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New record label Crystal Empire Music and Records Worldwide unveiled

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Crystal Empire Music and Records (CEMR) is set to take over the music industry and brings international standard into record label running in Nigeria with its new well equipped music studio and record label company.
The record label and its music studio are set to revolutionize the music industry across the globe, and the world can only wait to see how it will play out.
The rise in the number of talents in Nigeria and the need to do things right in the music industry gives birth to Crystal Empire Music and Records Worldwide. The new label is ready to not just change the face of the music industry but also contribute to the success recorded in the industry so far.
The CEO of Crystal Empire Music and Records Worldwide, Godwill Osazee who is also a fashion guru, said of his label: “It’s a thing of joy to unveil this record label and music company and I’m glad that my dream for the music industry is taking shape. African music industry has witnessed rapid growth in the last couple of years with several African artistes making headlines internationally. They have also made it to the top of music charts across the globe while also featuring on songs with international acts.”
He added further that: “While big African music talents seem to be taking over the music industry, not so much has been done to help the young, talented and upcoming music acts. This is where Crystal Empire Music and Records comes in particularly helpful with the unveiling of the record label and it will be signing young, talented and upcoming music acts.”
Co-founder of the label, Osabueku Obazee Jnr, a renowned business man and entrepreneur disclosed: “We are a brand that intends to take over the industry with loads of good vibes and music coming out of our label and sell out globally. We are currently making arrangements for the unveiling of our first act that is set to change the face of music via his talent and beautiful works.”
Crystal Empire Music and Records consists of a team of highly experienced and vast individuals that are ready to run with the vision of the company to discover, promote, market and manage talents across Nigeria and beyond as well as making good music that will cut across all age groups and travel beyond the shores of Nigeria.

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Ykee Benda clarifies on why he could not perform at World Cup finals

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When musician Ykee Benda featured Jason Derulo on the World Cup song, “Colours”, word started going round that he would perform at the World Cup closing ceremony. However, as d-day drew closer, it certainly became apparent that he was not on the line up of performing artistes.

Although he watched the World Cup final live in Russia, he has not escaped criticism and mockery from a section of the public. He has now finally come out to clarify on what happened. “I did not perform at the World Cup closing ceremony because of contractual limitations. I was invited by Coca-Cola, but the World Cup is organised by FIFA who had their own plans.”

“But even when I did not perform at the finals, it was still a win for Uganda because I raised the Ugandan flag high. It was also a dream come true for me to watch the World Cup finals live because I am a big football fan.”

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Ykee Benda spends over Ugx 50 million on new video

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Musician Ykee Benda has set the bar high. This after he premiered a new video that he says cost in excess of Ugx 50 million.

Titled “Onabaayo”, the video was officially released at a premiere event held at Fame lounge on Friday afternoon. Speaking at the event, he revealed that the new video was shot in South Africa by Nigerian video director Sesan which cost him US$ 15,000(which is approximately Ugx 52 million).

“I am excited to be unveiling my new video,” he said. “I wanted to give my fans something different. And because most of the beautiful locations around town have all been used before, I decided to shoot my new video in South Africa.”

“I shot this video in Johannesburg and it cost me US$ 15,000. I believe it will give me a competitive edge over other top musicians on the continent.” He added.

“Onabaayo” is a dancehall song, and its off his debut album, “Kireka Boy”. The audio was produced by Nessim.

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Wema Sepetu found guilty of drug use and possession

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Diamond Platinumz ex-girlfriend Wema Sepetu has been found guilty of drug possession by the Kisutu Resident Magistrates court in Dar es Salaam
The former Miss Tanzania beauty queen was on Friday July 20, sentenced to one year in jail or pay a fine of TShs.2M after having been found guilty of the two crimes.
However, the court set free her employees Angelina Msigwa and Matrida Abas, who were found innocent.
Wema Sepetu was arrested in 2017 following a crackdown by the Tanzanian government on celebrities abusing drugs. The crackdown also led to the arrest of singers like Diamond Platinumz, Vanessa Mdee, TID, among others.

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