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16 Aug 2018

New Music :Maruf Adenyi - Godiya(prods by Dreyga)

August 16, 2018 0
New Music :Maruf Adenyi - Godiya(prods by Dreyga)

Leak Music: Dex Dee - Na Them Dey Rush Us (Prods by Markshady beatz)

August 16, 2018 0
Leak Music: Dex Dee - Na Them Dey Rush Us (Prods by Markshady beatz)
Fresh from the Nerat Empire, Here is the "Son of the shoe maker" himself "Dex Dee" with new banger titled "Na Them dey Rush us" The song is still considered a Leak for now as 'Na Them Dey Rush us' was not officially released by Dexdee.
 This song was produced effortlessly By Markshady beatz.

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12 Aug 2018

Music: Ayo Jay – Let Him Go

August 12, 2018 0
Music: Ayo Jay – Let Him Go

English-born Nigerian singer and songwriter, Ayo Jay has dropped a song off his soon to be released EP, and he titles this one “Let him go”.

Ayo Jay Let Him Go
He drops this new track titled “Let Him Go” off his highly anticipated “Lazy Genius” EP.

Music: Boj – Bill Up

August 12, 2018 0
Music: Boj – Bill Up

BOJ Bill Up
 Bolaji Ojudokan popularly known as BOJ releases his first solo single in 2018 titled “Bill Up”, a mid-tempo song produced by GMK.
Initially of the group DRB whose other members met while in college in Worcestershire, Boj has consistently continued with the release of quality material making a household name in the Nigerian music terrain.

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“Why a lot of artistes are into yahoo yahoo” — Nigerian Singer reveals

August 12, 2018 0
“Why a lot of artistes are into yahoo yahoo” — Nigerian Singer reveals

Fast-rising singer, Weflo has stated that no youth can make it in the Nigerian music industry with their own money. Asked why yahoo-yahoo is believed to be rampant among many upcoming artistes, the UNILAG graduate explained that if you are not getting someone to finance you but you have been able to shoot so many high quality videos, then you are either into fraud or other illicit means of raising money.
While speaking in an interview with reporters at an event in Lagos about his newly released video, “Ise” shot by top Director Paul Gambit, Weflo lamented that the Nigerian environment is not conducive for upcoming talents because the cost of establishing your musical talent is almost like the cost of going into an oil and gas business.
“The Nigerian music industry is not for a poor person, and this is not to discourage any upcoming artiste from coming into the industry, but the truth is that if you as an upcoming artiste doesn’t have anyone backing you financially, you will be depending on only fate to even get attention. Studio fees alone will not allow you to beable to express all your talent. It will restrict you from doing as many songs as you want. Your hit song is probably among the ones you haven’t yet have money to record. When time comes to promote the audio, the media will cut your neck and you may eventually not beable to promote the song.



“Don’t even let me start with video directors. Sometimes to get a standard video shoot at 1millin Naira, you have to beg directors. Don’t also talk about DJs, radio stations and Alaba mix and so on.This is why for every 20 successful artistes making waves, there are probably more than 200 thousand others looking up to God for studio fees. That is why a lot of artistes are into Yahoo and all sorts of means to raise money. It’s not in my place to judge anyone, because we are all responsible for our actions at the end of the day. So if you find an upcoming artistes who is shooting all types of internationally standard videos and spends so much promoting them, then money comes from either one of the aforementioned means; not to deny that there are occasional exceptions where the song just go viral without any major effort. In my case though, i have been lucky to have the full support of my parents financially and in all ramifications.” Weflo stated.
Explaining further, Weflo says “You might want to ask, can’t an artiste get a part time job and save up for his music career? The truth is, like i said earlier, the type of capital you need to succeed in the music business is not the type you use starting a small scale business. You need millions to run it. If you start small, fine!; but 9 out of 10 times you will not break through until you find a sponsor. Maybe if you earn a 7-figure salary, but how many youths in Nigeria earn a 7-figure salary? The few that do are most likely not into music.”
Weflo however advised that the best way forward is for banks, government and corporate bodies to support the industry.
“We are in an era where music videos reach 100million views on Youtube, I dream of an industry where a brand for instance can take up the bill of an artiste’s musical video shoot in exchange for a feature of their product or service in the video. Banks should also beable to give loans to artistes and government needs to fund entertainment same way they fund sports”, he advised.

