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South African media personality, Bonang Matheba, has been confirmed as the new host for the 2016 MTV Africa Music Awards.
Comic act, Trevor Noah, who was earlier announced as this year’s host, had to be dropped due to some health issues.
Noah, released a statement writing:
‘To all my fans and everyone who makes what I do possible. I’ve been fighting a severe upper respiratory and ear infection this week and despite tons of medication the infection has gotten the better of me.
‘Due to the infection and strain on my vocal chords the doctor has ordered me to rest my voice and recover my health. I desperately wish I could dismiss the doctor but the added risk of flying means that decision would be highly irresponsible and may cause further damage. I love the Mama’s and more importantly I love performing in my country. Myself and MTV Africa have been trying to make the Mamas a reality for a few years and I was so excited because this was finally the year where the pieces fell into place and the date was one I could do.
‘I push myself as hard as I can all the time because I appreciate every opportunity I am afforded in life. Unfortunately there comes a day like today when it all catches up and my body cannot do what my mind wishes I could.
‘I’m so sorry if I’ve disappointed you but please know that I love performing more than anything in life and so having to cancel any show, breaks my heart. Sorry isn’t enough of a word to convey how I feel and again to all my fans I will do my utmost to make it up to you.’
The award show is set to take place tomorrow, Saturday, October 22 at the Ticket Pro Dome in Johannesburg, South Africa.


with only 3 Days to go, have you got your tickets to the biggest Afrobeats concert in Houston? The One Africa Music Fest Houston Invasion, brought to you by Upfront & Personal is only 3 Days away and the line up is one you do not want to miss! 
The event will take place at Houston Toyota Center, 1510 Polk St, Houston, Texas. Gates open at 6pm and the show starts at exactly 7 p.m on the 22nd of October 2016! NO AFRICAN TIME
The unforgettable night will be hosted by Africa’s R&B King Banky W.
Come experience amazing live performances from African Legends in the game Tuface, Dbanj, Psquare, J Martins and Flavour,  to the future of Afrobeats;  Olamide, Tekno, Seyi Shay, Skales, Reekado Banks, Kcee, Harry Songs and Vector to Vanessa Mdee from Tanzania, Efya from Ghana, Fally Ipupa from Congo, Mafikizolo from South Africa, Cabosnoop from Angola and many more.
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with only 3 Days to go, have you got your tickets to the biggest Afrobeats concert in Houston? The One Africa Music Fest Houston Invasion, brought to you by Upfront & Personal is only 3 Days away and the line up is one you do not want to miss! 
The event will take place at Houston Toyota Center, 1510 Polk St, Houston, Texas. Gates open at 6pm and the show starts at exactly 7 p.m on the 22nd of October 2016! NO AFRICAN TIME
The unforgettable night will be hosted by Africa’s R&B King Banky W.
Come experience amazing live performances from African Legends in the game Tuface, Dbanj, Psquare, J Martins and Flavour,  to the future of Afrobeats;  Olamide, Tekno, Seyi Shay, Skales, Reekado Banks, Kcee, Harry Songs and Vector to Vanessa Mdee from Tanzania, Efya from Ghana, Fally Ipupa from Congo, Mafikizolo from South Africa, Cabosnoop from Angola and many more.
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Apparently the hype around the Bring Back Our Girls movement is regaining momentum after the buzz around it seemed to have died down for a bit. However, in my opinion, it’s not just the two-hundred-plus girls from Chibok community that are missing, there’s someone else that seems to have gone off the radar completely for some time now.

His name is Panshak Henry Zamani, he was born in Minna, Niger State but moved to the ancient city of Jos, Plateau State at the tender age of two. He’s got brown skin, a bit lanky with a middle-belt accent. He is a hip-hop recording artiste, with a bit of a stint in acting too. He rose to fame after releasing Oleku, one of Nigeria’s most remixed songs of all time. He won the Hennessy Artistry Club Tour in 2009. Some of his accolades include one BET Award, one Ghana Music Award, Headies Awards, Nigerian Entertainment Awards and two Channel O Music Video Awards. He used to be signed to Chocolate City Music under which he dropped his debut album, Everybody Loves Ice Prince in 2011. The album included singles like Oleku, Superstar and Magician. The year 2013 saw this artiste release his sophomore album, Fire of Zamani.

