Saturday, 29 December 2012
Jimi1 real name Emelike Emeka, is a Port Harcourt based Nigerian artiste and producer, though presently not in Nigeria. He started playing the piano at age 5, after finishing from a children’s piano school he was sent to by his mother because of the love and flare he showed for music at a very tender age. She also bought him a drum so he could stop using the tables in the house(lol). He grew up developing his skills and started singing at age 10.From children’s choirs to playing for churches, he never looked back and so he decided to start producing and recording. He worked behind the scenes and underground for many years, but presently is with Victoria Oyiya Records.He debuts with 4 singles:Adaora,T'ishe funmi,Nsobu adi and I'm sorry.Official release date is 25-11-2012.
Photo's of Halima Abubakar,Uti Uwachukwu, and many more model for Charity @ Heritage Orphanage home.
Francis Ozor a.k.a Rady Boi (pkotopko master) is Nigeria's next best upcoming talent. Rady Boi hails from the eastern part of Nigeria, Enugu state (coal city) where he started music and has performed on stage alongside FLAVOUR,WIZBOY, REAL SELF, DON TOM, SLOWDOG.
Rady Boi has created his unique brand with the combination of Igbotic vibes no one can resist, after much anticipation he finally drop his two club banger "NDOLI-NDOLI" produced by E-VIBES, "WAKI WAKI" produced by 1000BEATZ . Download and Enjoy!!!!!
DOWNLOAD LINK "WAKI WAKI"- http://www.hulkshare.com/51hf7b5r7uww
Terpase Kefas a.k.a K-fas hails from Benue state in Nigeria, he started music way back in the year 2005 in Jos (j-town).
K-fas who was formally in the dance crew called " Smooth Criminals" alongside P-SQUARE has made music sweet and easy with his successful collaboration with ICE-PRINCE, OD WOODS(film boys) and finally he brings it hotter than fire on the dance flour with his latest track tittled "ABAPKA (PRECIOUS HEART)" produced by 1000BEATZ and shot in South African by "O'TEGA IDADI". Download and Enjoy!!!!
MUSIC DOWNLOAD LINK- http://www.hulkshare.com/p4990iqq1nnk
VIDEO DOWNLOAD LINK- https://www.box.com/s/vcxiiohcx3zlud76q9yd
Sunday, 23 December 2012
African's finest Psquare covers the front page of twinsplus magazine.duo composed of identical twin brothers Peter and Paul Okoye who are currently topping chart with Alingo video covers the front page of twinsplus magazine issue 2, twinsplus features exclusive interview and insight on psquare, twinsplus is a break from the norm of regular magazine publication ,the only lifestyle magazine in the world the explores the beautiful word of twins and multiple in print , this issue also features faze,iyanya,solidstar and twins from around the world e.t.c
Tuesday, 11 December 2012
One of the Nigerian talented artist, TIWA BANKS aka Tiwantiwa was yesterday brutally assaulted by her landlord's youngest son called Tobi Obadina who is a guy that has assaulted several people in the hood... Tobi Obadina came into Tiwa's apartment at night due to little misunderstanding in the day, broke a bottle on her head then stabbed her, her brother and a neighbor who met him at the scene. He left her in d pool of blood before She was rushed to the hospital by neighbors. Tiwa is on hospital bed now while Tobi Obadina boast around saying he can not be arrested because he's an ex-officer's son.... Can u imagin!!..this guy must be brought to book.
Monday, 10 December 2012
Multi Talented Song writter, Actress, Model and Musical Artist whose name is Maria Rosa Stanley hails from Gambia, MARIA who took music professionally few years was based in the UK where she discovered her musical and Talent and moved down to Nigeria to project her talent.
She is Debuting with a single titled DURO DEMI which was produced by Popito
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Two Australian radio announcers who made a prank call to a British hospital treating Prince William's pregnant wife Kate broke a three-day silence on Monday to speak of their distress at the apparent suicide of the nurse who took their call.
The 2DayFM Sydney-based announcers, Mel Greig and Michael Christian, said the tragedy had left them "shattered, gutted, heartbroken".
Greig and fellow presenter and prank mastermind Christian have been in hiding since nurse Jacintha Saldanha's death and the subsequent social media outrage at their prank.
Greig told Australian television her first thought when told of Saldanha's death was for her family.
"Unfortunately I remember that moment very well, because I haven't stopped thinking about it since it happened," she said, amid tears and her voice quavering with emotion. "I remember my first question was 'was she a mother?'."
"I've wanted to just reach out to them and just give them a big hug and say sorry. I hope they're okay, I really do. I hope they get through this," said a black-clad Greig when asked about mother of two Saldanha's children, left grieving their mother's death with their father Ben Barboza.Saldanha, 46, was found dead in staff accommodation near London's King Edward VII hospital on Friday after putting the hoax call through to a colleague who unwittingly disclosed details of Kate's morning sickness to 2DayFM's presenters.
A recording of the call, broadcast repeatedly by the station, rapidly became an internet hit and was reprinted as a transcript in many newspapers.
But news of Saldanha's death sparked the Internet firestorm, with vitriolic comments towards the DJs on Facebook and Twitter.
Christian said his only wish was that Saldanha's grief-stricken family received proper support.
"I hope that they get the love, the support, the care that they need, you know," said Christian, who like Greig struggled to talk about the tragedy.
Both Greig, 30, and Christian were relatively new to the station, with Greig joining in March and Christian having been in the job only a few days before the prank call after a career in regional radio.Greig said she did not think their prank would work.
"We thought a hundred people before us would've tried it. We thought it was such a silly idea and the accents were terrible and not for a second did we expect to speak to Kate, let alone have a conversation with anyone at the hospital. We wanted to be hung up on," she said.
Christian drew headlines only two weeks before the royal prank call by angering fellow passengers with a harmonica playing stunt aboard pop star Rihanna's private jet.
The 2Day parent company Southern Cross Austereo (SCA) has received more than 1,000 complaints from Australians over the actions of the popular presenters, who have both been taken off air during an broadcasting watchdog investigation.
Shares in SCA fell 5 percent on Monday after two major Australian companies pulled their advertising with the radio station in protest and other advertising was suspended.
The station said it had tried to contact hospital staff five times over the recordings.
"It is absolutely true to say that we actually did attempt to contact those people on multiple occasions," said SCA chief executive Rhys Holleran."No one could have reasonably foreseen what has happened. I can only say the prank call is not unusual around the world," he said.
The fallout from the radio stunt has brought back memories in Britain of the death of William's mother Diana in a Paris car crash in 1997 and threatens to cast a pall over the birth of his and Kate's first child.
Australia's Communications Minister Stephen Conroy sought to deflect calls for more media regulation, telling journalists that a looming investigation by Australia's independent regulator should be allowed to happen without political interference.