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Tuesday, 31 July 2012

Flavour - Kwarikwa [Remix] ft. Fally Ipupa (Official Video)

The King of new school High Life music Flavour hits his fans with the video of this love tune yet danceable song "Kwarikwa" featuring the sexy Congolese Fally Ipupa. Great dancing moves from these sexy icons that will keep the ladies screaming for more. Video directed by GodFather Productions.

Monday, 30 July 2012


Chocolate City presents the Official Video for the 2nd single by Brymo ( Ibrahim Ashimi Olawale ) titled Good Morning. The video was shot on location in Lagos Nigeria and directed by Aje Filmworks

Nigerian politicians are very insane, They Kill Dreams – Richard Branson(Virgin Atlantic)

The rich international businessman, Richard Branson, has lambasted the crop of leaders we have in Nigeria for their high level greed which, according to him, is killing  brands wishing to do business with the government of the country, for the growth of Nigeria’s economy.
Below is the revelations by Mr. Branson on his experience in Nigeria…
The chairman of  said: “…we have virgin’s ill-fated footsteps by setting up a new airline in Africa in conjunction with  government…the details of the doomed attempts to crack the  market in the 2000s is better imagined…we put …together a very good airline-the first airline in West Africa that was ever IOSA/IATA operational safety audit accredited but unfortunately it got tied down to the politics of the country…we led the airlines for 11 years…
“We fought daily battle against government agents who wanted to daily make fortune from us, politicians who saw the government 49% as a meal to seek for all kinds of favour…watchdogs (regulatory body) that didn’t know what to do and persistently asking for bribes at any point…Nigeria people are generally nice but the politicians are very insane…that may be irony because the people make up the politicians…
“But those politicians are selfish…we did make N3billion for the federal government of Nigeria during the joint venture…realising that the government didn’t bring nothing to the table/partnership except dubious debts by the previous carrier, Nigeria Airways…The joint venture should have been the biggest African carrier by now if the partnership was allowed to grow, but the politicians KILLED it…Nigeria is a country we SHALL NEVER consider to doing business again..”
Olufamous.com is thus asking:
Is any Nigeria surprised why reputable companies (that don’t give bribe) are moving out of Nigeria to other countries where the leaders are  patriotic and do not earn millions every month while the masses earn N18,000 as minimum wage?


Dating a married man?

Written by Dharmie

Hi guys, yeah been a while I came on here I know. Uni has been taking so much of my time trying to get all the course-works done and all that but in any which way I still squeezed out time for my own favourite people. Yeah I love you guys. Well Well Well, today I am here to share with you something I had a think about.

It all started the other day I was on bellanaija and this particular topic drew ma attention, it was called 'Loving the man and his Ring'. The author of the story was telling a story about how she fell in love with a man that had a fiancĂ©e and  they both did not back off seeing each other till the man got married and the man became a man with a ring. Her question was is it ok for her to love the man and his ring together.

At the end of the article, almost everyone who commented on that post insulted the author. They condemned her that why should she put herself in such a situation, they said why should she have kept loving him all along when she knew the man had someone he wanted to get married to and which he eventually did. The author claimed the man kept professing his love for her but everyone's argument was if he really did love her, why was she still the other woman, why didn't the guy break his engagement and marry her instead of who he ended up marrying.