GIST:“I might sue NBC if ban on ‘This is Nigeria’ is not lifted” – Falz

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GIST:“I might sue NBC if ban on ‘This is Nigeria’ is not lifted” – Falz

Nigerian music artiste, Falz who’d earlier reacted to the NBC ban on his song ‘This is Nigeria’ which they say contains vulgar words, has threatened to sue the agency a day after he shared a letter which revealed that a Radio Station in Jos was fined for playing the song.
The call for the song’s ban had first been made by MURIC, who claimed that some ladies in hijab were dancing Shaku Shaku and they believed it was against the Islamic religion, but their pleas fell on deaf ears. However announcing the song’s ban this week, the NBC said,
This is Nigeria, look how we living now. Everybody be criminal,” stating that it made the song vulgar and it was in contravention of Section 3.6.1 and 3.13.2.2 of its constitution.
Falz who disclosed that he felt it was ridiculous for the commission to ban the song, argued that it was not a vulgar song but a socially conscious piece of art which addresses the current issues in the country.

Falz
In his Interview with Saturday Beats, Falz said;
“There is absolutely nothing vulgar about the song and I think it is ridiculous that the Nigerian Broadcast Commission singled out the least vulgar line in the song and ascribed it to be the reason they banned the song. It is a very simple and clean song.
The only thing is that I was very blunt about the way I talk about things. I do not know maybe some messages in the song hit them and that is the real reason they banned the song.
The line was, ‘This is Nigeria, look how we living now. Everybody be criminal.’ If they ban this song, then I do not understand them because that song is definitely not a vulgar song.”
He also stated that he he does not know if there was any conspiracy to ensure that the song never enjoyed airwaves, but he was aware that the song could have hit some nerves of certain people. Falz added that his lawyers will be investigating why his song was banned.
“I do not know if the fact that some group wanted me to retract the song is linked with this new development but I know that there were a lot of messages in the song and it is hitting a lot of people in the wrong places and that is what is making them react in that manner. However, there was absolutely no basis for the NBC to ban that song. I am going to have to write to them through my lawyers to find out what is really going on. When I find out the reason behind the ban, I could ask them to lift it if need be and if they do not adhere to my request, I might have to seek legal redress,” he said.

GIST:Tiwa Savage enraged as Tekno and Ciara rip off her song ‘Before Nko’

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GIST:Tiwa Savage enraged as Tekno and Ciara rip off her song ‘Before Nko’

Nigerian singing sensation, Tiwa Savage is reportedly enraged after Tekno and Ciara allegedly ripped off a song on her 2015 album RED titled, ‘Before Nko.’
American R&B diva, Ciara recently released a collaboration with the MMMG signed Tekno titled ‘Freak Me’ – upon the release of the song, a large number of fans were quick to point out the striking similarities between the new song and Tiwa Savage’s track.

Tiwa Savage enraged

Tiwa Savage who apparently got wind of the reports is vehemently angry about the situation.
Thenet.ng reports that they can exclusively confirm that neither Tekno nor Ciara obtained clearance or permission from Tiwa Savage before infringing on her copyright.
Meanwhile, Ciara had excitedly shared the artwork for the single, while Tekno refrained from doing so.



The reason behind his silence is said to be not be far fetched as an unnamed member of Tiwa Savage’s camp revealed that Tekno is someone Tiwa Savage considered a friendly colleague; not in the least because they both are Pepsi ambassadors and know each other well.

Tiwa Savage enraged
The source said;
“We were surprised that they went that route. They didn’t even just sample some strings, the beat and lyrics of the hook are basically the same. Tiwa is extremely upset because it seems like a rip off of her sweat.”
“They didn’t ask or inform us before the song was made. As a matter of fact, we reached out to them when we heard the song but they didn’t do us the courtesy of even responding.
This is not how to do things. Tekno himself is not sharing links to the song as much as his boss Ubi is. This is wrong.”
“It may not have been in Ciara’s place to know that the song belonged to someone else but the onus was on Tekno as the featured act and producer (who we believe gave the song to her anyway) to inform her.”
Although Tiwa Savage (along with Don Jazzy, his brother DPrince) was listed as one of the composers on streaming sites such as TIDAL, she believes that does not suffice as ‘permission’.

[Lyrics] Ciara Ft. Tekno – Freak Me

August 12, 2018 0
[Lyrics] Ciara Ft. Tekno – Freak Me
ciara ft tekno
International singer, Ciara finally releases her much-anticipated collaboration which features Nigerian singer, Tekno titled, “Freak me”.