The album had singles like Aboki, I Swear, Gimme Dat and a few other banging singles. Shortly after Audu Maikori stepped down at the helm at Chocolate City Music, Jude ‘MI’ Abaga was announced as the new Chairman of Chocolate City with this artiste as Vice Chairman. Did I mention that he’s also the father of a handsome little boy, Jamal, who he had with a lady who goes by the name Bimbo Babatunde. He’s said to have been romantically involved with female rapper, Eva Alordiah, when he first came to Lagos.

His musical projects include Everybody Loves Ice Prince (2011), Fire of Zamani (2013) and the Trash Can EP which he released in 2015. There were rumours that Panshak Zamani was no longer a part of Chocolate City, the imprint under which he achieved pretty much all of his success. He went on to confirm the rumours in an interview on a popular radio station in Lagos during their midday show. Zamani stated unequivocally that his contract with Chocolate City ended two years ago but remained with the label for purely personal/relationship purposes.

A few months later, he officially went public with his Super Cool Cats label and was said to be on the verge of signing a new act, Jilex Anderson. Zamani went as far as introducing Jilex Anderson to the audience at a show at the University of Benin. Panshak Zamani was also rumoured to be working on launching an urban fashion line as well as his third studio album which he has already titled Jos To The World.

It is at this point that Panshak Zamani went “missing”. Some of his latest singles including No Mind Dem, Feelings, Chike (which features Korede Bello, and sounds like an annoying remix to Olamide’s Abule Sowo) and most recently, Excellency featuring DJ Buckz which he put out a very below par video for (going by his previously-set standards). For an artiste who has been touted by many to be a “Candy Rapper”, I still loved and defended him on every platform I was on. A lot of his music in the past always came off as cheesy and wanting to appeal more to the ladies as well as the fast-tempo-music- lovers.

Obviously he was able to get away with it, but it seems the fans are now wiser. It almost feels like he has failed to reinvent himself or at least up the ante music-wise. A lot of times his flow sounds the same, while at other times, he’s singing people to sleep. For pete’s sake, who is this impostor??!

With the young cats like Ycee, Dremo, Zoro and a few others looking to steal the rap crown from hip-hop household names like Olamide, Phyno and co who are also not slacking as they are also working tirelessly to be in our faces and ears every single time, Panshak is steady falling my hand o! So this doesn’t come off as aimless and useless ranting, ask yourself these pertinent questions:



‘Nothing Can Make Me Leave HKN’ – B-Red

Rapper, B-Red, in a new interview with Punch, has finally weighed in on the rumor surrounding his relationship with label, HKN. The ‘Cucumber‘ crooner, during his interview, made it clear that he was in no fight with his label, stating for a fact that HKN, is in fact family and he has no plans of leaving anytime soon.

I didn’t leave HKN and I am not leaving HKN. I even have the HKN tattooed on my body. My contract is very long. HKN is family and I am not leaving.

Speaking on his alleged beef with DMW new signee, Mayorkun, he debunked rumors that they are at war with each other.

There is no beef between me and Maryokun, we are hitting the studio soon and doing something together




1. Hausa man who removed his shoes to enter a taxi

2. Igbo man who went to the bank with a spanner to open a bank account

3. Yoruba man who went to bed with a ruler just to know how long he slept.

4. Tiv man who watched the news and waved at the newscaster.

5. An Efik nurse who woke up a sleeping patient simply because she forgot to give him sleeping pills.

6. An Igala man who lowered his TV volume because he wanted to read a text message.

7. An Ikwere man who polished his shoes to take a passport photo

8.An Isoko man who climbed a mango tree to check if the mango was ripe enough then came down and started throwing stones at it

9. A fulani man who choose to drink fanta because he thought sprite was unripe.

10. A Gbagyi man who saw something like shit, touched and tasted then said "hmmmm"na shit oo!!! thank God oh say I no march am.

11. An Idoma man who put his radio inside the refrigerator because he wanted to listen to cool fm.....

Please don't laugh alone, share with your loved ones.



‘I Am Not Going To Record A Party Song Just To Make People Happy’ – Niyola

EME record’s first lady, Niyola, has opened up on how she feels about fans music request to her.

