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Hello bride-to-be! Forever is not a word…rather a place where two lovers go when true love takes them there. CHECK OUT OUR WEDDING PLAYLIST.


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After setting the pace last year in her maiden edition as an award exclusively designed to spur on young, energetic and vibrant Nigerian entrepreneurs to continue the hard work by rewarding them, the momentum is still on, as this year’s edition of The Abuja Young Entrepreneurs Awards 2013, tagged a night of glamour and entertainment’ bags two new sponsors.


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In preparations for the Yuletide, Nigerian queen of Soul music, releases the video to her recently released single, “Coco Baby”. With a feature from award winning Tanzanian singer, Diamond Platnumz, the Godfather Productions directed video is a highly colorful flick set on a beach with a couple of young, good looking men, and women dancing and swaying to the Afrobeat tune.

With a laid back feel and touch to it, you’ll see that once is really not enough to watch this video! Song was produced by E-Kelly Beats.


Brymo’s second release, “Merchants, Dealers & Slaves” was a triumph for what afro beat was originally intended to be. And now there is Tabula Rasa, which I believe is much more than what has become expected of today's African albums. It is in infusion of afro beat, jazz, and RnB. After listening to yet another masterpiece by Brymo, I came to a conclusion that he can be counted among the true vocalists of our time. Writing this review has been somewhat difficult because he happens to be my favorite Nigerian artist, so I will try not to come off as biased as possible.

From the opening "Back To Love," you realize how Brymo is going to take you into a view of his life with no pressures from a corporate producer interfering with the honesty. The albumn jumps into clever jumps of samples on "Fe Mi", which is a song you listen to it and think “Yea, this is totally Brymo!” to give you a bit for your palette to know what is yet to come.

One of the best songs on this album is track 9: 1 Pound. The instrumental arrangement is done well, making it a pleasing listening experience.

Track 3 “Prick No Get Shoulder” is just as sunny and bright as the title suggests. Brymo reminds us that the “just the tip in” method does not work… at all. So, when you decide to have sex, be careful.

Another notable track is “Nothing’s Ever Promised Tomorrow”, a feel-good song that anyone can vibe to. I love this track because it is filled with strings and brass interlaced with timeless beats and unforgettable lines.

I also found out that Tabula Rasa is currently one of the top selling albums on iTunes Nigeria. Shocking? I think not. With little to no publicity, I had to give lots of props to Brymo for this album, especially after listening to track 7 “Alone”. I guess it’s not so rare for an art singer like him to not only sing but also blow my mind away with spoken words. I found myself snapping my fingers when he said these soul-baring, life-defining words: “How come I walk alone on a busy street, I see a pretty girl walk past on beautiful feet. Just when I am about to speak, I realize we want one same different thing. I pray, God, I want to be a man. It’s clear she wants a man, but I am not clear if that’s the man that I am, so I act like I do not care, neither of us nigh our hopes and dreams…” and then “I gotta be alone, cause even when I am with you, I still feel alone…” and then “Poetry, my only companion is why I keep keeping on, none stopping, keeping on, rom dusk till dawn, on and on and on.” There is a sadness surrounding this track and it happens to be one of my favorite tracks. He truly poured his heart and soul out in this piece.
His songs may not focus as much on partying, women, and drinking, but as times change so does music.  He is still having fun, whether singing a ballad, doing spoken words, or just letting everyone know how much ass he kicks.  

So, that’s the story, folks. There’s much more to be told, but I think this is good enough. You will also agree with me that Tabula Rasa is worth your time and your love. So, hopefully, this helps you make a decision about getting the album … if you haven’t.

PS: Tabula Rasa means "Blank Slate" in latin. At first I thought it meant "The Gift", as shown on the album cover. Now I wonder if Brymo intended for this album to be a gift to us all. There was barely any publicity for this album release and I was really upset about that. 

- @OluwaSparkle


The annual MOBO Awards has become one of the most anticipated and best loved events on the music industry calendar and showcases the best in Urban talent. We are back in London for one night only and we're celebrating our homecoming with a show that's going to blow the roof off theSSE ARENA WEMBLEY ON WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 22ND. It’s only two days away so if you want to get hold of the last remaining tickets, you’d better hurry!

