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Made In Lagos: Check The Full Track list Of Wizkid's Album

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Popular and internationally acclaimed Nigerian music star, Wizkid has finally dropped the track list for ‘Made In Lagos,’ his most anticipated album yet.

‘Made In Lagos’ is billed or scheduled to be out on the 15th of October, 2020 and it features an array of music superstars.

It’s a 14-track album that features Skepta, Ella Mai, Burna Boy, Damian Marley and Starboy Terri.

It was initially said to feature Tems, Tay Iwar and Projexx but according to what was seen on the track list that dropped on Amazon yesterday, their names were not on it. 

However, multiple reports has it that the track list might be updated later on.

It has also been revealed through Wizkid’s Instagram handle months ago that the producers on the projects are P2J, Sarz, Kel P, Blaq Jerzee, London, Mut4y and Juls.


  1. Reckless
  2. Ginger ft Burna Boy
  3. Longtime ft Skepta
  4. Mighty wine
  5. Blessed
  6. Smile
  7. Piece of me
  8. No stress
  9. True love
  10. Sweet one
  11. Essence
  12. Roma
  13. Gyrate
  14. Grace

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Davido, Olamide, Mayorkun win big at 2017 NEA Awards | Full List of Winners and photos

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The 12th edition of the Nigerian Entertainment Awards (NEA) was held on Saturday at the Symphony Space Center in New York. It was indeed a night of entertainment and reward for the big achievers in the Nigerian entertainment industry including music, film, TV, Radio and so many other categories.

High-flying Davido took home two awards for Hottest Single of the Year (“IF“) and Afropop Male Act of the Year. His protege, Mayorkun also took home an award for Best New Act. Street king Olamide took home the award for Album of The Year (“The Glory“).

In the Film/TV category, Ramsey Noauh took home the Best Actor for his role in “’76” while Funke Akindele took home the award for Best Actress for her role in “A Trip to Jamaica

Present at the event were top industry acts like Davido, Olamide, Seyi Shay, DJ Self, Young Paris, Barbee, Gbenro Ajibade, Dremo, Korto Davies, Sheyman, ID Cabasa, DJ Enimoney, Danagog, Dotman and so much more.

See full list of winners below:

MUSIC CATEGORIES

·      Album of the Year: Glory (Olamide)

·      Hottest Single of the Year: If (Davido)

·      AfroPop Male Artist of the Year: Davido

·      AfroPop Female Artist of the Year: Seyi Shay

·      Rap Act of the Year: Olamide

·      Dancehall Artist: Patoranking

·      Best Collabo of the Year: Iskaba – Wande Coal & DJ Tunez

·      Best Music Video of the Year (Director): Yolo- Seyi Shay (Dir: Meji Alabi)

·      Best New Act: Mayorkun

·      Indigenous Artist of the Year: Phyno

·      Diaspora Artist of the Year: Jidenna

·      Inspirational Artist of the Year: Sinach

·      Most Promising Act to Watch: Deshinor

·      Music Producer of the Year: Krisbeatz

·      African Male Artist of the Year (Non-Nigerian): Toofan

·      African Female Artist of the Year (Non-Nigerian): Becca

·      AfroSoca: Machel Montano

FILM/TV CATEGORIES

·      Best Actor: Ransey Noauh (76)

·      Best Actress: Funke Akindele (A Trip to Jamaica)

·      Supporting Actor: AY (A Trip to Jamaica)

·      Supporting Actress: Kehinde Bankole (The Dinner)

·      Film Director: Steve Gukas (93 Days)

·      Best Picture: The Wedding Party

·      Best Lead Role in TV: Oreka Godis (Our Best Friend’s Wedding)

·      Best Lead Role in Film (Non-Nigerian / Africa): Korto Davies

·      Best TV Show: Big Brother Naija

OTHER CATEGORIES:

·      Best Disc Jockey: DJ Prince

·      Diaspora Disc Jockey of the Year: DJ Phemstar (U.S.)

·      Africa Disc Jockey of the Year: DJ Slick Stuat & Roja (UG)

·      Entertainment Executive of the Year: Tobi Sanni Daniel

·      OAP of the Year: Big Tak (Urban FM)

·      TV Presenter: Seyitan (The Sauce)

·      Best Comedy Act: Woli Arole & Asiri

·      Photographer: Kelechi Amadi

See photos from the event below:

Davido, Olamide, Mayorkun win big at 2017 NEA Awards | Full List on Winners
Davido, Olamide, Mayorkun win big at 2017 NEA Awards | Full List on Winners
Davido, Olamide, Mayorkun win big at 2017 NEA Awards | Full List on Winners
Davido, Olamide, Mayorkun win big at 2017 NEA Awards | Full List on Winners
Davido, Olamide, Mayorkun win big at 2017 NEA Awards | Full List on Winners
Davido, Olamide, Mayorkun win big at 2017 NEA Awards | Full List on Winners
Davido, Olamide, Mayorkun win big at 2017 NEA Awards | Full List on Winners
Davido, Olamide, Mayorkun win big at 2017 NEA Awards | Full List on Winners
 
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Opting For Music Made Me To Become A 'Black Sheep' In My Family - Fireboy

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The popular Nigerian singer, Ademola Adefolahan, who is socially known as Fireboy, has narrated how he was once treated as the black sheep of his family for opting for music as a career.

The gifted singer brought this revelation to light while featuring on the season finale of ‘Behind The Story’, a show by MTV Base.

Fireboy, who recently dropped a new single titled ‘Eli’ and featured in Reminisce’s ‘Ogaranya’, explained that things took a dramatic turn between him and his parents when he told them he was ditching his seeming promising scholarly future for music.

He added that his parents, particularly his mother, were not in support of his career choice because he chose a secular music genre.

The ‘Vibration’ crooner recalled his mother — being a Christian — “forcing” songs by Tope Alabi and Yinka Ayefele, two Yoruba gospel singers, down his throat while growing up.

“My mother was forcing Yinka Ayefele, Tope Alabi songs down my throat. I was not the black sheep in the family until l told my parents l was going for music,” he said.

“My parents weren’t supportive at first because it was a switch. It was a very big switch from a promising child that seemed destined to be a professor to someone who suddenly woke up to wanting to be a musician.

“It took sometimes for them to get used to that. Their reaction was because l gave them hope that l was going to be a scholar and then the sudden switch.”

“I convinced them in the long run by becoming successful. My mum is my biggest fan now,” he added.

Since he joined YBNL, a record label owned by Olamide, a rapper, in 2018, the singer has continued to pull the strings in the Nigerian music industry.

Meanwhile, he has now won the ‘Most Promising Act of the Year’ category at the 2019 City People Music Awards and also snagged nominations at the 13th Headies as well as at the 2019 African Music Awards (AFRIMA).




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I Made A Big Mistake - Etinosa Comments On her trending Nude Video

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Actress/IG comedian, Etinosa Idemudia, has finally reacted after being slammed for going nude on singer MC Galaxy's Live video session.

According to her she made a mistake, and she would not repeat it. 

She made this known through a post on her IG page, below is the content of the post:

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