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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.

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Thursday, 9 June 2016

[Audio + Video] Major Matt x Mophasa x EBS - PANDA Freestyle Cover

Here’s the freestyle cover version of Panda from 3 UK Based talented fast rising Stars, Jobi Okoto crooner Major Matt, Mophasa and Blessing crooner EBS.
This freestyle “Panda” is a catchy tune guaranteed to serenade and stick on all listeners as soon as it comes on.
This one is definitely one of the best Panda cover, Enjoy. 

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Saturday, 4 June 2016

The SPARTACUS COMEDY SHOW 2016

The SPARTACUS COMEDY SHOW 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

Wednesday, 1 June 2016

[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.

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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
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[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.

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Wednesday, 18 May 2016

OPEN LETTER TO OYO STATE GOVERNMENT (Written by Wale Waves)

Musician "Wale Waves" is back again with an open letter this time to the Government of Oyo State. Read Below:

Seeing the pictures attached, you should be reminded of what transpired between myself and the loyalists/organizers of the Governor's campaign concert held at the Agodi Gardens ground on the 22nd of March 2015 in Ibadan. It later became a sensitive case in the State Secretariat after over several comments on Facebook, Twitter and blogs from different people, reasonable and even the Governor's Loyalists and Campaign Team, wrote a lot of things to respond to my post. I was called by 9ice, My Lawyer, some Special Adviser to the Governor, just to mention few on this same case.

Now, it is a great disappointment that I have to write another open letter again to the Governor, his Loyalists, Campaign team, the Government and to whom it may concern, of the so called state that I started my career from 'Oyo State'.

My major points of view are these;

1. Why does the Oyo State Government 'hate' entertainment and not see it as a form of income revenue generation?
2. If the Oyo State Government can't even discover new talents among the youths of the state, then why can't they encourage and support the ones that have helped themselves to a reasonable stage of their career?
A Case Study;
Dremo (was) an Ibadan artiste, hardly could you find an Ibadan indigene that could sing any of his songs back to back. He was not supported nor appreciated by the state government by creating the appropriate entertainment platforms for his fellow indigenes to hear him aloud so they can celebrate him too as their own indigenous celebrity. Instead, his talent was discovered and appreciated few weeks ago by a foreigner, almost the youngest of all entertainers in Nigeria 'Davido', in Lagos, which wasted no time in signing him up under his Record Label, which by God's grace, the same Oyo State Government will soon foolishly now pay millions to bring him back for their coming campaign. Just watchout!.
If you build your own house, why going to rent an apartment.

This same thing goes to our so called Ibadan based OAPS, Radio Stations, TV Stations and the Deejays. When you don't make your indigenous artistes' materials popular, then how do you want the artistes to be heard by his people? How does the listener that are meant to be his fans be, or request for his songs or videos?

Ibadan songs are not played in Lagos stations but their artistes songs, then do you need to be told that Ibadan songs should dominate Ibadan Stations? Are we not learned? Why do they have Beat Fm in Lagos and still have another Beat Fm in Ibadan if they believe we listen to their stations in Far Lagos? Why don't you embrace your environment and talents?
For example, on HipTv for like a week now, the Station has being showing and commending the great brilliant effort of the Lagos Government Administration led by Governor Akinwunmi Ambode on the 1st Lagos concert he held and made possible, whereby a lot of different Lagos indigenous artistes performed at the concert. The Governor and different dignitaries were also present. Even, I saw the former Governor of Cross River State - Donald Duke perform live with a saxophone. Instead, our own governors will be demolishing platforms for entertainments like clubs and concert grounds. So this is why I used the word "hate" in my 1st question.


Please, after Governor Ambode paid this artistes, made all of them perform, being televised by his state and private TV/Radio stations, and made the event to be an annual celebrated one. Which in his statement was so proud of by saying, "If the Americans can say the Washington DC Jazz concert is the best in the world, then he proclaims his own 'Lagos Jazz concert' to be the best Jazz concert in the whole Africa."

Can this type of Governor want to campaign tomorrow and all these appreciated talents won't rush down to support him with their fans and followers?
Instead see what we heard few days ago; "Oyo State government has just announced that anyone doing shows/events in Ibadan MUST collect permit/pay levy. Imagine such circular,  when they have NEVER supported entertainment since they came in?"
Please, I am using this medium to plead to these arms and system to adjust so that 'WE' youths can say we don't regret ever being born in this part of Nigeria.

