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Southeast governors slam soldiers for invading Kanu’s home

Southeast governors have taken a critical look at the clash between soldiers and supporters of Nnamdi Kanu which resulted in some people sustaining injury

– The governors condemned the action of the soldiers at a time they are working to create peace in the region

– They however promised to meet to stop a re-occurrence of such incident

Governors from the southeastern part of Nigeria have condemned the clash between soldiers and supporters of Nnamdi Kanu, the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB).

The clash occurred on Sunday, September 10, leaving some people injured and one person with bullet wounds. A soldier and a police officer were also injured in the incident.

In a statement by the director of information of the Southeast Governors Forum, Mr Mike Udah, the state chief executives are not happy with the incident.

READ ALSO: There was no attack on Nnamdi Kanu’s home – Police

The statement issued at the forum’s secretariat in Abakaliki, the governors said the incident was worrisome and disturbing.

The however expressed their resolve to continue to maintain peace in their respective domains and in the country.

The statement said that the governors had met with Kanu and some other Igbo stakeholders with the aim of ensuring that agitations for Biafra do not undermine the unity and oneness of Nigeria.

The governors said it was disheartening for security operatives to invade the home of Kanu when they were already intervening for a lasting solution to the issue.

“The South East Governors had held meetings in order that the agitations by Pro-Biafra groups do not escalate.

“The recent invasion of the home of Nnamdi Kanu does not speak well of the unity of the Nation. It is indeed worrisome.

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  1. “Meanwhile, efforts are being made by the governors to meet and nip such development in the bud,” the statement read.

earlier reported that Nnamdi Kanu and his followers claimed that the Nigerian army stormed his house in an attempt to eliminate him on Sunday, September 10.

Watch how a disabled supporter of Nnamdi Kanu is taking her love for Biafra:


ALBUM REVIEW: Patoranking – “God Over Everything”





Artiste – Patoranking
Album – God Over Everything
Features – Phyno, Wizkid, Sarkodie, Olamide, Elephant Man, Konshens, KWAM 1
Producers – Ball Jay, Wizzy Pro, Jazz Wad, E-Kelly, Sarz, GospelOnDeBeatz, Major Bangz, Dr Amir, Suck Mo & UC Prof, Da Piano
Label – Foston Muzik
Running Time –

After a long wait for this project, reggae/dance hall star, Patoranking finally dropped his album. God Over Everthing (GOE) is a truly a combination of soul, afropop, dance hall among others. The Girlie ‘O’ crooner proved to many of his fans that a lot has changed since he witnessed Alubarika. Like Pato said, the album consists of sounds that are truly different from an everyday song. Without further ado, here is the GOE album review.

Patoranking – The beginning was nice with his momma praying for him, it makes you want to feel the flow. Patoranking then takes us to another realm. Rap. The reggae man spitting some bars with a laced ‘Patoranking… Patoranking’  chorus. Different from every other song on the album.

God Over Everything – This is one of my best tracks on the album. Thanking God for his achievements, basically preaching and worshiping God for everything He’s done. The production was slick and Patoranking came through on this.

Cheating Zone – Another song for the reggae fans. Comes with a story line, describing Patoranking the toaster. Unfortunately, he’s toasting a girl in a relationship. The girl stays adamant, insisting no cheating zone despite ’em pPatoranking sweet words. A track with a nice story line you’ll bump.

Money ft Phyno – This instantly makes you forgive Patoranking for the Aboyo track as he features the man of the year on more like his ‘guts to glory’ track. Talking about how tough it was when he was nobody, and how he’s finally made it. Phyno just nailed it with his slick flows to round up an interesting collabo.

Killing Me – This is definitely an album for the ladies as yet again, Patoranking appreciates his lady who is killing him with her love. I liked all ’em baby ooo chorus lines which made it another groovy track.

Kind Love ft Wizkid – A groovy track especially when you have Wizkid coming through to do his thing. The blend between both artistes was there but the track is definitely not one of my favourites.

No Kissing Baby ft Sarkodie – What more can I say? Classic, interesting story line, chart topping, Sarkodie killing, fans’ favourite.

Mama Aboyo ft Olamide – On paper, this looks like a track worth anticipating. But in reality, this was trash. I guess the only reason this song made the tracklisk for #GOE was so that Olamide won’t be angry that Pato failed in keeping to his promise. It wasn’t just about Olamide though, even Patoranking left his worst on this track. The song is simply one of the worst songs I’ve heard in a while. Very lame lyrics.