MOBO will be recognising the best talent the UK has to offer in another spectacular awards ceremony which will carry all the glitz and glamour the music industry can muster on what is set to be a truly memorable evening. Leading ladies are well represented this year with an explosive opening performance fromJESSIE J and KID INK, a special performance from NICOLE SCHERZINGER and an unexpected surprise from ELLA EYRE. There will also be a one-of-a-kind union between legend and newcomer withCANDI STATON hitting the stage with one of the UK's hottest rap stars. Not wanting to be upstaged by the ladies,KREPT AND KONAN will be arriving in their own helicopter, Meridian Dan in his German whip and PROFESSOR GREEN will be caged in lasers. If this wasn’t enough…. look out further surprises to this heavyweight line up.

Watch out for appearances from TINIE TEMPAH and the man of the moment SAM SMITH, as well as the biggest names in entertainment taking the stage. The broadcast may begin at 8pm but the event will kick off at 7:30pm! If you don't want to miss any of the action, make sure you are there early. You won't regret it. It’s a Black tie event, with glamorous gowns, so please dress to impress with a MOBO twist. The 2014 MOBO Awards is going to blow your mind! 


EME budding artiste and ‘Chakam’ hit singer Shaydee and the face for Nigeria’s premium taxi brand, Metro Taxi is driving a new campaignThe campaign which is titled #MetroTaxiShaydeeSelfie gives his loyal fans the opportunity to have a date with him.

To qualify for this, his loyal fans have to meet the following requirements: -

I.    Book a metro taxi and take a selfie with the cab.
II.    Post on instagram using the campaign hashtag.
III.    Tag Shaydee and Metro taxi.
IV.    Get the most 'Likes' in seven days.

"My peoples, let's have some fun!" the singer said to fans.Shaydee, announced last month as a supporting act for Hennessy Artistry has recently featured in Sheyi Shay’s hit single ‘Murda’.He is managed by – GidiGrooveMedia and Metal Entertainment.

About Shaydee

SHAYDEE, born Shadrach Adeboye in 1987 in Kano state, Nigeria, is a gifted singer and song writer. He started singing as a duo with a friend on social nights in his senior secondary school days; he went on to join the school choir and in a very short time became the head of the choir. Years later he met Spellz, a producer and began writing songs for other artistes. He produced his first song, which was titled ‘How Do I Breathe’ shortly after that. In 2012, Shaydee sealed a record deal with Empire Mates Entertainment after leaving his former label. He was immediately featured on the Empire Mates State of Mind album, which featured new label mates Banky W, Wizkid, Skales & Niyola.


Shina Peller; a graduate of Chemical Engineering from the Ladoke Akintola University of Technology (LAUTECH) is the Chairman /CEO of Aquila Group of Companies and Quilox Restaurant Bar & Nightclub, With a Master’s degree in Business Management, he has close to two decades in business and leadership experience driven by a strong entrepreneurial orientation having worked across several key functions with various blue chip organizations. He was the recently awarded the   at the African Business Leadership Awards 2014alongside Dr Paul Orhii OON, Director General of NAFDAC, Mrs Dupe Atoki – Director General, Consumer Protection Council and Engr. Oladele Amoda – MD/CEO of Eko Electricity Distribution Company.

Remy Martin is set to bring the very best of Lagos finest and the crème de la crème of society to host the October 2014 edition of Remy Martin Pace Setters VIP Party in honor of the Shina Peller, CEO of Aquila Group and Quilox Club.The “Remy Martin Pace Setters VIP Party” series is a premium platform specially created to celebrate achievers and trendsetters in the Nigerian society and also the brand’s influential consumers.

It features the finest of Remy Martin cocktails, food pairings and Remy Martin based desserts.The Pace Setters VIP Party which has held since June 2013, has so far celebrated Radio Personalities, Business Entrepreneurs, Multi-Million dollar CEO’s, Politicians, Pioneer Nollywood actors like RMD and some of the most talented music acts in Africa like DJ Jimmy Jatt, Tiwa Savage, Wande Coal, Matthew Ohio amongst others.


