Archive for March, 2013

[SPORTS] l’m not intrested in Osaze’s comments – Osaze’s Coach says

West Bromwich Albion manager Steve Clarke has hit out at the behaviour of want-away Nigerian striker Osaze Odemwingie.

Odemwingie used Twitter during the international break to again criticise the club.

The Nigerian forward vented his anger at a lack of recent playing time, and threatened to buy himself out of the last year of his contract to leave the Hawthorns.

An angry Clarke responded by telling reporters: “I haven’t got anything to say to him. If he’s got something to say to me he should come and say it to my face.

“He has to come to me. He’s the one that has the grievance, not me. I am absolutely bored with the whole episode.

“I’m not interested in what he said. The club will deal with it.

“I don’t read Twitter. I understand there were some more comments and I told (technical director) Richard (Garlick) and the club to deal with it in the way they see fit. Richard has been off ill. He hasn’t been in.

“I’m just disappointed that I have to spend so much time talking about one player when I have such a fantastic squad of players who have made such a fantastic contribution this season.

“I am fed up of talking about one player.”

Clarke confirmed Odemwingie will be in the squad for Saturday’s trip to West Ham and has very few fitness concerns for the Upton Park clash.

“We’ve been lucky,” he said. “By and large everybody is back from the international break is in good shape.

“The only one who will struggle at the weekend is James Morrison. He didn’t go away on international duty and is very, very doubtful for the game.”

My mother doesn’t love my songs- Jaywon

Iledare ‘Jaywon’ Oluwajuwonlo has revealed that his mother does not listen to his songs.
Sources very close to him said that Mrs Iledare doesn’t like the music style of her son until lately when she listened to his latest song ‘This Year’ before she fell in love with the prolific song writer, Jaywon’s song
Guess what, the song ‘This Year’ which is the toast of every event is currently the callertune of her phone.

Hoodlums disrupt Olamide’s show at Mozida Club

No doubt, Olamide is on top of his game at the moment. But fans who were supposed to watch him perform live on stage at the monthly gig organized at Mozida Club, Ikeja were denied their joy to see him perform live on stage.
It was learnt that after he stormed the venue alongside Tony Nwakalo, his manager, they did not even have the chance to exchange greetings with their fans.
Hoodlums were everywhere. Even when the Eniduro crooner sneaked into the V I P of the club, fight had started.
We were told that some staffs of Mozida had started fighting each other and The security team of the club could not help either.
He tried to perform tracks from his latest album, YBNL, but he was mobbed on the stage and He had to quit singing and left in annoyance.
Though, rumour has it that some of the hoodlums attacked the singer and forcefully collected valuable things from the artiste before he left the venue.


The Nigeria Football Federation on Thursday wrote to world football-governing body, FIFA and the African body, CAF over tricky 2014 FIFA World Cup qualifying games and the FIFA Confederations Cup, all in the month of June.

FIFA had last week adjusted Nigeria’s matches, meaning the Super Eagles would play Kenya in Nairobi on Wednesday, June 5 and take on Namibia in Windhoek on Wednesday, June 12, before flying to the FIFA
Confederations Cup tournament in Brazil. Nigeria became Africa’s flagbearer at the tournament following triumph at the Africa Cup of Nations in South Africa last month.

“We have fully appraised our priorities and wish that either of the following options be seriously considered: 1) That the matches in our African qualifying Group F (Kenya Vs Nigeria; Malawi Vs Namibia and; Namibia Vs Nigeria; Malawi Vs Kenya) be played on the SAME DATES of Wednesday, 5th June and Wednesday, 12th June, 2013 respectively. 2)That all the matches be reverted to the ORIGINAL DATES of Saturday, 8th June and Saturday, 15th June, 2013 respectively,” the letter, signed by NFF General Secretary, Barrister Musa Amadu, read, inter alia.

It means the Super Eagles would either play Kenya’s Harambee Stars and Namibia’s Brave Warriors at the same time and day as Malawi would host Namibia and Kenya respectively, or the matches would take place at the World Cup qualifying weekends as originally scheduled.

“We make this request in the interest of fairness, as at the moment, Nigeria and Malawi have same number of points (5) and, for Nigeria to play TWO DAYS before Malawi in each of the two important qualifying games in June will give undue advantage to the Malawians,” the letter concluded.

Amadu added: “We see the FIFA Confederations Cup competition as a key tournament, but we also know we have to qualify for the 2014 FIFA World Cup finals, as priority. It is important to us to go to the FIFA Confederations Cup and then return to Brazil a year later for the FIFA World Cup finals.”


Two of the biggest U.K Afrobeats groups – WERAY ENT and VIBE SQUAD – have come together to collaborate on the massive new Afrobeats single from Weray Ent titled “Masquerade”.

Crafted musically by fast-rising producer and musician Captain with the music video directed by Snowpix Media, “Masquerade” is a captivating and high-energy audio/visual experience which sees both Weray Ent and Vibe Squad showcase excellent lyricism, catchy word play and lush vocals which are further brought to life by an exhilarating and masquerade-themed visuals filled with eye-catching choreography and excellent performance prowess…

After their last visual release “Ching Chang Wallah” caused quite the stir across the African Music scene, clocking over 50,000 views on YouTube and garnering the support of several online tastemakers as well as Choice FM’s DJ Abrantee and DJ Edu from BBC 1Xtra, the London-based trio WERAY ENT have been riding high as one of the most sought-after Afrobeats acts in the United Kingdom and their new single “Masquerade” is sure to solidify their highly coveted status in Afrobeats music.


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Meet Inspire, female singer


Born in the early 90s, Kofoworola Akintoye popularly known as INSPIRE grew up in Lagos State.
She has been known for her musical talent at her tender age. She started music properly when she took part in the first edition of Arise Nigeria music reality show, though she didn’t win, but made it to the first ten.
Later signed with SoundSea Entertainment an artiste management outfit owned by Ninalowo Boladale Tajudeen she recorded her hit singles IFE produced by BVYBES which is trending .
Inspire who is a student of Lagos State Polytechnic ,also attends music classes at BAOLAD school of music where she has acquired skills in keyboard and improved on her vocals.
The lady vocalist and keyboardist has also performed at shows which include Shetade Images Democracy Carnival , Slyk and Distinct Magazine launch party, Dabitos Schools Choral concert ,High Impact II @ TBS to mention but a few.
She had performed live at TROY Lounge an Island based club. She is the in house artiste for some time and Club Vegas on the mainland,Ikeja respectively where she received compliments from music lovers and musicologists.

Inspire has featured in songs of professional musicologists such as Julius Adegoke who is a music lecturer at Babcock University and TSWAGZ who is also a skilled rapper and Jakuzy another Yoruba rapper.On the line of collaboration is a hit from Inspire and VTEK the youngest producer and keyboardist.
Inspire has written a lot of songs which includes the TROY anthem and other mind touching songs like YOUR PAIN, GET UP, MY FRIEND etc.
Inspire is working on her debut album.

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