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Majek Fashek was an epitome of love – Adewale Ayuba


Majek Fashek: Cause of Raggae star's death revealed

Legendary Fuji Musician, Adewale Ayuba, on Tuesday paid tribute to the late reggae musical icon, Majekodunmi Fasheke, popularly known as Majek Fashek who died June 1, aged 57years.

Ayuba described Fashek as an epitome of love during an interview in Lagos, while reacting to the Rainmaker’s death.

He said Fashek had left indelible memories in the mind of his fans as he took the reggae music to a higher level while alive.

“Majek Fashek’s death is a great loss to the nation and the world at large, he will be greatly missed.

“He was an epitome of love, considering my personal encounter with him and several projects we have handled together even beyond the shores of this country.

“He was such a kind and loving person who does not hold grudges, I have never sighted him fighting any artiste or being unhappy about any artiste’s success rather he showed love to everyone.

“Fashek should be called love because he is an epitome of love, he wished everyone well and never quarreled with anyone.

“We cannot talk about the growth of the entertainment industry without mentioning Majek Fashek, he is one of the musicians who has taken nation’s culture beyond the shores of the nation,” he said.

Ayuba urged Nigerian artists to emulate Fashek’s virtue of love while they show love to one another.

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He said Fashek was a creative musician who never took after the Jamaican kind of reggae music as everyone understood whatever he says in his music.

He, however, called on the Federal Government to immortalise the reggae musical icon along with most of the late legendary musicians like Ayinde Barrister and Victor Olaiya.

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According to him, this was neccesssary because the musical legends had contributed meaningfully to the growth of Nigeria’s entertainment industry.



Help! cry British musicians, warning of crisis in live music industry



Paul McCartney, Ed Sheeran and The Rolling Stones were among some 1,500 musicians who called on Thursday for the British government to help the live music business survive the coronavirus outbreak.

“The future for concerts and festivals and the hundreds of thousands of people who work in them looks bleak,” the musicians wrote in an open letter to British Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden.

“Until these businesses can operate again, which is likely to be 2021 at the earliest, government support will be crucial to prevent mass insolvencies and the end of this world-leading industry.”

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The letter called for a clear timeline on when music venues could reopen, as well as support for businesses and jobs.

Dowden responded to the musicians in a tweet on Thursday saying he is “pushing hard for these dates & to give you a clear roadmap back”.

He said decisions on reopening of live music venues would be difficult as it relates to the future of social distancing.

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Music venues, concerts and festivals – including the annual summer Glastonbury festival – were shuttered or cancelled in March when the COVID-19 pandemic took hold in the country.

Britain, whose death toll from the pandemic is approaching 55,000, showed a Reuters tally of official data sources, is in the process of gradually reopening retail stores, schools and pubs.

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The musicians in the letter said live music added 4.5 billion pounds ($5.6 billion) to the British economy and supported 210,000 jobs across the country in 2019.

The appeal was signed by musicians across genres and generations, including Rod Stewart, Eric Clapton, Bob Geldof, Coldplay, Sting and Dua Lipa, as well as producers and operators of concert halls and clubs.










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My body is a celebration of humanness, Popular Chika Lann says as she shares nvde photos



Nigerian filmmaker, actress, former model and television personality, Chika Lann took to Instagram today to share nude photos of herself in stunning positions.

The Tv star captioned her post saying:

“My body is a celebration of humanness.
I can’t cage it for the comfort of others.
So, if you don’t like what you see, just take a chill pill and close your eyes, or better still, UNFOLLOW,”

“Mai Oui! I play when I want to play. I get dirty when I want to get dirty. Ce ma vie! I am here to show myself and move on to the next stage before my next birth. So, like me, hate me, I don’t care. I live in my own Planet. #unapologetic #wildfeminine #femmefatale #chikalann.”

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Burna Boy clocks 29 today



Burna Boy

Multiple award-winning Nigerian singer, Damini Ebunoluwa Ogulu (born 2 July 1991), known professionally as Burna Boy, is celebrating his birthday today, July 2.

Burna Boy rose to prominence in 2012 after releasing “Like to Party”, the lead single from his debut studio album L.I.F.E (2013).

In 2017, Burna Boy signed with Bad Habit/Atlantic Records in the United States and Warner Music Group internationally. His third studio album Outside marked his major-label debut.

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In 2019, he won Best International Act at the 2019 BET Awards and was announced as an Apple Music Up Next artist. His fourth studio album African Giant was released in July 2019;

Also, it won Album of the Year at the 2019 All Africa Music Awards and was nominated for Best World Music Album at the 62nd Annual Grammy Awards.

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