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Monday, 2 July 2018

Purffy T - Bolanlé [MP3]

The most anticipated song by Purffy T is finally here, Adelogbe Temitope who is popularly known as Purffy T is out with a new tune called “BolanlĂ©”. 

The talented Afro pop sensation who hails from Ondo State is known for his unique style of music across West Africa.

Purffy T displays his vocal prowess on this all weather tune which  was produced by Beat Maestro P. tons, The song has a catchy hook and it is a song for every Occasion.

Download and Enjoy!

Tuesday, 8 May 2018

[Download MP3] Tobi Praiz – Healer || Prod. By Richtunes

Here comes a beautiful thanksgiving song from talented Gospel vocalist Tobi Praiz titled Healer"
Tobi said, “The song is a Spiritual Worship/Praise Song."
This song travels through the deep cloud of the mind breaking every darkness and shinning the light to the soul, thereby restoring  Joy and peace to your soul
"Healer" is a Song you like to play all day long on repeat.
The Song was Inspired by the Holy spirit, written and Organised By Tobi Praiz and
Produced By Richtunes

Saturday, 14 October 2017

Comedian|MC & Hypeman per excellence MC Prince (@Mr_Hyenana) is a year older Today

Born Adebamiro Adeyanju over three decades ago, Mc Prince came into the comedy industry about 10 years ago and the internet sensation has been on a steady rise after his "Hyenana" answer to the Trivial question asked of him.

Asides comedy, Prince currently doubles as an OAP on 99.3 Nigeria info on the show "Jokes On You". He is also set to host another edition of his ‘Funny Enough’ in June.

Friday, 13 October 2017

Audio/VIdeo: De Magnus - Bad Girl

Audio/VIdeo: De Magnus - Bad Girl Akinkoye akinseye AKA De Magnus came into the music industry a while back but has been absent while trying to perfect his craft, the 22 year old young star is back and better with this new banger he titles 'BAD GIRL' and is ready to drop back to back Hits for his fans all across the globe. Song was produced by Blaise beat, video was directed by KAYZEE MOTA.
Youtube link;
Audio/VIdeo: De Magnus - Bad Girl
Audio/VIdeo: De Magnus - Bad Girl
Audio/VIdeo: De Magnus - Bad Girl

AUDIO: Tobi Praise - Ile (Prod By Rich Tones) [@tobipraise]

 Inspirational gospel singer, 'Tobi Praise' having carved a niche for himself in the gospel music industry with his debut Boo jo ba nro releases this brand new worship song to glorify God for whom He is and what He's set to do. The song is titled "Ile"
Audio and video was produced by Rich Tune, this song will surely activate you by the power of the Holy Spirit into a realm of blessings you never experienced before!
Listen and be blessed!

Friday, 14 April 2017

New Video: Wande Coal feat. DJ Tunez – Iskaba

Black Diamond Entertainment boss and frontliner Wande Coal presents the visuals to his hit single, “Iskaba” featuring DJ Tunez. The video was directed by Sesan.
Hit Play below!

A Healthier Version of ‘Abacha’ Try this Cucumber African Salad Recipe by All Nigerian Recipes on BN Cuisine

Cucumber African Salad is a great way to enjoy Nigerian Abacha or the Classic African Salad if you are on a low carb diet.
With Cucumber African Salad, the classic taste is intact, you will not even notice that the Abacha has been replaced with cucumber!
  • 2 medium cucumbers
  • 2 cups ugba (ukpaka)
  • 2 cooking spoons red palm oil
  • A tiny quantity Powdered Potash (food tenderizer) See video below
  • Half of a smoked mackerel
  • Half of one red onion
  • Salt and habanero pepper (to taste)
  • 1 tablespoon ground crayfish
  • 1 small stock cube (Knorr)
  • 1 teaspoon ground Ehu seeds (Calabash Nutmeg)
  • Garden Egg leaves (alternative spinach)
Watch the video below for the recipe. Enjoy the Cucumber African Salad on it’s own or with any Nigerian staple of your choice.

