Thursday, 18 April 2013

Sarkodie’s “Sark Collection” Shop Opens Soon In Dzorwulu

B.E.T. award winner Sarkodie is leaving no stone unturned in pushing his “Sark Collection” clothing line and other accessories up in order to meet the enormous appeal it has won both locally and internationally.
With plans to soon commercialize the collection, Sarkodie and his team have acquired a plush shop in Dzorwulu where all the items under the ‘Sark‘ umbrella would be kept for sale.
The shop opens on the day of the launch of the rapper’s clothing line which consolidates his other intentions which includes starting a foundation.
The “Sark Collection” is inspired by Sarkodie and design by Yas. Caps, Belts, Wristbands, Footwear and Bags, all with some exotic touch are some of the accessories the “Sark Collection” features.
 Check out the interior
Sarkodie shop

The Author: Jonas Nyabor is a student, blogger and youth activist. Follow him on twitter @jnyabor

["I will back my daughter and sell tomatoes" - Omawumi is refreshingly honest on Rubbin' Minds (WATCH)

"I will back my daughter and sell tomatoes" - Omawumi is refreshingly honest on Rubbin' Minds (WATCH)

It was a delightful session with pop star, Omawumi Megbele in the last episode of Rubbin' Minds, as host Ebuka Obi-Uchendu tackled her on issues regarding her personal life, career, motherhood, upcoming concert and other hot topics.

Megbele spoke about her upcoming concert, ‘Lasso of Truth’, which she said will be a mixture of fun, variety of emotions and soulful performances. Not leaving behind what she referred to as the most important thing in her life, her daughter, Omawumi stated that no matter what becomes of her career, she will always make a way for her daughter.

Obi-Uchendu steps up talk-TV with this one. Watch the video below:

MUSIC -- Fine girls ft Sound Sultan

JAHBORNE is on a journey to fulfilment in 2013 and has vowed  not to relent. Here is his duet with SOUND SULTAN off his MONKEY BUSINESS album which is still selling in music stores all over the world. The message is simply directed to all the beautiful and fine girls all around the world.....
A wonderful track.... Be a Judge, Listen!!HULKSHARE -

Connect - @jahborne @soundsultan


South Africa just got listed in the World Tour diary of Nigeria's leading faith-based singing group, earning the quartet a new level of recognition and respect.

With a vision to tear down the walls of religion through music, Midnight Crew is surely putting the praise of God on the lips of all.

Performing songs from their four albums since the inception of the group, Midnight Crew proved racism and tribalism wrong as mixed nationalities of the South African nation sang along in admiration.

Their all time classic,"IGWE" caused a strange godly fire through the land, unifying South Africa in praise to the creator of mankind. Songs like Kene Jesu, All Power, Turn it Over, so good, so Worthy and Next Fuji Thing from their albums including the latest "KING OF NATIONS" kept thousands of people responding to the joy that radiated from the several ministrations.

Six weeks, fifteen appearances and a hectic media tour in South Africa causes one to envisage brighter future for the amazing quartet.

Beautiful place, interesting people and with fantastic facilities to desire, South Africa will host Midnight Crew's fifteenth year anniversary in a world class live recording concert come 2016.


Afro hiphop crooner known as Martins Afolawe known AKA Martyn’X has a
new song called Seduction and its banging . the melodious tone of this
song make one wanna hit the replay button ..because the way he
delivers his rhymes, lyrical punchlines and it gives listeners
encouragements Martyn’X is also a student of Olabisi Onabanjo
University studying Economics. The song was poduced by sumphonia
Follow him @Finest_Martynx


ROMANCE BREWING: What’s going on between Beat FM’s Gbemi and P.R.E???

In this funny little video, P.R.E (Twisted Mind Records) who is the artist behind hits like “Tatashe”, “Bad Oh”, which featured Phenom, and most recently “Take It Up”, featuring 2Face Idibia, sits down for a catch up with OAP Gbemi of The Beat FM.
This makes for an interesting watch, as they joke around and talk about his music career, his passion for fishing, and his current and future projects. 
Directed by Noble Igwe and produced by Yomi Black, P.R.E’s shows us why he is indeed Pretty, Rude and Entertaining!

