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Wizkid says new album for better Nigeria

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Nigerian musician, Wizkid, says its new album, Made in Lagos, released via Starboy/Sony Music International/RCA Records, is in support of the Nigerian youth and their struggle for a better nation.

The album was dropped on Friday, 30 October, 2020.

Made in Lagos is expected to inspire listeners with the unique sound, live instrumentation and vibes of Lagos, but will celebrate Wizkid’s love and appreciation for where he comes from and his inspirational journey with standout tracks such as “Blessed” and “Reckless.”

The 14-track project has features from a group of chart-topping artists such as Burna Boy, Skepta, Damian Marley, H.E.R. Ella Mai and Starboy Entertainment’s youngest signeeTerri.

Originally scheduled for release on Thursday, October 15, 2020, Wizkid said he dedicated the project to the citizens of Nigeria in their crusade against police brutality.

He says, “It has been beautiful to see Nigerians around the world coming together to protest against police brutality.

“Unity is key. The youth of Nigeria need our collective voices to continue to shine spotlight on what is happening inside the country. I want to play my part in this and in the movement for a better Nigeria, a better place to live for ourselves, our families – our communities. We will get through this together. Together we move. #EndSARS.”

He listed tracks in Made in Lagos as

01 Reckless

02 Ginger feat. Burna Boy

03 Longtime feat. Skepta

04 Mighty Wine

05 Blessed feat. Damian Marley

06 Smile feat. H.E.R.

07 Piece of Me feat. Ella Mai

08 No Stress

09 True Love feat. Tay Iwar & Projexx

10 Sweet One

11 Essence feat. Tems

12 Roma feat. Terri

13 Gyrate

14 Grace

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BBNaija season 6 to begin July 24

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Multichoice Nigeria has announced that season six of the Big Brother Naija (BBNaija) reality show will begin on July 24.

 

Martin Mabutho, Multichoice Nigeria customer officer, broke the news on Monday during a press briefing with journalists.

 

The reality show will premiere with two opening ceremonies on Saturday and Sunday and will air from 7 pm on DStv channel 198 and GOtv channel 29 with a simulcast on Africa Magic Showcase, Africa Magic Urban, and Africa Magic Family.

 

The organisers also disclosed that there will be no SMS voting for this season, adding that fans will now be able to vote for their favourite housemates for free on BBNaija’s official website and mobile app as well as on the MyDStv and MyGOtv apps.

 

This year’s edition of BBNaija will run for 72 days and end on October 3, 2021.

 

Multichoice Nigeria had earlier announced a whopping N90 million as the grand prize for the winner of season six.

 

This makes it the highest grand prize a winner of the reality show will be receiving — since the BBNaija debuted in 2006.

 

Laycon, who won the previous edition had received the N85 million grand prize which includes a cheque of N30 million, Sport Utility Vehicle (SUV) from Innoson Motors, and a luxury two-bedroom apartment by Revolution Properties.

 

The fifth edition of the show was characterised by several controversies including a face-off between Laycon and Erica.

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ICYMI: You will end up in jail like Hushpuppi, Deji Adeyanju blasts Obi Cubana

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Activist Deji Adeyanju has warned billionaire club owner Obi Cubana to slow down on his open display of opulence to avoid ending up in jail.

 

Joining those questioning the source of Obi Cubana’s wealth, he said he may end up in jail like Hushpuppi based on how he is spending money.

 

He condemned the ‘spraying’ of money at his mum’s burial over the weekend at Oba, Anambra state.

Making reference to Hushpuppi who showcased his lifestyle on social media before he was arrested in Dubai, Adeyanju warned Cubana and others spraying bundles of notes to be careful of attracting the FBI and EFCC.

The activist wrote: “This was how some of us kept asking what Hushpuppi was doing that he was throwing money up and down but we were called names and insulted. Today, he is in an American jail.

 

“Hushpuppi once made several videos mocking me that I am jealous of him. That I should focus on politicians, activism and allow him to enjoy his money. Today, how far? We cannot watch you guys negatively brainwash young people and say nothing.”

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