I must speak for my industry. Thank you.
Written by Wale Waves

Friday, 13 May 2016

Ibadan Musicians Are Going On Strike (Written by Rotimi Ige)


Today i saw this on one of Nigeria's most read newspapers Tribune, written by Rotimi Ige. Its a very good write up with a bad advice.... If Ibadan Artists go on stike, abeg who go suffer?. Though i am meant to reply this immediately but due to my extreme busy schedule, it will take a while to reply this message/advice.. while i am doing my research and writing my own version of article, read below: 
Music, as widely claimed, is food to the soul and has been a source of inspiration and solace to many. In Nigeria, over the past two decades, the music industry has grown into a multi-billion naira industry, metamorphosing from the hobbies of many into a veritable source of livelihood. The industry has produced talents, mavericks and legends, with the likes of Tuface, Davido, Wizkid, P Square, Olamide and the like.

As the industry grew, it, after a while, was categorised (though unofficially), into strata: A-list, B-list and C-list artistes. A-list artistes are any set of artistes who are the raves of the moment. They are the ones dominating the music scene at any point in time, for instance, Olamide, Davido, Wizkid, Yemi Alade etc are current A-list artistes and are in heavy demand from show promoters and commanded hefty sums as performance fees and corporate endorsements.

The B and C listers are said to be artistes who may be somewhat popular, but are not raves. They may have videos and songs on rotation, but are not as successful as their A-list counterparts. However, a common attribution to success in any of the cadres has been closely linked to Lagos, the acclaimed entertainment capital of Nigeria.  This is because the biggest shows are organised there and the sponsors for events are easily accessible. Hence, it is believed that money goes round in Lagos.

In Ibadan, the music industry is vibrant but according to stakeholders, quite a struggle. Last week, an Ibadan-based rapper, BK GMB, released a new track, ‘Open Letter’, where he highlighted the pains of Ibadan-based artistes who were talented in every right, but were being ‘financially raped’ by show promoters. In a chat with Friday Treat, BK GMB said: “We have been patient for so long, waiting for things to change but it seems some people want to keep taking us for granted. Many show/club promoters in the city would go to Lagos and pay good money for struggling acts that many of us are better than, but when they come to us, they beg us to perform for free or offer peanuts and still expect us to help them sell the show to our fans. 

“Many times, because they know us, they employ familiarity to get favours from us, but we are wiser now. We have had enough of free drinks or hotel rooms to barter for our services. We pay through the nose for studio fees and song recording/promotion, spend a lot to look the part of the showbiz industry among other things. For these reasons, I and my colleagues have decided to embark on a strike. No more local free shows except the platform is one that is worth it,” he said.

Another fast rising artiste, Keanzo, corroborated BK GMB’s submission. He said, “We have given a lot to the industry without much to show for it. If we were based in Lagos, we would be stars by now but because the exposure here is limited, we have been managing to stay relevant by God’s grace. I believe that if artistes in Ibadan can unite and speak with one voice to stake a claim to our rightful entitlements, no stakeholder will under price us. You can imagine a show promoter calling to say he/she wants to help me with an event only to discover the promoter had actually collected money on my behalf for the show without actually paying me a dime. It is as bad as that. We need to take bold steps and if a strike will change things so be it.”

When Friday Treat sought to understand the aim of the strike, one of the artistes concerned explained, “We have agreed not to go below a particular price/cost range for our services per artiste. If any event organiser cannot pay for our services (per artiste contacted), by the time he/she exhausts the roll call of the most sought after Ibadan acts, let him go to Lagos and pay heavily for the artistes there. Most clubs/event organisers cannot afford most of the A or B-list acts or may be able to cough up money for one or two of them which is not enough for any real event. Most of us don’t even charge half of what the B or C-list Lagos artiste charges, yet we are not appreciated. We believe that if we boycott local events for at least three months, people will begin to get the message,” he said. 

Friday Treat’s chat with one of the show promoters was very interesting. Speaking under anonymity, he said, “Ibadan is coming up and we are doing our best to promote our artistes. However, they do not have full knowledge of the dynamics of the entertainment business. We are yet to have satellite TV stations in Ibadan and the shows we solicit for are part of what gives the artistes presence. Many of our artistes are lazy. We have about only six to nine notable or bankable hip hop acts in Ibadan. Only a few of that number are really working. Some still want to come upstage and perform the same songs that they released two years ago and get paid for that kind of performance.  Few of them have music videos. Yet, they want to get good money to perform at shows! Let’s be truthful to ourselves.

