Atumpan – Bad Mad featuring Captain Planet (Produced by MixMasta Garzy)


Atumpan the talking drum is back again with yet another new single after the release of his Bomeka Music Video. This new single is titled ‘Bad Mad’ and features Captain Planet of 4×4 Music Group. The song was produced by MixMasta Garzy…Anyeeei

Atumpan – Bad Mad ft Captain Planet (Prod by MixMasta Garzy)

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Reezon – Weekend featuring Chibbz & Wakazi (Produced by Mobeatz)


Chicago based rapper Reezon drops a new single after the release of his African Intelligence album which got him four nominations at the Afro Entertainment Awards. He calls this one Weekend and features Tanzanian rapper Wakazi and Nigerian Afro Pop singer, Chibbz. The song was produced by MoBeatz. Enjoy.

Reezon – Weekend ft Chibbz & Wakazi (Prod by Mobeatz)

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Stone (Bradez) – Bayla Trap freestyle featuring Strongman & Cabum

Stone of Bradez

The Bayla Trap song from R2Bees is sick. It has got all the Ghanaian MC’s talking and they doing their own covers on the tune. Here is a cover from Stone (Bradez) which features Strongman and Cabum. Enjoy.

Stone (Bradez) – Bayla Trap freestyle ft Strongman & Cabum

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D-Black, Joey B & Dein – Clique freestyle (Mixed by DJ Breezy)

Black Avenue Muzik

Three members from the Black Avenue Muzik group recorded a fire cover for ‘Clique’ over the weekend and are about to drop a viral video for it in a couple of days. B.A.M’s first lady ‘Dein’, the boss himself D-Black and dope lyricist Joey B murked this piece. Hope you like it.

D-Black, Joey B & Dein – Clique freestyle (Mixed by DJ Breezy)

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E.L – Secret of GH Girls featuring KSM & Chase (Produced by E.L)


KSM (Kwaku Sintim Misa) ace Ghanaian comedian has turned into a musician. This is his first track ever recorded with E.L and Chase. He calls this one The Secret of GH Girls which is the theme of his upcoming comedy show on December 25. Let’s know what you think.

E.L – Secret of GH Girls ft KSM & Chase (Prod by E.L)

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Kaduna Floods With Tears As Yakowa’s Body Arrives

Yakowa's body arrives
Yakowa’s body arrives

The remains of the former Kaduna State Governor, Patrick Ibrahim Yakowa arrived Kaduna Airport yesterday amid uncontrollable tears.

Yakowa died at the weekend when a Navy helicopter carrying him and four others, crashed at Nembe, Bayelsa State.

The corpse, wrapped with the national flag of green, white, green, arrived at Kaduna Airport at exactly 2.40pm in a C-130 Air Force plane with registration number CAG

Yakowa’s corpse arrived with the corpse of a top politician, Dauda Tsoho, who also died in the crash.

Family members of the deceased, the new governor of the state, Mukhtar Ramalan Yero, National Assembly members, service chiefs, religious leaders, traditonal rulers and politicians were all at the airport to receive the corpses.

Speaking on Yakowa’s death, his Special Adviser on Media, Reuben Buhari, said even in death, his late boss represented the platform for peace, unity and development, which he always preached when he was the governor of the state.” Yakowa might have died, but his legacies and strong commitmnet to serving humanity will continue to linger on,” Buhari stated.

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VIP – Want it featuring Stranger & Katu (Produced by Mix Masta Garzy)


The Nima Boys are back again with a brand new single, ‘Want it’. VIP features Stranger and Katu on this track and it was produced by the one and only Mix Masta Garzy. Don’t forget to share and leave your comments as well…Aapla Moko Bi.

VIP – Want it ft Stranger & Katu (Prod by Masta Garzy)

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Stars Unite After Politics

altGhanaian celebrities who endorsed either the New Patriotic Party (NPP) or the  National Democratic Congress (NDC) for the December 7 polls seem to  have united and are championing the common good of the showbiz industry barely a week after the polls.

Speaking on Peace FM’s ‘Entertainment Review’ last Saturday, Mark Okraku Mantey, leader of Creative Arts for Change, the umbrella body of celebrities that endorsed the NPP presidential candidate, Nana Akufo Addo, made it clear that the chief priority of his group was to help the industry and not to pursue an NPP agenda per se.

He said the fact that Nana Addo and the NPP did not win the election did not mean the priority of the group should be forsaken.

“There was the need for a pressure group so we decided that for starters, those who have a passion for Nana Akufo Addo’s policy, we would start from that end….and that was why the name was not Creative Arts for Akufo Addo but Creative Arts for Change.

The ‘change’ aspect of our name has a purpose and now that the elections are over, and there is a new government….the whole idea was to have supported Akufo Addo for a change but after Akufo Addo and John Mahama politics, the president we have is the one we would take our pressure to,” Okraku Mantey explained.

Mr. Okraku Mantey’s explanation was warmly embraced by musician Rex Omar, who had openly endorsed the candidature of the National Democratic Congress (NDC’s) John Mahama.

Both Mr Omar and Mr Okraku Mantey agreed that as professionals in show business, there was the need to first seek the interest of their industry before their political interests.

Rex for instance said his decision to endorse the NDC was based on conviction and his belief in the leadership of John Mahama.

He said that however did not mean he would turn a blind eye when the NDC-led government did something untoward.

Singing from the same hymn book, the two celebrities explained the need for political parties to have a creative arts wing that would add some professional touch to their campaign adverts and jingles.

They also explained how as celebrities, their association with political parties could increase votes for the parties.

