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“Your faves are Homophobic Misogynistic f—ks”- Temmie Ovwasa drags Olamide

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Former YBNL signee and first lady, Temmie Ovwasa (pronounced ‘O-wa-sa’) has taken to Twitter to blast off rapper and former record label owner, YBNL’s boss Olamide.

Temmie who was discovered by Olamide through her demos sent to him by a friend and her Instagram song covers videos before getting signed to YBNL in 2016 but in the long run only managed to release 4 songs after a scintillating debut single in “Jabole” has finally decided to let the air out in form of agony and pain by blasting her former label and its boss.

Although we are not sure when her relationship and deal with YBNL and Olamide fell off due to it not being publicised but one thing is clear now – Temmie is not hiding in the dark no more regarding her contractual fallout with YBNL.

In a series of tweets, she accused Olamide of not paying mind to her career and just bringing her all the way from Ilorin to Lagos despite her not begging him for a favor or a record deal, even going further to reveal Olamide acted as an antagonist to her music career, saying any shows, events, promotion, whatsoever brought her way, he was the barricade between her and those opportunities.

“You don’t give a person hope & snatch it from them.” Temmie Ovwasa claims regarding her contract with Olamide and says she is done being quiet after being signed to YBNL for 5 years and only releasing a handful of singles, she tweeted: “5 years, 4 single, no videos. If that’s how he got to where he is he should come and explain @Olamide”.

Temmie Ovwasa is ready to stand her ground regarding the accusations, bodly stating she wants all the smoke, even calling Olamide by his government, making her intentions clear: “Olamide Adedeji, I will always have your name in my mouth. Silence is not my language.”

Despite the shambolic scence created by Temmie so far, Olamide ceases to respond but according to her, it is just another tactic by the rapper, as she claims he has been using his fans and supporter to try and silence all her efforts in bringing this matter to the limelight.

Temmie did not stop at her own mess of a situation with YBNL and Olamide, citing former YBNL signees – Limerick, Picazo Rhap, Davolee, Chinko Ekun, Yomi Blaze, Xino and Lyta – as prime examples of how Olamide treats his signed artistes. None of the mentioned artistes have spoken up to deny or accept the accusations yet.

She ended her long series of tweets with a groundbreaking episode, bodly calling Olamide out for homophobia and misogyny. She wrote: “Your faves are Homophobic Misogynistic f–ks who don’t give a f–k about you. Know this and know peace or keep kissing their unwashed a-ses.” Temmie Ovwasa is a proud member of the LGBTQ community and a queer herself to back up the accusations.

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Focalistic links up with Davido for the video of ‘Ke Star’ remix

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South African acts, Focalistic and Vigro Deep recruits Davido for the music video of the trending Amapiano single—Ke Star.

Ke Star is an Amapiano-EDM record, requiring lesser amount of vocals from the artistes involved while giving room for listeners to gyrate to the bouncy beat and that its visuals supplies in excess with different dancers showing off various typical South African dances.

The fashion, color and scenery is also something to watch out for in Ke Star remix videos. Watch the video below:

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Vector and MI have an upcoming collaboration on the way, titled ‘Crown of Clay’

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Finally, every Hip-Hop and Rap fan in Nigeria get what they have been waiting on for a very long time, a collaboration between two of Africa’s most respected rap figures, Vector “tha Viper” and “Mr Incredible, ‘MI’ Abaga”. They’re to work together on the collaboration titled—Crown of Clay.

MI and Vector as we know had their almost a decade long infamous feud which resulted in a lot of name callings, insults, unnecessary charter, indirect subs and most importantly – the diss tracks (both from a personal point of view and collectively from their individual cliques).

The year 2020 though brought an end to their beef when Alcoholic brand—Hennesy VSOP —organised for the artistes to meet and reconcile amicably through the YouTube series – ‘The Conversation by Hennessy artistry’ – much to the delight of fans (or maybe not, because those diss tracks were amazingly fire and quite engaging I am not even going to lie *laughing emoji*). And few months later, we are meant to enjoy two of Nigeria’s most lyrical and commercially successful rappers on a track. Wow!

Although not much detail is known as to the collaboration—Crown of Clay, whether it is going to be just a single, or eventually turn out to be a project – EP, mixtape or album – but we know it will soon come according to MI while vector simply tells fans to make sure they turn on post notifications; for sure, this is a must follow-up story and fans will be eager to know how it eventually turns out.

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Ric Hassani releases sophomore album – ‘The Prince I Became’

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Fresh off his vividly voiced single, ‘Thunder Fire You’, Ric Hassani drops his sophomore, two years after making a resounding debut on the Nigerian music scene. He titles his second LP—The Prince I Became.

Cover artwork for The Prince I Became|PC: @RicHassani (Twitter)

If there is one thing we have learnt from Ric Hassani since making his debut, it is that he is not afraid to voice his emotions, even if it means being literal, thinking out loud, as in the case of recent and promotional single for his sophomore album – ‘Thunder Fire You’.

The Prince I Became judging from the tracklist boasts to be genre mixing, infusing Ric Hassani’s staple – R&B and Pop – while also creating space for Gospel, recruiting some of gospel’s finest in Calledout Music and Frank Edwards on ‘Victory Belongs To Jesus’.

What to expect from The Prince I Became? Excellent vocals and storytelling as always, the classic Ric Hassani style while also banking on him to give us some shake body jam like ‘Do Lai Dat’ featuring Kuami Eugene. From the tracklist, we can also tell the album is a flurry of emotions, mostly of love while the latter part of the album, especially the last three songs on it, Ric Hassani turns our attention to the Lord, Jesus Christ, spreading the gospel in his own little way.

Tracklist for The Prince I Became|PC: @RicHassani (Twitter)

Stream/Listen to The Prince I Became below:

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