TRACE Urban treats you to an uninterrupted hour of Nneka's best music videos this weekend.

                      Nneka is a Nigerian-German hip-hop soul artist. 
                 Nneka first appeared on the music scene in 2003, when she performed as a 
              supporting act for a couple of big-time artists, namely Sean Paul and Lenny Kravitz. She has                          also collaborated with Damian Marley and Nas. 

            Focus treats you to an uninterrupted hour of Nneka's best music videos.

          Tune in this Saturday 13 April 2013 at 12pm (WAT) and re-runs on Sunday 14th April at 9am (WAT) only on         TRACE Urban (DStv channel 325).

Naija EU Artist of the Year is D-Large.

Naija NEU Awards 2013 took place in Madrid, Spain days ago with Artistes from several African countries based in Europe converging to celebrate the best of Africa music. The NEY Awards is supported by the coalition of Nigerian DJs in Europe an one of the highlights of the Night was the emerging star, D-Large's win. The rising Hip-hop artiste and label honcho won the category for best Hip hop artiste of the year. Other winners are DJ Untee and Precious Omoregbe for Best DJ and Best Model of the year respectively.

During the course of the year, D-Large has teamed up with best and emerging Nigerian stars from Durella, YQ, Konga to Sarkodie.

D-Large's hardwork is definitely paying off, The artiste is readying the release of his collaboration with Ghanaian frontline rapper, Sarkodie - it would be released in a matter of weeks.


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[Good Times ( With Bad Girls)( Prod by PrinceBoom) - Younikk ft Revz & JoulesDaKid (2013)]

You-Nikk is just 19 years old and seems to be a very talented singer and entertainer. With Younikk‘s ’90s rap flow, he oozes a special kind of cool vibe which may take over the Nigeria music Industry soonest. He features REVZ and JoulesDaKid on a song produced by the MoonVibe in-house producer Benny Boom titled GOOD TIMES. Mixed and Mastered by ILLWILL (@ILLWILLBEATS)  at the Hybreed Studios, Gbagada
From their unreleased tracks they seem to be ready to take the music scene by storm in in the nearest future and i guess it is safe to say NA BEN DO AM. 


@JoulesDaKid @Revz_MV

 PRODUCED BY @PrinceBoom_MV, MIXED & MASTERED by @illwillbeats

Fuji Invasion; Dhoraah Comes Through With 2 Singles

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The Fuji musical genre has been around for long and over the years we've seen a couple of Nigerian artistes infusing this Fuji genre with the Afro-Pop sound on the Nigerian music scene. The latest artiste to vent into this mixed genre happens to be Dhoraah [real name - Ojo Abiodun Olorutunbi], a talented music act who has built a good sync of the Fuji genre with the Afro-Pop tune. His lyrics are pretty much proverbial; the 3rd year undergraduate of the Kogi state university is currently with the CFMG crew and previously featured on StreetMic tha Virus's "Shishe" track, with good delivery on the song as well. Set to thrill with more songs soon, he comes through with the Jedi-produced "Funky Fuji" and the Mekoyo-produced "Jo'Gede" track. Listen up and share your thoughts. | ENJOY!!!

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Nodough2Modough entertainment Pty (Ltd) a company with deep roots in
South Africa which recently stormed Nigeria with Music and ANKIT
brands of Headphones and earpiece is here with an empowerment program
for Nigerian Youths.
Nodough2Modough the manufacturers and distributor of ANKIT brands of
Headphones and earpiece have come up with a plan to empower Nigerian
youths by being sales and campus representatives for the ANKIT brands
of the headphones and earpiece.
These brands of merchandise are of superior quality and come in
several colours and designs.
A couple advantages of being a sales or campus representative include
the fact that you not only join a worldwide team of soldiers with the
aim and objective of uniting Africa, but you also stand to be
self-employed and also make good profit from the sale of these brands.
The CEO of the company Craig Robin Gerard Geswindt who has the core
objectives of youths empowerment and the unity of Africa would be
making a visit to Nigeria soon to meet with youths as this is just a
tip of the iceberg from his company Nodough2Modough.
To become a sales or campus representative, contact wale Applause on
08077991833,, @waleapplaus01 on
twitter, 26B571FF

Ketchup and Dj StiphBami - Show Me Yur Rozay

Show Me Yur Rozay is the jam that is already taking over both the clubs and radio airwaves. Its a posh tune by ketchup with a good video that promises to go places.
Here is a mild mashup by the wildest Dj Stiphbami keeping it HipHop.


