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Oritsefemi takes community tour to Portharcourt

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Music star, Oritsefemi Majemite Ekele is staging community tour concert this Sunday, 26th May 2019 in Portharcourt.

Information released at his disposal has it that the event will take place at Aztech Arcum, Stadium Road, Port harcourt.

The double wahala fame revealed that this event is a new innovation by his new team to excite his fans who have been there for him since he started music in Nigeria.

“ Oritsefemi Community Tour is a new initiative by me and my team. A lot people have not seen Oritsefemi in their hood for a long time. Now, I’m bringing my music to them.  Nigeria music is not about Lagos alone. Our findings revealed that Port Harcourt loves Oritsefemi so much. This is the reason we are kicking off the event here. We are taking this event to lots of cities in Nigeria. Even northerners will enjoy part of it. We are working hard on the logistics. I want my fans to come out massively to support the event. I will never disappoint you”, Oritsefemi said.

 

However, other artistes that will make the event memorable are 2baba, Tekno, Duncan Mighty, Small Doctor, Efe, Yung6ix, and Orezi. Others are Harrysong, Timi Dakolo, Yungsam, Slowdog, Splendid, Maxi and Kella. Some next rated artistes from M S N Gang and Arogunmenite  Sounds, Oritsefemi’s label will also be performing at the event.

 

While comedians are I Go Die, Sheyi Law, Gordons, Akpororo, MC Shakara, Funny Bone, Kenny Blaq, Charles Okocha, Mr Jollof, MC JP, and Coxson.

Disc Jockeys are D J Neptune, Kaywise, Kamol,Chizi, Telesy and Loop.

Master Compares are Tombobelle and Ah Mandor.

The event kicks off at 5pm officially.

 

Trending: Read what 2Face’s wife said about marriage

2face Idibia’s wife and mother of two, Annie Idibia has come out to say ‘marriage isn’t the ultimate thing, rather finding a man that’ll love you unconditionally is’.

Wizkid clears AFRIMA awards

The 2017 edition of the All Africa Music Awards (AFRIMA) held on Sunday at the EKO Hotel & Suites, Lagos was a very glamorous affair, with top artistes trooping into Lagos, Nigeria from all corners of the continent. This year’s award was hosted by Akon.
Tiwa Savage, Wizkid, YCee, Wande Coal, 2baba, Adasa Cookey and Orezi were the Nigerian winners on the night.
Wizkid won three of the most prestigious categories; Artiste of the Year and Song of the Year as well as the Best West African Artiste award.
Here is the full list of winners.
Best male artiste in Central Africa – Locko
Best female artiste in Central Africa – Montess
Best male artiste in Northern Africa – Shefi
Best female artiste in Northern Africa – Ibitssam Tiskat
Best male artiste in South Africa – Emtee
Best female artiste in South Africa – Thandiswa
Most influential African artiste – Neza
African fan favourite – The Dogg

Best African collaboration – Ali Beka
Best artiste in African jazz – Nduduzo Makhatini
Best artiste/group in African rock – Gilad Millo
Best in contemporary African RnB & soul – Eli Keba
Best artiste in contemporary song – Wande Coal (Iskaba)
Best artiste in African reggae/dancehall – 2baba
Best artiste in African traditional – Hamelmal Abate
Best African hip-hop – Ycee
Best artiste in African pop – Tofaan
Best female artist in inspirational – Asike
Best male artiste in inspirational- Gilad
Video of the year – Orezi (Cooking Pot)
African legend award – Salif Keita and Oliver ‘Tutu’ Mtukudzi
Songwriter of the year – Simi
Best African group – Toofan
African discovery of the year – Shyfan
Producer of the year – DJ Coublon
Album of the year – Eddy Kenzo
Song of the year – Wizkid
Artiste of the year – Wizkid

Femi Kuti, 2baba, KS1- Malaika  join 700 African Super Stars to Converge in Lagos for AFRIMA 2017