Stammerer – This song is cool as Patoranking appreciates God for giving him a lovely girlfriend who turns out to be a stammerer. Patoranking isn’t deterred though as he promises to love his girlfriend no matter what the world or anyone thinks. Love indeed.

Love Town – This is another classic track that made me love the album. The production yet again was superb. The lyrics were lovely and the chorus was highly melodious. One I’ve stuck on replay for a while.

Halé Halé – It comes with a nice beat and yet again, Patoranking appreciating his beautiful lady. The song faltered to deceive but I feel featuring an M.I or a Jesse Jags would have just nailed it. I just feel it needed that extra touch of rap brilliance on a craftily produced beat.

Daniella Whine ft Elephant Man, Konshens – A typical reggae song that every DJ would definitely have on their playlist. This should definitely be a club banger with all ’em babes whining and bumping to it. More like reggae-pop. Elephant Man was excellent on the track.

Beautiful – Just like the title, the song is indeed beautiful, singing on a nicely laced soul beat. Patoranking brings his reggae sound in a lovely way, showering love on his lady. A reggae sound on an R’n’B beat, laced with some very soulful tones. Definitely one of my favourites.

Ayinde ft KWAM 1 – This is also one of my favourites in the album. I honestly had my reservations when I heard K1 was featured but it was something I looked forward to, especially with the fact that I have never in my life heard a reggae-fuji fusion. K1 really came through on this one. One for the owambe people.

All in all, I really enjoyed this album and still do enjoy the album. The album is basically about three things, appreciating the ladies, acknowledging God for what he’s achieved and obviously his journey to the top. My initial fear about my anticipation for the album was that, he would do the typical Nigerian secular noisy songs to endear it to the fans. Fortunately for me, he didn’t. Rather, he messed around different genres and merged them with his style to give birth to this album. This has to be one of my favourite albums to come out of Nigeria.

Rating – 3.5/5
B grade

Exclusive Interview with “AkayaDiizy” On TaYO TV

>Who are you and what do you do?

Am Akaya Diizy am a musician when I say a musician I mean I can do all types of music.

>Why Akaya Diizy?

Well its the amendment and abreviation on my name and sure name

>What’s your real name:

Well my real name is Uchenna Donald Onyenakeya

>You look younger what is your age:

Well for now am between 20 and 30 am still young

>Why do you do what you do?

yeah Cos I love it and I love music I love to make people smile to those things I say

>How do you work?

I work based on what I want to do an more of what my Fans want

>What’s your family background?

Ok am the Last born in a family of 6 mom and dad and three siblings an me

>What’s your educational background:

For now after secondary school I did diploma in computer I just had to wait but I will still continue my studies

>What role does the artist have in society?

Yeah I think I only play one role service to humanity

>What has been a seminal experience?

its been great I never believed until now I could see it my self, every day new things coming.

>Explain why you choose music:

I choose music cos its in my blood I can’t live without it everyday everynight I see music running in my memory, I see things happening am just Hungary to say it. But I can’t say if not music that helped to speak to teach and to learn.
I see it as an opportunity to express my self God has giving me

>What’s your strongest memory of your childhood?

When I was young like 8 or so I think I all the time I use to sing, one day I just climb a small cashew tree singing and shaking the tree I didn’t know when the branch am standing on break I fell and I had a serious injury

>What’s your scariest experience?

My scariest experience is failure I don’t just want to fail I pray to God to give me the strenght to continue.

>What’s your most embarrassing moment?

Its the day I was called for performance I went there and joined my friends I drank a lot, I went on stage I don’t even hear what my music is singing

>What jobs have you done other than being a music artist?

I also do computer networking, graphic design CCTV installation

>What do you dislike about the music world?

Fame it won’t give me the opportunity to hang around in the street see my friends and so many

>What do you like about your work?

Entertainment just wanna entertain people

>Should music art be funded?

That’s the main thing we fight for the money record label and people, Fans

>What is your dream project?
Simple to be successful in life.

