Top 6 Lagos Clubs To Visit For T.G.I.F

Friday Nights in Lagos are characterized by events filled with a seemingly non-ending entertainment; the nightlife and on-the-go nature of the city clearly makes it a unique place to unwind as you’ll often find Clubs and Bars filled to the brim at night as fun seekers dance away to music blaring from sophisticated speakers. A lot of celebrities will be at these favorite clubs in Nigeria’s Mega City as Drinks and Cocktails of numerous brands are emptied in significant numbers. Meanwhile, outside the club or under a shade, the savor of grilled barbecue rents the air. Here are some of Night clubs you can stop over in Lagos for an unforgettable nightlife.

 

1.Club Quilox (873 Ozumba Mbadiwe Avenue, Victoria Island).

Immersed in an exquisite Red, Gold and Black theme; Club Quilox is a luxurious getaway. Launched in 2013, Club Quilox boasts of high standards and has overtime become a hub for a grandee relaxation and nightlife activity. Get addicted to the magical moments, electrifying vibes, extraordinary hang outs and late-night clubbing with exquisite VIP and VVIP lounges. The Club can house up to 400 high rollers and nightlife aficionados. It is a perfect place to unwind.

 

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2. Escape Night-Life (234, Adeola Odeku, Victoria Island).

Kick-start your party mood with a serene and inviting atmosphere with its beautifully designed interior, Escape serves as one of the hangout spots for celebrities. With its’ lush and sleek environment, Escape is one of the most patronized clubs in Lagos.

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3. Club 57 (57 Awolowo Road, Ikoyi).

Established in 2014, Club 57 is an exclusive and upscale hangout. Situated in the heart of Ikoyi, The three-floor nightclub, displays different spectra of luminosity with DJ Prince doing what he knows how to do best while the customers dance and relax. It boasts of finger-licking continental cuisine and exotic cocktail that will leave your taste buds thankful!

 

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4. Spice Route (36 Adeola Odeku Street, Victoria Island).

Good food, great music and beautiful people! What more could one ask for to craft the perfect Lagos experience? Spice Route is a bar in Victoria Island that has grown from an exclusive restaurant that serves the party-seekers with a little taste of the action before they set off to a high-activity nightclub to an actual night club. Party goers can be seen still dancing the night away as late as the early hours of the morning. The atmosphere is very inviting with its unique “Buddha Bar” decoration that illuminates its surroundings. Nationals and foreigners dine and mingle from dusk till dawn as Spice Route excites its guests with a Lagos experience to die for.

 

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5. The Place (45 Isaac John Street GRA, Ikeja; 3B, Block A10 Admiralty way, Lekki Phase 1; 4 Adeola Odeku, Victoria Island.)

With it’s presence in several locations across the Mega City of Lagos(Lekki, Festac, Ikeja…just to mention a few). The place offers numerous services like restaurant, bar, hotel but transforms into a nightclub at dusk. It is a wonderful place to unwind and is frequently patronized by celebrities. The club offers VIP services and is known for its famous, lip-smacking Asun.

 

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6. Rumors Night Club (15A Oduduwa, Ikeja GRA; 1st Avenue, Festac)

The club owned by Nigeria’s Serial Hit singer, 2Baba; is a luxurious hangout spot that serves exquisite cuisine coupled with great music. The club which is located in Ikeja and Festac is a great place for socialites to mingle and network with celebrities, business people and government officials.

Rumors Night Club, is among the top clubs in Lagos and the party is non-stop as their in-house DJ thrills the audience with exciting Nigerian and International music.

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We’ll like to know what you feel about these clubs, if you have visited before please share your experience and if not, try to get down to any one of these clubs this weekend and have the time of your life.

MyMusic Lyrics: Orezi -Cooking Pot

Gehn Gehn Music Empire act, Orezi dishes out the record Cooking Pot which he talked about some days back.

Check out the lyrics below

Yea yea yea
Good to go
Mr Raggamofin woo ooh!