Femi KutiAfrican Music superstars, Salif Keita (Mali), Fally Ipupa (DRC), Femi Kuti (Nigeria), Wizkid (Nigeria), Young Paris (DRC), Diamond Platnumz(Tanzania), Sheyi Shey (Nigeria), Bussine (Gabon), Bebe Cool(Uganda), 2Baba (Nigeria), Venessa Mdee (Tanzania), Sheyi Shay (Nigeria), Nasty C (South Africa), Sarkodie (Ghana), Fnaire (Morroco),Eddy Kenzo (Uganda), Ibitssam Tiskat (Morocco), Emtee (South Africa) and over 700 African superstars have been confirmed by the African Union Commission, AUC and the international Committee of the All Africa Music Awards (AFRIMA) to attend the main events of AFRIMA 2017.
The Main events are The Africa Music Business Roundtable, AMBR, (November) at 9:30am at the Ballroom, Eko Hotels and Suites,Victoria Island, Lagos, the AFRIMA Music Village (November 10) at 6PM at the Waterfront, Bar Beach, Victoria Island, Lagos, and the Main Awards Ceremony(November 12) at 4PM at the Eko Hotel and Suites, Victoria
Island, Lagos.
Other ace artistes; Chess Nthussi (Kenya), Ebony (Ghana), Timaya (Nigeria), Montess (Cameroon), Niniola (Nigeria), Babes Woduno (SouthAfrica), Tay Grin (Malawi), Nsoki (Angola), Olamide (Nigeria), Big Nelo(Angola), Shatta Wale (Ghana), Cheba Maria (Algeria), Runtown (Nigeria),Amanda Black (South Africa), Kiff No Beat (Cote D’ivoire), Reniss (Cameroon), Small Doctor (Nigeria), Mura K. E (Kenya) are also listed for performances at the AFRIMA Music Village (November 10) and the Main Awards Ceremony (November 12).
The AFRIMA Music Village, where over 40 music artistes will be
performing live, is the Africa’s biggest open concert. Entry is AFRIMA
T-shirts, which are available on www.afrima.org,www.ariiyaticktes.com,nairabox.com, and other
designated outlets.
Music executives and music business brands will engage, brainstorm and
network at the Africa Music Roundtable. The Africa Music Roundtable with
the theme, Digital Takeover, Shaping the Future of African Music, will
bring together top international music brands, label executives and
music artistes to chart a continental strategy for the African music in
the digital age. Speakers at the AFRIMA event are the General
Manager,Sony Music, West Africa; Micheal Ugwu; Board Chairman of the
Moshito Music Conference and Exhibition, South Africa; Dr Sipho Sithole,
and Head of Public Relations and Special Projects, Universal Music; Ms
Hadja Kobele, Brahim El Mazned, artistic director, Africa Middle East
Music Meeting, and Rab Bakari, an international music label executive at
Mixerpot LLC. Attendance to AMBR at the Ballroom Eko Hotel and Suites on
Friday 10th of November by 9:30 is subject to registration on the AFRIMA
website, www.afrima.org.

Mr. 2Kay Robbed At 2baba’s Buckwyld and Breathless concert

Image may contain: 1 person, closeup and indoorSinger, Abiye David Jumbo popularly known as Mr. 2Kay was robbed at gun point in his hotel room at Eko Hotel and Suites, Victoria Island, Lagos. The incident happened at about 11pm on Sunday, October 22, 2017, during the Buckwyld and Breathless concert where he also performed.

The robbers, 4 in number, gained access into Mr. 2Kay’s room after he mistook one of them for room service. They forced their way into his room and waved a gun with threats to shoot him if he made a noise.
Mr. 2Kay, who was in the room with a friend, struggled with one of the robbers, as the others punched and hit him with a gun, repeatedly warning that they will shoot if he doesn’t calm down. One of the robbers led and locked 2Kay’s friend in the bathroom, while the others tied the singer’s arms, legs and mouth and took his valuables including jewelry, clothes, perfumes, phones, and money. They also cut the room’s intercom (phone) to avoid any form of communication as they left the hotel.

The hotel authorities and police have taken statements for investigation, while Mr. 2Kay is getting medical attention for his wounds. “I was quite shocked when I got to Mr. 2Kay’s room last night. This was somebody I watched perform some minutes before the incident. Anyway, the hotel authorities and police are already investigating the incident and we hope they’ll apprehend the criminals as soon as possible,” said James Silas, Manager of Grafton Records.

2Baba, Other Stars To Perform At Eargasm Special IDP Charity Edition

 

2babaBuckwyld Media, through its association with  2Face Foundation, brings the critically-praised “Eargasm” to Abuja for the second time.

Headlined by music legend and humanitarian, 2Baba and supported by vocal titans Waje, Styl Plus and Kelly Hansome, this special IDP charity edition scheduled for July 22 at The Congress Hall, Transcorp Hilton, Abuja, promises to deliver an evening of mind-blowing entertainment and pleasant surprises.

 Eargasm: Special IDP Charity Edition is the first of many fundraising events lined up by The 2Face Foundation and UNHCR as part of its commitment to raising funds to support the IDP intervention programs. Proceeds from the event will go to assisting fellow Nigerians living in IDP camps across the country.