>Name three artists you’d like to work with

I would like work with Flavour, Olamide, Tuface

>What are we expecting from you?
All the best am working very hard to make my music excellent

>What’s the best piece of advice you have for people out there?

my advice is patient and prayer just pray and believe in God life is turn by turn

Presenter: OK thanks for honouring this great Invitation… AkayaDiizy you can follow him on twitter and Instagram @AkayaDiizy

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Wizkid Signs New Artiste To Starboy

Top music star, Wizkid, has signed a new act to his label, Starboy Entertainment.

The ‘Babanla’ crooner, who owns Star Boy Entertainment, confirmed after been asked by a fan on twitter, to have recently signed a new act to his label.

Starboy Entertainment, already houses the likes of singer, L.A.X, producer Maleek Berry and DJ, DJ Tunez.


@wizkidayo are u gonna sign another artist soon??

— Annora Steve (@annora_steve) April 19, 2016

Yup!! Done already! Can’t wait to share #NostinkingShit

— Wizkid Ayo Balogun (@wizkidayo) April 19, 2016

Although Wizkid, did not reveal the act yet, rumor has it that the new act is none other than Tinny Entertainment signee, Ycee. The duo alongside L.A.X recently dropped a new song titled, ‘Ole’.

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ALBUM REVIEW: Seyi Shay – “Seyi or Shay”

Artiste – Seyi Shay

Album – Seyi or Shay

Guest Appearances – Cynthia Morgan, Phyno, Sound Sultan, Wizkid, Patoranking, Shaydee, Timaya, Femi Kuti, D’banj, Iyanya & Banky W

Producers – Mike Okoigun, Harmony Samuels, Jerome Williams, Otee Beatz, Legendury Beatz, Tee-Y Mix, Pheelz. Dokta Frabz, Johan Hugo, Princeton Beatz, Del B, Phame, Spax, DB Records

Record Label – Stargurl Limited (2015)

Duration – 01:03:48

Ex From Above singer Seyi Shay has dissociative identity disorder as she combats two identities in her drastically over-due debut album “Seyi or Shay”. After countless singles and management changes; “Shay”, a fierce, sassy, eccentric, edgy persona manifests to counter, “Seyi”, the traditional, homely, sultry, sleek, sexy diva exhibited in her debut single “Loving Your Way”. Diamonds are formed under pressure; with Tiwa Savage championing the afro-pop/beats genre and Yemi Alade governing the world and highlife music realm, Seyi did not break, rather the contralto created an alter ego to aid her find sonic balance between her western music influences and afro music to ensure that her “slayage” was supreme.

Did Seyi Shay deliver on her debut album? Yes, it is what the career doctor prescribed! Although Shay painfully dragged tons of male afro-pop giants to bless the set with “street credibility” at various stops; Seyi shines like an “Irawo” vocally, tackling various societal issues facing females and serving a near-perfect blend of ragga, afro-pop and highlife. Amidst the constant struggle between the different characters of “Seyi” or “Shay”, she tackles each number with emotional precision, skill and exceptional singing. Seyi Shay might not have the most expansive vocal range or be a vocal powerhouse yet she one of the most technical vocalists Nigeria has to offer.

For deeper insight on the album, digest our track-to-track analysis of “Seyi or Shay”.