The two also agreed that the phenomenon of celebrities endorsing political parties had given the industry

Source: NewsOne

FOKN Bois – Beatrice (Produced by DJ Julz)

FOKN Beatrice

When you hear the name FOKN Bois, controversy comes into mind. This is a rated 18+ song from the duo Wanlov and M3nsa. They call this one Beatrice. The song was produced by DJ Julz. Tell us what you think about this song, your opinion will be greatly appreciated.

FOKN Bois – Beatrice (Prod by DJ Julz)

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WIZKID EXCLUSIVE: ‘It’s been blessings for me’

By Osagie Alonge

Wizkid in Dubia for a show…

After releasing his debut album ‘Superstar’ Ayodeji ‘Wizkid’ Balogun hasn’t looked back. Scoring number one hits, collaborating with international acts, winning world recognized awards and working up his way to A-list status, his nickname ‘Starboy’ might now be looking like an understatement.

In this exclusive interview with NET, the 22-year-old tells us about his experiences performing overseas, working with Akon, Wale, Young Jeezy, and why he feels he’s with the best team.

In one word, describe what the past year has been for you?

Blessing, it has been a blessing.

After the release of your debut album ‘Superstar’, who made decisions to go on tour or travel out of Nigeria?

I feel like everything just happened. It was funny because everything kept on happening, there was nothing we planned for, it was just God. Big shout out to my fans as well because after I released the album, I was getting calls from all over the world for bookings.  I could say it’s by my hard work, though. Of course everyone else is working hard, but you just have to have that x-factor, and that’s what has been pushing me on.

Where did you enjoy performing the most, the UK or US?

It was a totally different experience because in the UK, we have a lot of Nigerians living in one community, but in the US people are scattered all over, you have some people staying in New York, Minnesota, New Jersey. That’s the difference. Everywhere I went to, it was a different kind of love, because some people didn’t even think that I would come for the concert, because they felt like ‘why would Wizkid come to Minnesota or some funny place in the United States?’ It was a just a different experience for me.

How was it, working with the likes of Akon, Wale, Kardinal Offishall, The Game and Young Jeezy?

It was crazy, because I was at BET, then I was invited for a dinner. Wale has always been my friend, and [I’m also friends with] Bu, who’s Akon‘s younger brother. He came there with Young Jeezy and introduced me, and that was how I started work with him. When we recorded the first song, everybody loved it, [and] before I knew it The Game came in and heard the song and said he had to jump on it. We booked another session for the next day, then came back and recorded. Chris Brown and every other person came through, and it was a great feeling. I felt blessed.

Do you think not having a specific genre as an artiste has helped you have an edge over Nigerian artistes?

I wouldn’t say I have an edge over all other artistes because everybody has their own talent, but I’ll just say it’s my thing. It’s something God has blessed me with and I have worked very hard with it. It’s not just that I sit down and it comes to me, I try to surf for inspiration, and I think it has really helped me to be the ‘Wizkid’ that I am. People don’t get surprised by what I do, they feel like I can come up with any style, so it has helped me.

So which other international artistes have you worked with that we don’t know of?

I don’t want to let the cat out of the bag because people know almost all the ones I’ve worked with, so I will keep the others a secret till the time comes.

How did you find time to record your forth-coming album while you were busy on tour?

I am a workaholic, I’m a studio rat. In London, after the concerts I went back to the studio to do my thing,. It’s the love for music that keeps me going.

What is the energy behind you recording and performing?

It’s just because I love it. If you love your job then it’s no longer a job. It becomes a part of you. I don’t complain about doing my job, and my fans show me a lot of love.

What do you think is behind all this growth after your first single ‘Holla at your boy‘?

Firstly, it’s God, because everybody works hard, but it’s whom God has blessed that excels. So I just feel he is the one behind all these things happening, and also the fact that I have a solid team behind me handling my business.

What is the difference between when it was just you, Banky W, and Skales in the EME crew, to the new family now?

It was Banky and I even before Skales (Laughs). The dream at that time was to build an empire, bring some artistes, and build them on the same platform. It’s just a dream coming true, and it’s something we have always wished to do. We just made sure we built the empire, [and] I just thank God that everything is working out well. EME has always been about how good you are, not how well dressed you are.

Banky W postponed his album for the team to release the compilation; would you ever take that bullet for the team?

I [also] didn’t release an album this year just because of the EME album. I was supposed to release an album on June 12 this year, [but] I put that aside, which is a big sacrifice for me. For someone that works hard like I do and [has] a lot of materials, yeah, I’ve taken a bullet already (Laughs).

How was the experience recording the EME album?

It was easy. From day one it has always been about ‘what do you have now, let’s put it together and make something crazy.’ So when we were recording the album it was exciting. I’m glad we made it happen.

What does the wizkid brand stand for?

It stands for an ambitious young man who is trying fulfill his dreams. A lot of people come to me and say they want to be like me, I just feel overwhelmed by it and I’m happy and thank God.

Do you feel at the top of your career?

I am not anywhere close right now, I’m just starting. Every day when I wake up in the morning I feel like ‘what am I going to do today?

You were nominated at the Channel O Awards but didn’t win. How did you feel?

I didn’t feel anyhow, I have gone through a lot of awards that I didn’t win at all, which is no stress for me. My fans still show me love and I have a couple of other awards, so I’m good with it.

Have you turned down any sort of endorsements?

I have turned down a couple of endorsement because the business is not want I want to associate myself with; I’ve got Pepsi right now.

Where did the rumour of you leaving EME come from?

We have heard that news; I guess some people thought of saying something funny.

Why did you part ways with your manager Osagie Osarenkhoe?

It was a business decision, because the brand is growing. She’s still working with a couple of other EME artistes to push their brands. She is still part of the team, we just needed more hands.

How has working with your new manager Godwin Tom been?

It’s been great.