Entertainment Lifestyle 

KCee tells Pulse about ‘Cultural Praise,’ E-Money, Igbo culture, his background and more [Interview]

Characterized by fast-paced percussion and the use of triangles, bells and sticks, Ogene is loved across the nation. A key example of the genre is ‘For The Money’ by Phyno featuring Peruzzi. All the while, KCee would be there to take in the moment. In December 2020, as a veteran Nigerian artist and hitmaker, KCee made a surprising career move by releasing the now popular song, ‘Cultural Praise Vol. 1.’ It was a drastic departure from the Afro-pop sound, for which KCee is known. “Everybody tried to discourage me; my…

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Entertainment Lifestyle 

Larry King: Nigerian celebrities react to death of American broadcaster

Some Nigerian celebrities are mourning late American broadcaster, Larry King who died on Saturday morning, January 23, aged 87. The celebrities took to their Instagram handles to pay tribute and mourn the ace broadcaster who had contributed immensely to American Journalism. Veteran Nollywood Actress, Joke Silva wrote on her page with the broadcaster’s picture “Rest well Larry King. You were the king of interviews. Always polite, always listening.” Renowned Comedian, Gbenga Adeyinka said, “Legends don’t die, they transit to glory. Rest in peace Larry King.” Also Ace Comedian, Atunyota Akpobome,…

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Africa 

CHAN 2021: Zambia draw with Guinea as Tanzania record first win

Guinea and Zambia are joint leaders of Group D after a 1-1 draw on Saturday night. Victor Kantabadouno came off the bench to score for Guinea in the 58th minute in their second Group D game at the ongoing Africa Nations Championship (CHAN) in Cameroon. Zambia needed a late Spencer Sautu goal to deny the west Africans victory. The midfielder headed in the equalizer with just three minutes remaining to rescue the tie for the Chipolopolo. After a goalless first half, the two sides returned from the break determined to…

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Africa 

CHAN: Cameroon seeks Eto’o inspiration ahead of Burkina Faso tie

With one point separating them, Burkina Faso face hosts Cameroon on Sunday at the Ahmadou Ahidjou Stadium in Yaoundé, with the quarterfinal ticket at stake for both sides. Hosts Cameroon made a good start to their CHAN campaign, defeating Zimbabwe and going on to draw against Mali to gather four points, one more than Burkina Faso who lost to Mali before defeating Zimbabwe to garner 3 points. Cameroon’s training session Saturday afternoon ended with a surprise visit from one of the country’s most decorated footballers Samuel Eto’o. Armed with motivational…

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OP-ED Opinions 

Buhari’s War Of Genocide Against Yorubas Is Catalyst For Oduduwa Nation By Bayo Oluwasanmi

Nigerians never envisaged a future Hitler until General Muhammadu Buhari became president. Buhari has jailed hundreds of prisoners of conscience solely for peacefully exercising their right to freedom of expression, association, and assembly in a campaign of ruthless suppression on human rights. Buhari employs federal security apparatus controlled by Fulanis to cow Nigerians. Buhari is fast moving Nigeria from a flawed democracy into a war of genocide against Yorubas. Since he came to power, he has vigorously, relentlessly, ruthlessly, and systematically pursued the murder of Yorubas. He has caused serious…

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Entertainment Lifestyle 

Omah Lay was better than Wizkid in 2020 – Music fan reveals

Recently, a music fan identified with Twitter handle, @__MiankindPr posted a comparison between Omah Lay and Wizkid. According to the twitter user, Omah lay’s songs performed better than Wizkid’s songs in 2020. After making the post, the twitter user gave reason where he disclosed that Omahlay’s songs like Lolo, Damn, Bad influence, Yeye are one of his hit tracks in 2020 which were able to beat Wizkid’s songs. Although Omah Lay might have made a name for himself in 2020, Wizkid’s achievements in the Nigerian music industry is still greater.…

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Entertainment Lifestyle 

HIP Video Promo presents: Robyn McCorquodale releases an uplifting music clip “We Fly Together or We Don’t Fly at All”

HIP Video Promo presents: Robyn McCorquodale releases an uplifting music clip “We Fly Together or We Don’t Fly at All” – Music Industry Today – EIN Presswire Trusted News Since 1995 A service for music industry professionals · Sunday, January 24, 2021 · 535,020,334 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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Africa 

Mozambique: Cyclone Eloise leaves massive flooding in its wake

People in the Mozambican port city of Beira breathed a sigh of relief on Saturday as Cyclone Eloise caused less damage than feared, although the danger of flooding remained in a region still recovering from a devastating cyclone two years ago. In 2019, Cyclone Idai killed several hundred people and displaced well over 100,000 others. Ahead of the arrival of Cyclone Eloise, the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) warned that at least 100,000 people would be affected. “There have been floods, but we have been…

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Africa 

Tunisians defy police to stage more anti-government rallies

Hundreds of demonstrators took to the streets of Tunisian cities on Saturday to protest police repression, corruption and poverty, following several nights of unrest marked by clashes and arrests. Saturday’s protests come as the North African nation struggles to stem the novel coronavirus pandemic, which has crippled the economy and threatened to overwhelm hospitals. Over 6,000 people have died from Covid-19 in Tunisia, with a record 103 deaths reported on Thursday. The government on Saturday extended a night-time curfew from 8 p.m. (1900 GMT) to 5 a.m. and banned gatherings…

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OP-ED Opinions 

Revolution Not War By Adeyeye Olorunfemi

Let me start by asking students of history what year Ojukwu died. 2011 right? 44 years from the beginning of the war. Good.  Yakubu Gowon is still alive. But over 3 million people who never travelled to Aburi to sign any accord died during the pogrom as far back as 1967. Just cause or not, the elite are mostly protected during wars while the masses are led to slaughter. First point made.  I agree that there is war already. The Nigerian State is fighting the masses through all means including…

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