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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.

READ ALSO:Three Months After, Tiwa Savage Recounts Performance At King Charles III’s Coronation

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.”

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Burna Boy Explains Why Nigerians Hate Him




Grammy-winning Nigerian singer Damini Ogulu, popularly known as Burna Boy, has revealed why he is “hated” in the music industry.

According to him, he is hated by his “inferiors” for having no “superiors.”

The controversial singer posted this on his X handle on Saturday when he wrote, “Hated by my inferiors for having no superiors,” while sharing a photo of himself.

Recall that Burna Boy has repeatedly claimed that he is hated by Nigerians.

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In ‘Thank You’, a track from his recent album, I Told Them, Burna Boy insinuated that Nigerians don’t appreciate him enough despite making the country proud “every chance I get.”

He said instead of Nigerians appreciating his invaluable musical contributions to the nation, they spread rumours that his mother was one of the dancers of the late Afrobeat pioneer, Fela Kuti, and that impotency might be the reason he doesn’t have a baby mama like most of his colleagues.

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How Radio Station Rejected Me, 9ice For Singing In Yoruba’ – Reminisce




Indigenous rapper, Remilekun Abdulkalid Safaru, popularly known as Reminisce, has recalled his “first major” rejection in the music industry.

The ‘King Of Boys’ star said his first major rejection was when a radio station rejected him and singer, 9ice’s CDs because they performed their music mostly in Yoruba.

He disclosed this in a recent interview with Zikoko.

Reminisce said, “My first major rejection was with 9ice on the Island at a radio station where we went to submit our music CDs for airplay, and the feedback we got was that we would never make it.

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“They said 9ice was singing like Babalawo [native doctor] cos he sings in Yoruba.

“The other guy told me: ‘why am I rapping like a buffoon, can’t I see Ruggedman? He said that we should both go back and look for something to do with our lives and be better.

“That was my first major rejection. I will never forget it, even 9ice I’m sure he hasn’t forgotten it.”

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