The singer, who was interviewed by HipTV, opened up on the many requests she gets from fans to ame a party track and her response to it.

According to Niyola, she is not going to record a party song just to make fans happy. In her words: People will tell, Niyola, you have great voice just give us one party like, there is nothing giving you a party song, I could and I would but only if I feel like i.

Watch video below: “NOT EVERYBODY HAS TO ACCEPT MY MUSIC”- @niyola A video posted by

HipTv (@officialhiptv) on Sep 6, 2016 at 6:42am PDT So guys, what do you think about Niyola’s views on fans request? Let us know in the

comment section.



NEA 2016: See The Full List Of Winners getsocial-loaded The eleventh edition of the Nigerian Entertainment Awards [NEA], took place on Sunday September 4, 2016 at Tribeca Performing Art Center in New York. The event, saw the likes of Kiss Daniel, Olamide, winning big at this year’s edition. See Full List of Winners below: MUSIC CATEGORIES Album of the

Year: Eyan Mayweather (Olamide)

Hottest Single of the Year: Mama (Kiss Daniel)

Best Song: Pick Up (Adekunle Gold)

AfroPop Artist of the Year : Kiss Daniel

Rap Act of the Year: Olamide Best RnB

Artist of the Year: Seyi Shay Dancehall

Artist: Ketchup Best Collabo of the Year: My Woman, My Everything – Patoranking ft Wande Coal Best Live Performance: 2Baba Best Music Video of the Year

(Director): Unlimited LA (Emergency, Dbanj)

Best New Act to Watch: Adekunle Gold

Alternative Artist : Aramide Indigenous

Artist of the Year: Flavour Diaspora

Artist of the Year: Ayojay Gospel Artist of the Year: Frank Edward Most Promising Act to Watch: Mr.

Eazi Music Producer of the Year: Masterkraft African Male Artist of the Year (Non Nigerian): Shatta Wale African Female Artist of the Year (Non Nigerian): Efya



Is “Ojuelegba” Wizkid’s Best Song Yet?

Since his emergence on the scene back in 2010, Wizkid, has released a string of singles which not only topped charts but, hearts as well.

With his music going viral and his fame growing in leaps and bounds, Wizkid, with his songs has powerfully impacted the cultural beliefs of millions.

Brimming in major feats and achievements to include his recent debut on the Billboard’s Hot 100′ for his feature on Drake’s ‘One Dance’ track, his rumored new Sony Music Deal, major features on International songs, alongside the potency his persona brings on songs by home artistes, amongst many others, we asked our readers to pick the biggest Wizkid song, and already, we have the answer. OJUELEGBA Wizkid, flipped the script on this ‘Rag to Riches’ cliched track from his self-titled second studio album ‘Ayo released in 2014, winning millions of hearts with his style and melody.

The song, was produced by Legendary Beatz and written by Wizkid himself. Drenched in blobs of emotions, he conveniently conveyed a deep nostalgic message across to all, vividly telling a story of how he painstakingly struggled to establish a music career, which required him moving from one studio to another in Ojuelegba, also giving credence to his mum, who supported him the best way a mother could, through her prayers.

His heartfelt lyrics on the cross-over appealing afrobeat number, can be felt for years and yes, it most certainly was by not just one top international act in the person of English rapper, Skepta, but also Canadian born American rapper, Drake, both of whom joined forces with Wizkid, to record a remix. Ojuelegba, upon release back in 2014,

topped major charts and won several awards to include; ‘Song of the year’ Headies Award 2015, Song of the year and Best Video Of The Year at African Muzik Magazine Awards, ‘Hottest Single of The Year’ at the 2015 NEA awards, and ‘Best Recording of The Year’ and ‘Song Of The Year’ at Mobo Awards. With this track, Wizkid, solidified his stance in the game, making it known that he was not going to be one of the many fizzy artistes out there with no staying power.

This he has shown with his numerous accolades, features and achievement in just two years after. So get in here guys, do you think Ojuelegba, is Wizkid’s best single yet? Written by: Tope Delano @Tope_Delano



Sony Music act, Davido, is finally set to make a big comeback to the music scene.

