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Showing posts with label 2016. Show all posts
Showing posts with label 2016. Show all posts

Sunday, 19 June 2016

[Music] Omoilu - PADA (Panda Cover)

Rapper, Omoilu finally puts out his rendition on one of the hottest hip hop joints out of America at the moment “Panda” as a birthday gift for his loyal and good fans... He titles this one PADA (Step Back)... He's an indigenous rapper to watch out for.


Saturday, 4 June 2016


with MC Rapindady to features:

Gbenga Adeyinka ( special guest) | Koffi Da Guru. (Special guest) |Dr Smile (special guest) | Stiil Ringing | Peteru | Arole | 1stBon (Special guest) | Mc Damola | Shete | Dr Warri connect | Afouda |13th disciple | Mc Olympia Baba | Gifted Mouth | MC Johnny | Remote | Anointed Mallam | Jingle

Music by:
Major Matt, Keanzo, Shade Awesome, TuWyze, DizzyMbata, Fabulous Pizzy, Sade Blaq, BK GMB, Olanextee, JIDE SAX.

Dance by:
The Expandables and Cymbals
DJs: Dj Secxy and Dj Vikki

On Sunday June 5th @FUNFACTORY Event Centre Bodija, Ibadan!

TIME: 2-7pm (no night party, no African time)

Gate Fee: 1k (reg) | 5k (VIP) | 50k(table for 4 | 100k( table for 8)

Tickets available at Film House Cinema Dugbe and Frostyz Eatery Bodija.
www.errandmall.com or call or whatsapp 07031373320

Thursday, 2 June 2016


Wale Applause is an entrepreneur, brand manager, talent manager, exporter of agricultural products who has worked for YBNL, most especially Lil Kesh and so on, released his own version of Open Letter to Upcoming artists titled #LoveLettersToUpcomiingArtists via his twitter handle @waleapplause01
Read Below:
  1. #LoveLettertoUpcomingArtistes.
  2. Let's go on a tweeting spree. Love letter to upcoming artistes
  3. We ALL don't care about you as an upcoming artiste, know this and you will go very far.
  4. First thing is, you are 'just' an upcoming artiste. Let that drive you always.
  5. Music is not just music, it is music business and supposed to put food on your table.
  6. Music business has several cabals that naturally work against you. Always know this.
  7. Loyalty is everything!
  8. Music business is not child's play. This is big business and a lot dirty like drug peddling.
  9. Always stand up for yourself, don't let anyone put you down, what you do is a profession too. You are a very important service provider.
  10. Respect every Dj. Respect the 'small' Djs more, these are the people that can put in work for you.
  11. Don't let any OAP scare you, they don't own the radio station. They are hustlers like you too. They need you just as much. YOUR MONEY!
  12. As an upcoming act, treat every song as important. Even oldies don't drop songs for dropping sake.
  13. Always advertise yourself!
  14. Understand and respect your sponsor or investor, it took a lot for him to believe in you.
  15. Remember all dads won't be Davidos!
  16. Prioritize!
  17. Let the fake life slide!
  18. Make sure your manager is sackable, this doesn't mean you be rude to him/her or react to every flaw.
  19. Get a good artiste mansger. Your manager is your face, and he must be very humble and respectful.
  20. Good music doesn't guaranty a hit, but good publicity does, take a cue from Vic O
  21. Find or create your generic sound!
  22. Always dwell in your comfort zone!
  23. Define yourself! Your lifestyle, dressing etc
  24. Women are friends as much as they are foes! Deep!
  25. Stop bothering about being a star, be worried about being a great musician first!
  26. Give as much as you wish to receive!
  27. Think let there is no box, we all are tired of hearing about weed women and wine.
  28. Stop flooding our TLs, some of us are only interested in politics, some of us are single and trying to set P, don't kill our vibes.
  29. We won't naturally download your song as an upcoming artiste, you need to devise a means to get us to.
  30. Know that the economy is bad, there are bigger problems and this is supposed to affect you too.
  31. Even if you send your song to our phones all at once via Bluetooth, know that most of us still won't listen. We have a playlist already
  32. Have a lawyer friend right from school, you will be needing him so much in life.
  33. Understand that there is a heirarchy, respect the elders.
  34. Be humble, if you ain't please learn, if you too dumb to learn, fake it. You will get used to it.
  35. Only GREAT materials should leave the studio or your gadget. NEVER I REPEAT NEVER let your unmixed songs get out.
  36. Understand that too much everything kills, even water!
  37. Don't be fooled by most online critiques, most of them have a 9-5. Social media is a way out of their boring lives.
  38. Never bite than you can chew!
  39. Respect prostitutes, they are your biggest fans and PR! Key!
  40. The best most of these critiques can do for you is criticize you. Some are in order tho.
  41. Know what weed does to you. It's not for us all.
  42. I'm sure you won't watch Burnley vs. Bolton same way most of us here won't download your music. Know this!
  43. Respect your sponsor. Cannot be over emphasized!
  44. Not very time club, please save to record in a good studio with a good producer!
  45. We all love beautiful use of words, we love good lyrics. Please respect us a lil bit.
  46. Mixing and mastering is as important as the entire song!
  47. If you can, please make good covers!
  48. Avoid recording in a rush, don't use studio time. Create a relationship with a good studio.
  50. Be afraid!
  51. When you blow, gays will approach you. Please don't be rude, most of them are in high places. Decline politely and you may end up rich
  52. As an upcoming artiste you cannot afford to be homophobic. Even if you are please pretend. GOSPEL!
  53. Use song writers, it's no crime. Neyo wrote for the great MICHEAL JACKSON!
  54. Don't be fooled, it's not compulsory to adore Fela, but even if you don't, keep it in your mind of minds. Say it and be a victim of hate.
  55. Remember when you blow, we will all famz you. Kindly forgive us of our past sins.

