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Joeboy Unveiled Brand Ambassador For Samsung Mobile

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JoeBoy; a Nigerian singer and songwriter has been unveiled the official brand and product ambassador for Samsung Mobile, Nigeria. The emPawa signed artiste will represent the company positively in a multitude of settings and increase the awareness and the sale of the Galaxy A series; line of mid-range smartphones and tablets manufactured by the South Korean multinational electronics company.

Samsung introduced the 2020 Galaxy A series a few months after the release of mid-generation refresh of the 2019 series (Ax0s models). The series brought new features such as geometric design, newer and faster SoCs (compared to their predecessor), Hole-punch display (on some devices) & increased RAM and storage options.

The dimension of the smartphone is 164 x 75.8 x 8.9 mm and it weighs 205 grams. The smartphone is pack with 3 GB, 4 GB, and 6 GB RAM with 32 GB, 64 GB, and 128 GB internal storage options. The device runs on the Android 10 operating system. It features GPS with A-GPS, GLONASS, GALILEO, BDS, USB Type-C 2.0, and FM radio. It is built with a Glass front, plastic back, and plastic frame.

It is fueled with a non-removable Li-Po 5000 mAh battery + Fast battery charging 15W. The smartphone features a 6.5 inches TFT display that has a 720 x 1560 pixels resolution. The device comes in various colors such as Black, White, Blue, and Red. The smartphone is integrated with a Single SIM (Nano-SIM) or Dual SIM (Nano-SIM, dual stand-by). It features quad camera: 48 MP (wide) + 5 MP (ultrawide) + 2 MP (macro) + 2 MP (depth) while on the front there is a 8 MP camera.

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‘Queen Of Kings’ Eno Barony Drops Sophomore Album – ‘Ladies First’ [STREAM HERE]

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‘Queen of Kings’, Eno Barony has released her sophomore album dubbed “Ladies First.” With production credit given to Kaywa, Hype Lyrix, Apya, Genius Selection, etc. the 11-track composition plays a host to guest artistes, including Efya, Becca, Wendy Shay, AK Songstress – as the title suggests, it an all ladies affair hence no male performing artistes were featured on promising chart topping album by the 2020 African Muzik Magazine Awards (AFRIMMA) Best Best Female Rap Act in Africa award-winner.

Album drops on 29-01-2021, but it is currently available Pre-order. Click on the link: https://distroplug.ffm.to/ladies-first

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Live Nation Buys Stake In Live-Streaming Concerts Platform Veeps

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According to reports by the Variety, Live Nation; the world’s largest live-entertainment company, has acquired a majority stake in Veeps, the ticketed livestream platform launched by Joel and Benji Madden of the band Good Charlotte. The Madden brothers, along with cofounders Sherry Saeedi and Kyle Heller, will remain at the helm of Veeps, with their full team staying on to continue with all operations of the business, according to the announcement.

Established in 2017, Veeps is designed for ticketed livestreams, and facilitates engagement between artists and fans with features like chat and exclusive merch purchases, while also supporting broad social marketing and VIP offerings. Unlike many livestream platforms, Veeps is also commission-free.

The platform, which hosted approximately 1,000 ticketed livestreams in 2020, has presented concerts by artists including Brandi Carlile, Liam Payne, Pete Yorn, Louis Tomlinson, Architects, Rufus Wainwright and many others. While the company declined to share audience numbers, Live Nation noted that Payne’s concert (pictured) in October “was primarily responsible for a record number of over 3.7 billion chat messages on Veeps across all livestream shows that month.” Wainwright held more shows on the platform in 2020 than any other artists with 33.

The move is a logical one for Live Nation: While infectious-disease expert Dr. Anthony Fauci has said that mass gatherings like concerts may return by the autumn “if everything goes right” — a big if, considering the United States government’s weak response to the pandemic — the process will inevitably be gradual, and it may be some time before people feel comfortable gathering in enclosed spaces with fellow humans. A future scenario where most major concerts offer both live and livestreamed options seems likely.

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Bisa Kdei Set To Drop Visuals For His Gyakie-assisted Bonafide Highlife Tune

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Bisa Kdei featuring Gyakie - Sika Video Directed by Abass

Ghanaian native solo singer and record producer, Bisa Kdei is set to premiere the official visual representation – directed by Abass- for his Gyakie assisted feel-good bonafide highlife tune dubbed ‘SIKA’. The song, (the twi word for Money) is a love Ballad, reminding us that, although life may be easy with money at hand, love is what keeps us grounded. Stream song here: https://bounce.lnk.to/Bisa-Sika

In the song, the Highlife Lord sings to his love that, once he is financially stable, she will want for nothing, but for now, he appreciates that their love is enough. His butterfly sweet vocals and intentional lyrics perfectly blend with traditional highlife instrument. Gyakie adds a sultry depth, making Sika a beautiful and authentic duet that takes us back and reminds us that Ghana’s original sound is timeless.

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Sauti Sol’s ‘Suzanna’ Appears On New York Times Square Billboard

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With credit given to YouTube Music, Award-winning pop group, Sauti Sol, have become the first Kenyan performing and recording talents to be featured on the Times Square in New York. The Billboard conveys visuals from their lead single “Suzanna” of their fourth studio album “Midnight Train” which was performed during Youtube Black Africa Creator Week Celebration in November 2020.

“Thank you, YouTube Music for celebrating black voices and allowing us to be heard globally #YouTubeBlack #YouTubeMusic,” the group wrote on Instagram.

YouTube announced the inaugural 2021 class of partners for its #YouTubeBlack Voices program — a group of 132 creators and artists from around the world who will receive funding and support from the video giant. Sauti Sol, Fireboy DML, Sho Madjozi will be part of the creatives who will get dedicated partner support from YouTube and seed funding for the development of their channels. YouTube also will host training sessions, workshops and networking programs.

“We’re excited to be part of the first #YouTubeBlack Voices Artist Class along with 20 other incredible artists,” the group shared the news on Instagram. “Our identity informs our sonics, our storytelling, and our fashion. Much like our country, Kenya, our music is multi-layered, with an East Africa groove. Our passion is for the craft and artistry of music, and our music is a soundtrack to people’s lives.”

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