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[Music] Toyin D – Gettin Down



Talented singer, Toyin D is here with another hit single titled Gettin Down.

Gettin Down is an exciting jam, with mind-blowing tempo and instrumentals which gets listeners nodding and vibing to every line of the song.

The versatile musician and producer sort to bless us with this extraordinary jam, months after dropping ‘Foolish‘.

Gettin Down is available on all stores –

Follow Toyin D on;

Twitter – @Iamtoyind

Instagram – @iamtoyind

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Fireboy premieres ‘Champion’ music video with D Smoke



For many people (including me) who thought American rapper, D Smoke, recent trip to the “Motherland” meant him shooting the music video to ‘Champion’ with Fireboy, we were wrong.

Fireboy premieres the video—Champion—the first track off of his sophomore album – Apollo with D Smoke and interestingly it appears both artistes shot their scenes in different location at different timing.

For Fireboy part of a video, it appears he shot his scenes in a location in South Africa judging by the looks of people around him. Fireboy for the most part of his scenes, Fireboy was on the run to a certain location, only for us to find out that spot was the cliff of a mountain, probably to show he is the only person in his lane and stands tall to show off his magnificence.

D Smoke’s part showed him paying homage to Kanye West by performing on a floating stage; he also payed homage to Jamaican Reggae legend, Bob Marley through the attires he adorned and wearing his dreads in a particular way, quite showing off the champion mentality through his verse and clothings.

One part of the video I like when TG Omori who shot and chopped Champion visuals, used little kids as choir to go along with the choir sound of the chorus. Although the choir kids cameo was short (less than 5 seconds, it was quite intuitive I must say.

Watch the video for Champion:

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“Schooling is on hold right now” – Terri says about his education



Contrary to popular misconception and false perceptions that Terri, 21 years old, dropped out of school to pursue a career in music full-time, he clears the air regarding his educational career and goals in an interview granted Punch NG.

Asked about how he got into music, Terri revealed he had always loved and admired music, citing Wizkid and Ice Prince as motivation and inspiration behind him wanting to find a career in music. He stated it was him and a friend (who also had an interest in music) that gathered money to record for their first studio session.

In time, he made a cover to a Wizkid song, the song went far, even meeting wizkid and his crew favourably to the extent he got a DM from one of Wizkid’s associate to link up, although he did not even know that link up would eventually end up being at Wizkid’s house, he honoured the invite and was wowed when he found out the location turned out to be Wizkid’s house.

They (Terri and Wizkid) would go on to build an organic relationship with eachother, leading to Terri being signed to the label, StarBoy Entertainment after recording the hit record – ‘Soco’ – with Wizkid but one thing would have to take a step back and be put on hold for the time being, that thing turned out to be Terri’s tertiary education.

Terri revealed to Punch NG that before the deal came in, he was pursuing admission into the University of Lagos (Unilag) to study Marine Insurance which he duly got accepted to study but put on hold for the sake of music. He says he did not drop out though.

Terri explains: “ I got admission into the University of Lagos to study Marine Insurance two years ago. But, schooling is on hold right now.” Explaining further, Terri adds: “I did not actually drop out of school. I only deferred my studies for a while and I would return to complete it. ”

Terri also revealed his parents are supportive of his choice and goal to put music first right now; Terri says he had to latch on the opportunity presented to him by one of the biggest artistes in Nigeria when it showed.

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Why I wore the gigantic shoes at The Headies – Laycon



The Headies 2020 successfully held last week Sunday (21st February) where Nigerian rapper and reality TV star Laycon was one of the guest performers at the event but the major takeaway from his overall outing, turned out to be the gigantic pair of shoes he rocked while performing which made for a trend on microblogging platform, Twitter. A week later, Laycon has come out to tell the world why he chose to perform in those shoes.

Laycon who performed with DJ Neptune to the tunes of their hit single—‘Nobody’— wore a black round-neck vest to go with a matching glittering jacket and pant, topping the clothing with an all-white sneakers, a gigantic one at that, drawing comparison to the massive footwears Nephilims like Goliath wore back in the Biblical times.

An angle showing Laycon’s gigantic shoes worn at The Headies 2020.

Another angle showing Laycon’s gigantic shoes worn at The Headies 2020.

On what looked to be an Open-Mic performance, Laycon addressed the audience on why he wore such “oversized” pair of shoes to an event as grand as The Headies. Laycon said: “I told my stylist ‘I have different shoes but I want this one, it’s very big, it makes a statement.’ Every step I take is a big step towards wherever it is I’m going to and I need a big shoe for that.” He adds: “And it is also create a path for other people to follow, to know that the moves this guy has made, the can make those moves and also be successful.”

This however did not go down well with fans as they have tagged this as flimsy excuses and weak PR attempt at redeeming something inconsequential. Others just reacted with laughing emojis, treating the words of Laycon on the video as joke.

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