Watch & Listen To SkiiBii ft. Reekado Banks – London

Former dead man and Five Star Music starlet Skiibii made a fresh start with this banger tagged LONDON . . .

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Moji Olaiya Of Yoruba-Speaking Genre of Nollywood Is Dead

Popular Yoruba actress, Moji Olaiya, is dead. The actress died in a Canadian hospital early Thursday morning where she had gone to deliver her baby. According to reports, Moji Olaiya died of complications arising from child delivery . . .

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Old Parade Ground rocks as Star Music Trek hits FCT

Davido, M.I, Falz, Ice Prince, Darey Art Alade On Parade

The popular Old Parade Ground came under heavy sound of music last weekend, as top rated music stars, including Davido, M.I, Falz, Ice Price and dare Art Alade stormed the venue for the Abuja leg of the ongoing Star Music Trek . . .

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Tribute to Dr. Sir Warrior and the Oriental Brothers

Listen to original highlife music from Igboland in southeast Nigeria

Christogonus Ezebuiro Obinna a.k.a. Dr. Sir Warrior was born in Imo State of Nigeria in 1947. He died in June 2, 1999. Sir Warrior was the leader of the Oriental Brothers International Band which was famous in the Nigerian Igbo highlife music scene for several decades . . .

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NEW VIDEO: MONEY – Timaya ft. Flavour

Nigerian king of dance-hall music, Bayelsa state born Timaya has released the visuals to his critically acclaimed single – “Money” featuring highlife power house – Flavour . . .

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Naija Highlife: Prince Nico Mbarga Remembered

Madjack Entertainment takes you back to memory lane in the 1970s-1990s highlife music scene in Nigeria – with Prince Nico Mbarga of blessed memory . . .

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