“Dremo was one of us until recently when Davido signed him. But it was after he gave us hits back to back alongside videos with heavy promotion before he got real attention. Unless our artistes wake up to their responsibilities, they can’t demand top payment.”

When contacted, another top artiste in Ibadan, Fabulous Pizzy, said, “It is true that we are facing a lot of challenges, but I believe that artistes in Ibadan deserve better remuneration. For instance, I try to release new songs at least once in two months and a normal song production, costs nothing less than N80,000. If produced and mastered by the big names in the industry, the bill rises to about N150,000 minimum. We are under pressure to release songs that would stand their ground anywhere they are played in the world and it isn’t encouraging when our services are solicited for free or peanuts because in Ibadan, there are no record labels. Everyone is responsible for his/her career. We are expected to do good songs and videos, dress well and not repeat clothes, not take ‘okada’, among other things. How can we achieve all these on our own if we only do free shows or take peanuts? I concur that we need to come to a consensus.”

While no particular day has been fixed for the proposed ‘artistes’ strike’, it remains to be seen what lengths the affected artistes are willing to take it to press home their claims. While the claims and counter claims continue, it is important to note that the entertainment industry is very important in today’s society, and affected parties are encouraged to come to a meaningful compromise.

Written by Rotimi Ige
Published on tribuneonlineng.com

Wednesday, 11 May 2016

[Download Hit] Don Drim - Ewoo (prod. By Vtek)

A young, handsome and talented artiste, with a voice that can be mistaken...his a talent to behold, a rare singer with a powerful delivery.

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[Download Banger] Tepidz - Round About (Produced by Echo)

No need for Formal introduction, it's the BANGER-BOY, the Next best thing in the industry!
He titled this one ROUND ABOUT... "And it's for the girls dem!"
As usual, lace-up your dancing shoes and let's dance!!
He Drops This As His Birthday Gift To His Fans,It's ROUND ABOUT by TEPIDZ, the BANGER BOY!

Friday, 6 May 2016

[Hot Crisp] Leo Tee ft. Oyinkanade - Aje Remix (Produced by C-Mart)

Komolafe Taiwo popularly known as Leo Tee dropped the first version of the song "AJE" 3 months ago. This time he features  'Adura' crooner Oyinkanade in the remix of the hit song "AJE" produced by C-Mart and Mixed by Sings Beat.
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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;

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Friday, 22 April 2016

[Mix] Party Next Door by DJ Magic Beatz

DJ MAGIC BEATZ celebrates his Birthday in grand style today April 22nd as he releases his PARTY NEXT DOOR mix featuring a lot of your favourite songs.
HBDay DJ MAGIC BEATZ*bday* 

DJ MAGIC BEATZ presents the greatest party mix of the year...~~=[ ~~=[ 
The PARTY NEXT DOOR Mix drops Today

See The Tracklist Below:
 •    Intro ft LKT
1 ) LKT - Where You Dey 
2 ) Pepenazi - Iwo Ni ft Lil Kesh 
3 ) Skibii - Sampu
4 ) Fabulous Pizzy - Sabali
5 ) Iceprince - Boss
6 ) Reminisce - Angelina
7 ) Davido - The Money ft Olamide 
8 ) Orezi - Ogede ft Wizkid & Timaya.
9 ) Tekno - Panya
10 ) CDQ - Nowo Soke ft Wizkid 
11 ) Keanzo - God Is Not Dead
12 ) Vector - Shiga
13 )  Tiwa Savage & Reekado Banks ft Rihanna - BBHM
14 ) Wale Waves - Wa Pa Yan
15 ) Magic-pro - Igwe
16 ) Skales - Lo le
17 ) Uhuru - Ytjukutja
18 ) Lil Kesh - Ibile
19 )Nawty Nature - Obodo
20 ) Olalakanside - Elegushi Spender
21 ) Olamide - Bobo
22 ) Olamide - MVP 
23 ) Lil Kesh - Is It Because I Love U ft Patoranking
24 ) Famous - Igboro
25 ) 2TBoiz - Customer Dada Ni
26 ) Seriki - Somebody ft Olamide
27 ) Olamide - I love Lagos
28 ) Small Doctor - GBERA remix ft Reminisce 
29 ) DJ Real - Mi o Worry
30 ) Oritsefemi - Igbeyawo
31 ) VDJ Gavpop - I Like It
32 ) Tekno - Anything
33 ) May D - Ibadi
34 ) Timaya - I Concur ft Don Jazzy 
35 ) Pepenazi - illegal ft Olamide 
36 ) Pepenazi - One For The Road
#PartyNextDoor #HBDayDjMagicBeatz