 

Alcohol is sweet, but if you drink am too much na problem
“Aah ya-ya-yaah”
No go dey do like Kunle, anytime wey he drink, he go dey touch woman
He dey cause embarrassment for the family “eeyah!”
I know say you like woman
So far dem save a wife for a girlfriend
I stop dey commit fornication
“Na real matter ooh”
I tell Nkechi say afunrum gi nayan
She say Orezi omo na the mayan
I say baby shay you go follow me go mayan?
She say show me the money and we no go wanyan

 

Yawa dey ooh, Yawa dey ooh
Yawa dey ooh oh oh, Yawa dey ooh
Who carry meat on the cooking pot? “I no know ooh, we no know ooh”
I say who thief meat on the cooking pot? “I no know ooh”
Who carry meat on the cooking pot? ye eeh eh “I no know ooh, we no know ooh”
I say who thief meat on the cooking pot? “I no know ooh”

 

Waka waka baby, waka waka, waka, waka
Waka waka baby eeh, waka waka, waka, waka
Any where E dey happen, she dey for there
You get money, she want her share
247 she dey hotel, Ejiro eye girl open ooh, she no dey fear
If fornication too much, you go carry Gonor
You no dey use condom, you go gety Gonor
No forget HIV dey for igboro
So take am easy when you dey shout Yolo
Aye nreti eleya mi ooh, bo lo fi t’Oluwa sii
E n’je jaiye ori mi ooh, e fun mi l’Hennessy

 

Yawa dey ooh, Yawa dey ooh
Yawa dey ooh oh oh, Yawa dey ooh
Who carry meat on the cooking pot? “I no know ooh, we no know ooh”
I say who thief meat on the cooking pot? “I no know ooh”
“I no know ooh, we no know ooh”
“I no know ooh”

 

She no one do, I beg leave am, I beg leave am, I beg leave am
No dey force am, no dey force am
I beg use condom, use condom, use condom
Use condom
You be thief ooh you be thief
You be thief ooh you be thief

 

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10 Naija Songs That Are Trending Right Now

Your radio and TV stations play them. You have streamed them online and I’m pretty sure you already have them downloaded into your mobile devices. Their youtube views are increasing every minute. They rank amongst the top on most music website. Your friends have shared them with you via the social media. I’m sure you are already humming one of them. In no particular order, these songs are trending:

  1. P-Square – Nobody Ugly
  2. Tekno – Samantha
  3.  Falz – Jeje
  4. Phyno – If To Say 
  5. DJ Exclusive – As E Dey Hot Ft Flavour & Mr. Eazi 
  6. Kcee – We Go Party  Ft Olamide
  7. Steve Crown – All The Glory
  8. 2Face – Hold My Hand

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9. 9ice – TGIF

https://youtu.be/2AfQ9FkX5KM

10. D’banj – It’s Not A Lie Ft Wande Coal & Harrysong

Got a song that you feel should make the list?

Wizkid Unveils Album Cover Art for “Sounds From The Other Side”

26-year-old Pop sensation, Ayodeji Balogun better known as Wizkid has released the “Sounds From The Other Side” Album Cover Art. The 12-track Album is scheduled to drop on the 14th of July, 2017. The multi-awarded artist posted this on his Instagram handle.

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The album contains 5 already released singles which includes the heavily awarded “Come Closer” featuring Drake, “Sweet Love”, “Naughty Ride” featuring Major Lazer, “African Bad Gyal” featuring Chris Brown and “Daddy Yo”.

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D’Banj Unveils Album Cover Art For “King Don Come”

Koko Master D’Banj has unveiled the album cover art for the highly anticipated album “King Don Come”. The DKM boss just simply put up on his Instagram

“#KingDonCome 7-7-17  👑

Thank you Lord for your Grace 🙏”

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This comes 9 years after his last collection “The Entertainer”. This will be his 4th Album after “No Long Thing”, “RunDown Funk U up” and “The Entertainer”.

Highlight: The Voice Nigeria Season 2 – Episode 2(Blind Auditions)

If you thought last week was great, then you are in for an amazing experience this week. The episode 2 of The Voice Nigeria Season 2 started with a highlight of how the first episode panned out and a short interview of the coaches’ expectations in the season.

Daniel

Daniel Diongoli, a 22-year old Bayelsan Student and Street Singer set the ball rolling. Will singing in the street help his audition?  After he sang “Zuchiya Daya” by Bez, he got all four chair turns and joins #team timi. Singing in the street surely paid off for him.

