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"A Rich Man Once Told Me I Could Never Make It In Life" ...Ace Juju Singer, Dotun Future

Written by 16 May, 2022
From being a child dance sensation to establishing himself as one of the most talented musical artistes of his generation, Oladotun Ogunlabi Michaelhas had a remarkable journey in the music industry. Known on stage as Dotun Future, the Osun State born singer in this brief interview, opens up about his days as a young performer in church before the stage, his family, show trips abroad and how he broke through, and more. Excerpts…

Wizkid to headline Rolling Loud music festival

Written by 27 April, 2022
Multi-award-winning Nigerian artiste, Ayodeji Balogun, popularly known as Wizkid, has been announced as one of the stars headlining the 2022 Rolling Loud music festival.

Aliu Oladele Gafar redefines movie making with 'Peregun'

Written by 08 April, 2022
The Nigerian movie industry, nicknamed Nollywood, has undergone several revolutions through the years with creative players adding values in a bid to ensuring that the dynamic make-believe industry meet up with international standards.

Snoop Dogg 'Thanks' Grammy Organizers For Nominating Him 19 Times But Never Winning

Written by 05 April, 2022
Calvin Cordozar Broadus Jr., aka Snoop Dogg, an American rapper, has sarcastically thanked the Grammy Awards organizers for nominating him 19 times without a win. “Y’all have fun at the Grammys…19… I guess I’m 0 for 19,” he said, referring to his 19 nominations since his solo rap career started in the early ’90s. The 50-year-old rapper, who was not nominated this year, took to his official Instagram page on Sunday, hours before the 64th Grammy Awards, to express his dissatisfaction with the Grammys for being nominated 19 times without winning an award. Grammys. Nineteen nominations no win thanks,” the ‘Drop it like it’s hot’ hitmaker wrote in the caption of the video clip from his private flight. “How do you feel about that?” the 50-year-old rapper further asked his fans. Snoop Dogg was six times nominated for the ‘Best Rap Performance by a Duo or Group’. Two times, the…

Angélique Kidjo beats the Kutis, Wizkid to win Best World Music Album

Written by 04 April, 2022
Wizkid loses Best Global Music Album Grammy to Angelique Kidjo. Wizkid was nominated in two categories: Best Global Music Performance and Best Global Music Album. On the night, he was beaten out for Best Global Music Performance by Angelique Kidjo, who won with her album Mother Nature. Nigerian artists included Femi and Made Kuti with their Legacy + album and Wizkid with his Made In Lagos Deluxe album. Angelique also defeated Ghana's Rocky Dawuni and America's Daniel Ho & Friends in the category. Several producers worked on Angélique's fifth Grammy-winning album, 'Mother Nature,' including Kel P of (Burna Boy), James Poyser of The Roots, Vtek, Rexxie, Synematik, Blue Lab Beats, -M-, Brad Thomas Ackley, David Donatien, and Dany Synthé. During her acceptance speech, she gave a shout-out to those three artists. She said, "When I won [my last] Grammy, I said that the young musicians from Africa are gonna take…

REDTV Supports Young Movie Makers, Empowering Creative Talent

Written by 21 March, 2022
United Bank for Africa's Lifestyle and Entertainment channel, REDTV has continue to lend its support to the creative industry and empower young film producers in Africa.

Pop Singer, 9ice in Sinatra Place This Friday for Campari Red Passion

Written by 17 March, 2022
Nigeria’s one-stop spot where fun-seekers rev up their nightlife is set to excite Lagosians, particularly Mainlanders this weekend with the "Campari Red Passion".

'Davido did not embezzle any of the money that was given to him,' says the Orphanage and Home Operators' Association.

Written by 14 March, 2022
According to the Nigerian Association of Orphanages and Home Operators, money donated to talented singer David Adedeji Adeleke, also known as Davido, was not embezzled.Dr. Gabriel Oyediji, the association's national president, stated at a press conference that the funds were distributed properly. “Ten per cent of the money went to associations that are not orphanages but are involved in social care. Davido also said he added organizations that do not deal with children but are doing good work. The money was shared by the panel he created for the distribution.” “The money was distributed to individual homes. It was not sent to the association. I guess they did the sharing according to the number of children in each home, looking at an average of N25,000 per orphan. Some homes got up to N1 million, some got as little as N25,000 while some did not get anything. He praised Davido for…