Wednesday, 1 June 2016

Sean Tizzle Confirms Coming to Ibadan this Friday..

Popular musician Sean Tizzle has confirmed his coming to Ibadan via a short video
Topside Lounge will be hosting the shole crooner, Sean Tizzle this Friday June 3, 2016 at Topside Lounge Oluyole from 10pm.
Topside Lounge CEO Mr Tope Adedeji has declared the night free for all plus free drinks for the ladies.. He tagged the even "Million Ways To Turn Up Friday" with music by DJ Sezzybeat and the hype an B Sparks will also be live at the playboy's paradise...
Only Topside does it better😋
Topside Lounge is located behind Rehoboth Cathedral inside Oluyole Estate off Ring Road Ibadan
Be There👍🏼


[Music] JLOLLZ (@meet_jlollz) - LEVEL

JLollz whose real name is  Oluwafemi Alaba,  is a young aspiring rapper who hails from Lagos. The passion for music built up in him since 2010, when he started writing 'lines and bars' and also repping a movement called OMG (one music group). Since then, he made music all along, dropped singles, made covers, featured on songs, and all. #LeveL is tagged as JLollz's official debut single and it's basically talking about just being on ones level! No stressing! You gonna love this. So just sit back, relax, and enjoy JLollz.


Friday, 20 May 2016

[World Wide Premiere] Sade Blaq - Oni Reason

If you remember the 'Ade' reply to Adekunle Gold's hit song 'Sade' then  you know the name 'Sade Blaq' is not new to the music industry. Philex Records' Princess ' Sade Blaq' returns with this powerful piece titled "Oni Reason".
Sade Blaq delivers this in a wonderful way, This is definitely the song that will keep your weekend going.
Produced by Juba
Download Oni Reason by Sade Blaq


[Premiere] Magic Pro - Ajantoro (Produced by Magic Pro)

Ajewole Damilola Sunday aka Magic Pro is a Ibadan born music artist, he started music from church choir in Gospel Faith Mission.
He presently studying music technology in the Polytechnic of Ibadan. He is a music producer and an upcoming artiste, his versatility in music has earned some accolades in his school and community.
He has releases a lot of songs (Iwo Loluwa ft Babatunmise which was his first single and also IGWE featuring an Ibadan city born Kenya base rapper) which has gain a lot of attention in the community.
Magic Pro is here with another hit single titled "AJANTORO"
Produced by Magic Pro himself.
You will surely put this track on repeat after downloading. Enjoy.


