Sholexy, an undergraduate of Olabisi Onabanjo University drops a new single, this time he features ace rapper Dankop to really get your heads nodding and body moving to the kalakuta sensation.

Popular Nigeria artist, kiss Daniel Drops another cool tune for you all to enjoy
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Olamide Baddo Drops another Single ,for you all to enjoy.

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The Multi Talented kokoma Master is not slowing down, as he drops another hot tune for you all to enjoy.

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The Jagbajantis Singer never stops dropping singles, enjoy this new tune and drop your comments

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Reggae Sensation and 'Girlie O' crooner, Patoranking, has proved he has come to stay as the symbol of Reggae music in today's Music industry in Nigeria with the release of the much anticipated Video which features sizzling looking ladies all colourfully dressed in another Capital Pictures finest.

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Right from the Desk of the Department for Playlist management, Bukola Samuel's blog, we bring to you the Most downloaded and "air-played" songs that made it to the top 10 for the first three months of 2015

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American born Adaeze Uyamwah is London's guest of honour after winning a writing competition organised by Visit London, which focuses on applicants ability to describe the city of London in the best way possible.
Adaeze who beat over 10,000 other applicants to claim the winning prize of a tour through the world most respected city said she's ecstatic and overwhelmed that she actually came top.
Fashola who has six months left before he hands over power to a new governor, in a recent interview said he hopes whoever succeeds him will perform better than he did.


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Liberia's President, Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has written a heartfelt letter to the world over the Ebola crisis that hit her country. In the letter which was read over the radio and transmitted worldwide, she likened the Ebola epidermic to the civil war her country faced 11 years ago which killed a lot of Liberians, crumbled their economy and vital institutions.

The president called on the international community to stop all theoretical explanations on the Ebola crisis and act fast to stop the spread of the deadly virus.


Dear World,

In just over six months, Ebola has managed to bring my country to a standstill. We have lost over 2,000 Liberians. Some are children struck down in the prime of their youth. Some were fathers, mothers, brothers or best friends. Many were brave health workers that risked their lives to save others, or simply offer victims comfort in their final moments.

There is no coincidence Ebola has taken hold in three fragile states – Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea - all battling to overcome the effects of interconnected wars. In Liberia, our civil war ended only eleven years ago. It destroyed our public infrastructure, crushed our economy and led to an exodus of educated professionals. A country that had some 3,000 qualified doctors at the start of the war was dependent by its end on barely three dozen. In the last few years, Liberia was bouncing back. We realized there was a long way to go, but the future was looking bright.

Now Ebola threatens to erase that hard work. Our economy was set to be larger and stronger this year, offering more jobs to Liberians and raising living standards. Ebola is not just a health crisis – across West Africa, a generation of young people risk being lost to an economic catastrophe as harvests are missed, markets are shut and borders are closed.

The virus has been able to spread so rapidly because of the insufficient strength of the emergency, medical m and military services that remain under-resourced and without the preparedness to confront such a challenge.
This would have been the case whether the confrontation was with Ebola, another infectious disease, or a natural disaster.
But one thing is clear. This is a fight in which the whole world has a stake. This disease respects no borders. The damage it is causing in West Africa, whether in public health, the economy or within communities – is already reverberating throughout the region and across the world.

The international reaction to this crisis was initially inconsistent and lacking in clear direction or urgency. Now finally, the world has woken up. The community of nations has realized they cannot simply pull up the drawbridge and wish this situation away.

This fight requires a commitment from every nation that has the capacity to help – whether that is with emergency funds, medical supplies or clinical expertise. I have every faith in our resilience as Liberians, and our capacity as global citizens, to face down this disease, beat it and rebuild.

History has shown that when a people are at their darkest hour, humanity has an enviable ability to act with bravery, compassion and selflessness for the benefit of those most in need. From governments to international organisations, financial institutions to NGOs, politicians to ordinary people on the street in any corner of the world, we all have a stake in the battle against

Ebola. It is the duty of all of us, as global citizens, to send a message that we will not leave millions of West Africans to fend for themselves against an enemy that they do not know, and against whom they have little defence.

The time for talking or theorizing is over. Only concerted action will save my country, and our neighbours, from experiencing another national tragedy. The words of Henrik Ibsen have never been truer: “A thousand words leave not the same deep impression as does a single deed.

Yours sincerely,

Ellen Johnson Sirleaf

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Legendary singer, Innocent Idibia popularly known as Tuface, has explained how he handles female fans who do not want to respect his marriage.

In a chat with Saturday Beats, the singer said that when a lady is trying to be too familiar with him, he introduces her to any of his single friends that is around at the time.
When I meet a female fan who is being unnecessarily familiar with me, I just greet her and move on with my life. If she is still being persistent, I would tell her that what she is looking for she cannot have. Then I introduce her to any of my single friends that is around ” he said.

The singer hinted that three of his children are already showing signs of being singers. He also said that marriage has really brought a lot of changes into his life. Image

Three of my children are already showing signs of being good singers without my interference. I would say I am a natural coach. Marriage has made me calm and helped balance my life. I don’t do some certain things anymore because I am married,” Tuface said.

Recalling the death of his father recently, he said that it was a painful period in his life and it was the last time he cried.
The last time I cried was when my father died. When the doctor told me that he was dead, I could not believe it. It was then it dawned on me that I would not see him again,” he said.

However, the lanky entertainer told Saturday Beats that if he had not been a musician, he probably would have been a goalkeeper.

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