Following Monday's release of the feel-good “Romantic Boy” video from her upcoming album Pieces of Me, today sees Afro-soul sensation Lami teasing fans just a tad bit more with a brand new single "Miss You Missin Me". Written, arranged and produced by Lami Phillips and recorded in the UK and freshly premiered in Beat FM 99.9, "Miss You Missin Me" has already been described by Lami's critical listeners as "good old school baby making music."

"It's best to stay in your lane," Lami says of her choice of Afro funk soul. "When trying to be someone you're not always authentic. Where we are right now there are different types of music, and that's a good thing."Of "Miss You Missin Me" Lami says, "I wrote, produced and arranged this song, did all my backing vocals and the most complex notes and progressions I've attempted in a long while."Lami prepares for her much anticipated sophomore album set to drop in February 2015 - just in time for Valentine's Day. Ice Prince and Olamide are some of the stellar collaborations on the album.

The audio can be downloaded HERE


The much-anticipated video for "Romantic Boy" from Nigeria’s Queen of Afrosoul Lami Phillips is out.

 The video for the track featuring multi-talented artist, the "Kokoma" King K9 was filmed in a variety of locations around Lagos. The story written by Lami herself and developed by S TWO Media features childhood friendship turning to more over the course of teenage years.

 Making the most of the track's island vibe reminiscent of Patra's 90s hit "Romantic Call", Lami and her team wanted to create fun, feel-good video while reminding both gents and ladies the importance of romantic gestures in any relationship - look out for some cute cameo appearances towards the end.

 "Romantic Boy” follows the release of singles from her sophomore album Pieces of Love such as “Orimiwu” ft. Iceprince, “Titilailai” ft. internationally acclaimed & multi-talented jazz artist and producer FemTones, who has worked with the likes of Amy Winehouse, George Benson and The Roots; "Baby" which she dedicated to her husband...

  Speaking of the video, Lami said, "i'm so naughty for delaying the release of this video till now. Truth is TeamLami really wanted to do a lot in a certain space of time. My focus has been on recording and making sure the album makes sense.”

“I had fun shooting with K9 ­ ­– as you can see, he's as unwell as I am so we had jokes for days! Please enjoy my silly side. Till the next release, be yourself and know God loves ya!”


Today, I came across an insightful article that I cannot help but share with you all. We all have goals, dreams, desires, wishes, ambition…the list goes on and on. While our dream and aspirations differ, we have one thing in common—we desire to succeed. Our end goal is to thrive; to stand out. We want to be able to say that we started something and finished it. We want to be able to say that we are a SUCCESS. Here are five keys to success that I think you will find beneficial.  
1. Preparation
“The secret of success in life is for a man to be ready for his opportunity when it comes.”
~Benjamin Disraeli
Success loves preparation. If the perfect opportunity presented itself today, would you
be ready? It’s better to be ready and not have an opportunity, then to have an opportunity and not be ready.
To succeed, you must be ready when opportunity comes. Spend your time preparing for success, when your opportunity comes, you’ll be glad you did.
2. Work
“Success is simply a matter of luck. Ask any failure.” ~Anonymous
All failures know that success is simply a matter of luck, they know it’s just a matter of being at the right place at the right time, they know with assurance that success is directly linked to good ole fashion chance.
However, those who have succeeded know that success is directly and proportionally linked to work. Even an amazing strategy can’t guarantee success. Zig Ziglar said, “The most practical, beautiful, workable philosophy in the world won’t work – if you won’t.”
You have to put in the time. However, when you put in the time, it makes success all the more sweet. When you come from “behind” and do the impossible, it makes success as sweet as a honeycomb. John H. Johnson said, “I believe the greater the handicap, the greater the triumph.”
3. Remember the Golden Rule
“Success is still the constant application of the Golden Rule.” ~Anonymous
Never forget the golden rule, “Do unto others as you would have them do unto you.” That’s the key to success. Serve your clients as you would have them serve you. Meet their needs as you would have them meet your needs. Give them prices that you would want to pay, exceed their expectations in a way that you would want your expectations to be exceeded.
When you follow the golden rule, you open the door to success.
4. Confidence
“Confidence is the companion of success.” ~Anonymous
If you don’t believe in your abilities, don’t be surprised if no one else does either. Your negative thoughts about yourself send a signal throughout the world that others pick up on and respond accordingly. If you’re broadcasting the station “Depression 108.7” then others will treat you like you’re depressed.
But, when you believe in yourself and your potential, people pick up that signal, and they will treat you according to how they believe, you believe, you should be treated. Did you get that?
5. Lead
“A most important key to successful leadership is your ability to direct and challenge the very best that is in those whom you lead.” ~Anonymous
To be successful you must be a great leader. There’s probably nothing more difficult than being a great leader. It’s easy to be selfish, it’s easy to only be concerned with your needs, your wants and your desires. But to succeed you have to lead! You have to do what’s best for the people; you must bring the best out of those in whom you lead.
When you really lead, you will succeed.
Thank you for reading and be sure to pass this article along.