Sunday, 15 May 2016


 Thanks to everyone who has been calling  and texting me for sharing an advice instead of an insult in my last article but guess what, I got a reply which didnt get to me right. I am sorry if I have disappointed you by replying one Mr Wale who claims to be working with Beat FM in the city..Sorry the first question is. Are you an Artist?. I thought my last article was an 'Open Letter to Artistes' and not "OAPs"... Yes I have always wanted to write an Open Letter to OAPs and been planning to use you as a Case study secretly but you know what, now in this reply, I need to let the good people in the entertainment industry of the city know that You are one of the Problems we are facing.
I have worked with almost all the artists in this city, one way or the other, either during my events or promotion of their songs. I remember early this year, it was during one of those promotion movements I called you to play the song this particular artiste was releasing and i was trying to promote. you charged me a specific amount of money that i'm sure your salary is not up to, I jokingly told you that "in this city nobody charges me" but nobody works for me for free, I pay everybody, why will you charge so much just because you want to play just a song on your programme, not even your radio station. Yet, you are writing an article in defence of these same artistes you have refused to help. I have a lot of questions for you. when was the last time you played a song by an Ibadan artiste apart from the ones you "attach" yourself to or interview them without asking them for money which you are not supposed to be collecting from them?. Now to correct your perception of what I said in my preceeding article, I said " most of the people living in ibadan are Yoruba, I did not say it was 'everybody'. You live a triangular life in Ibadan,from Ring Road - Bodija and probably wherever it is you live. do you know places like Olorunda-Abba, Isebo, Amuloko, Alakia, Igbo-Oloyin, Moniya e.tc. Are they not part of Ibadan?, as an OAP, do you even know that rural parts of the city listen to radio stations (I don't blame you if you don't know since your programme does not have an impact on them and they don't have any reason to listen to you or even call you) more than the elites who have access to television, internet and other sources of entertainment and information. Now the question is, are all these people enlightened enough to relate with any type of english content in a speech, talkless of in music. So what's bad in advicing my brothers to find their market and explore it, you don't want them to progress or what?
And this brings us to the next question, what do you know about Music and Business?...Now if you were talking about sitting in a studio talking about irrelevant things or issues, then I don't know about that but when we are talking about Music and Business, you should Shut Up.. In this same city, I have been an artist pr, an artist manager, a club pr, a club manager, an event organiser,an event pr, a publicist, a promoter and most importantly a blogger, abeg apart from sitting behind the mic, talking about what doesn't concern the ancient city of ibadan people and attaching yourself to talents and brands, what else do you do?. oh probably begging for free drinks in clubs. Remember you spend your day in the studio doing and talking jabajaba, I spend mine on the Street.
The last time i checked, the radio station you work for is about 2 years old and that's exactly how long you've stayed in this city, So when it comes to entertainment in Ibadan, I am one of your bosses. You don't tell me to get my facts right because i'm talking from experience and research but you are probably saying what you were told. So whenever I am advising my brothers on what i think they should do to help their careers, you should never interfere. IT IS A FAMILY MATTER!!
 So you should only comment or reply articles that has to do about the growth or success of the city's Entertainment when you start supporting every talent in the street of Ibadan at no cost.
The only reason why I have decided to reply you is because I have a reputable brand I am protecting and I don't want you to misguide the innocent people of this city. Stop trying to make people believe you are a Solution, YOU ARE PART OF THE PROBLEM!
And Listen, All those wonderful songs by codename Dremo became hits when he got to Lagos then started spreading like virus before it got to Ibadan, then the rest of the world  and not the from ibadan to the world. And you told me to call Dremo, I don't need to call him, we know where we meet in Lagos when we have important issues to discuss not about issues like yours. Please stop attaching yourself to someone's success just because you want to get a penny from them...Build Yours!!
I know you want attention but don't use me to get that... I'M A LION, I DON'T MINGLE WITH DOGS.
Thank you for atleast reading my article and Happy Birthday to you, Please use this new year of your life to support the ministry. God Bless You, Long Life and Prosperity. I have a gift for you tho.
Till we meet for business.
I'm your Wahalafully,
Oba Ade Nelson