MUSIC: Mr Blend drops another single FISSI

Sequel to his two singles Oh My God ft. Seriki and Ibadi Aran, Mr
Blend graces our ears with a jam strictly for the dance floors and the
streets. This is indeed a jam. Kudos to Jaypizzle for this beat and it
was well attacked by the man himself Mr. Blend. Download and enjoy.
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Tolu a.k.a G Cleff is indeed a bundle of talents, he drops his official single which is off the hook. on this song, he appreciates all the ladies in the world, tells them how much they mean to him. This is indeed an impressive one.
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 It is said and true that Great Music lives forever. Nothing better can describe the amazing combination of the Anointed Vegetable Minister, NATURE BROWN singing the 1st verse; the very artistic Nigerian Boy and 'Nigerian Girl' crooner, DAWN DEW on the 2nd verse; and the Gaga Crazy exponent, CHUDDY K, lacing the 3rd verse. With these 3 wonderful Nigerian artistes singing great lyrics and with such electric vocal dexterity, the ever green music, 'MUMU BUTTON' is born.
'MUMU BUTTON' or 'MUMU B' as the fans will call it is a guaranteed hit song produced, mixed and mastered by DMM (Digital Magic Music) and has a groovy 'crunkish popish' tune embellished with catchy hook lines that makes you swing and dance to it anytime it's played. It revolves around the 'Zombie' mode that love puts us into every time we feel that strong thing for someone, which makes us want to do anything; drink cement, become the next Bill Gates, or simply just shine that pair of shoes.
So anytime you feel like you are a remote control in the hands of your remote controller you just might want to flip this song on to feel better or make that person get the message, "Nne send me to the 'Left'. Nne send me to the 'Right'. Nne 'Fast forward' me, send me anywhere I go go for you, cos you dey on my MUMU BUTTON!". You Surely Will Enjoy This..
FOLLOW @dawndewmusic @naturebrown2020 @itschuddyk 

Kim Kardashian admit she has spent more time away from Kanye West than with him

100912kardashianwest1Pregnant narcissist Kim Kardashian was forced to admit she spends more time away from Kanye West than with him, Radar Online reports.
West, 35, fled the country to avoid the wall-to-wall coverage that Kardashian’s pregnancy attracted. Friends say he has no plans to return. Kim got what she wanted. She is not interested in moving to France to be with her sperm donor. She admitted that much during taped deposition testimony in preparation for her upcoming divorce from NBA star Kris Humphries.
“Kim was forced to admit during her deposition that she has spent more time away from Kanye than with him,” a source tells Radar exclusively.
“She blamed their hectic schedules, but it was obvious that it pained her a great deal. Kim is pregnant with his baby, and Kanye is missing all of her prenatal doctors appointments, because he is halfway around the world in Paris.
Kim has the media attention she craves. She couldn't care less about her sperm donor. And, apparently, the feeling is mutual.
“Kanye is loving Paris and is having a great time there working on his album. He’d like to move there,” an insider said.
Kim and Humphries will still be legally married when the infant is delivered in July. The court date for their divorce trial is May 6.

NEW MUSIC: JAYCII - BADMAN (Prod. by Sage Kwality)

Anthony Babajide Cole, better known as his stage name JAYCII (sometimes stylized as J.C), is a Nigerian multi talented artiste, producer. He is well known for being Festac No.1 Rap King by winning 7 consecutive rap battles; LRM 1&2, King of Rap.

Jaycii started his music career at the age of 13. Mostly inspired by late rapper Christopher Wallace (Biggie), as well other artists such as Canibus, Jay-Z, Nas, and Eminem, from were he developed a love for telling stories in his lyrics.

At age 15, Jaycii had notebooks filled with rhymes but no beats of his own to record them with so he hooked up with his friends in the hood and formed a rap group called "Da fugitivez".