New Music: Blessyn feat. Tim Godfrey – Eyin Ni Baba

Rox Nation presents Blessyn and Tim Godfrey on this fresh kingdom sound titled “Eyin Ni Baba”, produced by SMJ.
Listen and Download below:

Trinity House hosts 6 Hour Praise! Beejay Sax, Efe Nathan, Funmi Oloyede, Trinity Voices & More LIVE | Saturday, 15th April

Join us at Trinity House tomorrow the 15th of April 2017 for an intense time of worship at our quarterly 6 Hour Praise. It promises to be an exciting time of praise and worship to the Kings of Kings this easter season. Let us praise Him out of the grave.
Join your favorite gospel artistes as they lead us in praises. Featuring Bolaji Sax, Efe Nathan, Funmi Oloyede and Atorise with our very own Trinity Voices.
Time is 9AM till 3PM, Venue is Zion Centre, Water Corporation Drive off Ligali Ayorinde Street, Victoria Island Lagos.
You don’t want to be told, be there! Don’t forget to bring your instruments of praise and your friends and family. God bless you as you come!
Life would be transformed and prayers would be answered.
God inhabits the praises of his people.
Date: 15th April 2017
Time: 9AM
Venue: Zion Centre, Water Corporation Drive off Ligali Ayorinde Street, Victoria Island Lagos

The Official Teaser for “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” is Here! WATCH on BN

“Star Wars” movie franchise has released the official for its latest installment.
The trailer for “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” offered glimpses of characters from the previous film, “The Force Awakens,” including Kylo Ren, Rey, Finn, Poe Dameron and the rolling ball of a droid, BB-8.
The movie opens on December 15, 2017.

Wednesday, 5 April 2017

Kenny blaq kicks off Europe tour

Otolorin peter kehinde popularly known as kenny blaq unargurably the best thing that has happened to the Nigerian comedy industry took to instagram yesterday to announce "IN PICTURES" the commencement of his #KennyBlaqEuropeTour
in his word


Tuesday, 4 April 2017

#BBNaija: Debie-Rise gets a shot at the Head of House title, Bisola now knows TTT is married? + more highlights

There are only four days before the Big Brother Naija reality show draws the curtains.
The theme for this final week is Nostalgia and the five remaining housemates have getting along so well, participating in old tasks, reflecting on their past and talking a lot about everything the future holds starting Sunday.
Because Biggie understands fairness, he gave the housemates who have never won the HoH task a chance to own the Head of House title in turns till the game ends. Current HoH Bisola was required to pick any of Marvis, TBoss and Debie-Rise to have the first go and she walked over to Debie-Rise and crowned her.
HoH Debie-Rise read a task brief that said they each had to graffiti a plain white pair of trousers. Without knowing why, the housemates got on it and when they completed the task, Biggie asked them into the Arena and made them wear the painted trousers for a game. They had to place an iron rod on their foreheads, spin a couple of times, then run to another end, pick a tennis ball and transport it back to the other end in between their thighs, knees or feet. After about three rounds, all the housemates had been disqualified for breaking rules, except Marvis. She was named winner. TBoss later went aside to cry her heart out for losing the game, she blamed herself for doing something stupid that led to a loss. Well, Debie-Rise made several attempts to console her but it hardly worked. Did TBoss have to cry? Wasn’t it just a game? What do you think?
At the Diary Room, Biggie was just as curious as we are. He asked the housemates what life would be like for them outside the Big Brother house, after the show now that they have earned fame. TBoss was concerned about using the BBNaija platform to fly. Recall that few days ago, she was sure she would fail once she got out of the house but we have Bisola to thank for the words of encouragement. We think those words have settled in now because TBoss is filled with new confidence for what the near future holds.
Bisola told Biggie that her child is her biggest inspiration and she would work so hard to ensure the 8-year-old gets the best out of life and doesn’t have to face struggles similar to hers. She’s also determined to focus on building her career.
For Marvis, she’d have to deal with people who will misunderstand her intentions and lifestyle. She claims to choose her friends carefully and would have a hard time “geling” with everyone who flocks around her now that she’s about to step into fame.
Efe said he was set to take on the life without going back. No going back to poverty or mediocrity. He acknowledged Davido’s advice from yesterday.
Debie-Rise seemed most confident about what the future holds for her and she’s trusting that her faith will guide her.
Later on in the night, the housemates returned from the arena to meet mannequins wearing some of the outfits/costumes they had worn in the course of the show. Biggie was all about helping the housemates remember and it worked. They all started to talk about evicted housemates, they reminisced on how some of them got their nicknames, their romantic relationships etc.
Well, this was the point where it seemed Bisola has come to terms with the fact that ThinTallTony may actually be married (as far as she knows). When they joked about who their house lovers would be with now, Bisola said TTT would be “with his girlfriend or wife as the case may be”. Errrr! Reality dawned on Bisola? Or is she only getting her mind prepared for the big reveal?
Whatever the case is, one of the five housemates will be crowned winner this Sunday. You need to vote for your favourite so we don’t end up with the “It was rigged” conversation. The only way your favourite housemate can win this is if you VOTE. Do not just tweet or write about it: VOTE.