Wilson

Next was Wilson Odini, a respectful 20-year old, who obtained a degree in Intelligence and Security Studies from Afe Babalola University. Every member of his family supports his music career. He was accompanied to the show by his sister whom he said would be heartbroken if he does not make it to the battles. However, his gut feeling tells him the audition would be good. A good rendition of “Just Give Me A Reason” by Pink got Wilson 3 chair turns and a ride on team waje. “Your gift is so powerful and so real”, “that boy has olive oil in his voice”, were Waje’s comments.
Gloria

Gloria Asene is 18. She comes from a family of seven.  Her Mom who runs a firewood and fish business on a very small scale inspires her a lot. So energetically, she sang “Locked Out Of Heaven” by Bruno Mars. Her performance, unfortunately, did not land her a spot in the battles. Timi said she started out well with so much energy but did not focus her energy on the right areas. Waje said, “I know am gonna see you again because you are a fighter”. With those comforting words from Waje, we sadly bid Gloria goodbye.

Itunu

She is a 23-year-old hairstylist and sings in a live band. Itunu Ogunyemi would invest in a business as well as her music career and acting if she wins, and her mom is very supportive of her chosen field. She dealt so well “Don’t Let Me Down” by Chainsmokers and got two buzzer sounds from Waje and Patoranking. “You have an attitude that will make you a star”, “You possess every quality of a good singer” were the comments she received from Waje and Patoranking respectively. Itunu relied on her crush instincts which made it easy to choose Patoranking. She couldn’t hide her excitement as she got to pick her favorite Coach. The celebration continued backstage.

Ogechi

She has gone for so many auditions. Can this audition be any different for her? The 25-year old Ihenacho Ogechi sang “Serious Love Nwantiti” by Omawumi which earned her two buzzer sounds from Waje and Yemi, and got her on Yemi’s train. Well, patience paid off for her.

Annie

She dealt so beautifully, “So beautiful” by Asa. By default, the 25-year old professional singer, Annie Cedric joined Patoranking’s team after she received her only buzzer sound from him. Asa is her role model whom she met at the Calabar International Jazz Festival.

Henry Mcjohn is 38.  He stepped into “the voice” stage and sang “How Do I” by LeAnn Rimes in a bid to finally kick-start his music career. So sadly, there was no buzzer sound, neither did any of the red chairs rotate to face him.  He walked off angrily without even waiting to receive any feedback from the coaches. Now that’s something you do not see every day. Timi took that opportunity to say, “Humility is the key to anywhere you want to be”. Shortly after that IK Osikaoduwa tweeted the following below.

 

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Her second name is voice unfortunately, she is not the voice the coaches are looking for. Alero Voice Aganbi gave an excellent performance (in my opinion) of “Your Love Is My Love” by Whitney Houston. The coaches apparently expected more from her.

Chris Rio

Let us meet Chris Rio. He is 25 less 4 years old and describes music as his girlfriend. Alright then, Let us see whether his “girlfriend” is truly faithful to him. He Sang “Love Don’t Lie” by John Drille. With the last minute turn, he made it through with a spot on Yemi’s team.

Paulyn Bob

Paulyn Bob, a 24-year old make-up artist who has been taking vocal training classes was encouraged by her friends to audition for “The Voice”. She has a firm belief that “What doesn’t kill you makes you stronger”. She belted out the lyrics of “Sorry” by Justin Bieber. An apology which only Waje thought sounded sincere enough to warrant a spot in the battles. Waje commented, “You have a nice vocal texture”. Indeed, her training really paid off.

Kendris

The last to grace the show was the 25- year old Kendris Ologidi. He draws inspiration for his songs from his life experiences.  He killed the entire show with his outstanding performance of “What A Girl Wants by Christina Aguilera. It was four chair turns for Kendris. He got a piggy-back ride from his coach Timi into the next stage. What an amazing way to end the show!

Here are the Coaches and their new team members:

Patoranking – Itunu Ogunyemi and Annie Cedric.

Waje – Wilson Odini and Paulyn Bob.

Timi – Daniel Diongoli and Kendris Ologidi.

Yemi – Iheanacho Ogechi and Chris Rio.

The show ended with a recap of Jahtell and Jahnomso’s last auditions.

Check out the highlight video

 

Photo Credit: The Voice Nigeria.

MyMusic Lyrics: Flavour -Baby Na Yoka.

Mr flavour Nabania is here with his normal high-life/dancehall song, and he titles this one “Baby na yoka”.