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[Intro: Ciara & Tekno]
Oh, oh, oh
Na-na-na-na-na, na-na, na-na
Ayy, yah, hey
Oh, oh, oh
Na-na-na-na-na, na-na, na-na
Yeah

[Refrain: Tekno]
Yeah, bu-bu-di-bu-bu (I like that)
Love the way you wine it, Coco
I like when you get it down so loco
Put it down on the African boy

[Verse 1: Ciara]
Wine slow on it, take control of it
Take all of it, yeah, all of it
Said you want it, now you own it
I know what you like, I know what you like
Go down, baby, stay down, baby
In and out with it, right now, baby
I’ll make you smile, baby, make you proud, baby
I know what you like, I know what you like

[Pre-Chorus: Ciara]
I love how you take care of me
That good good always there for me
All I want, you got all I need
Lovin’ on your body, yeah

[Chorus: Ciara]
I’ll be the freak, be the freak, be the freak
Be the freak that you need
No, no I won’t tell nobody, I won’t tell nobody
How you freak my body
I’ll be the freak, be the freak, be the freak
Be the freak that you need
No, no I won’t tell nobody, I won’t tell nobody
How you freak my body

[Post-Chorus: Ciara]
Freaky, freaky
How you freak me
Freaky, freaky
How you freak me

[Verse 2: Ciara]
Lock eyes with me, good vibes, baby
Left side, baby, right side, baby
Out the lights, let me give you that fire, baby
I know what you like, I know what you like
Do it over and over
Turn me on like remote controller
Up and down like a roller coaster
I know what you like, I know what you like

[Pre-Chorus: Ciara]
I love how you take care of me
That good good always there for me
All I want, you got all I need
Lovin’ on your body, yeah

[Chorus: Ciara]
I’ll be the freak, be the freak, be the freak
Be the freak that you need
No, no I won’t tell nobody, I won’t tell nobody
How you freak my body
I’ll be the freak, be the freak, be the freak
Be the freak that you need
No, no I won’t tell nobody, I won’t tell nobody
How you freak my body

[Verse 3: Tekno]
Mi never seen a girl wine like this
Body slick and fantastic
Kadum-paradum, ram paradum
After the show, Mommy do it too
Baby girl hop on the conga
Badmon want give you ginger
Girl you got the sauce, girl you got everything
Way your body move, you my medicine

[Refrain: Tekno with Ciara]
Bu-bu-di-bu-bu (I like that)
Love the way you wind it, Coco
I like when you get it down so loco
Mami oh like Jamaican pie
Yeah, bu-bu-di-bu-bu (I like that)
Love the way you wine it, Coco
I like when you get it down so loco
Put it down on the African boy

[Bridge: Ciara & Tekno]
Ah yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah
Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah
Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah
Say yeah you freaky, you freaky
You freaky, you freaky

[Chorus: Ciara]
I’ll be the freak, be the freak, be the freak
Be the freak that you need
No, no I won’t tell nobody, I won’t tell nobody
How you freak my body
I’ll be the freak, be the freak, be the freak
Be the freak that you need
No, no I won’t tell nobody, I won’t tell nobody
How you freak my body

[Post-Chorus: Ciara]
Freaky, freaky
How you freak me
Freaky, freaky
How you freak me

Music: Sossick ft. Dice Ailes X CDQ X Ice Prince X Oshine – Working

August 12, 2018 0
Music: Sossick ft. Dice Ailes X CDQ X Ice Prince X Oshine – Working

GIST:“Love Yourself, I still have to remind myself how beautiful I am” – Tiwa Savage

August 12, 2018 0
GIST:“Love Yourself, I still have to remind myself how beautiful I am” – Tiwa Savage

Tiwa Savage has revealed that it hasn’t been so easy accepting her skin colour and she still has to remind herself sometimes that she is beautiful; and God doesn’t make mistakes.
The singer and mother of one took to her Instagram to post a picture of her herself and captioned it with #loveyourself.

She wrote:

It has taken me a long time to love my brown skin and sometimes I still have to remind myself how beautiful I am because God doesn’t make mistakes 🙏🏼 #loveyourself
Meanwhile, Tiwa Savage is reportedly enraged after Tekno and Ciara allegedly ripped off a song on her 2015 album RED titled, ‘Before Nko.’
American R&B diva, Ciara recently released a collaboration with the MMMG signed Tekno titled ‘Freak Me’ – upon the release of the song, a large number of fans were quick to point out the striking similarities between the new song and Tiwa Savage’s track.
Tiwa Savage who apparently got wind of the reports is vehemently angry about the situation.
Thenet.ng reports that they can exclusively confirm that neither Tekno nor Ciara obtained clearance or permission from Tiwa Savage before infringing on her copyright.
Meanwhile, Ciara had excitedly shared the artwork for the single, while Tekno refrained from doing so.