[The Music Blog] What do you do when you become the kind of artist that calls out Don Jazzy on live TV? | The Glory of Olamide

What do you do when you become the kind of artist that calls out Don Jazzy on live TV?, when you come from being a street myth to becoming the kind of artist rubbing hands with highly ranked politicians. Or perhaps when you’re sending Lagos into a frantic panic for last-minute tickets to your annual live in concert—because everyone literally wants to see Olamide live in concert! Well, I would say when you command that manner of real support, you can finally lay back and strive for a higher purpose. And this is what Olamide has done with ‘Glory’, in a manner more personal than we have heard but yet very much like how you’d expect Olamide to rhyme his way into god-status.  
In a way-of-things only Olamide would, ‘Glory’ comes almost prepared to raise eyebrows. A clean-cut and concise ‘The Glory Intro’  serves as the perfect message for whisperers who have been quietly hoping the YBNL boss would take a break from his back-to-back yearly album drops. Olamide comes in relaxed and laid back, amongst his first order of business is to quickly remind doubters that “the street only bang with me because nobody else ton’ fun awon temi ni  (gives my people a) platform”
Olamide is from the gritty streets of Bariga and he’s not unaware of his outsider place in a world of paparazzi and flashing lights. But he has gotten to that place all frustrated artists get to before they become truly great; he’s tired of seeking approval for who he his, where he came from and his journey to the top of the game. The reason for this sudden introspective turn for the kingpin of jollof music becomes apparent on ‘Letter To Milli’ and ‘Journey of a Thousand Miles’, where Olamide spits some of his most honest bars. He attempts to talk some sense into his two-year-old son’s head with a noughties hip-hop flow on the former, and reflects on a perilous road of crime not taken, had he not chosen music on the latter. He’s not near-somber enough as he is aggressively telling a story that largely explains why he chose the high mass-market ground over a critical niche one.
As always, Olamide is the artist to turn to for the ultimate squad anthems and ‘Lori Titi Yi’ is an aux chord gem that delivers this with style. Olamide’s generic message of universal hustle and loyalty to friends does not blur its place on the LP’s arrangement as the song leading to mid-album soft points that see Olamide sinking even further into his own mind and how he views the world around him.
Olamide currently stands in the place—only a few have attained—where he can do no wrong. But he has also become jaded by his own larger-than-life success, now his fondest memories are from his thuggin days in the streets, because as he raps on ‘Oluwa Lo Ni Glory’ ‘No matter what we do, they will never respect us’. Still, he’s quick to declare that he would do anything for the ‘mulla’ because, when you’re still being doubted by critics after five popularly received albums, you have a civic responsibility of personally pepping yourself about how great you actually are.
What Olamide does with most of ‘Glory’, is remind us he did not just drop at the top, he wants you to know he braved storms, bled sweat and tears to reach this point. And that in itself is something to celebrate as the coming-of-age of man who rose from backpacking a laptop around internet cafes in Bariga to becoming ‘Symbol of Hope’ for the teeming number of relatives, friends, and well-wishers who have made him their shining light. This picture he paints as the album as the album nears a close, is a brutally frank and deeply flawed perspective of himself. He admits selling his soul to the game to get paid, but he knows such sacrifices have shaped his path to Glory.
‘Glory’ comes just in time, for Olamide to solidify his near-legend status by deciding his next words would be reserved for powerful statements only. At its lowest points, ‘Glory’ is Olamide’s experimentation with less locally commercially viable trap music of the new wave, at its highest points, it’s an attempt by Olamide to stray away from the mechanical mindless Afropop we have all been forced to settle for. Especially when a song like ‘Be Mine’ comes up with succinct alternative afro-wave precision, it becomes too easy to ignore misfires like ‘Underground’ and ‘Omo Wobe Anthem’, where transitions could have been smoother or where the rapper lost the plot completely.
Still, one thing is certain, Olamide’s days of making elaborately colourful music about nothing may be coming to an end and If you have not been paying attention before, ‘Glory’ will do well to stay your perception.