Signed to Black Water Records, Jaycii officially drops his first hit single, 'BADMAN'. Jaycii is based in Lagos, Nigeria. He reside in Festac, Lagos-Nigeria, where he recorded the track produced by Sage Kwality.


Follow Jaycii on Twitter: @jaycole77

WHO Karen Igho vs Moet Abebe ROCKED IT BETTER

NEW VIDEO: Sna-Z - Kolobi (Dir. by Clarence Peters)

The Kandibar Records' fast rising artist, SNA-Z releases his second video for the catchy single - Kolobi. 'Kolobi' is the follow up to 'Jo Dada' released in 2012. The TY Mix-produced 'Kolobi' was released earlier in the year and grown to become a favourite with fans. The song is the first part of a love story. The second part comes your way shortly (taking a cue from Nollywood )

SNA-Z a Nigerian rapper, singer and entertainment entrepreneur with strong, spontaneous delivery on the microphone was born in Lagos State and hails from Delta State, Nigeria. 
As a result of his Dad's love for good music, SNA-Z grew up listening to legendary artists like Kenny Rogers, Billie Ocean, Marvin Gay, Barry White, Midnight Stars, Lionel Richie, Micheal Jackson, Bob Marley and our very own Fela Kuti.
He started writing R&B songs and poetry way back in Secondary School before delving into Rap music and was influenced by acts like Dre, Nas, Common, Canibus, Lauryn Hill, Donell Jones, D' Angelo, Maxwell, Joe, Luther Vandross, Brain Mcknight and a host of others.
Dumebi as he's popularly known, has worked with various acts in and outside the country and has also proven his versatility in the entertainment industry as a whole.
Here is the funny, colourful video shot by Clarence Peters.

Be sure to add Kandibar's new or hit him on @KandibarSNAZ

PHOTO: Top 10 Nollywood’s Cutest Kids of 2013

Take a good look at the PICTURE and see the kids for yourself and tell us the one you like most.
1. Mercy Johnson’s daughter: Her name is Purity and she is barely a year old.
2. Ufuoma Ejenobor’s son: he cute son of actress, Ufuoma Ejenobor and her husband poses. Ufuoma is married to a white man.
3. Laide Bakare’s daughter: Simisola is the cute daughter of actress Laide Bakare and she’s very bold.
4. Omoni Oboli’s boys: The pretty Nollywood actress, Omoni Oboli poses with her sons. Smashing!
5. Omotola Jalade’s son: Yeah. What a cute pair.
6. Annie Idibia’s daughter: Isabella is the royal cuteness that was born the legendary Tuface Idibia and his newly-wedded wife Annie Macaulay-Idibia.
7.Ramsey Noah’s son: He is a boy. You could mistake him for a girl. Why is he so cute? Ask the actor that’s carrying him.
8. Mike Ezuruonye’s son: These boy is cute. Shouldn't be much surprise his father is cute too. Very cute boy.
9. Funlola Aofiyebi’s son: Xavier is the cute son of Funlola Aofiyebi-Raimi. He poses with his mum in the May 2012 issue of the Magazine, so he is a year-older and cuter than he was in this picture.
10. Monalisa Chinda’s daughter: We've watched Tamar-Lily evolve through the years and we can indeed state that cuteness is just written all over her.
BUT GUYS, Whose kid(s) do you fancy most? Let us hear from you.


The recently signed Kay Money Entertainment artist Tekno is dropping his official début single featuring Davido and produced by GospelOnDeBeatz. Titled, Holiday, Tekno’s debut single builds up on his previous works including such songs as the comical, Mess; his rendition of Ice Prince’s smash, Oleku titled Onyenekwu and not to mention his hook-stealing chorus on White Nigerian’s Dirty Wine which has been tearing up the clubs.

Add to that his already impressive resume of being featured on songs by the likes of Iyanya (Ekaette) and KaySwitch (Rakaka), Tekno has already built a steady reputation for himself. All is set for his official debut and it’s a holiday, folks.

