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Tiwa Savage and Seyi Shay caught in a heated argument at the salon (video); here might be why

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It was a rainy cool day (at least in most part of the country) until a video surfaced online via popular media head and influencer, Tunde Ednut’s page of female Nigerian singers, Tiwa Savage and Seyi Shay in a very heated argument over what seems to be a matter of disrespect coming from the latter.

From the video embedded above, it’s obvious that “Mummy Jam Jam” Tiwa Savage felt slighted in the manner of approach Seyi Shay tried using in greeting her. Although it wasn’t recorded, it appeared Seyi Shay had walked up to Tiwa Savage in a bid to exchange pleasantries, even saying “Hi” in the process but Tiwa was not having it; immediately ceasing the moment to call out her fellow Nigerian artiste for disrespecting her via her (i.e Seyi Shay’s) music and in many interviews.

You say you be my sister but you wan collect my lover / You be deceiver, olofofo heart-robber / Na why I no dey f–k with you anymore / I no dey die for you anymore / You know I’m not savage, I dey pay my bills” were Sheyi Shay’s exact lyrics in a song she released some years back, in which she covered Kizz Daniel’s “Fvck You”, apparently calling out Tiwa Savage for trying to “collect [her] lover” even name-dropping Tiwa’s maiden last name—Savage—and ex-husband, Tee Billz.

That might have been the root cause of the rift between Tiwa and Seyi at the salon which turned into all sorts of name calling and slut-shaming from both parties as can be seen from the video embedded below.

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“I’m an authentic person and that’s what my brand stands for” – Olamide on why he does not lobby for international acclaim

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Olamide Adedeji, Olamide as he is professionally known; rapper, singer and label executive whose career has spanned over a decade and still continuing to blossom is one of the rare examples of Nigeria and African act whose music cuts across boarders despite very few or no feature(s) with an international act.

Olamide who had his big break musically in the early 2010s and since then have been churning hits after hits with albums after albums leading to him being one of the most respected music creators in the country, speaks with The Guardian on why he never lobbies for international features and acclaim despite being a top dog in the music industry, he says: “I’m never going to be desperate, or make funny moves because I’m trying to be successful”, furthering, “I’m an authentic person and that’s what my brand stands for.”

Read the full article written on Olamide by The Guardian.

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Joeboy’s “Somewhere Between Beauty and Magic” & “Sex Over Love” by Blaqbonez make Rolling Stone’s ‘The Best Albums of 2021 So Far’ list

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The mantra “Afrobeat to the world” continues to soar beyond measurable heights, Joeboy’s and Blaqbonez’s 2021 released albums add to the many testaments of the above statement, i.e mantra as they are both included on Rolling Stone‘s The Best Albums of 2021 So Far.

On the 4th of February released Somewhere Between Beauty and Madness, J.D for Rolling Stone penned: “Whether he’s singing about love and marriage or more ephemeral romance, everything on this uniquely pretty records flows with the warmth, generosity, and beauty of an Al Green valentine.” while for Blaqbonez’s audacious album preaching on gynephilia opposed to intimate attraction and true love, the magazine brand had this to say: “Sex Over Love offers a cohesive collection of hip-hop and Afropop

2021 continues to produce fine fruits for both artistes, for one both albums of theirs have respectively appeared on different charts, reaching the summit, that is, No. 1, even producing singles that have done the numbers and charted as well.

You can read the full article here.

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PrettyboyDO stays resilient despite “Living in Bondage” (new track)

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PrettyboyDO ruggedity, rigidity and resilience relfects on new single – Living in Bondage. Right from the intro, prettyboydo shows he is not ready to bend or bow to any opposition, he says: “My mama wake up every morning, pray to God say: ‘protect my only son’. Me say: ‘ mama don’t pray for me, pray for them’”.

Living in Bondage is prettyboydo’s way of saying no matter what his thrown his way in form of opposition and persecution, he will never wave the white flag.

Mom I’m at war / Say a prayer cause I’m in war” he reveals on the first track before complementing it on the chorus with the statement, “Bondage Bondage / Say me living in bondage / Here tomorrow’s not promised / ‘Cause me living in bondage”.

PrettyboyDO highlights some circumstances leading to him Living in Bondage, they include gang activities or insecurities and backward mentality of people he is surrounded by but in spite of all that, he sings on how focused he is on the paper chase and how he will not allow their poor reasoning affect him.

Listen to Living in Bondage; the track’s production is handled by Trill XO and Tochi Bedford.

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