawsuit against American Airlines in South Carolina on the second anniversary of her death, along with her widower Cory. They say it is entirely American Airlines' fault that she died and that she could have been saved if the plane was grounded and the proper help was sought immediately.

Lawyer Brad Cranshaw told that her fate was sealed by the airline's staff's actions.

"When Brittany got on the plane, she stepped into her coffin. It's a tragedy," he said.

American Airlines said it was examining the complaint but would not yet respond to the allegations.

"We take the safety of our passengers very seriously and we are looking into the details of the complaint," a spokesman told

Photos from the historic meeting between North and South Korean Presidents

Leaders of the two Koreas made their way to the heavily fortified demilitarized zone between the countries early on Friday, seeking to end their decades-long conflict and ease tensions over the North’s nuclear weapons program.

South Korean leader, Moon Jae-in arrived first at at the Joint Security Area of Panmunjom shortly after 9 a.m., about one hour after he left his presidential office Cheong Wa Dae in Seoul.

With precision, North Korean leader, Kim Jong Un arrived at 9.29 am for the historic summit set to start at 9:30 a.m. He crossed from the ~North Korean side of the border by foot to the South. The two leaders shook hands, with Kim inviting Moon to also cross the inter-Korean border.

Kim will be the first North Korean leader to set foot in the South since the 1950-53 Korean War.

The two are expected to talk denuclearization and exchanges between the Koreas and also will plant a memorial tree at the border truce village of Panmunjom as part of the first inter-Korean summit in more than a decade.

Friday’s summit will set the stage for Kim to meet with U.S. President Donald Trump in late May or early June, in what would be an unprecedented first encounter between sitting leaders of the two countries. Just months ago, Trump and Kim were trading threats and insults as North Korea’s rapid advances in pursuit of nuclear-armed missiles capable of hitting the United States raised fears of a fresh conflict on the Korean peninsula.

North Korea’s official KCNA news agency reported Kim’s departure from Pyongyang earlier and said Kim planned to “open-heartedly discuss with Moon Jae-in all the issues arising in improving inter-Korean relations and achieving peace, prosperity and reunification of the Korean peninsula.”

Just days before the summit, Kim said North Korea would suspend nuclear and long-range missile tests and dismantle its only known nuclear test site. Hundreds of demonstrators were seen gathering in downtown Seoul from early morning to protest or support the summit.

Scepticism has been rampant about whether Kim is ready to abandon the hard-earned nuclear arsenal his country has defended and developed for decades as what it says is a necessary deterrent against U.S. invasion.

The two neighbors expect to release a joint statement late on Friday – possibly called the Panmunjom Declaration – that could address denuclearization and peace, and an improvement in relations, South Korean officials said. Impoverished North Korea and the rich, democratic South are technically still at war because the Korean War ended in a truce, not a peace treaty.

The United States stations 28,500 troops in South Korea as a legacy of the Cold War conflict, which pitted the South, the United States and United Nations forces against the communist North, backed by China and Russia. On Thursday, Trump said he was considering three or four dates as well as five locations for his meeting with Kim, although once again he added that it remained unclear whether the meeting will occur.

“It could be that I walk out quickly – with respect – but … it could be that maybe the meeting doesn’t even take place,” he told Fox News by telephone. “Who knows. But I can tell you right now they want to meet.”

The White House released two photographs of then Secretary of State-designate and CIA chief Mike Pompeo’s meeting with Kim in North Korea over the Easter weekend to discuss the planned summit. It was Kim’s first known meeting with a U.S. official

Kebbi First Lady, Dr. Zainab Bagudu says she isn't a huge fan of Chimamanda Adichie, finds her views tribal, stereotyped and one-sided

Award winning Nigerian author, Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie has been receiving backlash after she questioned former Democrat Presidential candidate, Hilary Clinton, on why her Twitter bio began with 'wife'

The First Lady of Kebbi State, Dr. Aisha Bagudu took to her official Instagram to speak on the controversy and Ms Adichie, whose views she described as "tribal, stereotyped and one-sided" while making it clear that she is not a huge fan of the autor.

Read her post below...

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