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Sunday, 29 July 2012



How to worship the Nigerian god


The Nigerian god is one. It may have many different manifestations, but it is essentially different sides of the same coin. Sometimes, adherents of the different sides may fight and kill each other. But Nigerians essentially follow the Nigerian god.
This article is for all those who want to become better worshippers. If you are a new or prospective convert, God will bless you for choosing the Nigerian god. This is just how you must worship him.
First, you must understand that being a worshipper has nothing to do with character, good works or righteousness. So the fact that you choose to open every meeting with multiple prayers does not mean that you intend to do what is right. The opening prayer is important. Nothing can work without it. If you are gathered to discuss how to inflate contracts, begin with an opening prayer or two. If you are gathered to discuss how to rig elections, begin with a prayer. The Nigerian god appreciates communication.
When you sneak away from your wife to call your girlfriend in the bathroom, and she asks if you will come this weekend, you must say—in addition to “Yes”—“By God’s grace” or “God willing”. It doesn’t matter the language you use. Just add it. The Nigerian god likes to be consulted before you do anything, including a trip to Obudu to see your lover.
When worshipping the Nigerian god, be loud. No, the Nigerian god is not hard of hearing. It is just that he appreciates your loud fervour, like he appreciates loud raucous music. The Nigerian god doesn’t care if you have neighbours and neither should you. When you are worshipping in your house, make sure the neighbours can’t sleep. Use loud speakers even if you are only two in the building. Anyone who complains must be evil. God will judge such a person.
Attribute everything to the Nigerian god. So, if you diverted funds from public projects and are able to afford that Phantom, when people say you have a nice car, say, “Na God”. If someone asks what the secret of all your wealth is, say, “God has been good to me”. By this you mean the Nigerian god who gave you the uncommon wisdom to re-appropriate public funds.
Consult the Nigerian god when you don’t feel like working. The Nigerian god understands that we live in a harsh climate where it is hard to do any real work. So, if you have no clue how to be in charge and things start collapsing, ask people to pray to God and ask for his intervention.
The Nigerian god loves elections and politics. When you have bribed people to get the Party nomination, used thugs to steal and stuff ballot boxes, intimidated people into either sitting at home or voting for you, lied about everything from your assets to your age, and you eventually, (through God’s grace), win the elections, you must begin by declaring that your success is the wish of God and that the other candidate should accept this will of God. It is not your fault whom the Nigerian god chooses to reward with political success. How can mere mortals complain?
The Nigerian god does not tolerate disrespect. If someone insults your religion, you must look for anyone like them and kill them. Doesn’t matter what you use—sticks, machetes, grenade launchers, IED’s, AK47’s.
The Nigerian god performs signs and wonders. He does everything from cure HIV to High BP. And the Nigerian god is creative: he can teach a person who was born blind the difference between blue and green when the man of god asks, and he can teach a person born deaf instant English. As a worshipper you must let him deliver you because every case of sickness is caused by evil demons and not infections. Every case of barrenness is caused by witches and has no scientific explanation. So instead of hospital, visit agents of the Nigerian god. But the Nigerian god does not cure corruption. Do not attempt to mock him.
If you worship the Nigerian god, you are under no obligation to be nice or kind to people who are not worshippers. They deserve no courtesy.
The Nigerian god is also online. As a worshipper, you are not obliged to be good or decent on Facebook or twitter all week except on Friday and Sunday, both of which the Nigerian god marks as holy. So you may forward obscene photos, insult people, forward lewd jokes on all days except the holy days. On those holy days, whichever applies to you, put up statuses saying how much you are crazy about God.
These days, the Nigerian god also permits tweets and Facebook updates like: "Now in Church" or "This guy in front of me needs to stop dozing" when performing acts of worship.
In all, the Nigerian god is very kind and accommodating. He gives glory and riches and private jets. And if you worship him well, he will immensely bless your hustle.

Thursday, 26 July 2012


The Trailer for the Release of KOMOLE by DG(D Generation)

Wednesday, 25 July 2012

The ONLY OFFICIAL Video: E.M.E Feat. WizKid - "Dance For Me

The 2nd video from the hit album "Empire Mates State Of Mind". This one features WizKid going solo on "Dance For Me", a smash hit song produced by the legendary hit maker Sarz. The video was shot in London, England and directed by the one and only Sesan. Stay tuned for more fantastic videos from the EME Album. Hope y'all enjoy this one.

KCEE ft DAVIDO - OKPEKETE remix(official video )

Here's the Video for KCEE's Okpekete remix ft Davido....Shot in South Africa by The Godfather

SoundKnockDown - aka - SKD - What's My Name - Official video - 2012

SKD has released 4 music videos from his first album Passion Beyond Reason with great response at every level - his album is made up of hip hop, Rap & R'n'b records and he scored his first major success with the song - Hold On To Your Dreams, featured in local, national and international print, radio and TV stations across the world.

Releasing his 5th music video - titled (What's My Name),also, SKD is currently in the studio recording his second album which will be released later this year. Fast gaining the reputation as a great artist SKD is definitely an entertainer to follow and enjoy his work.

