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    A few months ago, Kizz Daniel tweeted that he would love to perform his hit single ‘Buga’ at the World Cup. It will appear that the ...
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    Rising singer, Victor Barnabas Nanribetmun better known as Lucid is a singer and songwriter worth paying attention to.   The  artiste who hails from Plateau State but ...
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    Steve Osagie, the manager to Abdulrasheed Bello, alias JJC Skillz, Funke Akindele’s estranged husband, is dead. According to information gathered, the gentle music promoter sadly passed away in his sleep in the United Kingdom. Tunde Ednut broke the heartbreaking news on ...
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    When Nigerian music star, Davido, was attempting to be a rapper in America, Senegalese-American musician, Aliaune Damala Badara, popularly known as Akon said he advised him to instead, return to Africa and make music ...
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    Soso Soberekon, an artist manager and entrepreneur, has demanded N500 million in retaliation for a defamatory statement made by singer Harrysong. This comes as a result of Harrysong’s allegation during a recent interview. He contended that Soso Soberekon is not a friend of his because he tried to kill him in Port Harcourt. He said this while attempting to prove that in the entertainment industry, there are no true friends.  Most people who claim to be friends are actually arch enemies. In a letter sent through his lawyer, Soso Soberekon charged Harryson with libellous publication. He demanded N500 million in damages, asked the singer to retract his statement and apologize to him through major news sources.
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    Soso Soberekon, according to Harrison Tare Okiri, aka Harrysong, is not his friend. He continued by claiming that Soberekon once dispatched assassins to kill him in Port Harcourt. During an interview with the host of the Frankly Speaking Podcast, the singer revealed this. The singer said this to justify his argument that people in the entertainment industry who claim to be his friends are actually his enemies. When Harrysong was signed to Five Star Music, a record label owned by Kcee and his brother, Emeka Okonkwo, Soso Soberekon was Kcee’s manager, but things fell apart between them when the singer left the label. Soso once sent his men to beat up Harrysong’s manager, Desmond Ike, for allowing the singer to leave the ...
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    Popular R&B singer and songwriter, Asa, has demanded $300 million naira from YBNL artist, Joeboy and producer Tempoe for infringement of copyright in Joeboy’s recent hit ...
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    Ed Sheeran, a British singer, has been charged in court with plagiarism of Marvin Gaye’s song. A federal judge ordered the singer to stand trial in response to allegations that he plagiarised Marvin Gaye’s 1973 hit song “Let’s Get It On” on his 2014 track “Thinking Out Loud.” In his court application, Ed Sheeran contended that the copyright claims were “baseless” and “far too frequent.” The plaintiffs, however, claim that Ed Sheeran and his writing partner, Amy Wadge, plagiarised and exploited the Marvin Gaye song without permission or credit, “including but not limited to the melody, rhythms, harmonies, drums, bass line, backing chorus, tempo, syncopation, and looping,” and they are seeking $100 million (£90 million) in damages. The trial date, on the other hand, is yet to be set. This is not the singer’s first legal battle. A lawsuit was recently filed against him and his songwriting partners, John McDaid and Steven McCutcheon, alleging that the chorus of their song “Shape of You” was lifted word for word from Ross O’Donoghue and Sami Chokri’s 2015 single, “Oh Why.” During the March 2022 trial, the High Court Judge ruled that the imitation was not done “purposefully or unconsciously.”  Ed and his co-defendants were awarded costs of £900,000 afterwards. Upon the court’s decision, Ed communicated his hope on his Instagram page that it would put an end to further frivolous claims.
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    Don Jazzy, the CEO of Mavin Records, has announced the signing of new producers and songwriters. The musician confirmed the four producers and two songwriters on Thursday via an Instagram video. The six artists include Alexander Uwaifo (Andre Vibes), Prince Omoferi (Mbryo), and Oluwadamilare Aderibigbe (Milar). King Agene David (Prestige), Jackson Okpeku (JVXN), and Chinomso Ohajianya (Sevn) are some of the others. The songwriters are Milar and Mbryo, and the others producers. Don Jazzy stated that the new signees are charged with “redefining the sound of Afrobeats.” Creating beautiful music takes talented people coming together. Producers and songwriters are the backbones of the ...
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    Kelly Rowland has collaborated Oyinkansola Aderibigbe, aka Ayra Starr, on the remix of her hit single “Bloody Samaritan.” Ghanaian-American author, Larry Ossei-Mensah, urged both singers about collaborating on the song a few months ago. Mensah tagged both singers in an Instagram story video of himself driving with the song playing in the background, writing, “I need this collab to happen for the culture, please!” Rowland and Starr both reposted the video on their Instagram pages, notifying fans that they were keen to work together. On Tuesday, Ayra Starr confirmed the release of the remix by posting a photo of herself and Rowland on her Instagram page. Super excited to share this with ...