Intro: Having dealt with her alter-ego first hand, Seyi introduces us to the care-free Shay, so that we are not caught off guard by her larger-the-life personality.
The Mic: Over a pop rock inspired instrumentation, Shay talks about Seyi’s struggle and the constant pressure she faced from society to rise to the occasion and succeed; she also gets cocky about the success she has attained as she sings, “I got the mic now, I guess I’m famous…I won’t use a gun, I kill them with my mic now, right now..” on the electronic guitar enriched chorus.
In Public (feat. Cynthia Morgan): Attention demanding synths, claps and kicks explode as Shay and the controversial Cynthia Morgan sing about the battle of not being the “side-chic” and wanting to be seen “In Public” with their lover. A perfect collaboration simply because Cynthia Morgan has the same persona with Shay.
Mary (feat. Phyno): Seyi Shay enlists indigenous Igbo speaking rapper Phyno on Otee Beatz produced hip-hop influenced “Mary”. She sings about the song’s character, a girl with a bad reputation; not the strongest song on the set but it just slides in. It is very safe to say that the said Mary, Shay sings about is Marijuana.
Right Now: The sultry “Right Now” is a mid-tempo reggae/R&B fusion that expresses the singer nostalgia about a former lover. She takes the bull by the balls proceeding to tell the said lover; “Touch Me Now, Right Now, now, now…” on the explosive chorus. She wants to recreate the relationship that happened in the past; that said the sexy number sprinkled slightly with Pidgin English is a lush ear candy.
Healer (feat. Sound Sultan): Seyi plans to heal the world with love accompanied by Sound Sultan. Just like “Right Now”, the ragga inspired “Healer” produced by Harmony Samuels is a sure winner.
Crazy (feat. Wizkid): Shay takes centre stage, as the seventh track kicks in. A thumping high-octane afro-beat duet with Wizkid, on the production angle by Lgendury Beatz.
No Vacancy: The Tee-Y Mix produced “No Vacany”, sees Seyi return to the musical stylings of her debut singles “No Lele”, “Loving Your Way” and “Irawo”. Seyi sings about out-growing a past lover from a hazardous relationship who is seeking to return. This is a captivating afro R&B gem, packed with brilliant vocal layering, background vocals and ad-libs. “No Vacany” is a personal favourite from the LP; it showcases various shades of Seyi’s vulnerabilities and strengths.
Pack and Go (feat. Olamide): Aimed at gaining Shay, a street-hop base and give the LP some street cred. Olamide guest stars on “Pack and Go”. Despite the annoying use of effects on Shay’s vocals, “Pack and Go” talks about domestic abuse in an interesting manner. The returnee vocalist wants out of an abusive relationship, while the street-hop titan wants to make it work; in all the Pheelz produced rap-sung track
Murda (feat. Shaydee & Patoranking): Easy, breezy, and beautiful! Seyi Shay feeds off Patoranking ragga style and Shaydee’s distinct vocals to deliver a clean mid-tempo summer ragga number.
Higher: Seyi flips the coin as she brings her stellar pipes, hunting instrumentation on a powerful message that rises to unexpected heights vocally and musically. “Higher” showcases Seyi’s amazing singing abilities, even more than the previously leaked “Air Brush”. Spiritually themed, “Higher” is arguably “Seyi or Shay” brightest moment.
Everlasting Love: Although it becomes likeable when not fully paid attention, the lukewarm poppy “Everlasting Love” drops the bar.
Killing Me Softly (feat. Timaya): Reworked and slightly different from the version released as a single in 2013; the album version of the Timaya assisted “Killing Me Softly” is very likeable and easy to digest. “Kiling Me Softly” glides into the set without hassle.
Church (feat. Boj): Seyi plans to take her haters and enemies to the church with this infectious, smooth and groovy mid-tempo duet with underrated alternative artiste Boj. Seyi exercises restraint allowing the calm melody and message do most the work although we would have loved to hear Seyi go big on the chorus like she did on “No Vacancy” or “Higher”.
Loud (feat. Femi Kuti): A Seyi Shay and Femi Kuti collaboration sounds fabulous on paper but not so much in reality. “Loud” is average at best as Shay employs the eldest son of afrobeat pioneer Fela Kuti, to bless her afrobeat inspired track with his Saxophone; Kuti delivered but Shay’s lyrics and delivery missed the bull’s eye.
Tina (feat. D’Banj): Featuring D’banj to tap into his fanbase has it pros and Listeners might end up being torn between D’banj drowning Seyi with his vocals and the beauty of the harmonica enriched highlife instrumentation. On “Tina”, D’banj fails to compliment Seyi’s vocals or arouse any goosebumps.
Love Wan Tin Tin: Seyi gets back on her feet with a racy delivery on “Love Wan Tin Tin”. Where did you go? The 3 minutes R&B and high-life fusion is short and sweet. “Love Wan Tin Tin” is the album filler the doctor prescribed. More Seyi and Tee-Y Mix please?
Jangilova: Ending the musical ordeal is the Del B produced high-life romantic number “Jangilova”. Seyi’s shakes off her western musical styling and sings like a foreigner trying to impress a villager and tries to embody the “highlife diva” on “Jangilova”. Not the most epic album finale to be experienced, yet a Seyi Shay and Del B combo is a meal not to miss.
Right Now (Remix) [feat. Banky W & Iyanya]: Iyanya and Banky W did not push right now to new boundaries; the original slays this remix. Camp Shay should have treated us to bonus tracks from previous released singles richer than this so-so remix; they could have picked from “Ragga Ragga”, “Chairman”, “No Lele”, “Loving Your Way”, “Irawo” or “Air Brush”.
Rating: 3/5


Reviewed by Ogaga Sakpaide [ @Ogagus ]

Ogaga Sakpaide is a music enthusiast and digital public relations expert.