Tuesday, 24 July 2012

Ghana President Mills dead - presidential statement

(Reuters) - Ghana's President John Atta Mills has died unexpectedly, a presidential statement said, and an aide said his death occurred on Tuesday after he took ill on Monday night. The death of the president of the world's No. 2 cocoa grower comes months before Mills was due to stand for re-election at the helm of the West African country that posted double-digit growth in 2011 and has been praised for its strong democracy in a turbulent region. "It is with a heavy heart...that we announce the sudden and untimely death of the president of the Republic of Ghana," a statement sent to Reuters by the president's office said.

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Monday, 23 July 2012

Darey - Sisi Eko Remix Ft. Flavour (Official Video)

A typical Lagos traffic jam is transformed into a hollywood-style musical as Darey and Flavour attempt to woo the beautiful and elusive 'Sisi Eko'. Directed by Mark Hofmeyr for trademarkpictures.tv.

Ebisan - Jowo (Video)

Multi-talented singer-songwriter Ebisan flexes her acting muscle in her video for her sophomore single JOWO. Directed by MR AK ONE and featuring South African artist Moneoa as The Bride and with fun cameos from RnB group Styl-Plus and rapper Provabs.

Thursday, 19 July 2012

Goldie returns to Nigeria

Nigeria’s representative at the Big Brother Star Game, Goldie  has returned to Nigeria after her evition from the on-going  show .  The 27-year-old singer arrived the country yesterday, Wednesday, July 18, 2012 at the Lagos International Airport, Ikeja at around 8pm. A press briefing will hold today at the Protea Hotel, Ikeja, where she’ll be formally address her fans. She was received at the airport by her record label boss Kenny Ogungbe and good friend, Denrele  Edun.


Monday, 16 July 2012

New Music: D’banj – Oyato (Official)

D’Banj the Kokomaster, is back with “Oyato” off his new record label, DB Records, in association with Def Jam Recordings. And, he’s already signed a Nigerian producer to the label, the one and only J Sleek.


Thursday, 12 July 2012

Bishop Oyedepo wins N2billion assault case

Bishop Oyedepo this morning won his N2 billion assault case in court after Justice Ojo of the Ogun State high court dismissed the case on the grounds that the application lacked merit and that the 'slapped lady' remains a ghost victim.

A Lagos based lawyer, Robert Igbinedion, had filed a lawsuit on behalf of a girl who was filmed being slapped by the founder of Living Faith Church (Winners Chapel) during a deliverance session a few years back. Mr Igbinedion failed to produce the girl, making it impossible to have a case against the Bishop.



Wednesday, 11 July 2012

Emotional Matters Today: Would you Date your friend's EX

Emotional matters, Today at 9:30pm UK Time, Topic: Would you Date your friend's EX, or would you be okay if your Friend Dates your EX. Join in the Chat let's discuss and share our views..Cheers

Saturday, 7 July 2012

Industry Nite With DonJazzy's Mavins

Lagos came to a standstill on Wednesday night as the Mavins shut down Industry Nite. A jam-packed Oriental Hotel played host to hundreds of fans and celebrities who all came to see the Mavins perform together for the first time. And what a performance it was! Wande Coal, Tiwa Savage, Dr.Sid, D' Prince and Don Jazzy all took turns to individually and collectively wow the crowd .

The Mavins performance was the climax of a night that saw other artists such as Segun and Yemi Alade take to the stage. There was also a joint performance between Tunde Ednut and Dr.Sid for 'Catching Cold' which brought the house down. It was a night full of light hearted fun with even Don Jazzy taking to the stage to do the Azonto with Wande Coal. The Mavin crew thanked all their fans who were able to make it and promised that there is much more to come from the label.


Thursday, 5 July 2012

Albert - "Booty Pop" (6 yr old rapper) Official (CHILD ABUSE??)

This is a Music Video we did called "Booty Pop" by Albert. Albert is a 6 year old rapper from South Florida. Since the age of 4 he has been playimg piano and singing.

Davido Featuring Sina Rambo: Overseas (Official Video)

Davido's 4th Official Video for Overseas ft. Sinarambo!

Shot in Miami, Florida by Antwan Smith.