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Nigerian, Uganda and Burundian Artistes to Light Up Kigali

Double Jay Nigerian singer Asake, Uganda’s Fik Fameica and Double Jay from Burundi will fire up Kigali City in a concert scheduled to be held in Kigali City at Camp Kigali this October 28, 2022. The show will also have Rwandan artists who are yet to be announced, according to the organizers. Double Jay, a popular artist in Burundi, will… Read More
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Remembering a Legend: October 2019, Nigeria Football Federation lost Isaac Promise

Three years ago, on the 2nd of October, the Nigerian Football Federation lost one of its strikers, Isaac Promise, to death at age 31. Reports then asserted that the Nigerian while actively playing with Austin Bold, a club in the U.S.A died after collapsing during a workout in his apartment complex gym. Isaac captained the Nigerian team that represented Nigeria… Read More
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Ayra Starr becomes the first female artiste to get multiple No. 1 songs in Nigeria

Also, ‘Rush’ ends a 26-week streak of consecutive No. 1 songs by EMPIRE – ‘Rush’ was released under Mavin Records. Released as the lead single for 19 & Dangerous (Deluxe), ‘Rush’ is the second No. 1 off her debut album as it tops this week’s Nigeria Top 100. Former No. 1s, ‘Organise’ and ‘Terminator’ slip to No. 2 and No.… Read More
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Don Jazzy drops the third episode of ‘Don Jazzy Radio’ on Apple Music

Alongside his co-host, Mavin’s DJ Big N, Don Jazzy interviews Nigerian Afrobeats singer-songwriter Korede Bello and Afro-fusion singer-songwriter BNXN (fka Buju), as well as definitive Afrobeats tracks from Burna Boy, Tiwa Savage, Ckay, Bella Shmurda and more! Don Jazzy Radio will offer the best of what’s next, what’s new and the golden age of Afrobeats, all curated by The Don… Read More
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Nigeria @ 62: Nigerians’ unhelpful obsession with foreign stuff, by Rasheedat Shuaib

There is no better time to reflect on some of the self-sabotaging habits of Nigerians than a period the country is marking her independence anniversary. There is no better period to do so other than a time we are marking the 62nd anniversary of that historic ceremony that saw the British Union Jack lowered and Nigeria’s Green White Green raised,… Read More
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Legendary singer, Asa sues Joeboy for N300 million over copyright infringement

Nigerian musician Bukola Elemide, popularly known as Asa, has issued a copyright infringement warning to Joseph Akinwale Akinfenwa, also known as Joeboy. She stated that his freshly released song, Contour, was plagiarized from her recording of a musical composition from September 22, 2020. In a letter delivered via her management to Joeboy, the female singer demanded N300 million and a… Read More
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Why Nigeria should invest more in brains exports and less in oil and Agric- PwC

Nigeria is strategically positioned to supply specialist labour to the global market given the prevalence of brain capital in the economy, PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC), observes.   PwC noted this in a new report titled: “Nigerian Brain Exports: The Optimal Path to Growing the Nigerian Economy”, which stated that Nigeria has great potential as a nation for exporting brain capital.  Brain capital is… Read More
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90% Of Friendships In Music Industry Are Fake – Harrysong

Harrison Tare Okiri, popularly known as Harrysong, has come out to say that ninety per cent of the friendships in the entertainment industry are fake. The ‘It’s Not A Lie’ singer, in an interview with Franklyspeakingpodcast, made this disheartening opinion known to support the claim that friendships in the entertainment industry are fake. ALSO READ: Comic Actress, Mama No Network Survives… Read More
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Nigeria at 62: Economy still crawling

Giving his independence anniversary speech last Saturday, President Muhammadu Buhari recalled how he pledged to improve the economy, tackle corruption and fight insecurity when he assumed office in 2015. This was further strengthened according to him, by his commitment to lift 100 million Nigerians out of poverty in 10 years as the central plank of his second term in 2019.… Read More
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‘All Friendship In Music Industry Are Fake’ – Singer Harrysong Spills

Nigerian singer, Harrison Okiri, popularly known as Harrysong, has opined that 90 per cent of friendships in the music industry are fake as most people pretend. Naija News reports that the singer made this known during a podcast titled ‘frankly speaking’, stating that all the friendships in the music industry are all for selfish gains. According to the singer, 90… Read More