The thoughts expressed in this article are solely the author’s. They are not in any way connected with, or a representation of

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D’Banj, Femi Kuti & More Feature on Seyi Shay’s “Seyi or Shay” Album | View Tracklist

Seyi Shay‘s debut album “Seyi or Shay” is slated to be released today.

According to the singer, the long awaited LP will hit stores in less than two hours at the time of reporting. Ahead of the arrival of “Seyi or Shay”, the album official tracklist has been made available. Check on it below!

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Remember the popular Twitter campaign #ThingsILongThroatFor? (Click here) Well, turns out, it was a smart launch for the reveal of the new 60CL Pepsi bottle, AKA The Long Throat Bottle.

Wow! The campaign set Twitter on fire! Nigerian celebrities like Wizkid, Tiwa Savage and Seyi Shay went on Twitter to announce the things they Long-Throat for! Even me sef do am! (Click here)

Well, the new 60CL Pepsi bottle is not only now 20% bigger than the previous Pepsi bottle, but it also still retails for the same price. So it contains even more for those who thirst for longer refreshment, longer satisfaction and longer enjoyment! This increase also applies to Mirinda, 7UP and Teem.

Pepsi Long Throat Bottle! A smart and refreshing offer from Pepsi Nigeria! Click here to watch the new Pepsi ad featuring the  stars with Long necks.

Oh okay! So the long necks is just a funny way to show just how much they want  and Long Throat for more and more Pepsi! How Cool!

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R. Kelly Features Wizkid On New Album “Buffet” | See Tracklist

Renowned American singer, songwriter, record producer and rapper R. Kelly has unveiled the tracklist for his 13th studio album “Buffet”. The Grammy award-winning singer who is often referred to as the “King of R&B” features Nigeria’s Wizkid on the track “I Just Want To Thank You”, housed on the deluxe edition of the LP.

“Buffet” will hit stores on December 11, 2015.

Exciting Times!

Peep the tracklist below;

Standard Edition

1. “The Poem”
2. “Poetic Sex”
3. “Anything Goes” feat. Ty Dolla $ign
4. “Let’s Make Some Noise” feat. Jhené Aiko
5. “Marching Band” feat. Juicy J
6. “Switch Up” feat. Lil Wayne and Jeremih
7. “Wanna Be There” feat. Ariirayé
8. “All My Fault”
9. “Wake Up Everybody”
10. “Get Out Of Here With Me”
11. “Backyard Party”
12. “Sextime”
13. “Let’s Be Real Now” feat. Tinashe

Deluxe Edition

14. “I Just Want to Thank You” feat. WizKid
15. “Keep Searchin’”
16. “Sufferin’”
17. “I Tried”
18. “Barely Breathin’”

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Seyi Shay Signs Endorsement Deal With Pepsi As Her #ThingsILongThroatFor Comes To Life

WOW! Seyi Shay told the whole world that she long-throats for Wizzy’s job! She said “I long throat to be a Pepsi Brand Ambassador #ThingsILongThroatFor” and this morning, her Long Throat wish came true!!!

Congratulations to super talented singer/songwriter Seyi Shay, who was officially unveiled as the latest Nigerian musician to bag the highly coveted Pepsi brand endorsement.

Joining the ranks of other Pepsi Stars, WizKid and Tiwa Savage, the latest signing began her musical journey in the UK with a group signed by Sony/Columbia Records and was managed by global mega star Beyonce’s father Matthew Knowles. Seyi’s top Naija songs also include a hit collaboration with her Pepsi co-ambassador WizKid.

Wow! Wishes do come true! Seyi Shay is on fire! You go girl!

Well, what are the things you long throat for? cos you might be lucky too.

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Jesse Jagz Reveals “Emperor Jagz” Album Artwork

Choc City’s rapper, Jesse Jagz has revealed the artwork to his soon to be released album titled “Emperor Jagz”

Jesse Jegz took to instagram to share the album artwork after deleting all photos on his account.

Then he wrote

“Then I saw thrones, and seated on them. I am Emperor,”

This is quite an album to anticipate, though no release date has been put across to fans yet.

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