Mr. Self Development is an author who teaches a motivational and practical guide to success. Please visit him at Mr. Self Development.com.
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There are some people who believe there are five basic personality types, and each type tends to prefer a different shape. Knowing whether you, your co-workers and friends are squares, rectangles, circles, triangles, or squiggles just might help you build better careers, teams, and friendships. Here is what each shape might say about you -- and how you can recognize other people for their shapes.

If you are a SQUARE: You are an organized, logical, and hardworking person who likes structure and rules. But sometimes you have trouble making decisions because you always want more information. You feel most comfortable in a stable environment with clear directions on what to do. You tend to like things that are regular and orderly. You will work on a task until it is finished, no matter what.

How to spot a square: They appear to move "straight," use precise or specific gestures, love routine, and are very concerned with detail. They are also very neat in their appearance and their personal workspace. They do a lot of planning and are always prompt.

If you are a RECTANGLE: You are a courageous (brave), exciting, and inquisitive explorer who always searches for ways to grow and change. You enjoy trying things you've never done before and love asking questions that have never been asked. You like structure, and will often be the person to be sure things are done the proper way, taking all rules and regulations into consideration. When you are given a task you will start organizing it to be sure it can be done in the most systematic way.

How to spot a rectangle: These people often have "fleeting eyes and flushed faces." They also tend to giggle and they like variety. For example, they'll come into work early or late -- but not on time. And those who have offices tend to be disorganized with a mishmash of furniture.

If you are a TRIANGLE: You are a born leader who's competitive, confident, and can make decisions. You also like recognition. You are goal oriented and enjoy planning something out and then doing it (you are motivated by the accomplishment). You will tend to look at big long-term issues, but might forget the details. When given a task you set a goal and work on a plan for it. American business has traditionally been run by triangles and, although usually men, more women are taking those roles today.

How to spot a triangle: They have powerful voices, love to tell jokes, and they play as hard as they work. They also tend to be stylish dressers.

If you are a CIRCLE: You are social and communicative. There are no hard edges about you. You handle things by talking about them and smoothing things out with everybody. Communication is your first priority. When given a task, you will want to talk about it. You are a "people person," with lots of sympathy and consideration for others. You listen and communicate well and are very perceptive about other people's feelings. You like harmony and hate making unpopular decisions.

How to spot a circle: They are friendly, nurturing, persuasive, and generous. They tend to be relaxed and smile a lot. They're talkative, but have a mellow voice. They also have a full laugh and like to touch others on the shoulder and arm.

If you are a SQUIGGLE: You are "off-the-wall" and creative. You like doing new and different things most of the time and get bored with regularity. When given a task, you will come up with bright ideas about to do it. But you don't think in a deliberate pattern from A to B to C. Instead, you tend to jump around in your mind, going from A to M to X.

How to spot a squiggle: They can be "flashy," dramatic, and extremely creative -- and they don't like highly structured environments. Both men and women squiggles tend to be funny and very expressive. They also have great intuition. Most performers and writers are squiggles.

Source: Office of Disability Employment Policy, U.S. Department of Labor

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Where is Nigeria?
Nigeria, officially called the Federal Republic of Nigeria, is a country located in West Africa.

