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Bay Area Female Rapper Thug Misses Brings Her Energy To The Hip Hop Scene With New Single ”99 U Ain’t 1”

Bay Area Female Rapper Thug Misses Brings Her Energy To The Hip Hop Scene With New Single ”99 U Ain’t 1” – Music Industry Today – EIN Presswire Trusted News Since 1995 A service for music industry professionals · Saturday, May 8, 2021 · 540,603,333 Articles · 3+ Million Readers News Monitoring and Press Release Distribution Tools News Topics Newsletters Press Releases Events & Conferences RSS Feeds Other Services Questions? Sourced From Nigerian Music

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Entertainment Lifestyle 

Davido celebrates 10 years in music

David Adeleke is a man of colour and is notably a king on social media as a stunt has just been pulled to the surprise and of course amusement of fans; getting himself a dedicated emoji to celebrate #DavidoAt10 in the music and entertainment industry. The 27-year old founder of Davido Music Worldwide (DMW) today celebrates his 10th year of making music in Nigeria and across the borders. With his ‘Dami Duro’ remix in 2012, Davido appeared from the onset a controversial singer and that has come in handy for…

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Africa 

Students in Niger protest poor living and learning conditions

Students of Niger’s Niamey University are up in arms and on Friday protested for better living and housing conditions. They burned tyres, blocked the Kennedy Bridge, connecting the campus’s right bank and left bank and erected barricades. Students are also demanding the payment of about 10 months of arrears of scholarships and say they are tired of the promises of the government of Mohamed Bazoum. “Firstly on an academic level, the critical shortage of research professors. We have faculties today, like the Faculty of Law, which since its creation had…

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Africa 

Livestream funerals and online services: Ghana’s churches adapt to Covid

The pandemic has forced many Christian Ghanaians to change their religious practices, with churches turning to online services and donations, and live streaming funerals. More than 70 percent of the West African country’s 30 million people are Christian, mainly Pentecostals or Evangelists, who have had to abide by strict rules in churches to contain the spread of the coronavirus. “We are following the government’s instructions to the letter. But Covid-19 has significantly affected our attendance,” said Reverend Kofi Oduro Agyeman-Prempeh from the Destiny Adenta church in a suburb of the…

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Pacific 

‘No time to lose’, stop flow of deadly weapons to Myanmar military now, urges UN rights expert

Tom Andrews, UN Special Rapporteur on the human rights situation in the southeast Asian nation, underscored in a statement, the need to stop the flow of weapons and so called dual-use weapons technology into the hands of forces under the command of the military junta, describing it as “literally a matter of life and death.” “There is no time to lose … I urge governments who support cutting the flow of weapons to a brutal military junta to consider immediately establishing their own arms embargo against Myanmar while simultaneously encouraging…

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Entertainment Lifestyle 

5 Nigerian celebrities who have welcomed babies in recent times

Like previous years, 2021 has also witnessed a sizeable number of popular celebrities in the entertainment industry who have had their status elevated to that of parenthood. Although some of them kept the news as a piece of juicy surprise for their fans and followers, there were others who happily posted about their new babies at the moment of arrival. In the mood of celebrating these individuals who have now been saddled with the responsibility of parenthood, Saturday Telegraph has compiled a list of new celebrity mothers and fathers. Kizz…

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Entertainment Lifestyle 

LORDs of fuji music

Tofarati Ige Published 8 May 2021 Fuji is evidently a genre of music that is male dominated. Undoubtedly one of the most popular styles of music in the country, especially in the south-west, musicians have multitude of fans and practically live like kings. Saturday Beats takes a look at some of them Ayinla Kollington Originally from Ilorin, Kwara State, 68 years ago, Ayinla Kollington had known from an early age that he was destined to do music. Together with his late friend and competitor, Ayinde Barrister, they are regarded to…

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Africa 

Togo: Youth series 100% written in Africa for authentic representation

In a luxury villa on Lake Togo, ten young West African screenwriters are getting a rare chance to hone their skills and see their work on the small screen. The Togo initiative by Maison Junior association brings together writers from five countries with the idea of eventually crafting the second season of the French series “Junior des idees au Or” –- “Junior with the golden ideas” — to become the first major French series written entirely in French-speaking West Africa. The animated film takes a look at the daily lives…

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Africa 

Chad: “We do not recognise the CMT” – Wakit Tama

As political tensions and uncertainty continue to rise in Chad, our journalist Ruth Laetitia Lago had a talk with Attorney Max Loalngar to get more insight on the current happenings. Ruth: Good day, and welcome to Africanews. We have with us the head of the Coordination des Actions Citoyennes du Tchad, whose civil platform called for a peaceful march against the junta’s seizure of power in Chad on Tuesday, April 27 after the death of President Idriss Deby Itno. Several demonstrators lost their lives and many others were injured. Since…

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Human Rights 

Stop evictions in East Jerusalem neighbourhood immediately, UN rights office urges Israel

Eight Palestinian refugee families residing in Sheikh Jarrah are facing forced eviction due to a legal challenge by the Nahalat Shimon settler organization, with the risk “imminent” for four of the families, according to the office. OHCHR spokesperson Rupert Colville said that the evictions, if ordered and implemented, would violate Israel’s obligations under international law. “Given the disturbing scenes in Sheikh Jarrah over the past few days, we wish to emphasize that East Jerusalem remains part of the occupied Palestinian territory, in which International Humanitarian Law applies. The occupying Power…

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