The Music Blog: Wizkid’s Tease Me and that summer I fell in love with my best friend

The artist Wizkid during the MAMA 2016, in Johannesburg, South Africa on October 22nd, 2016
I have followed Wizkid’s music since April feverishly placed one bud of her earphones in my ear with “Tease Me” playing. April was one of my closest friends in high school in part because she sat in front of me through most of senior class but mostly because our mutual love for good music made us go-to(s) for new stuff.
“Tease Me” came in the period of a self-imposed hiatus of Wande Coal—whose classic debut Mushin 2 MoHits, we had both absorbed thread after thread like cotton candy over the past few months—and we were both hungry for a new obsession. Samklef’s mellow piano-based production and Wizkid’s voice licking the melody with ease and just enough auto-tune to hit every note created a refreshing combination our playlists both needed since sound god, Don Jazzy created Wande Coal.
Coincidentally, April would slow whine with me to the same song at a prom after-party a few months later, a prelude to us kissing awkwardly and exchanging long overdue “I love you(s)” in the parking lot later the evening. Of course we didn’t decide there and then to make a brogadaccio song incoherently also about an elusive lover our relationship song. But the nostalgia of the song didn’t hit us both until we chatted over milkshakes for the first time after an uncharismatic break-up five years earlier.
It began with Wizkid’s voice melding with synths and dancehall drums while low piano keys ran along the instrumentation with a pretty twinkle. She’d been alternating between texts and Snapchat vlogs the entire night but our eyes lit at the same time these early moments shuffled into the DJ’s set. She chuckled slightly as Wiz sang “Fine no pimple/ me I love your smile/ and I love your dimple/Simple” showing a pair of adorable cheek dents I used to tease her about. The rest of the evening went by a lot better from there even though the realisation at the end of the night was that we had both significantly outgrown each other.
It’s not impossible to figure the eventual second single off his Superstar debut as a first take freestyle that was too good to be true, but that was not why “Tease Me” became a replay trap or eventual theme song for my first relationship. In fact, odd as it sounds now, “Tease Me” was so potent because it managed to fit into the mind frame of my teen cliche. Like everyone who has ever survived a forbidden but bludgeoning attraction for their closest friend, the mental game of balance has to be the strongest suit.
You have to remember to be a good friend while simultaneously banishing and admonishing thoughts of everything that makes you attracted to the person in question. With April, the feeling had been mutual but it only made things worse since we were both too chicken shit to do anything about it. What should’ve been simple game of balance played out as test of intimacy limits, culminated by emotional manipulation and petty grudges like catty lesbians.
In a very slight but specific way, Wizkid’s Tease Me captures a time when ‘swag’ had a cultural meaning and personality was just a medium to channel the innate ability. A time when every insecurity, including feelings for a girl that cameo’d in my hormonal wet dreams, were funneled through naive pride then masked as anything but. Wizkid’s casual shout-outs to older albeit more successful colleagues on the outro is mostly disjointed from the song’s subject matter, but I heard a man whose self-validation causes him to employ a reverse psychology to no foreseeable end, only merely encouraging her to tease him.
It’s still near-impossible for me to say why this song related with me, but a quote by NewYorker’s Amanda Petrusich comes to mind now and it goes thus: “If you think hard enough about why a song is working on people, its value usually becomes clear”.
The inability of so-called music heads and experts to defend the Nigerian soundscape has led to the casting away of traditional Jollof music as an underbelly genre. But while it is not impossible to be hard-nosed about such arguments, the ultimate litmus test for good music is nostalgia. Nostalgia is reckoning proof that lyrics and composition will always come secondary to the feelings, memories and events attached to discovering a new sound. And perhaps this will form the basis for new conversations I will have about Nigerian music on this blog.

The Film Blog: It looks like Genevieve has a new film coming, and we are kind of excited

Sure, Road To Yesterday opened to mixed reviews in 2015. And even though it went on to win big at the 2016 AMVCA, clinching the Best West African movie trophy, the overall impression is that the movie came and went without much impact.
That may be true to some extent, but we’re still excited for what Genevieve Nnaji is getting up to next. She’s Genevieve, after all.