The reason behind his silence is said to be not be far fetched as an unnamed member of Tiwa Savage’s camp revealed that Tekno is someone Tiwa Savage considered a friendly colleague; not in the least because they both are Pepsi ambassadors and know each other well.
The source said;
“We were surprised that they went that route. They didn’t even just sample some strings, the beat and lyrics of the hook are basically the same. Tiwa is extremely upset because it seems like a rip off of her sweat.”
“They didn’t ask or inform us before the song was made. As a matter of fact, we reached out to them when we heard the song but they didn’t do us the courtesy of even responding.
This is not how to do things. Tekno himself is not sharing links to the song as much as his boss Ubi is. This is wrong.”
“It may not have been in Ciara’s place to know that the song belonged to someone else but the onus was on Tekno as the featured act and producer (who we believe gave the song to her anyway) to inform her.”
Although Tiwa Savage (along with Don Jazzy, his brother DPrince) was listed as one of the composers on streaming sites such as TIDAL, she believes that does not suffice as ‘permission’.

GIST:“God is responsible for all the evil in the world” – Femi Aribisala

August 12, 2018 0
GIST:“God is responsible for all the evil in the world” – Femi Aribisala

Femi Aribisala
Top Nigerian columnist, Femi Aribisala, has shared that God is responsible for all the evil that’s happening in the world – according to him, the devil is merely the servant of God.
In a new article he just released, he wrote:
“As a Christian, life becomes a lot easier once we take God at his word. Nevertheless, many find it difficult to do so. One area of great difficulty concerns the origin of evil.
Christians find it difficult to believe the God who is love is behind all the evil we see in this world? We would rather be diplomatic and attribute it all to the devil. However, the devil is merely the servant of God.
God says categorically he is the author of evil: “I form the light and create darkness, I make peace and create evil; I, the Lord, do all these things.” (Isaiah 45:7).
Amos echoes this: “If there is calamity in a city, will not the Lord have done it? (Amos 3:6). Nothing good or bad happens outside of the will of God. The devil initiates nothing.
He only does what God permits. (Job 1:6-12). “Who can speak and have it happen if the Lord has not decreed it? Is it not from the mouth of the Most High that both calamities and good things come? (Lamentations 3:37-38).
Thus, Job asks his wife: “Shall we indeed accept good from God, and shall we not accept adversity?” (Job 2:10).
Indeed, God takes issues with those inclined to limit him to one-dimension: “It shall come to pass at that time that I will search Jerusalem with lamps, and punish the men who are settled in complacency, who say in their heart, ‘The LORD will not do good, nor will he do evil.’” (Zephaniah 1:12).“

GIST:Kanye West reveals he would ‘smash’ his wife, Kim Kardashian’s sisters in new song

August 12, 2018 0
GIST:Kanye West reveals he would ‘smash’ his wife, Kim Kardashian’s sisters in new song

A while after revealing that he loves porn, rapper and father of three, Kanye West released a new track title “XTCY” late Friday night, where he reveals he has thoughts of hooking up with his wife, Kim Kardashian’s sisters.


He raps,
“You got sick thoughts? I got more of ’em. You got a sister-in-law you would smash? I got four of them.
Damn, those is your sisters. You did something unholy to them pictures. Damn, you need to be locked up. Nah, we need a bigger hot tub.”

Ironically, the cover art for “XTCY” is a cropped picture of the Kardashian and Jenner sisters at Kylie’s 21st birthday party on Thursday.

GIST:Olamide shades NBC as he releases new song, titled PUNA

August 12, 2018 0
GIST:Olamide shades NBC as he releases new song, titled PUNA
Nigerian rapper, Olamide has released a new song, titled, “Puna” and in a bid to promote the new track, he took to his IG page to share a quite erotic video of a lady supposedly twerking to just released song.
Upon seeing the video and its explicit content, coupled with the lyrics of the song, a fan pointed out to the artiste that the song might just get banned from the National Broadcasting Commission.
Olamide shades NBC
In response to the fan’s comment, the rapper subtly shaded the cooperation as he says he’s unbothered whether or not, they ban his yet to be released song cause he’s already on their blacklist.
See below,
Olamide shades NBC

DOWNLOAD OLAMIDE’S NEW SONG HERE – TITLED PUNA.