KDDO has released the lead single to his forthcoming debut EP, “Beamer Body ” featuring Davido along with its official video, directed by Chris Simon.
The singer comes with a focal message to “empower women to be confident and comfortable in their bodies.”
KDDO speaks on linking up with music heavyweight, Davido while on tour last year in Las Vegas to record the track:
“I had already started working on the single back in LA. Davido and I were playing music back at the hotel in Vegas, then the beat came on and we were all just vibing. David really liked it, he got mad hyped about it and added a verse on the spot,” he said.
Watch the video below:
The Department of State Services (DSS) has said Rev. Fr. Ejike Mbaka, the Spiritual Director of Adoration Ministry, Enugu, is not in its custody.
DSS spokesperson, Peter Afunnaya, made this known in a text message sent to The PUNCH on Wednesday.
“He (Mbaka) is not with the DSS, please,” Afunnaya wrote in response to an inquiry by our correspondent.
The Ohanaeze Ndigbo Youth Council Worldwide (OYC) has raised an alarm, over Mbaka's whereabouts.
The cleric made the headlines last week, after he asked President Muhammadu Buhari to resign.
The Presidency in response, claimed Mbaka was refused a contract by Buhari.
OYC has now claimed that the priest is missing.
Popular Fuji singer, Pasuma has taken out time to pen down a lovely tribute to Nigerian Waka singer, Salawa Abeni on her 60th birthday today.
In the birthday tribute Pasuma wrote on his official Instagram page, he described Salawa as his mother, career adviser and the most powerful female musician in Nigeria.
Sharing a photo of the celebrant, Pasuma wrote;
"Happy 60th Birthday to the most powerful existing Wala Queen and the longest female musician in Nigeria… my mother and career adviser, God bless your new age Maami @officialsalawaabeni LLNP Maaaaaa"
Ahead of the birthday celebration, Pasuma paid the Waka singer a surprise visit at her residence.
Sharing a video of Pasuma's visit on her page,...
Former Vice president of Nigeria, Atiku Abubakar has taken to social media to express himself in memory of Late President Umar Musa Yar'adua.
The political elite said he has always been a true and patriotic leader to the country and prayed his memory continues to be a blessing to all.
"Eleven years in remembrance of our late President Umaru Yar’Adua—a patriot and compassionate leader. May your memory continue to be a blessing", he tweeted.
Late president ruled Nigeria for three years after which he got diagnosed for kidney and heart ailments and subsequently died 11 years ago.
Some Nigerians have reacted to his tweet:
@Realkabiru_msd replied: "Today is exactly 11 years without Malam Umaru Musa Yar'adua, PLS...