Check out the lyrics below

 

Ehen
Mr Flavour upon the dance floor, another one
Nastycraft on the beat
give it to them
eyoh
oyolima
Mr Flavour (rudeboy) upon the dance floor (they dont know)
Baby Na Yoka I want to know what’s up
Your horny butt ima na obu one in town
Ifu ukwu gi na ku ka obi gi na ku
Anywhere she enter baby dey cause Kasala
Baby mo
Na Yoka
Sweety mo
Na Yoka
Honey mo
Na Yoka
Baby mo o
Na Yoka
African Flamingo
Na Yoka
Nweli nwayo na pia oku
Na Yoka
Uwa bu uwa chukwu
Na Yoka
Electric Fire Lady
Na Yoka
Fire baby fire
Na Yoka
Inek u nek (iyeh iye)
Ekaete
Inek u nek (iyeh iye)
Iniobong
Inek u nek (iyeh iye)
My Carolina
Inek u nek (iyeh iye)
Baby Na Yoka
Baby Na Yoka Asa’Obodo Yibo
Indiana police Miami ka oneh fe
Gucci Prada Designer ka ona ya
Anywhere she enter baby dey cause Kasala
Baby mo
Na Yoka
Sweety mo
Na Yoka
Honey mo
Na Yoka
Baby mo o
Na Yoka
African Flamingo
Na Yoka
Nweli nwayo na pia oku
Na Yoka
Uwa bu uwa chukwu
Na Yoka
Electric Fire Lady
Na Yoka
Fire baby fire
Na Yoka
Inek u nek (iyeh iye)
Ekaete
Inek u nek (iyeh iye)
Iniobong
Inek u nek (iyeh iye)
My Carolina
Inek u nek (iyeh iye)
Baby Na Yoka
I beg you make you dance o
Baby o buru bata 18
She want to scatter the net o
Baby O buru bata Eighteen
she want to scatter the net oh
Oya baby show dem
Oya baby show them
Make your back o
Make e do the talking
Baby show them
Oya baby show dem
Asa’m Nwa
Na Yoka
Sweety mo
Na Yoka
Honey mo
Na Yoka
Baby mo o
Na Yoka
African Flamingo
Na Yoka
Nweli nwayo na pia oku
Na Yoka
Uwa bu uwa chukwu
Na Yoka
Electric Fire Lady
Na Yoka
Fire baby fire
Na Yoka
Inek u nek (iyeh iye)
Ekaete
Inek u nek (iyeh iye)
Iniobong
Inek u nek (iyeh iye)
My Carolina
Inek u nek (iyeh iye)
Baby Na Yoka (na yoka)
Inek u nek
Ekaete (Na Yoka)
Inek u nek
Iniobong (Na Yoka)
Inek u nek
My Carolina (Na Yoka)
Inek u nek
Baby Na Yoka
Na yoka
yoka ×6

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BET Awards 2017: WizKid Wins “Best International Act: Africa” Award

Nigerian Artiste, Wizkid, made the Nigeria music industry proud as he took home the “Best International Act: Africa” at the 2017 BET Awards announced at the pre-BET Awards held on Saturday, June 24.  His career took a giant stride this year with his collaborations with American Super Stars Drake and Chris Brown. No wonder he withstood competition from his home boys Davido, Tekno and Mr. Eazi, as well as from Ghana’s Stonebwoy and South Africa’s Babes Wodumo, Nasty C and AKA.

Prior to Wizkid’s victory, the BET Awards leaked a list of several winners on its own website. For the African category, the winner was South Africa’s Nasty C, who had fans sending congratulatory messages and screenshots of the false win to his social media pages. BET later released a statement blaming the fiasco on a glitch that chose random nominees as winners of the awards.

It is the second time Wizkid has received the award, after going home with the award along with Sarkodie in 2012. The 2017 BET Awards also saw Beyoncé emerge as the big winner with five awards.

 

Highlight: Green Worship – Giving Back Through Worship

Worship isn’t just about singing. It’s about giving up the precious things to us. The first time worship was mentioned in the scriptures had to do with Abraham poised to give up his most treasured possession.