What is the capital of Nigeria?
The capital of Nigeria is Abuja. Built in the 1980s, Abuja is one of the most well planned cities in the country. It became the capital of Nigeria on December 12, 1991, replacing Lagos. The city is home to major attractions in the country such as the Nigerian National Mosque and the Nigerian National Christian Center.

What is the largest city in Nigeria?
Lagos is the largest city in Nigeria covering an area of 385.9 square miles. It is the third-most populous city in Africa with an estimated population of 7,937,932. As of now, it is the second-fastest growing city in Africa. It was once the capital of the country, and is the economic and financial capital of the country at present.

What countries border Nigeria?
Nigeria is bordered by the Republic of Benin on the west, Chad and Cameroon on the east, and by Niger in the north. On the south it borders the Gulf of Guinea

How big is Nigeria?

Nigeria is a country covering a total area of 356,667 square miles. As of 2011, the country has an estimated population of 167 million; it is the seventh-most populous country in the world. Nigeria, one-third larger than the state of Texas, is situated on the Gulf of Guinea in West Africa. 

What are the main ethnic groups in Nigeria?

Nigeria is a country of rich ethnic diversity composed of over 250 ethnic groups. The three largest ethnic groups in Nigeria are the Hausa, Igbo and Yoruba. The other major tribes in the country include Edo, Ijaw, Kanuri, Ibibio, Ebira Nupe and Tiv. Also there are minority groups of British, American, East Indian, Chinese, white Zimbabwean,Japanese, Greek, Syrian and Lebanese immigrants in Nigeria.

What are the administrative divisions of Nigeria?
Nigeria is a country comprising thirty-six states and one Federal Capital Territory. The states are further divided into 774 Local Government Areas (LGAs).

Who are the political leaders of Nigeria?

The government of Nigeria is a presidential federal republic.
President - Goodluck Jonathan Vice President - Namadi Sambo

What currency is used in Nigeria?

The Naira denoted by the ISO 4217 code NGN) is the official currency of Nigeria. It is subdivided into 100 kobo.

What is the official language of Nigeria?
English is the official language of Nigeria and is extensively used for education, business transactions and for official purposes. Despite being the first language, English is not spoken at all in some rural areas. Because the majority of the population of the country stays in rural areas, indigenous languages such as the Yoruba and Igbo are spoken by the majority. A derived language called the Nigerian Pidgin English, also called the 'Pidgin' or Broken English is also a popular lingua-franca in the country.

What is the religion of Nigeria?

Nigeria is a multi-religious country. Fifty percent of the population practice Islam while the rest adhere to Christianity. The other minority religions in the country include Hinduism, Judaism, the Baha'i Faith, and Chrislam (a syncretic faith that contains elements of Christianity and Islam).

What is the economy of Nigeria like?

Nigeria has the second-largest economy in Africa. It is classified as an emerging market owing to its rich reserves of natural resources, and well-developed financial and communications sectors. The transportation sector and stock exchange of the country add to the finances. The Nigerian Stock Exchange is the second-largest in Africa. Petroleum is a major product playing a significant role in the economy of the country; it is the twelfth-largest producer of petroleum in the world.

Manufactured products like leather, textiles, t-shirts, plastics and processed food enhance the economy of the country. Agriculture is also important, employing almost sixty percent of Nigerians. Cocoa, sugar cane, yams, maize, palm oil, groundnuts, coconuts, citrus fruits, pearl millet, and cassava are the major agricultural products.

However, health care, education, and general living conditions in Nigeria are poor, and these pose a serious threat to the otherwise advancing country.

When is the national day of Nigeria celebrated?
The national day in Nigeria is celebrated on October 1 every year. The day is celebrated to commemorate the independence of Nigeria from the United Kingdom on this day in 1960. The country was declared a Republic on October 1, 1963.

Source: http://www.mapsofworld.com/nigeria/facts.html
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As the 2015 elections gathers momentum with its attendant apprehension it stirs within the polity, The 2face Foundation in partnership with Young Stars Foundation, National Democratic Institute (NDI) , and other partner organisations, have flagged off the “VOTE NOT FIGHT – ELECTION NO BE WAR" campaign, geared towards a violence free electoral process in 2015.