Saturday, 14 May 2016


One more time, i am sorry for my recent outburst on the BBM Platform but i feel i need to let our ibadan city based artists know somethings i have always wanted to let them know but i feel this is the time to speak out.
Ibadan is one of the biggest city in Africa and currently the city has been experiencing alot of great changes as companies are moving into the city.
The artists based in Ibadan need to know who they are and what they want for themselves.
Firstly do you know what it takes to be an artist? Do you have plan/strategy to help build your career in the city and even beyond. Do you even know your market?. For example, BK GMB is a rapper, a pure English hardcore rapper, the question is, What is he doing in Ibadan? Ibadan is populated by mostly Yoruba people and that's why its easy for talents like Keanzo, Jayru, Portah, Tuwyze, Pizzy to pass a message to the people through their music. Dremo was never appreciated in the city because he is an English rapper but he moved to Lagos, explored the market, got Davido's attention and today, he is one of Nigeria King of New School. You need to identify your market, explore it and you will get what you want.
Another thing is Do you have a team?, Do you have a manager or a biz manager?...some even have manager they treat as errand boy. Note that a manager is not your errand  boy or your pimp, your manager is your boss who needs to be respected and listened to. Get yourself a very good manager who knows about the business and have the connection for the success of your career.
Do you have a good song?, undoubtedly, Ibadan is blessed with talents who have good songs, infact evergreen songs but wait do you have a video for the song? your fans need to know you, some people know your name don't know how you look like. How have you been able to reach your fans? in Clubs?..Do you know Amuloko? do you know your song might be bursting dwellers of those abandoned villages/towns brain?, Do you have a budget for promotion? Do you have a strategy to promote the project?.
Most of you people live on past glory, stop the 'do you know who i am' crap..who the heaven are you?. You are just a glorified upcoming artist who needs to stop been proud and be loyal to those who are willing to help you. I will always respect artists like Portah and Tuwyze, immediately they get into a venue/club, they walk up to the DJ to give him no matter how small he might be, his respect. Money can never by Respect i was told.
 How do you manage your social media?, in this new generation of entertainment, record labels search for artists via social media, Don Jazzy found Reekado Banks on twitter, Olamide found the new YBNL Princess on Instagram, Davido found Mayorkun on Instagram. How do you interact with your fans on social media?. You still dey form boss abi?, even Don Jazzy dey something post rubbish on social media just interact with his fans.
 The most annoying thing about you people is that you compare yourself with other artists, Why, you hear words like "how can they be hyping Dremo, dem no even dey respect me wey don tey for this game", pls na wetin Dremo do you do? Na wetin Dremo get you get?, Na how Dremo Hustle you hustle?. Dremo studied the market, he explored it with the help of his team and today he is the talk of the nation. Another one is, Artists don't show love in the city, one artist go drop song, another artist will either drop song immediately or even ignore it. wait sef, when Dremo was in Ibadan, abeg who support am?. Olamide shifted the release date of his album because a colleague of his was dropping an album a day or 2 before his, so he decided to shift his album release date and still supported the artist. Can that ever happen in Ib?. I have seen artist spoil another artist in front of show promoters/organizers just because he wants to perform at the show. How do you expect to get paid for show you literally begged for?...Kolewerk fa.
You cannot do exam in lead city and expect result in UI, laye kojo, you pay another city based pr/blogger your song to release and you expect bloggers in your own city to support you for free. Like say Africana, Pussiness and other top bloggers in the city come count roundabout for Ibadan abi? Go blow for where you promote your song na, and when last did you walk into a media house to surprise the oaps with gift, lunch, recharge cards or any form of appreciation?. Do you expect an OAP to beg you to bring your songs or what?. When last did you storm the DJ Association meeting to pay due respect?..
You don't expect people who might not even know you or even have your song to support you, Never!.
To get what your want to be successful in your career;

