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‘We Are Very Sorry For The Wahala’ – Don Jazzy & Olamide

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Olamide and Don Jazzy

Music industry heavyweights, Olamide and Don Jazzy, started the New Year by turning on each other, leaving many in the music industry shocked.

Both artists had collaborated on the song Skelemba, which is included in Olamide’s November 2014 album Street OT, giving the impression that the two were more of friends.

The relationship between both label heads turned sour following a series of events at the 2015 Headies Awards in Lagos after Marvin Record starlet, Reekado Banks, beat Olamide’s protégé, Lil Kesh, to the coveted Next Rated Artist prize.

A visibly irritated Olamide expressed his frustration at the decision when he accompanied another YBNL act, Adekunle Gold, who won the award for Best Alternative Artiste, to receive the award.

“He (Lil Kesh) is our next rated artiste. He had back to back hits throughout the year – Lyrically, Shoki, Gbese and Efejoku,” he said among other things before throwing the mic away and storming off the stage.

The situation took a turn for the worst when Marvin Record boss, Don Jazzy, apparently feeling slighted, told Olamide to come and take the car, which went with the Next Rated award, if he wanted it.

While receiving the special recognition award, Don Jazzy said, “I came out here to support my children. As they were trying to present the award, Reekado Banks was performing at Ali Baba’s show. I have already told my children that I will buy cars for all of them… Egbon Olamide, if you want the car come and collect it.”

The comments enraged the YBNL boss who took to Twitter to insult his Marvin Records counterpart, warning him to stay away from Lagos mainland.

In a series of tweets the YBNL boss accused Don Jazzy of ruining D’Banj’s career and oppressing artistes signed to his record label.

After leading the Marvin Records crew to perform at the One Lagos Fiesta which ushered in 2016 for thousands of Lagosians, it didn’t look like Don Jazzy’s next stop was to catch a beef.

The successful music stars both shared the picture above saying:

“We are very Sorry for the wahala make una no vex oh. It is our responsibility to lead but then again we are only human and we all make mistakes! #WeAreSorryHeadies #WeAreSorryFans #PeaceAndUnity #SMD #YBNL #OneLagos #OneNigeria”.

Source: Naijapicks.com

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Winnie Martins releases Africa gospel anthem “Take Over” visuals

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The Belgium Gospel Singer dropped the audio for her first song of the year, TAKE OVER on April 21st, 2020 just few days before she celebrates her birthday. The singer had said she planned on releasing the single as a taste of what was to come – we assumed her Album – but the time just never seemed right until recently.

The single which was produced by the Nigerian music producer SMJ and mixed and mastered by Limoblaze represents the yearning of the human spirit for God and calling out to Him to take over in the situation that we find ourselves in especially at a time such as this.

Following the release of this high-energy worship single, the Nigeria born Belgium artiste is out with an amazing and colorful visual for the song TAKE OVER directed by industry favorite, Lawrence Omo-Iyare.

Watch it here

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Audio: Rapper Jim Nola MC Abedunego Names Preferred Death Substitutes In ‘Nkwe za Walumbe’

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By BigEyeUg Team; Ugandan rapper Jim Nola MC Adedunego has got a vibe-catching message that would relieve you in such a trying time if you listened to his new song ‘Nkwe za walumbe’.

According to Jim Nola MC, the great inspiration behind this song is drawn from the former deaths in the country that have claimed lives of the most darling personalities while excluding the useless.

Jim Nola MC Abedunego

In the song, the rapper is quoted mentioning some names of the fallen as he pleads to God to return them back to life and instead take the unwanted.

This new song was written by Jim Nola MC himself, produced by IB on the beat and mixed and mastered by Banq Records.

Listen to “Nkwe za Walumbe” here:

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Video: Giovanni Kiyingi drops animated video “Kama Dudu”

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Ugandan multi talented singer, song writer and instrumentalist Giovanni Kremer Kiyingi ha dropped a new song dubbed Kama Dudu.

The skillful instrumentalist’s track is a mid-tempo and uplifting jam where Kiyingi sings sweetly in Swahili and English passing on good vibes of no stress on whatever is happening around the world.

Kama Dudu is a jovial mood song that encourages inity through dance, love, sharing food and water. Kama Dudu is a track under his soon to be released 4 song EP titled ‘Chengi’. To many, he is a new act, yet for those interested in modern folklore, he has been doing music for the last 10 years but he has been mainly a festival and academic artist who has performed at several festivals across the global.

He is widely known for playing local Ugandan instruments like the fiddle (endingidi), akogo, adungu, guitar, harmonica, flute, djembe, calabash, congas, drums, and maracas, among others.

Below is Kama Dudu’s animated humorous visuals that were produced by THOS3THATKNOW whereas the audio was produced by EKA Music. Enjoy the video.


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Jamaican duo Brick and Lace re-unite after 7 years to perform on TAG TV’s jam fest this Sunday

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Talent Africa and  TAG Studios present the TAG TV JAM FEST (Volume 1) showing this Sunday May 31st at 7:30pm on Talent Africa’s YouTube channel and Facebook page. 

This special dancehall infused edition will feature the reunion of Jamaican born musical duo Brick & Lace comprised of sisters Nailah and Nyanda Thorbourne. After massive success from 2006 to 2013 the duo who were signed to Akon’s Konvict Live label toured extensively in Africa, North America, Europe and the Caribbean with their smash hit singles “Love is Wicked”, “Never Never”, “Bad to di Bone” and many more. In 2013 they split to pursue solo careers which have also been equally successful.  For the first time in 7 years the sisters will come together for one of their first performances dedicated to their fans in Uganda & East Africa. 

#TAGJamFest is hosted by the Naselow Da Don and features performances from some of Uganda’s leading dancehall artists like Nutty Neithan, Beenie Gunter, Vampino and Weasel. The show also features the Party Pipo dance crew who plan to help turn up the vibe in your home. The highly activated online event will be available at the following youtube link channel https://www.youtube.com/user/TalentAfrica 


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