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“Olamide Don’t Collect Royalty Money From His Signees” – Viktoh Reveals



Ex YBNL signed act, Viktoh has revealed how his former boss, Olamide never took a penny off him, while he was still at YBNL Records.

The singer made the headlines earlier during the year when he revealed his close friends treated him badly after he took a break from music. 

Now, it appears the singer is back on his feet and is ready to drop songs for his fans.

The ‘Skibi Dat’ crooner made this revelation, during an interview with TooXclusive, about his relationship with his former record label boss, Olamide.

According to him, Olamide never collected a dime from while he was still in the record label. 

He further revealed that, unlike other record label bosses, he had full access to his YouTube, Apple, and Spotify accounts.

He also added that the success of his hit song, “Skibi Dat” is what has kept him till date.

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Car racing is the sport for Rexxie and Mohbad ‘Ko Por Ke’ video



Producer Rexxie (of the producer tag “Rexxie pon this one”) and Mohbad unleash the video for their collaborative Street-Hop smash-hit single—Ko Por Ke in an adrenaline filled video where car racing is chosen as the sport.

The WG Films directed visuals feature a lot street dancers showcasing their legwork skills and other dance moves aligning with the up-tempo beat while Rexxie and Mohbad entertaining the crowd in a thrilling game of car racing.

Instagram skit maker and influencer, okikidft lands a cameo in the visuals for Ko Por Ke. As stated earlier, Rexxie and Mohbad engage in a street car racing game but it was unauthorised and in time, the police engage them in a chase.

To know if they outsped the police car and eventually who won the race, stream the video below:

Ko Por Ke is the first single off of Rexxie’s upcoming project – “A True Champion” – which is set to feature a host of artistes, locally and internationally.

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Spotify to finally launch in Nigeria and 80+ more countries worldwide



Most foremost music streaming platform, Spotify finally to launch their ever evolving market in Nigeria and this can only mean better exposure and more revenue (income wise) to artistes in Nigeria.

Spotify which launched in Sweden on the 7th of October 2008 offers customers a 6-month trial (with ads) before they (the customers) begin paying for ads-free streaming and downloading of music contents and podcasts.

Although as at right now, Spotify cost a jaw-dropping $9.99 per month (in the country where it exists) which equals a sum of almost ₦4,000 (3,800) but that might get reduced in order for them to compete with the most favoured music streaming platform in Nigeria – Apple Music – which charges just ₦900 per month for an individual subscription.

Spotify’s PR had Mr. Eazi and Burna Boy run the advertisement and social media awareness on their soon to launch app for the Nigerian market launch.

Spotify also offers artiste the cpm range value between $3 to $5 which approximately lies between ₦1,400 to ₦1, 900 per 1000 streams, giving artistes the option of generating income as they release music for listener’s pleasure.

Nigeria will not be the only African country benefitting from Spotify launching in new countries as Mali, Niger, Togo, Zimbabwe, Uganda and many more.

A date is not set for the launch of Spotify in Nigeria but according to the information put out in social media, we know it is only going to take “few days” before the dream becomes a reality.

Additional, Spotify gives podcasters the opportunity to make a living by uploading such contents on the streaming service. Spotify does this through Anchor, the most used podcast app, acquired by Spotify in 2019 for an estimated amount of $14M.

Spotify not only comes with an easy to use user interface but helps in distributing audio contents uploading on it to other streaming services, thereby making it easier for content creators to have a wide range of audience while providing a personal monthly and a year-round wrapped breakdown of music listened to by a customer.

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Nigerians on Twitter criticize Headies for not awarding Naira Marley ‘Best Street-Hop Artiste’



The Headies for the year under consideration 2019/2020 was held yesterday (Sunday, 21 February) at the Eko Hotel & Suites, Victoria Island, Lagos. Not surprising as it is the Headies custom, it generated a lot of views, controversial moments and debates surrounding the whole event.

One of the raving subject of discussion as at right now is that which pertains to the the category—Best Street-Hop— which Mayorkun won for his banging jam – ‘Geng’.

For context, the nominated aristes under the Best Street-Hop Artistes are:

• Naira Marley & Young John – Mafo
• Mayorkun – Geng
• Reminisce feat. Olamide & Naira Marley – Instagram
• Rudeboy – Audio Money
• IVD & Zlatan – Bolanle
• Olamide – Pawon

As stated earlier, Mayorkun turned out to be the chosen one among the group but Nigerians object to the Headies choice of winner, picking Naira Marley as their winner instead, airing their disappointment via Twitter.

One of the many objections came from Naira Marley’s fellow Street-Hop rapper, CDQ, accusing the Headies for playing politics with the award and blasting them for not showing conscience towards who the rightful winner (according to his judgement) should be.

While some feel Naira Marley did not win because of throwing subliminal shot at the event organisers some few years back. Naira Marley in his usual controversial manner tweeted: “Legowork bigger than headies2019 [sic]”.

Naira Marley subs the Headies Awards back in 2019

Naira Marley made that tweet in defence of his close associate and rapper, Zlatan, after Rema won the Headies 2019 ‘Next Rated’ over Zlatan Ibile.

While others have the notion, Mayorkun although an excellent artiste, does no deserve to be victorious in that category. Concluding bonafide Street-Hop artistes in Olamide, Zlatan, Reminisce should have been chosen as winner if at all Naira Marley did not win.

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