Nigerian rapper, Olamide has stated that Davido’s upcoming album, ‘A Better Time’ is filled with bangers.
Olamide made this know via his instagram page after he was done listening to it. Taking to his Instagram page, the rapper said the album is filled with bangers.
“Heard OBO album yesterday and saw some unreleased videos..what at a time to be alive. Afrobeats way too massive now. Bangers.”
Many fans have been predicting the release of Davido’s new album. The 17-track album is set to drop after Peruzzi releases Gaza, his fourth body of work in two years.
Davido recently spoke about how he got Nicki Minaj on the album. A Better Time will be just one of the releases that are set to saturate the final four months of a loaded 2020. The singer’s latest single FEM has been doing well across diverse music streaming outlets. It broke a record, previously owned by the singer, of a million views under 7 hours on YouTube.
Shaffy Bello, Kemi Adetiba, Laura Ikeji, Real Warri Pikin, Lala Akindoju and other Nigerian celebrities have stormed popular singer, Omawumi's Instagram page with lovely comments as she showed off her husband, Tosin Yusuf and kids.
The mother of two took to her verified Instagram page to share lovely photos of her family and tagged it;
"My Safe Space... I usually don't do this... But it is good to testify of God's goodness"
"The relationship between us is psycological...now who is psyco? and who is logical? "
See the photos below;
Timi Dakolo Opens Up about standing by his wife after she accused Coza’s Biodun Fatoyinbo of raping her
Popular Nigerian singer, Timi Dakolo has opened up about standing by his wife, Busola Dakolo after she called out celebrated pastor of COZA church, pastor Biodun Fatoyinbo of allegedly raping her.
Kemi Filani News recalls that Busola Dakolo called out the pastor as she shared her story about how he allegedly raped her several times as an underage girl.
Speaking with Betty Irabo on "Life Lessons", Timi said;
"It’s probably one of the most difficult things I’ve ever encountered as a man and as a person. When we stand before the altar and the priest and say, for better for worse, I’ll be there, these are the times when they count. I just wanted her to be free."
He said his love...
The filmmakers are planning a surprise online release to catch the regulators off-guard. Nigerian lesbian movie “Ife” produced by Pamela Adie and directed by Uyaiedu Ikpe-Etim is set for release despite a stern warning from Nigerian Film and Video Censors Board (NFVCB) that the film (which means “love” in Yoruba language violates the country’s strict laws on homosexuality.
But according to a report by the BBC, the filmmakers have decided to get the film across to the Nigerian audience. To get around, the statement says the filmmakers are planning a surprise online release to catch the regulators off-guard.
According to the Censors Board boss, Adebayo Thomas, both the producer and the director, and indeed all involved in the film could be risking jail terms of 14 years sentence for promoting homosexuality in a country where...