This timely initiative was officially unveiled at a press conference held at The Events Centre, Alausa, Ikeja on theSeptember 30, 2014. The "VOTE NOT FIGHT, Election No Be War" campaign is an initiative championed by iconic music star, 2face Idibia, and targeted primarily at the youth demographic which incidentally constitutes by far the largest voting population in the country and also the main culprits in election violence. In attendance were a cross section of the press and a heavy representation of civil society organisations from far and near, who responded enmasse, united by one common cause - a desire to work towards violence-free elections in 2015, as well other concerned citizens including the matriarch of the Kuti family, Ms. Yemi Ransome kuti, among others.

Also unveiled at the launch was the project theme music recorded by 2face Idibia as part of the Million Voices for Peace (MVP) project, and a Public Service Announcement video by the BBC Media Action to sensitize the electorates on the need to VOTE NOT FIGHT. Fielding questions from members of the press as well other civil society organisations present, the panel made up of 2face Idibia, Maxwell Machill (Senior Program Manager – NDI), Mrs. Ijeoma Okey-Igbokwe (HOD, Voters Education – INEC), Kingsley Bangwell (Youngstars Foundation and Efe Omorogbe (representing The 2face Foundation), gave insightful answers and offered clarifications where required. Also to lend support to the campaign was the United States Ambassador to Nigeria, James Entwistle, who though not physically present, delivered a pre-recorded speech via multi media. The highlight of the launch was the signing of the pledge by 2face Idibia, Now Muzik artiste and collaborator on the MVP "Break the Silence" single, Henry ‘K Slim’Kosiso, Ms. Ransome-Kuti and EiE's Yemi Adamolekun, followed by the other attendees.

Other partners on the VOTE NOT FIGHT, ELECTION NO BE WAR Campaign include the Enough Is Enough (EIE) Coalition, Isa Wali Empowerment Initaitive, Development Initiative For African Women, Hip TV, The Bridge Youth Development Foundation, One Life Initiative for Human Development, The Bridge Youth Development Foundation, etc. To register and joining the growing campaign, visitwww.votenotfight.org

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YBNL rapper/hit maker, Olamide A.K.A “Badoo” releases the video to his smash hit, “Awon Goons Mi”. The track itself is a 3-minute delivery of amazing Yoruba rap by the prolific Wordsmith.

The video, directed by Unlimited L.A,
features appearances from a host of popular faces in the Nigerian music industry. Ranging from Do2tun, to Phyno, Phenom, Efa, Mo’Cheddah, Cynthia Morgan, Samklef, Alex, Reminisce, Pheelz, Viktoh, Lil Kesh, CDQ, Ketchup, YQ, DJ Enimoney to T-Black, the low-lighted video shows these faces, all dressed in black, repping as Badoo’s goons.

Check it out.


Innovative Nigerian web-startup Iceberg Infotainment has re-launched their mobile app called AMEBO - An app that pulls information from popular sources on the internet that provide quality Nigerian News on politics, sports, social events, job opening and more. Amebo mashes up all that info so you don’t have to worry about using multiple browser tabs and web apps.

Gbenga Emuwawon, Founder - Iceberg Infotainment, states, "Our app offers users the best of Nigerian news and entertainment information on the go! The application pulls feeds from popular news, job vacancy, and gossip and sport websites with content for Nigerian audiences across the globe. We have Nigerians in diaspora using this app from Canada to Russia. We are happy that lost of Nigerians use our app as a go-to source for Nigerian news on their mobile devices."What sets AMEBO (by Iceberg Infotainment) apart from other similar apps is that it is very dynamic, adapts to various device displays and content can be shared across a wide variety of social media channels and even "Whatsapp", brilliant!

Iceberg Infotainment is a web solutions company, specializing in website design, digital strategy and online marketing. Her mission is “to help clients reach more people and compete in quickly evolving global markets by providing top‐quality web communication solutions.”

