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“My children are the best gifts I have” – Ubi Franklin



Ubi Franklin, owner of Made Men Music Group (MMG), home to Tekno and former label to Iyanya, Selebobo and DJ Coublon, who also act as the Special Adviser on Tourism to the Cross River state governor, Ben Ayade came online to state the greatest gift he has received so far in his 34 years of being on earth and those are his beloved children.

After a thread of tweets he put out on his page, where he started off by implying the bad impression people might have of him due to his past relationships woes, (Ubi Franklin has four children from different mothers), which has led to “abuse and [him being called] all sort of names” but he reaffirms his position in his children’s life and clearly states to his haters: “that does not make me a bad person.”

Although having four children “from four beautiful and brilliant women”, Ubi Franklin makes sure to give his children the fatherly love and guidance they deserve. He goes on to name his four children and state some qualities he enjoys the most in them.

He says via his tweet: “When you talk to Ariella at 15 months she loves food and when you don’t give her she warns you, very beautiful to watch her do that.
Zaneta is a power ranger , she doesn’t like food, like her daddy” continuing, “Jayden is a Daddy’s boy, he doesn’t like leaving when he comes to visit, he calls me by my name “ubi” and when he needs something he calls me daddy.
Shiloh beautiful bow legs and cute eyes will get you addicted.
This and many more I enjoy from fatherhood.”

He does not stop at showing love to his kids but also made sure to thank their mothers, clarifying that no matter how the world and media might perceive his relationship with them all, that will never be a stance for him to bring their issues to social media by calling them out.

Ubi went on to state his mental health and stability might have been in jeopardy, if not for his kids, saying: “I might have since taken my life if I didn’t have these children.”

He ended the thread of tweets on a grand note and like the proud father he is with the reassuring words: “My children are the best gifts I have”.

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Laycon’s reality TV show breaks record



BBN Laycon’s “I Am Laycon” Reality Show Breaks Streaming Records Despite the fact that the show might be finished, the champ of the last big brother naija season, “Laycon” isn’t done “breaking records”.

The victor who won the bbnaija reality TV show with a 60% record breaking rate has done another record on show max, with his new reality TV show “I Am laycon ” which is been communicated in excess of 200 countries.

I Am LAYCON, a reality show which debuted Feb. 10 on Showmax has broken the Nigerian record for the most seen show on its first day on Showmax.

This was unveiled in an articulation that was made accessible to Journalists in Lagos by Showmax’s Public Relations Officer in Nigeria, Onna Okafor. It said the reality series , which is the primary Showmax original shot, created in Nigeria, has the most elevated first-day views for any show ever on the web-based feature in Nigeria, including other famous Reality shows like Big Brother Naija and Mercy and Ike.

As per the statememt, seven days after its presentation, it stays in the main most-famous spot on Showmax in Nigeria. I Am LAYCON follows the Big Brother Naija season 5 champ, Lekan Agbeleshe famously known as “Laycon”, and his team comprised of his nearest loved ones.

The arrangement debuted solely on Showmax at 12 PM, Feb. 10 with superfans known as iCONS keeping awake to watch the initial five scenes with the #IAmLayconShowmax hashtag.I Am LAYCON is at present spilling in 26 nations outside Africa including the United Kingdom, Italy, France and Germany.

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Ruger starrs in self-tiled ‘Ruger’ music video



Jonzing World newest artist, debuts his solo single, self-tiled—Ruger— on which he practically tells the world what he is about. “Ruger is da lockdown, Ruger is da pandemic” he says at the end of the second verse. “Violation when me step into your hood” he begins the other, “Me or the rest, you choose” he warns on the next stanza.

Ruger is a Pop infused reggae (vibes) track which has Ruger flexing his ability to outperform any competition in the music industry and basically sends the message that he (Ruger) is in the game for the long run.

Ruger continues his on-screen and media appearance with the signature patch on his right eye. D’prince (Jonzing World boss) makes an appearance in the video. The video is directed by uax studio.

Watch the video for Ruger below:

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Pheelz releases debut EP – ‘Hear Me Out’ (first listen review)



Nigerian producer extraordinaire, Pheelz aka Pheelzonthebeat, known for his riddim-ma-cool-la-yor tag releases his debut EP as promised and trust me, it is definitely work the worth. The EP has the title—Hear Me Out.

Cover artwork for Hear Me Out EP.

On reasons behind choosing Hear Me Out as the title for his debut project, Pheelz (born Phillip Kayode Moses) explains, the world has heard his beats, his sound, now is the time for the world to hear the voice behind the Rii tag

Hear Me Out is filled with five songs that is sung across different genre of music but Pop as their foundation sound. ‘Wayward Girl’ blends Pop with Afrobeat (Afro-Pop if you may); ‘Somebody’ mixes electronic with Pop; ‘La Vida’ brings back the Afro-Pop vibes; on ‘One Life’, Pheelz visits the surging Amapiano sound from South Africa; with ‘Many Men’ Pheelz explores the Carribean-born Reggae sound.

Tracklist and credits for Hear Me Out EP.

While keeping the lyrics cordial, sensual and carefree according to the subject matter of each song, Pheelz really did an excellent job on his debut project, not forgetting the fact he did all this without features, even making it more impressive.

Another impressive feat, Pheelz accomplished apart from being the sole and only producer on his debut project, he also stands as the sole songwriter on Hear Me Out (according to credits).

Probably if I could change or add anything as a suggestion, it would come on the second track – ‘Somebody’. I would have loved to hear more of the electronic production, instead of Pheelz who opt to add the electronic guitar instrumentation majorly at the beginning of the track and to close it.

Listen to and stream Hear Me Out:

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