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Night Of Queens: What To Expect At Big Musical Showdown



Nigerian queens of Afro-pop, including Tiwa Savage, Teni the entertainer, Simi, Waje, Niniola, Yemi Alade, Dope Ceaser among others are gearing up for a showdown as they perform at the highly anticipated “Night of Queens” concert slated for Sunday, December 17, at Eko hotels and Suites, Lagos.

The all-female concert, being packaged by Livewire Concerts, an international entertainment company in Nigeria is a celebration of the country’s musical powerhouses.

Themed “A Night of Queens”, the first of its kind concert will have an all-female lineup take the stage to showcase their incredible talent and diversity of Nigeria’s female music scene.

According to Seyi Sodimu, a Night of Queens concert is more than just a musical performance, it’s a celebration of female excellence and a testament to the groundbreaking achievements of these remarkable artistes.

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Each of the female artists has made significant contributions to the Nigerian music scene, inspiring other women to aspire for greatness.

The concert promises a diverse musical medley, showcasing the unique styles and sounds that have made these songstresses household names in Nigeria and beyond.

From Tiwa Savage’s captivating Afropop to Teni’s infectious melodies, Simi’s soulful vocals to Waje’s powerful voice, Niniola’s vibrant energy to Yemi Alade’s electrifying performances, and Dope Ceaser’s captivating blend of genres, the audience is in for an unforgettable experience that will leave them wanting more.

Tiwa Savage’s fans can’t wait to see what their musical idol will bring to the stage, after her electrifying performance at the coronation of HRH King Charles.

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Like Tiwa Savage, Yemi Alade, Waje and Teni are expected to bring down the roof with their energetic performances and perhaps, leave a lasting impression on the minds of the audience.

Particularly, the ‘Johnny’ crooner, whose sound draws from many African styles, is expected to captivate the audience with her energy and talent. Already, the whole city of Lagos is reverberating ahead of the concert date.

In an Instagram post, Sodimu described the concert as “a spectacular night with some of Nigeria’s biggest female stars, alongside some of the hottest female DJs and entertainers.”


Davido Wants Kanye West To Join Him At Puma




Nigerian singer Davido has advised American rapper, Kanye West to join him at Puma following the latter’s public criticism of Adidas on social media.

West had called out Adidas for selling a Yeezy design without his approval and exploiting his loyal fan base despite terminating its collaboration with him in 2022 over a string of antisemitic remarks.

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“Not only are they [Adidas] putting out fake colorways that are non-approved, they’re suing me for $250 million and they’re also not paying me for these shoes that they’re putting out that have my name on it,” the billionaire rapper lamented in a video message shared via Instagram on Monday.

Following West’s outburst, Davido, who is a global ambassador of Adidas rival Puma, urged him to consider collaborating with Puma.

” Come to @puma Ye @kanyewest,” he wrote via his Instagram story.

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How I Stole Tricycle To Fund My Music – Bella Shmurda




Nigerian singer Bella Shmurda has opened up on how desperation made him do some shady things during his days as a struggling artist.

The Dagbana crooner in a new documentary titled ‘Bella Shmurda: Tension in Ibadan 2024,’ revealed that he hijacked a tricycle at some point to fund his music.

He said desperation also made him sign a record deal that didn’t end well.

Shmurda said, “I shouldn’t have rushed. We will never get to see the future. So everybody is rushing. I went into some things that didn’t later pay off. I went to sign a deal with rush which later was funny.

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“I stole keke (tricycle) because of money but Alhamdulilah, I’m here today.”

The singer said becoming a father has affected the kind of music he makes and visuals he puts out.

“Seeing my son, inspires me. What’s on my head is, ‘Wettin this boy go see in the next 10 years?’ I don’t want him to see my old videos. I want him to see a new Bella,” he said.

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‘I Became Sexually Inactive After Prostate Surgery’ – Actor Kola Oyewo [VIDEO]




Veteran Nollywood actor, Kola Oyewo, has stated that he became sexually inactive after his battle with prostate enlargement.

The 77-year-old actor revealed this while narrating how he survived the ailment.

In a now trending video on the internet, actor Kunle Afod and veteran actor, Peter Fatomilola visited Oyewo in his house to check on his well-being.

Speaking with his guests in Yoruba language, Oyewo explained that he first experienced difficulty passing out urine in July 2019, before being diagnosed with prostate enlargement.

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During one of the surgeries to save his life, Oyewo disclosed that he had to give up his ability to engage in sexual intercourse.

Interacting with his visitors, he said “I had an enlarged prostate but I feel better now. In 2019, I first noticed that I would easily pee on myself or find it difficult to urinate.

“I went to the hospital and I was told that my prostate is getting larger and I will undergo surgery. They made an incision on my stomach and inserted what will help me pass out urine to prevent me from dying immediately.

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“Also, I was advised to undergo another surgery that will stop my sexual performance. I told them to go ahead because I no longer need it as my children were grownups with their own kids.”

Kola Oyewo started acting after he joined the Oyin Adejobi theatre group in 1964. His first role was Adejare in ‘Orogun Adedigba’.

He is currently a performing arts lecturer at Elizade University Ilara-Mokin, in Ondo State.

Watch him speak below:

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