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Davido Marks His 9th Year In The Music Industry



Popular Nigerian singer, David Adeleke, better known by his stage name, Davido, has taken to social media to celebrate nine years of being in the Nigerian music industry.

Davido no doubt, has come a long way in the music industry from his early days in which Dami Duro was a hit song everyone danced to, all the way down to his A Good Time album currently rocking the airwaves.

The singer recently shown off his son in a new video. For the Blow My Mind crooner, his family comes first and he never fails to inform anyone who cares to know about it.

With the coronavirus lockdown, the father of three is spending more time at home with his family, especially with his son’s mother, Chioma.

The singer on many occasions expressed his fears of the pandemic and shared how he has been taking precautions.

From showing off his packs of face masks to getting a temperature detector, the father of three is not taking chances at all.

In similar news, popular Nigerian music business executive, Micheal Collins Ajereh aka Don Jazzy, recently left his fans and followers surprised after he shared an unknown information about his career in the entertainment industry.

Don Jazzy made the disclosure during an exchange with a fan who had hailed him for being one of the long standing celebrities in the industry.

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Saint Set To Drop His Debut Single ‘My Last’ Under New Label On Saturday



Budding Ghanaian artiste, Saint, signed unto CK Entertainment on Saturday, July 12, 2020, dropped his first song under the label dubbed ‘My last’ which features Mohammed and was produced by Klickz, talks about true love.

According to Saint, ‘My Last’ was inspired by most youth in Ghana, “what inspired me to write that song is how the modern Ghanaian youth would place material things before true love, in the song, am painting a picture telling us to settle with true love and definitely God will shower his riches on us.”

He doubles as a songwriter and calls himself, “I classify myself as a conscious musician and that is because most of my songs depict daily life activities and also inspire people in every aspect of life. Unlike other artists am not limited, am a fast learner so it very easy for me to adjust to new trends”

Saint has songs like ‘Gbelemor Ma Enter’ ‘Ur Love’ ‘Crown Me King’ ‘Sarkawa’ ‘One More Time’ and his current song ‘My last’ He advises that young artists should focus more on mastering their craft and also be prayerful because God is the only person that will make their dreams come true.

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Ghanaian Record Producer, Juls, Joins Grammy Recording Academy As A Voting Member



Ghanaian Disk Jockey and record producer, Juls, has joined Lil Nas X, Gunna, Victoria Monet and other 2,321 people who have been invited to join the Recording Academy. That is nearly 1,000 more invitations than the academy issued last year, when it invited 1,340 new members. (Of those, 743 took the academy up on its offer.)

He was selected by a committee of industry peers based on exceptional contributions to the music community. As the world’s preeminent membership organization for performers, songwriters, producers and engineers, he will work together with other members to build a better and more inspiring world for music and its makers.

“We are pleased to offer you this opportunity to celebrate, represent and give back to music and its creators as a new member of the Recording Academy,” the invitation letter to the musician, who shared portions of it on social media, reads. “The power of the Recording Academy’s collective voice increases exponentially with you.”

“Membership is the lifeblood of the Recording Academy. Having an active, representative membership is fundamental to everything we do. Recording Academy members are a collective voice that together creates a better world for music and its makers, and has the ability to move our industry forward.”

“Recording Academy membership is a privilege reserved for those whose excellent professional accomplishments are matched by their passion for the music community.”

Julian Nicco-Annan, better known by his stage name Juls, is a British-Ghanaian record producer, disc jockey, and musician. He is best known for the production of songs like ”Bankulize” and “Skin Tight” by Mr Eazi , “Feel Alright” by Show Dem Camp,” Rudebwoi Love” by Stonebwoy and ”Gwarn” by Burna Boy. He has collaborated with labels like BBnz Live, Toko Beatz, Stereofly Records, Cosmic Harmony, and Lost Ones.

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Patoranking Endorses Kofi Jamar’s Jam With Stonebwoy



LAGOS STATE – 13 th July 2020 – Multiple-Award Winning Nigerian musician Patoranking took to his Facebook early hours of Monday, July 13 to throw his weight behind the new single from emerging Ghanaian artiste Kofi Jamar. The song dubbed “Mi Dey Up remix” featuring Dancehall heavyweight Stonebwoy, was released on Friday 10th July 2020 and it is an inspirational song to motivate the youth to stay woke amidst all struggles and life hustles.

This is what Patoranking has to say;

Kofi Jamar & Stonebwoy. My favorite tune at the moment. ❤️ Go check it out guys 🔥

Publiée par Patoranking sur Lundi 13 juillet 2020

Patoranking, who has worked with some top Ghanaian artistes as well as some of the big names in Africa and the world at large last released a project as far back February 14, 2020. Should we expect a new Patoranking project soon and possibly a Patoranking and Kofi Jamar record in the future?

Kofi Jamar, a nominee at the forthcoming Vodafone Ghana Music Award 2020 in the Unsung Category has since March 2020 released a single with Iceprince & Khaligraph Jones, a 6-track EP
titled “The Truth EP” and this new one “Mi Dey Up Remix” featuring Stonebwoy, with nine (9) music videos to his credit since emerging on the scene in January 2019.

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MAPARIWO: Zinoleesky Offers Detailed Instructions To His Lover In New Song [WATCH]



Zinoleesky newly released single, “MaPariwo” shows how he’s adjusting to his post-“Caro” acclaim, as he offers detailed instructions to his lover to keep their relationship lowkey; “Ma Pariwo/ I don’t want your neighbors to know my name.” Produced by Tripsss, the feet-tapping instrumentals for “MaPariwo” set a groovy backdrop for Zinoleesky’s repurposing of Wale Thomson’s classic, “Lalale Friday”.

Zinoleesky’s narration of his sexual affair infuses some English and pidgin English lyrics with the Yoruba lyrics from the original song and it’s as NSFW as you could have predicted. The music video directed by WC Films captures the raunchy imagery of Zinoleesky’s lyrics where we see him being amorous with a dancer in a room.

Last year, Marlian Music’s Zinoleesky emerged as one of the exciting new voices from Nigeria’s street music scene, and his single, “Popo” confidently foreshadowed his imminent rise to mainstream acclaim. He has since gone on to make a name for himself through his impressive performance on the Naira Marley-assisted “Caro”, which gave us a good idea of his playful melodies, charming songwriting and the honeyed vocals that complete the package.

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