  • Stop been proud.
  • Stop singing the same 2 years old songs at different shows. 
  • Know your market.
  • Pay good producers for good songs.
  • Shoot a good video so you can reach a wide range of your fans 
  • Be sociable...Interact with fans and investors via social media.
  • Know and respect the oaps, DJs, Bloggers, fellow musicians, show promoters and who deserves respect
  • Work on a budget for your project and promotion.
  • Stop living fake life and Stop backbiting.
  • Stop been jealous of other people's success, work on yours.
  • Form a team, a strong one. 
  • Pray hard in fact harder
  • Read books about music business & attend seminars
  • Support others who will support you back.
  • Stop Fucking all Pussies that come your way.
  • Be Yourself, Remember what opened Adams' eyes, closed Abachas, work out a strategy for your own career and stop comparing and wishing to be like.
  • Stop begging for shows, let your team do that for you.
  • Pay For Promotion!...PAY!!!
  • One more time, Respect your DJ/OAP/Blogger.
And Please STOP WORSHIPING all those empty barrels, if they can't help themselves, they cant help you. Don't let anybody tell you, if you don't see or worship this person you no go blow for Ibadan. Na Scam oh, ask them "who dem epp?" , if dem lie give you, ask dem "Are You God?"

With this little i have shared, i feel and i know you will build a successful career.
Make i stop here so dem no go say i dey throw shades at anybody. Remember, i will always support every single talent from the city even though none of you in the city supported by new artist last single in any form, even one of you demanded for money to throw ordinary BC on BBM oh, yes you know yourself son, but guess what, that didn't affect the success of the project.We still reach on Top 10 in the city and beyond.. so who ur BC n Support don epp?
And All this show promoters/club owners too, please respect our talents, invest in them and PAY FOR OUR SERVICES.... 
While i'm still preparing to 'attack' OAPs, DJs, Club Owners, Entertainers

 I'm yours Wahalafully,

feel free to criticize me, Thanks

Wednesday, 11 May 2016

[Watch Video] Ojopagogo - Pa Boot De

Veteran Actor & Musician, Rasaq Olayiwola popularly known as the Great RR Ojopagogo releases the visual to his song which talks about indecent dressing among young ladies of this new generation. Featuring Muyiwa Ademola, Ibrahim Chatta, Temitope Bashir, Ayanfe Adekunle, Tayo Amokade, Mimisola Daniel, Wasiu Wasiu, Ijoba Lawori, Dj Kamol, Sunkanmi Omobolanle.etc.
Watch Pa Boot De Video Now

Tuesday, 26 April 2016

Kogbagidi VIP Saturdays hits Topside Lounge with CDQ, Danagog, Lanre Typical, King Alesh, Hooresh, lots more

 Ibadan will be on lock down this Saturday 30th of April, 2016 has CDQ woss, HKN's Danagog, Xpee, Gabana Boy, Ib city Next rated act, Olanextee, Irish, Lagos based Entertainer, Georgetown, Dubai returnee, Lanre Typical, King Alesh and lots more will be storming the 6th Edition of the almighty Kogbagidi VIP Saturdays plus King Hooresh Birthday Party happening at the playboys paradise, Topside Lounge and Bar located behind Rehoboth Church, Oluyole Estate in Ibadan City.
Watch CDQ confirming his coming to Topside Below;




Pictures & Video from City Buzz Concert 2016

It has been said that Ibadan never rejects a turn up,well this fact was proven right again at the City Buzz Concert 2016. an event put together by Super Kharot Entertainment and lots of supporting brands, it was a concert featuring Reminisce, Jayru and some great Ibadan Artistes, DJs, Producers, OAPs and Comedians such as the Popular Alhaji Taiye Currency, Fabulous Pizzy, Tuwyze, Sheun Natural, Tunde fa Tundey, Shade Black, Jisola, Toaster, Dj Gavpop, Peteru(Naija 102.7fm), Wale Ozolua (Beat97.9fm), Rapindady, T-Piano, Bayo Highflyer, Oduaboi.....