 Like previous Eargasm editions, fans of diverse music tastes, genres and generations will be treated to a unique and unforgettable experience through the rendition of classic tunes with fresh twists. The fact that this edition is designed to raise IDP intervention funds and awareness makes it significantly more worthy of attending.

The 2Face Foundation is a non-governmental organization focused on peace building in Nigeria through projects like ‘A Million Voices for Peace’, ‘The 2Face Peace Awards’, ‘Vote Not Fight’ and now this IDP support initiative with the UNHCR.

 Eargasm: Special IDP Charity Edition is a Buckwyld Media Network production for The 2FACE FOUNDATION & U.N.H.C.R in association with Boomerang Africa & Yankee Entertainment.

Why Charly Boy Supported 2baba’s protest

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Innocent ‘2face’ Idibia February 5th national protest is really gathering momentum as the day is fast approaching. Some people really support his movement while some promiment personalities critisised him .
Former PMAN president, Charles ‘Charly Boy’ Oputa has supported 2face’s movement.
Read Charly’s Boy statement below:
I no just understand my people some times. Some people go sidon dey look Uche face, dey dulling and the few wey wan do something weather our condition go fit better, na so we go dey yab dem, dey stone dem. I just tire when I read some useless tweets and updates about Tuface. 

As a Fada, e no go nice if I just sidon make some guys dey fuckup, dey miss yarn because dem Mumu never Do. 
Have we not suffered Enough? 
Are we not Hungry Enough? 
Has Corruption not crippled our People enough?
Has Political Criminality not damaged our Morality enough? 
Wetin remain again, no be to enter street?
If some can’t see the sense in the march Tuface is organizing why must they insist on exposing their ignorance on our social highway. If him like make e get 7 kids with 3 babymamas, what has that got to do with the price of garri in the market?
Has TuFace not been actively involved in the demand for good governance before now? So why is it that he has ulterior motives now.
Until we fraustrated Nigerians begin to stand up and fight for good governance at all Level, we go soon chop sand sand. 
I am from Oguta in Imo State; I am doing my little bit in empowering the youths, Mothers, Market Women and Disadvantaged people who have no access to a simple normal life. I am also using the Njiko Carnival under The Justice Oputa Foundation to promote not just the historical heritage of the Oguta people, but also the Magnificent Oguta Blue Lake and environs as a tourisim hub in Nigeria, most times with my money. Yet, some people go dey cause me, some just dey like read meanings into my action like say dem dey my mind. But una know say I no send anybody.
We could never have sank this low if it wasn’t for our inactions, our docility and our Mumuness. 
I support mass mobilisation, mass movement, citizen advocacy, the fight, struggle for a better country and the drive to Emancipate the mind of Nigerians.  I Believe that is what my guy Tuface Idibia wants too.  So we must all commot.
A chain is only as strong as its weakest link.
We are stronger when many speak together as one voice.
We are stronger when we think in the same direction
we are stronger when we project our common values
we are stronger when we are oblivious of tribe/religion in our decision making.
Anyhow, anywhere any day I go show, because Na our future we they fight for. Since last year me and some exceptional nigerian youths are also putting together The Mother of all rally’s to be held in Abuja. We must see the end of this nonsense.
Pikin wey say him mama no go rest, him too no go sleep. We they come, them go know how far. Am calling on all celebrities wey get mouth to speak out and fall out. Everybody wey dey fraustrated with this country must show, enough is enough.
I believe that the biggest  threat to governance in Nigeria are the criminal Governors; their stooges at the local government level. The Nigerian National Assembly that is forever breaking Laws instead of making them and the Judiciary where Justice is now for the Highest Bidder. Una go hearam,
The many agencies under the Executive like the CBN; NNPC; RMAFC; Finance and others need to be pressured to introduce accountability into governance. So we all must begin to face those Governor who have Collected Several Bailouts from the Federal Government and Looted them; Those Governors who are taking Security Votes and Looting them; Those Governors who go to the Ministry of Finance Monthly to Collect FAAC Allocations and Loot them; Those Governors who are Refusing to Pay Salaries but have no Problem Chartering Private Jets worth Tens of Millions of Naira. 
We must stop hailing the Corrupt and destroyers of our Dreams; We must Expose and ridicule them. We must be audacious in our Demands; we must be Fearless in our Agitation and we must be ready to sacrifice for this Country. Nothing will happen unless we change this our Mumu mindset that has rendered us hopeless.
The divisive politics that we play, is our Enemy; The Nigerian People are the Victim and it is time to channel our anger towards a Peaceful Revolution. We must stop being the victims and become THE FEAR.
If our yeye Leaders no fear us, change no go come.
Very soon they will no longer be able to enjoy all that stolen money in this country again. 
God punish bad people.
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