The talented singer, since his juicy deal with Sony Music earlier this year, has announced that he will be gifting his fans with not one but two EPs in the month of September.

He made this announcement on his Instagram page, also revealing the title of the album as ‘Son of Mercy.’

SEPTEMBER WE BEGIN THE JOURNEY TO THE ‘SON OF MERCY’ DOUBLE E.P !!! A photo posted by Davido Adeleke (@ davidoofficial) on Aug 24, 2016 at 5:46am PDT In July, following several outcries from fans and critics as well, on his failure to releasing new songs, he tweeted a soothing response to all saying that he was working on the best songs and videos of his life.

So guys, what are your thoughts about his new move on a double EP, is this necessary or should he just drop the sophomore album we have all been promised for four years counting now?


Rave of the moment, Wizkid, is said to be set on signing a global deal with Sony Music International.

The singer, according to a source who spoke with, will announce the deal in a few days as everything has been finalized.

The source said: ‘Wizkid’s new deal with Sony is a done deal, the News should be out couple of days’. The source continued that when the deal is finally official, Wizkid and Davido, will be working in the same building.

‘Wizkid is going to be in the same building as Davido at Sony Music’s New York office’ Davido, was signed to a major deal with the international label, early this year, starting the new year on a good note.

What do u have to say about this ?



YBNL boss, Olamide, unlike his colleagues in the music industry, since hitting the limelight, have strived to ensure his music stays relevant and loved by millions in and out of the country without as much as featuring an international act or be featured in a song.

In a recent interview, the ‘ Who You Epp‘ creator and crooner, made it clear that he will not in his lifetime pay or lobby to have an international act spit on his song.

Olamide, who came into limelight with the release of his debut album, ‘Rapsodi‘ back in 2011, emphasized that he believes in his sound and when the time is right, his music, which has of course remained relevant in and out of the country till date, will appeal to the international crowd He said: I will never pay for an international collaboration, Fela never did any international collaboration neither did he lobby or pay for any international collaboration, and his music went as far as all over the world. He was relevant while alive and even after his death, his music was much sought after, so why would I want to pay for an international collaboration because I want to remain relevant in the music industry The singer, recently released two new singles; ‘Sere and Owo Blow’ which have both gone on to become fan favorites.

So guys, what do you think? Is Olamide right about not needing to pay International acts to remain relevant, or should he tread the same path as some of his colleagues? Lets discuss.


Singer, Flavour, is at the moment on top of the world. The talented singer, has once again snagged yet another juicy endorsement deal and this time its with Weightloss company as the new brand ambassador for FlatTummy Tea.

He announced the news via his Instagram account yesterday, August 21, 2016, writing: SIGNED and SEALED! Brand ambassador…. SIGNED and SEALED! Brand ambassador for cc @ceebenji # FlavourOfAfrica #BrandAmbassador # flattummytea Photo-credit: @ juniordestiny A photo posted by Flavour

N’abania (@ 2niteflavour) on Aug 21, 2016 at 2:34am PDT This new deal is coming barely two months after he was appointed thee brand ambassador for Energy drink,

‘Bullet’. Congrats to Flavour.



SPOTLIGHT! Reekado Banks Reveals Title For His Debut Album getsocial-loaded Nigeria’s Next Rated Act and budding

superstar of the Mavin Records, Reekado Banks has officially revealed to us, the title for his supposed album wey go burst brain.

The musician who is known for his stylish fusion of afro elements in his music, took to his Instagram page to share this info with his fans and the general public.

The album has been titled ‘Spotlight‘ and a video documentary chronicling his road to stardom, which was shot by @ miyakephotography has already been released .

Reekado also divulged previously that his debut album will contain the best of sounds ever heard in the industry the last ten years and even the next years to come.

Now that’s some serious confidence! Watch below. FEELS LIKE YESTERDAY WHEN THIS WAS A DREAM.. THANK YOU ALL. # DearReekaddict #SPOTLIGHT # SPOTLIGHTtheALBUM ?: @ miyakefotography




Jenny: Hello Love! Bella: Hello babe, how are you today? Jenny: I'm fine dear, I've missed you a lot.

Bella: And me too Jenny: I am calling just to inform you that I will pay you a visit this afternoon.