AMEBO (by Iceberg Infotainment) is available for Android devices on the Google Play Store - http://bit.ly/1wZFgup

For iOS devices (iPhones and iPads), installation instructions are available on the firm's website-www.icebergng.com , http://bit.ly/1uvZ1VC


Nigeria's king of soul, Timi Dakolo has just returned from a visit to America where he recorded songs for his next album 'Love & Consequences'. The adored vocalist joined iconic producer, Cobahms Asuquo at 226 Recordings in Houston Texas in America.

Following his critically acclaimed debut album 'Beautiful noise' in 2011.Dakolo has dominated the airwaves lately with the release of his hit single 'Iyawo mi' and the vintage video that has gotten fans excited and which featured an appearance by his wife, Busola."We've been having a blast here with Cobhams and his baaaad guys," said Dakolo. "I like to pay attention to my work and to my craft and to ensure that those who believe in me get the highest quality music that I can give. I am excited about what we are coming up with here!"'Love and Consequences' album is a story of hope and survival. Fans expect to be stirred and to be enriched, and I look forward to them identifying with the messages I want to share."

Following the critically acclaimed album 'Beautiful Noise', the new album will be released in the first quarter of 2015.Visit www.timidakolo.ng to get more updates.

About Timi Dakolo

Timi Dakolo is an award winning R&B/Soul music artist born on January 20, 1981. He hails from Bayelsa State, Nigeria and grew up in the city of Port-Harcourt, where he started his singing career at age of 12, singing in his church choir. Following his win as West African Idol first and only winner; he released his debut album titled "Beautiful Noise" in 2012, receiving great reviews for the work as well as chart successes. Timi Dakolo released another single after his debut album titled "Great Nation" which many have described as the new National Anthem of Nigeria.



Here’s the list of the just concluded 9th Annual NEA Awards:

Best Album of the Year:
Baddest Boy Ever Liveth - Olamide

Hottest Single of the Year (tie):
Pull-Over -Kcee ft. Wizkid / Aye - Davido  

Best New Act of the Year: Patoranking

Gospel Artist of the year: Frank Edwards        

Indigenous Artist of the year: Oritshe femi    

Best Pop/R&B Artist of the Year: Tiwa Savage

Female Artist of the Year: Tiwa Savage

Male Artist of the Year: Davido  

Best Rap Act of the Year: Ice Prince      

Music Producer of the Year: Del B        

Best Music Video of the Year: Rands and Naira

Best Collaboration: Gallardo - Runtown Ft Davido

Most Promising Act to Watch: Ayo Jay

Diaspora Artist of the year: L.A.X

African Artist of the Year:Shatta Wale        

Best Actor in a Lead: Tope Tedela

Best Supporting Actor: Yomi Fash-Lanso

Best Actress in Lead: Funke Akindele

Best Supporting Actress: Genevieve Nnaji

Best Director: Desmond Elliott

Best Picture: Half of a Yellow Sun

Entertainment Personality of the Year: Denrele Edun

Entertainment Executive of the Year: E-Money - Five Star Records

Best OAP: Yaw – Wazobia FM

Funniest Comedian of Year: Bovi

World DJ: DJ Spinall

Congrats to the winners and nominees! Watch out for pictures from the event.


Triple MG First Lady, Emma Nyra has released the striking visuals for her banging single 'Elele', featuring BET-award winning artiste, Davido.The video was directed by award winning cinematographer, Sesan Ogunro, styled by the renowned Chyna Bee, and shot at Inagbe Beach Resort in Lagos. The song itself was produced by TripleMG's new comer, Selebobo.

The video follows the two young artists as they flirt at a beach party until the video transcends to a house party where they eventually realise they they share mutual chemistry for potential romance.The colorful video features cameos from two of Africa's top labels, Iyanya's Made Men Music Group and Davido's HKN GANG.

Check out the official lyric video to 'Elele' -  http://bit.ly/1B8TzMO Get 'Elele' on iTunes NOW! - http://bit.ly/1q2P8zBFollow Emma Nyra on All Social Media Platforms via: @EmmaNyra and Subscribe to Emma Nyra Official Vevo Channel.Follow Triple MG on Twitter: @triplemg1

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