This new film – which it appears she’s producing through her The Entertainment Network (TEN) outfit, like Road To Yesterday – is called Lionheart. No word yet on what role Genevieve herself will be playing in the film, but the director of the film is CJ Obasi (popularly known as ‘Fiery’.)

The official Instagram account for the film is also littered with scenic shots of beautiful landscapes in Enugu State, where it appears the film is being shot. So, at the very least, we know this will be visually impressive.

Official Photos! Adebola Williams, Mr. Eazi, Claire Sulmers, Saran Kaba Jones & More at the 8th Annual FACE Africa’s WASH Gala for Clean Water

FACE Africa’s mission is to bring clean and safe drinking water to communities in Sub-Saharan Africa and has been in operation in Liberia for the last seven years providing WASH (water, sanitation and hygiene) services to remote, last-mile communities.
Announced at the event, FACE Africa will expand its work to Nigeria this year, where more than 60 million people lack access to clean water and 45,000 Nigerian children under the age of 5, die each year from diarrhea caused by poor sanitation and unsafe water.
During the gala, FACE Africa raised more than $100,000 at the Gala to continue its work in Liberia, where it has succeeded at bringing clean water and community health services to 100,000 people, and to start work in Nigeria.
The gala also brought attention to the beauty and diversity of African culture and celebrates the accomplishments of Africans making a difference in the diaspora.
Broadway star and Gala host, Saycon Sengbloh (Eclipsed), Netflix star, Simone Missick (Marvel’s Luke Cage) and her husband, actor Dorian Missick, Actress Deborah Ayorinde (role in upcoming film, Girl’s Trip and Marvel’s Luke Cage), New Pantene model, Demi Grace, Sundial Brands (SheaMoisture) CEO, Richelieu Dennis, Congolese/NY rapper and Jay-Z protege, Young Paris, Ghanaian/Nigerian rapper, Mr. Eazi, Zhane songstress, Renee Neufville and Fashion journalist, Claire Sulmers are some of the people that were at the gala.
See the photos below.
Photo Credit: Sowalzi Olusola

We can’t get over Pro Wrestler John Cena’s Proposal to longtime Girlfriend Nikki Bella in front of 70,000 Fans

The cutest proposal happened at the WrestleMania  event on Sunday night right after pro wrestling champion, John Cena and his longtime girlfriend, Nikki Bella defeated rivals The Miz and Maryse (who by the way are a married couple) in a tag team match.
Right after their winning smack-down, John got down on one knee and popped the “will you marry me” question in front of thousands of fans. The moment got sealed with a kiss but what got the fans raving was the conversation that ensued between them both
Cena: You were kinda glassy, in and out. At the last moment, can you hear me?
Nikki: Yes
C: I only have one question
N: What is it?
C: Do you know one day I’m going to marry you?
N: Yes
C: I just need you to say yes one more time
The 39-year-old WWE legend then went on to produce an engagement ring box. He continued
I’ve been waiting so long to ask you this. Stephanie Nicole Garcia-Colace, will you marry me?
The shocked Bella answered him with a kiss.
Cena divorced his first wife, Elizabeth Huberdeau, in 2012 after which he started seeing Nikki. He has previously spoken about being reluctant to get married again or have kids.

BN TV: Beauty Vlogger Toni Mitchell of “My Natural Sistas” shares a Quick & Easy Pineapple Updo Hair Tutorial for the Naturalistas

Hello, Naturalistas, this one is for you!
In this video, beauty vlogger; Toni Mitchell of My Natural Sistas youtube channel shares a quick and easy twist to the updo natural hairstyle.
She created braids in the back and a wrapped pineapple feature to the front to create the perfect cute and stylish everyday look.

“I started looking for my property documents to give to my wife” – Julius Agwu opens up about his Brain Tumor Surgeries | Wife & Older Sister also open up in New Interview

2016 was a tough year for ace comedian Julius Agwu after it was discovered that he had three tumors in his brain with one of them the size of a golf ball. Thankfully, with the help of amazing doctors and the support of his family, Julius Agwu had a successful brain surgery.
In a new interview with Inspaya TV, Julius Agwu opens up about the ordeal and how he pulled through. His wife, Ibiere Agwu and his older sister Theresa Agwu are also interviewed.
It was a very emotional time for the family.
Julius Agwu opens up on the fact that he almost committed suicide and was already trying to put things in place for his wife in the worst case scenario of his demise.
Watch the interview below.