[Music] Phenom – Slow Whine

 

Phenom drops his first single of the year with this mid tempo tune titled ‘Slow Whine‘.

The song is his first in a while, produced by ace producer, ECHO, off his soon to be released e.p titled ‘ The Prodigal Son’. Enjoy!!

 

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7-Year-Old Boy Electrocuted In Benin (Photos, Video)

A seven year old child was allegedly electrocuted today by an electricity cable at Omo-Iyamu street, off Country Home Motel road, off Sapele road, Benin City.

Residents lamented that the BEDC Electric cable fell in the neighbourhood and Officials Of BEDC were called to rectify the situation in order to prevent any “accident” of any kind but the officials didn’t show up as the BEDC maintenance car was not available.

The slain boy, Stanley Bobo was said to have gone out to play when he stepped on the live wire, automatically killing him and burning part of his body.The unfortunate incident threw the entire residents of the area into grief.

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Naira Rises To N389/$ As Banks Buy 29% Of CBN’s Dollar Offer

As a result the parallel market exchange rate dropped from N391 per dollar to N389 per dollar. Confirming this to Vanguard, President, Association of Bureaux De Change Operators of Nigeria (ABCON), Alhaji Gwadabe said that BDCs have already paid to purchase another $20,000 from the CBN which would be delivered today, expressing optimism that the supply will further enhance the appreciation of the naira against the dollar.

Meanwhile, the CBN said that banks and other authorized dealers have again failed to fully subscribe to the $150 million it offered yesterday. It stated that the dealers could only pick the sum of $43.5 million, which represents 29 per cent of the $150 million offered for subscription in the wholesale segment of the foreign exchange market.

Confirming this development, the apex Bank’s spokesman, Isaac Okorafor, reaffirmed the Bank’s position to sustain the intervention with a view to making foreign exchange available for all genuine transactions eligible for foreign exchange through the CBN window.

Mr. Okorafor also allayed the fear over the dwindling subscription by authorized dealers noting that the development merely goes to confirm the extent of liquidity in the foreign exchange market and the determination of the CBN to sustain the intervention aimed at ensuring stability in the market.

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No One Can Put Me In A Box – Kiss Daniel On Being Cheated By His Label

 

Talented singer, Kiss Daniel, in a new interview with Punch, opened up on his career, label and more.

The G-Worldwide act, also talked about his label playing a smart one on him when it comes to splitting proceeds from shows and endorsement deals.

Read excerpts from the interview

When was the first time you knew you wanted to become a singer?

I think I was about seven then. I used to write a lot and when my father noticed my passion, he encouraged me to do more of it. However, I started music professionally in 2014.

You had a great outing with your New Era album, what’s the greatest benefit you have derived from it?

I got an award to show that I had the best album of 2016 and that means a lot to me. It shows that my work did not go unnoticed. The album went viral and I got universal recognition which also makes me happy. I am glad I made the album because initially, I had doubts about its success. I thought it wouldn’t be a hit because I did not feature major players in the music industry. Thankfully, it came out well and the fans loved it.

Do you sometimes wish you featured some artistes on the album?

Yes, I definitely do. However, I believe that’s how God wanted it. It is now in the past and I am currently working on another album which would be released next year. I want to make sure that whenever I drop an album, it will be a resounding success.

Which artistes would you like to work with?

I want to work with a lot of people and I’m still going to do that though I may not be able to tell you their names now.

Who are some of the people that influenced your sound?

I would say 9ice and 2face.

What are the major lessons being an artiste  has taught you?

I’ve learnt to always keep my mouth shut and not to always talk like a fool. One must always be eager to listen instead of talking. Talking too much will get you in a lot of trouble.

Have you ever been tempted to lash out at some of your followers online who get rude and abusive?

I am not that kind of person. I tried it once but I realised it’s not in my nature to do that. People are fond of throwing shots at me but I just laugh about it and move on. I don’t know what the person is going through at that time. That individual may be frustrated and is looking for an avenue to vent his anger and  I  refuse to come down to the person’s level.

What inspired your song, Sin City?

It is a response to a lot of comments I had been seeing online. There was a time I won two different awards for the Best Newcomer category and some people said that I didn’t deserve it. That was why in  Sin City, I said  that it’s not like the other guys out there are not cool but I’m the one that was chosen. The organisers of the awards thought I deserved the award and I couldn’t have rejected their good gesture.

What’s your take on the prominence of boobs, butts and nudity in the entertainment industry?

It is needed as it gets some certain set of people interested in music. As a matter of fact, I know some people who watch videos of ladies twerking first thing every morning. There are some people who wouldn’t watch your videos if there are no ladies flaunting their bums in it and that would reduce your views and followership. For instance, most of the feedback I have gotten on my new music video, Duro, has been about the ladies in it.

What is your contribution to your label mate, Sugarboy’s forthcoming album?

We collaborated on two great songs in the album and I prayed for him too, which I believe is very important.

It was once speculated that you only get a little of your concert and endorsement fees while your label takes the lion share, how true is that?

All I know is that I have a lot of money. I am Kiss Daniel, nobody can put me in a box.

I Don’t Trust Anyone, Too Many Traitors In The Industry – Lil Kesh

 

Singer/rapper, Lil Kesh, is insisting that the music industry is filled to the brim with traitors.

Speaking with Sunday Scoop, the ‘Cause Trouble’ crooner, said he doesn’t trust anyone as the music industry is filled with traitors.

In his words:

There are lots of fake people in this industry. When they see you doing well, they would come around you. But what they are really after is the fame and the fortune they think you have and they wouldn’t think twice about betraying you. I have seen a lot of such people in the industry and I can’t tolerate them because I have no time for fake love.”

On if he has ever been betrayed by anyone in the industry:

“It has never happened to me and that is because I deliberately keep my circle small. Most of the people around me now are the ones that I knew from way back. I’m not saying that it’s bad to make friends but one just has to be careful and smart in the process.”

On his new hairstyle:

“I’m an entertainer and I need to change my look from time to time. Many of my fans often ask me to change my style and I have to satisfy their yearnings. There’s no big deal to it and for people that don’t like it, I only have one question for them: is it your head?”

VIDEO: Wizkid Goes Blonde In New Hairdo, Btw Davido & HushPuppi | TX WEEKLY


The headlines;
  • Davido and new BFF, Hushpuppi reconcile after baseless social media attacks
  • Wizkid goes blonde in new hairdo
  • Banky W, Mayorkun, Coco Ice unlock new music + birth anniversary shoutout to Olamide, Lil Kesh, Sarz and Terry G

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