Everybody Loves D’Banj, And We Do Too! Here Are All The Reasons Why
September 28, 2015
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Asa — “You and Me” Five years after Bed of Stone, Asa is back with her most personal and cohesive album to date, Lucid. The 14-track project is filled with songs tackling the sting of heartbreak, and that’s exactly why “You and Me”, its most hopeful and upbeat song, stands out so much. The track […]
After 6 years, the Black Diamond is back with his sophomore album! Six years ago, Wande Coal dropped his debut album ‘Mushin 2 Mohits’ which included the hits ‘Ololufe’, ‘Bumper2Bumper’, ‘You Bad’ (featuring D’banj) and more. And while he’s stayed in the spotlight, releasing new music via his Black Diamond Entertainment label and featuring on other […]
We can’t say what was going through the minds of the man who made the first social network–a platform called Six Degrees created in 1997. We do know that he definitely couldn’t have foreseen how Nigerians would step into social media platforms like… As we’ve done with jollof rice, highlife and Vans, Nigerians have left […]
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