Download Holiday ft. Davido (prod. By GospelOnDeBeatz)


Vogue Germany
Issue: May 2013
Model: Kati Nescher wearing Jean Paul Gaultier
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“My Eyes Are Very Controversial” – Sexy Nollywood Actress

Omoni Oboli
One of the most stylish women in Nollywood, Omoni Oboli, ever so radiant and award-winning actress in an interview speaks about herself and career.
What prompted you into becoming an actress?
Shortly after I got married, I travelled to the United Kingdom, where we spent three years. I started acting during my first year in the university but then, I had to let it go in my second year because it was clashing with my academics. I intended to come back to the industry later but I got married soon after school and we travelled out of the country.
It took me about 10 years to eventually come back to the movie industry and of course, coming back was not easy, nobody remembered me from 10 years ago. I had to struggle.
How did you eventually gain recognition?
I did a couple of movies for Emem Isong, worked with Lancelot Imasuen and then for Kunle Afolayan on the ‘Figurine’ and so many other movies.
How do you separate yourself from the characters you play in movies?
If I don’t, then, there would be serious personality disorders. I have to play different characters all the time. Sometimes, some characters I interpret in movies could have some of one’s real life traits but there is no way the characters can be totally like you. It is definitely not all the time that actors get characters that mirror their real personalities.
As actors, we study people. I do that a lot; I study people wherever I go because one day, I may be asked to play a character that is just like some of the people I am studying. I also do a lot of research.
What did you study in school?
French. I know it is nothing close to acting but I have always loved acting right from when I was a little girl.
You met your husband in Nigeria?
At the university?
No. He graduated before I even gained admission. We actually met on a movie set. His uncle is Obi Osotule and he had come to the set with him. We met, we just talked and I did not see him again until four years later during my final year in the university.
How would you describe yourself?
I like to think of myself as a home girl. I like the quiet life and love to be at home with my family. I love to cook and bake. I love my kids and I love to be around them. I miss them whenever I am out. I am an easy-going person. I love life; I don’t look down on people. I know that every woman is a star in her own right.
The whole celebrity ‘thing’ ends outside my home. When I am at home, I am my husband’s wife and my children’s mother. I have three boys and the oldest is 11years.I started motherhood early. As soon as I graduated, I got married.
How do you react when people, especially your fans, are all over you?
It is nice when you get recognition for what you do. It simply means that you are doing a good job. If you were not, you would not get that sort of recognition at all. So it feels good and I react to people the way I would want to be reacted to. I am very warm, open, friendly and very accommodating to my fans and friends.
I believe that you should treat people the way you would want to be treated. Always have a smile for everybody- it doesn’t take anything from you. There is not much to life for you to be proud and arrogant of. Try not to feel you are everything when you are nothing at the end of the day. The fact that you are on television is what makes people know you. You are just like everyone else. You have the same things, you cry like other people.
What has been your saddest experience in life?
My mother’s death. Life had only just begun for me then and I did not expect her to die at the time.
What turns you off?
I don’t like proud and arrogant people. I just can’t stand them. I just don’t think it is right for anybody to be proud because the Bible says pride goes before a fall. If you are humble, God will exalt you. You don’t need to prove that you are somebody.
What does style mean to you?
For me, style is fresh. It is classic-which means I don’t follow trends. I dress the way I like to dress and I wear what makes me happy. I don’t care what people think. I am not going to spend all the money I have on clothes because I am a celebrity when I have children to take care of.
Is this your real eye colour or you are wearing contact lens?
My eyes have been the most controversial part of my body all my life and I want to keep it that way.
What was your childhood like?
I was raised in the then Delta Steel company staff quarters. Then it was fantastic but now, the company has closed shop. Since I was little girl, I have always held myself in high esteem and I never looked at myself as lower than other people. Maybe because I didn’t have as much as they had, I still looked at myself as where I wanted to be and not at the level where I was. The truth is, my parents were not rich.
I grew up in a broken home and I lived with my mother in Delta State, where I was born. She was a teacher, was not rich but she worked in a company where education was provided. We had very good education and good healthcare. We had club houses and so many other things that privileged people have.
It appeared like we had money but the actual cash was not there. Sometimes, we did not have enough food to eat but things looked well on the outside. Because of the way I held myself with esteem, even the children of the rich wanted to be like me. I did not look at myself as if they were higher than me.
They knew that I was not born abroad like them but they also knew that they could not intimidate me. I did not allow my position at that point to define who I was.
-Punch Nigeria