On the 26th of June 2017, thirteen of Nigeria’s finest Christian artistes and the Spirit of David Dance group came together at The Fountain of Life Church Ilupeju, Lagos to initiate a live recording project that will make a tangible impact in the lives of thousands of orphans and children with special needs in Nigeria.

This initiative was conceived by Wale Adenuga who thought of using his gift as a gospel artiste not to acquire more fame, but to influence people and bring glory to the name of God. He hoped to raise 100 million naira with all proceeds going to the following charity homes in Nigeria: The Leprosy Mission Nigeria, Cerebral Palsy Centre Nigeria, Down Syndrome Foundation Nigeria, Patrick Speech and Language Center and Lady Atinuke Memorial Home.

Green Worship was produced by Wole Oni, Rotimi Akinfenwa, and Wole Adesanya in partnership with The Fountain of Life Church, Daystar, RCCG: Tabernacle of David, Harvest House Christian Centre, Light House, Harvester’s City, The Elevation Church, Grace Family International Church, RCCG: New Springs, Dominion Chapel Houston, Grace Assembly, RCCG: Jubilee Christian Centre, Calvary Bible Church, Trinity House, RCCG: Balm in Gilead, RCCG: House of David, and Foundation of Truth Assembly.

The worship for change initiative started with an opening prayer and worship led by The Fountain of Life Worship Team. Here is the list of artistes and the songs they performed:

Panam Percy Paul – “Come Let’s Praise the Lord

Sammie Okposo – “Good God”

Eben – “Victory”

Wale Adenuga – “Today o!

Solomon Lange – “Yabo

Pita – “You light up my world”

Tolu Odukoya Ijogun – “Surrounded by Angels

TY Bello – “Let there be light”

Freke Umoh – “You are my God

Glowreeyah Braimah Feat. Nathaniel Bassey – “Miracle Worker”

Nathaniel Bassey Feat. Enitan Adaba – “Imela”

Spirit of David – “Hallelujah by Funbi

Muyiwa Olarenwaju – “Hey  Ya!

Buchi –”Mma Mma

 

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greenworship1(L-R)Timi and Oscar (Presenters), TY Bello, Freke Umoh, Eben, Nathaniel and Glowreeyah, Wale Adenuga, Pita, Solomon Lange, Tolu Odukoya Ijogun with The Fountain of Life Worship Team.

Just as the “good Samaritan”, thousands of Christians gathered to worship and improve the lives of their “neighbor”. It was indeed a time of refreshing.

MyMusic Lyrics: Niniola – Maradona

Afro-House Queen, Niniola opens up her 2017 account with a new single titled, “Maradona” produced by the One and Only SARZ.

 

Enjoy the lyrics below:

 

Nini dey oh eh

Shé footballer ni eh?
To’n gba ball kiri
Shé telescope ni eh?
To’n wó ómo kiri
Tó’ju ré éh ba fo
Don’t blame it on me eh
Tò ba wa di la lé
You’ll come to me really

Oh óni kin la tan
Óni ma la tan
Óni kin dòju mi
Ólo ma lapa
Oh ni kin la tan
Óni ma la tan
Óni kin dòju mi
Ólo ma kan pka

Ó Maradona
Ó Maradona
Maradona mi
Ó Maradona
Ó Maradona
Maradona mi
Marado..na

Feature: Make Music – The Worldwide Celebration of Music

”Music expresses that which cannot be put into words, and that which cannot remain silent.”- Victor Huge

There’s nothing in the world like the sound of your favorite song coming on, it just gets right into your head and your body and makes you move. Or maybe it takes you on a journey to a faraway place and time, where you languish in a memory of times gone by and people who are no longer present. Some of our favorite songs can lift us up out of depression, and make an otherwise horrible day suddenly seem like it’s not so bad. World Music Day is celebrated to promote peace and spread goodwill through music.

It all started 35 years ago in France. Jack Lang and his staff at the Ministry of Culture dreamed up an idea for a new kind of musical holiday. They imagined a day where free, live music would be everywhere: street corners and parks, rooftops and gardens, store fronts and mountaintops. Completely different from a typical music festival, anyone and everyone would be invited to join and play music, or host performances. The event would take place on the summer solstice, June 21, and would be called “Fête De La Musique, which means both “Festival of Music” and “Make Music”. Amazingly enough, this dream has come true. The Fête has turned into a true national holiday: France shuts down on the summer solstice and musicians take over. Almost 8% of the country (5 million people) have played an instrument or sung in public for the Fête de la Musique.

