Where to look? Tiwa flaunts Naija-owned ‘cut everywhere’ swimsuit

Tiwa Savage dropped her latest video for ‘All Over’ yesterday and its already attracted 83,000+ views.

It is possible a good portion of those hits were to see the delicate cut ‘all over’ swimsuit and other costumes worn by the Mavin star.

The video introduces Continue reading

Newly engaged Banky W, Victoria Kimani and Falz lead celebrities arriving for One Africa Music Fest

He was the talk of the town last weekend following his introduction to actress Adesua Etomi, and he is still the talk of the town as Banky W arrives in London to host one of Afrobeat’s biggest concert – One Africa Music Fest.

Newly engaged Banky Wellington will be hosting London’s biggest afrobeat concert – One Africa Music Fest

The musician turned actor was arrived early this morning to prepare but not before jetting into Youtube’s Continue reading

Current Playlist #3: Where was I when Ice Prince released this tune with Sakordie? See the video and comments

Probably caught up in pampers and bah bah black sheep.

iceprinceIce Prince’s Shots on Shots featuring Sarkodie
Anyhow, despite my age and being a mummy, rap never left me and only just discovered #shotsonshots.

The beat got me and as I am easily inspired by words, Continue reading

Current Playlist #2: It is all about FALZ-the-BAHD-GUY…and a bit of Yemi Alade

Have you heard the song Softwork? Goodness me!

Person be dey try bring me up to speed with the latest tunes inside Nigeria. Them show me Soldier by Falz and Simi but na Soft catch my attention and need I say my static Samsung ringtone has swiftly been changed.

Read: Current playlist: Loving Phyno and Olamide but cannot get enough of Bisa Kdei’s Mansa

You will like this song if you like soft rap. The beat alone with that “mama look at how we made it” lyrics can make you fall in love quickly.

A month after upload, it had about 500,000 views, and now Continue reading

Current playlist: Loving PHYNO and OLAMIDE but cannot get enough of Bisa Kdei’s Mansa

I was at Burgess park with the children, thinking of how I am going to fund and complete my ILR application when a flat across the road began blasting Mansa by the Ghanaian musician Bisa Kdei.

I do not understand the language, but the tune with the line ‘a,a,a,a’ – a very understandable word – made me start dancing and forget my worries for the minute.

It is the same guy that sang Continue reading