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Nigerian female artistes forming boss, don’t feature one another – Fan

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A Nigerian man has accused female artistes in the country of ‘forming the boss’ and ignoring collaborations with one another.

The Nigerian, one Patrick Anyaoku/@Pat’o, took to Twitter to share the unique observation about female singers in the Nigerian music industry.

Pat’o observed that most Nigerian female artistes don’t like collaborating on songs, a practice which is the direct opposite of what the male artistes do.

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His tweet reads ;

I noticed something Nigerian Female Artiste don’t feature each other, unlike the male Artiste.

I guess every one of them are forming Boss or they don’t need each other verse on a track??

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Davido, Wizkid, other stars will struggle to collaborate with me soon – Dami J 

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Double Six Entertainment music act, Damilare Johnson, known in showbiz as Dami J, has boasted that Wizkid, Davido and other beg stars will beg him for collaborations soon.

Dami J, whose debut album is in the works, believes that he is the new big thing coming on the Nigerian music scene.

He said,

“Although I adore the sounds of Davido, Wizkid, and other raving stars, they will all struggle to collaborate with me pretty soon,” Dammy J boasts.

According to the graduate of Bowen University, leading musicians who have willingly offered to feature on his forthcoming body of work gives him the confidence that he’s doing something right.

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Born in Abeokuta, Ogun State, Johnson’s passion for music has been from childhood, just like many before him. Music was his first love but his education inevitably had to come first.

To him, primary school came and finished like a flash – with tiny recollection of memories. Secondary school was more vivid as he had off-and-on moments with music but he says it was nothing serious as his typical African parents prioritised his academic education.

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University, however, presented ‘Dami Johnson’ an opportunity to explore his musical potentials as this was the only time he had a semblance of independence albeit stifled by a ton of rules and regulations of the institution. He was admitted into Bowen University, Iwo, Osun State, to study Mass Communication. Johnson says the admission compelled him to have two ultimate goals – graduate with good grades and to hone his musical skill and be known for it amongst his peers.

The first goal was to make his parents happy. The second was for his own happiness. He graduated and his music resonated beyond the lecture halls of Bowen University, it warmed the hearts of his contemporaries.

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Fast-forward to present day. After officially launching his music career in 2018, Johnson, now known by a new stage name ‘Dammy J’, has been signed to a record label, Time Town.

He has gone ahead to release two potentially hit singles ‘Chimney’ and ‘Elebolo’.

The official video for ‘Chimney’ which features ace comedians ‘Brodda Shaggi’ and ‘Officer Woos’, is due for release by the end of July 2020.

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Olu Jacobs stuns at 78

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Veteran Nigerian actor, Oludotun Baiyewu Jacobs aka Olu Jacobs remains golden at 78 on the movie scene.

The actor who has been off-the-screen for a while turns 78-year-old today, Saturday, July 11.

Jacobs has many things to be thankful for after he was rumoured to have died.

To prove he is active, the veteran has been using his unique talent to intrigue and delight the public.

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With his unique humour, Jacobs takes time to engage fans on Instagram by sharing motivational content.

In an interview with The Nation in 2015, the iconic actor once said that he enjoys acting.

“I enjoy what I do very much. And I have still got the physical power. My staying power has been my energy, both physical and mental, as well as the passion for the job. Also, there are still uncle and grand-dad characters to play.”

Having starred in over 150 Nollywood movies and several internationally, fans are yet to get enough of the sterling actor on the screens.

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For his brilliance, Jacobs has won several awards including African Movie Academy Award for Best Actor in Leading Role in 2007, Industry Merit Award for outstanding achievements in acting at the 2013 Africa Magic Viewers Choice Awards.

AMAA conferred its Lifetime Achievement Awards on him in 2016.

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Samklef says Nigeria wasn’t created to work

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I composed ‘Molowo noni baba God noni’ to promote God’s business – Samklef reveals

Nigerian music producer, Samklef whose real name is Samuel Oguachuba, has shared his thoughts on the creation of Nigeria.

The beatmaker and of recent vocal critic of bad governance, in a post via his official Twitter account, stated that Nigeria was not created to work.

Samklef stressed that due to the nature of Nigeria, security agencies get really angry at youths that are making progress.

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Nigerian music producer, Samklef whose real name is Samuel Oguachuba, has shared his thoughts on the creation of Nigeria.

The Molowo Noni crooner wrote:

“Nigeria was not created to work that’s why it pain the security agencies to see young people succeed.”

See his post below:

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