Wande Coal Announces Own Concert To Hold In 2018; One Lagos Fiesta 2017 Closes With Spectacular Fireworks And Massive Concert . . .
Big Brother Nigeria (Big Brother Naija or BBNaija) returns for a third edition for 2018! And guess what! The hunt is on for next batch of Housemates . . .
Nigerian-born Nollywood star Actress, writer, producer and publisher, Uche Mac-Auley, has announced the launch of her online TV channel, Elialand. This next chapter for the longstanding Nollywood actress is EliaLand, a new online channel set to become a household name for the online television audiences . . .
Nigerian-born Afro-pop artiste and DMW boss, Davido, has released another single record titled “Like Dat” barely few weeks after the release of “FIA“. The track was produced by Shizzi and accompanied by visuals directed by DAPS . . .
Popular Nigerian hip hop recording artist and rapper from Bariga, Lagos State, Olamide Adedeji, known by his stage name: ‘Olamide‘ has unveiled his much anticipated seventh studio album entitled ‘Lagos Nawa’. The singer announced his seventh body of work for the seventh year running via his Instagram page on Friday . . .
#AFRIMA 2017: Wizkid defeats Davido . Tekno . Runtown
Popular Nigerian-born Ayo Balogun, a celebrity pop star and Ojuelegba crooner, a.k.a. Wizkid, was the biggest winner at the All Africa Music Awards (AFRIMMA 2017) held on Sunday night at the Eko Convention Centre, Lagos . . .
Nigerian music superstar Chidinma and Kenyan music pioneers Sauti Sol, join up to discover more about each other’s music and make something special on Coke Studio Africa — in October, 2017 . . .
Introduction of MBGN Miss Ugochi Ihezue:
Ugochi IHEZUE of Nigeria won the Top Model contest of Miss World 2017; Thailand, China and Croatia were Top 4 along with Nigeria. Madjack Entertainment introduces the Most Beautiful Girl in Nigeria (MBGN) as she heads to China to represent Nigeria . . .
Nigerian superstar pop singer, Davido premieres the visuals to his latest buzzing single –FIA. The video was produced by DMW and directed by Clarence Peters . . .
The Nigerian federal government says it is irrevocably committed to growing the creative industry in view of its importance to the economy . . .