Sunday, 17 April 2016

[Leak Hit] Portah - Chimo (Love)

Due to popular demand, I have decided to leak this wonderful piece by your favourite Oba Orin, Michael Johnson popularly known as Portah, who after the release of 'Good Morning' in 2015 went into hiding due to personal reasons. Chimo is the title of this leaked song.
With this piece leaked, I believe Portah will come out of his hiding with the new song he has been anticipating since 2015 titled 'Bag Of Money'.
Download this song while we hope Portah comes back with a hit to satisfy our dying thirst for good music.

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Thursday, 14 April 2016

[Hot Hit] Olamide x Osas - Who U Epp? Freestyle



Maddest Rapper to watch out for, popularly known as OSAS is out with his own version of King Baddo's viral song "Who U Epp?" Freestyle.. Osas is more than an 'ibile' rapper based in the big brown city of Ibadan...Osas Is A Beast!!
Join The #OSASian Movement, Download This lovely crazy version of Olamide's Who U Epp..



[Fresh] Aden - You Never Know (Prod. by C-Mart)

Born Adedeji Adeniyi, Aden is a new promising act breaking through Nigeria music industry. He resides in Ibadan, Oyo State where he started his music career in year 2009, also got a diploma degree from Tenstring Music Institute.
Aden is a multi-talented artist who does Afro hip-hop style of music. This is his first official single titled 'You Never Know' released under his own record label 'Money Team Records'. This song was produced by C-Mart Max Sound while recording and mixing was done by Phatphell . Aden has promised not to disappoint his fans and you all should be expecting more songs & videos from him soon.

Tuesday, 12 April 2016

[Hot] Olamide x Keanzo - Who U Epp?

If you love 'Ijo Bata', 'Faaji' and his recent hit track 'God Is Not Dead' featuring Oyinkanade, then you re going to love this version of Olamide's viral 'who u epp?'... Keanzo is an indigenous rapper, songwriter and energic performer based in the city of Ibadan... tell me what you feel about "oluomo balogun's version.. Enjoy

Monday, 11 April 2016

Runny K x Olamide - Who U Epp?! (mixed by Chilly Ace)

The 'Mofo' crooner is here with her own version of th Olamide's viral hit 'who u epp', this is another hot one from the baddest oxygen Runny K and Baddo Olamide. Download and feel of groove.


Thursday, 24 March 2016

Meet Young 'Local Rapper' Concord of Jumzy Entertainment


Concord is a young indigenous rapper a.k.a the monster, he’s real name are Aremu Olayinka Bamidele and was born 25th February 1997. He was born and brought up in Ibadan. His passion  for music started while he was in secondary school, he attended Global School of science, Ibadan and he had OND in computer Science from Osun State Polytechinc, Iree.
 He dropped his first single in 2012. Concord is well known on the street for his hot hard rap and his slang (laskabo). Concord is now officially signed to Jumzy entertainment.
Expect more from him.
Twitter ,@concordmonster , @jumzyworldig
Instagram: @concordmonter , @jumzyentoffical


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Meet The Artist 'TEE-BEE' of Jumzy Entertainment

Olatunji Tobi popularly known as TEE BEE hails from Ogun State and he was born on the 2nd of November 1996. He started his education in mow and crest primary school in Ibadan,his secondary school education in Top grace International school in Ibadan. He is presently a final year student of University of Ibadan studying Economics.
He started music while he was a kid, he was called little dagrin. But he started music professionally in 2014 via a training at Ten strings Musical institute to learn music. He recorded his first single ‘’Party time” in 2015,he is currently signed to jumzy entertainment. Expect more good music from him this year.
Instagram: @OFFICALTEEBEE, @JUMZYENTOFFICAL
Twitter: @OFFICALTEEBEE , @JUMZYWORLD

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