Olakunle Ajayi-Bembe, also known as KSTAR, is a Lagos Nigerian based
musician, composer, businessman, Pan-African and Environmentalist. His
musical genre is Afrobeat where he combines traditional Yoruba percussions
and vocal styles with global mainstream groove, pop and jazz.
Veteran actress, Sidikat Odukanwi, popularly known as Iyabo Oko is Dead!!
Earlier, rumors about the death of Yoruba’s veteran actress Iyabo Oko went viral on the Internet. However, the rumor was debunked by the last daughter of actress Olamide Oduola.
She died after an illness… MAY HER SOUL REST IN PEACE… AMEN!
Giztzzz… mAdE t.V!
The suspension on microblogging site, Twitter might soon be lifted by the Nigerian government as the social media giant has reportedly met six conditions imposed on it.
Da’Rule is a fast rising Indigenous rapper and singer and he’s back with a Afro Amapiano Inspired Tuned Titled ‘Wa ti Ma Gbo’
Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, the U.S government has made a surplus of financial relief available. A new report notes criminals have made off with nearly $100 billion of that relief.
Internet sensation and celebrity, Ismaila Mustapha, popularly known as Mompha, has sued Nigerian crossdresser, Idris Okuneye, aka Bobrisky, for defamation.
Blac Youngsta has heard all of the criticism of his dissing of Young Dolph after his death and is doubling down. Blac Youngsta dropped off his new video for “I’m Assuming” and in the video, images of the rapper performing next to a memorial with the words “Thornton” on it are seen. Young Dolph’s legal name is Adolph Robert Thornton.
Sean Combs is once again the owner of Sean John.
According to mAdE t.V sources, the legendary producer and Bad Boy founder retook ownership of his brand after the company filed for bankruptcy. He won the rights to Sean John after a bidding war with 4 other parties, winning it back for $7.5 million.
It’s reported that the deal will be finalized this week…
Some gunmen have abducted a Department of State Services operative during an attack on residents in Abaji, Abaji Area Council of the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja, on Saturday.
Peter Nielsen, a Danish man, who was arraigned before the Lagos High Court on Tuesday, for killing his Nigerian wife and daughter said he did not immediately realise his wife and daughter had died when he found them lying on the ground in their apartment.