Three decades later, the holiday has spread throughout the world and is now celebrated in more than 750 cities in 120 countries including Nigeria. On this day, musicians perform for free in parks, museums, train stations, castles etc. This helps in making all sorts of music accessible to the public. It gives an opportunity to commune and share a special bond through music.

In Nigeria, the world music day is celebrated in Lagos with the event tagged “Make Music Lagos”. Lagos is a city rich in diverse musical cultures, and Make Music Lagos offers a platform to showcase these cultures. For the 2017 edition, the Make Music Lagos team raised the bar by adding more venues. There were more than 10 venues with over 200 performances. In keeping with the spirit of Make Music Day, all events were FREE and open to the public to attend. However, prior registration was required for the final concert which held on 21st June at the Balmoral Convention Centre of the Federal Palace Hotel located in the heart of Victoria Island in Lagos.

In addition to the concerts, special projects included:

Mass Appeal: Held on the 18th of June at Ikeja City Mall. The Lagos Mass Appeal featured 100+ musicians in large, single instrument groups playing a music piece (Eko) produced by Wole Oni.

Street Studios: The goal was to take the basic elements of the music studio to a public place and make the process accessible to anyone in the surrounding area. With a passion for good music and years of experience; Award winning Producer, Rotimi Keys hosted Make Music Lagos Street Studio 2017. This took place at Domino’s Pizza & Cold Stone Creamery locations in Lekki Phase 1 and Yaba.

Learn To play: Held at Ikeja City Mall, this offered free music lessons for beginners, lapsed players or old pros looking to learn new tricks. Participants learned how to play the guitar and drums. This was done in partnership with Rainbow fingers, Pa Oscar, Femi Leye, Solomon Eli and Drum Network Africa.

The World Music Day celebration’s final concert witnessed great performances from Nigerian Music Legends, Veterans and Upcoming Acts. Among the long lists of performance in that exihilarating event were King Sunny Ade, Adewale Ayuba, Sound Sultan, Daddy Showkey, Omawumi, Bez, Jodie, Wole Oni, Morayo, and Folabi Noel.

DADDY-SHOWKEY-600x927                                                                     Daddy Showkey

KING-SUNNY-ADE-600x388                                                                        King Sunny Ade

ADEWALE-AYUBA-600x927                                                                          Adewale Ayuba

BEZ-600x927                                                                     Bez

MORAYO-600x388                                                                  Morayo

OMAWUMI-600x388                                                                Omawumi

SOUND-SULTAN-600x927                                                              Sound Sultan

WOLE-ONI-600x388                                                              Wole Oni

JODIE-GREAT-600x388                                                               Jodie Great

 

 

If E-money and I have illegal wealth may God expose us- Kcee

Following wide speculation that Kcee and his younger brother, Five-star music boss, E-Money‘s wealth are ill-gotten, the singer debunked those speculations by saying that they are not into any criminal activity. Going further to say, “We grew up in Ajegunle, but we worked hard for the money”. E-Money was my manager, but he decided to branch out to real estate and here we are”  In a new interview with Net TV, the ‘Tender’ crooner Kcee opens up on how he and his brother E-money became wealthy, his current projects, setting standards in the Nigerian music industry and more.kcee-emoney-photo

Kcee went on to tell critics to focus on making their money instead of focusing on how he and his brother made theirs. He said, “Instead of people asking how he made his money, you all should think about how you will make your money. We are not doing anything illegal, we have not duped anybody, or kidnapped anybody like that man (subbing the recently arrested kidnapper, Evans)”. He even went further to say “If we are into anything illegal, Father please expose us”.

Watch the video below

New Video: Gaise – Titilai

Gaisebaba Music Afro-fusion artist, Gaise drops the video to his love themed single ‘Titilai’.

The video captures a mock stage play turned surprise proposal, leading to a wedding and then a baby shower. Featuring his wife – Funto Ibuoye as lead model, Gaise also had prominent persons like ID Cabasa (who produced the song), EmmaOhMaGod, Isaac Geralds and others play cameo roles in the video as well.

The song, produced by ID Cabasa has its video shot in Lagos, Nigeria by Avalon Okpe for Tokin Drumz Pictures.

Watch Video Below.