Bella: Ok my dear; it will be a great pleasure to have you... I will be expecting you sweet.

. AFTER DROPPING THE CALL: Jenny: I'm going to visit that dirty girl again.

Bella: This witch is coming here again, she thinks I will buy her drinks with my money again, she must be joking. .


Idris: Madman I position! How that your drunk old man?

Derick: hahaha! Him dey... What of your imbecile brother?

Idris: hahahaha! Fool everybody dey... You dey house? I dey come charge phone for your house.

Derick: Ok! No wahala, bring money come make we drink beer.

Idris: Idiot like you. Later now! . AFTER DROPPING THE CALL:

Derick: That buka can be funny at times but always a great companion anytime.

Idris: Togo is just a reliable friend. .

LESSON: Girls are always nice to each other, but they never like themselves... . Boys are always mean and rude, but they will always have each other's back. . True or false...



Five Star Rapper “X-Busta” Is The Best Freestyle Rapper In Africa – Confirmed By M.I (Photos) In 2012 Xbusta and MI shared a stage where Xbusta wowed him with his fire freestyle. The picture below defines MI’s reaction.



Akpos was searching for work, so one day he found a work but the work requires somebody who travels round the world. The following conversations ensured between him and the interviewer.

Interviewer: hope you have traveled to many countries? Akpos: yes sir. Interviewer: have you traveled to china? Akpos: yes that was the place I met my wife, I lived there for 2years. Interviewer: wow, what about Usa? Akpos: that was where I got admission, I studied there for 4years. Interviewer: thats nice, have you been to germany also? Akpos: hahahahaha, that was where my wife delivered my first son junior, so I lived there for two and half years. Interviewer: wow you are wonderful, that means you will be good in geography? Akpos: yes oo, geography is where I started life, I lived there for 5years. The Interviewer fainted. Lolzzz one word for akpos?


An Igbo man who makes caskets was going to deliver one of his coffins when his car broke down.

Trying not to be late,he put the coffin on his head and began heading to his destination. 9ja police with their wahala saw him and expect money from him, so they challenged him.

"come! Where you dey carry that thing go?". Trust Igbo man,na him replied, "I no like the place where them bury me so I dey try relocate", : Omo! See as olopa tear race... Hahahahahahahah ...


Singer, Patoranking, has finally revealed the reason behind the delay of his debut album.

According to the singer, this was due to some doubts he had about himself and his sound. At a Press conference organized by his PR team, the ‘Girlie Oh’ crooner, opened up for the first time about the making of his debut, creative process and the guiding influence tapped into. Patoranking, also revealed that after the release of ‘Girlie Oh’, back in 2015, he already an a finished album but decided against dropping it due to some doubt he had. One of the reasons why the album was delayed was: we could have dropped an album after ‘Girlie Oh’, but I just felt that I needed the acquaintance, that I wasn’t acquainted to the people. I felt that I wasn’t felt all over the country. Down South, down North, they didn’t know me.

I needed to get closer to the people, and that was why I had to delay the album for a while, and we kept up dropping singles.” He admitted. On the vision for his album: I want a four year old to be able to sing Patoranking’s music. At the end of the day, I want to make music, irrespective of the genre, irrespective of how it is being done. I just want to get it done, and get it delivered. I want to see a 2-year kid singing my song.

On the track 1 of the song I went really hard, just to let people understand that my name is Patoranking, and dancehall is all I do. You have some pidgin tracks as well for my people in Ajegunle. I try to carry everybody along. On creativity/influence for the project, he said: I’m somebody that my music depicts my lifestyle, everything that has to be about my upbringing and how I rose to fame. Patoranking generally, the life and times of Patoranking.

I got to figure out that a lot of people want to be famous, a lot of people of people want to to be known for different things, for wearing the best designers. Others for having a lot of properties. But you know not everybody knows that despite everything you have, it’s still vanity, it’s still God over everything. The album is about love, about God, and it’s about where I come from, and where I’m headed to.

Inasmuch as you are trying to dance, just always remember that it is still God over everything. No matter what you possess, no matter what you do in life, it should be a thought that has to go with your day to day activity. No matter the amount of money I have on earth, it is still God. That’s why we chose the title “God Over Everything.




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