For those updated on the BIG BROTHER NAIJA Gifty the just evicted housemate from the #bbnaija reality game show who claimed she didn't know Banky W and Falz, finally apologizes on instagram a while ago... she claims she did it for the game and all but i feel she's entitled to her opinions.

please guys whats your take on Gifty's issue?


Good evening everyone...first of all i was misunderstood when I said I don't know Banky, actually what I meant was, "I've never met him in person"..Banky is an amazing singer no doubt. And right now i want to use this platform to apologize for all the wrong words I said about him. It's just a game,we say/do things for specific reasons + i was emotional unstable cos i was up for possible eviction. So to all banky fans and everyone plz forgive me, Banky I love ur music and you are a talented cute guy! #blessed And concerning FALZ,i know the song called "soft work" but believe me i had no idea it was FALZ that sang it and also i haven't met him before..that was why i had to ask "who is he"..#humblefalz To everyone out there,i just want to refresh your mindset again that the BIG BROTHER SHOW is always a game that has just one winner and whatever actions u have seen in the house is for a reason so please i beg you all don't judge by what you have seen or heard.....God richly bless you all and I LOVE YOU... abeg make una no vex for ma head na, na game rule me just dey follow ooo #NEVERGIVEUP #ITSJUSTGOD
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The 59th annual Grammy Awards was held Sunday February 12th in California, giving us another year of some incredible performances, some controversial moments and all the memes you’ll see on your timeline in the coming weeks.
Adele scored a major victory in the three big categories, winning Record of The Year and Song of The Year for “Hello” and Album of The Year for 25.
The song, a performance of which kicked off the televised portion of the ceremony, also won for Best Pop Solo Performance.
Adele also performed a tribute to the late George Michael, but messed up her first take of “Fastlove” and restarted it after some cussing.
The 28-year-old U.K. singer thanked Beyoncé directly in her end-of-night speeches, praising her fellow nominee for the power of LEMONADE and musing that she wished Beyoncé could be her mother.
Adele broke her Grammy for Album of the Year in half on stage at the award ceremony on Sunday night; a happy accident as she declared it truly belongs to Beyoncé.
Adele, who also won the Song of the Year award, explained at length how she felt Lemonade was a more deserving winner than her own 25.
“I can’t possibly accept this award,” she said during her acceptance speech. “The Lemonade album was just so monumental, Beyoncé. It was so monumental and well thought-out and beautiful and soul-bearing… we appreciate that. All of us artists here adore you. You are our light.”
She later added backstage: “I thought it was her year. What the fuck does she have to do to win Album of the Year?”
Beyoncé didn’t go home empty handed, though, winning the trophies for Best Music Video for Formation and Best Urban Contemporary Album for LEMONADE. As she accepted the second award, she gave an impassioned speech while her husband Jay Z and their daughter Blue Ivy watched on.
Her live performance was also nothing short of show-stopping.
Her sister Solange took home Best R&B Performance for “Cranes In The Sky” off of A Seat At The Table.
Chance The Rapper was another of the night’s big winners, making good on three of his seven nominations. He won Best Rap Performance for “No Problems” featuring Lil Wayne and 2 Chainz, and then scored Best New Artist and Best Rap Album for his streaming-only mixtape Coloring Book. His performance at the end of the show was another standout moment from the telecast, as he brought out gospel singers Kirk Franklin, Tamela Mann and a full choir.
Some of the other nominees for Best Rap Album skipped the show, with Drake on tour in Europe and Kanye West making good on his promise to boycott the awards if Frank Ocean wasn’t nominated (he wasn’t, in what was kind of a big deal).
Drake was awarded two trophies, with “Hotline Bling” winning Best Rap/Sung Performance and Best Rap Song.
Plenty of other Hip Hop and R&B notables attended though, with Rihanna, Rick Ross, CeeLo Green, John Legend, 2 Chainz, Desiigner, Lil Yachty and many others showing up on the red carpet.
ScHoolboy Q had previously said he’d probably pass on the show unless his daughter wanted to check it out, and apparently she did.
While A Tribe Called Quest’s new album wasn’t eligible for this year’s ceremony, they made their presence felt with a politically charged set that paid tribute to the late Phife Dawg and saw Busta Rhymes take aim at “President Agent Orange” and his “unsuccessful Muslim ban.” Watch that performance here.
Find list of winners below, or see the winners of every category here.
Record Of The Year
Adele – “Hello”
Beyonce – “Formation”
Lukas Graham – “7 Years”
Rihanna – “Work”
Twenty One Pilots – “Stressed Out”
Album Of The Year
Adele – 25
Beyonce – Lemonade
Justin Bieber – Purpose
Drake – Views
Sturgill Simpson – A Sailor’s Guide To Earth
Song Of The Year
“Formation” — Khalif Brown, Asheton Hogan, Beyoncé Knowles & Michael L. Williams II, songwriters (Beyoncé)
“Hello” — Adele Adkins & Greg Kurstin, songwriters (Adele)
“I Took A Pill In Ibiza” — Mike Posner, songwriter (Mike Posner)
“Love Yourself” — Justin Bieber, Benjamin Levin & Ed Sheeran, songwriters (Justin Bieber)
“7 Years” — Lukas Forchhammer, Stefan Forrest, Morten Pilegaard & Morten Ristorp, songwriters (Lukas Graham)
Best New Artist
Kelsea Ballerini
The Chainsmokers
Chance The Rapper
Maren Morris
Anderson .Paak
Best Rap Performance
Chance The Rapper Featuring Lil Wayne & 2 Chainz – “No Problem”
Desiigner – “Panda”
Drake Featuring The Throne – “Pop Style”
Fat Joe & Remy Ma Featuring French Montana & Infared – “All The Way Up”
ScHoolboy Q Featuring Kanye West – “That Part”
Best Rap/Song Performance
Beyonce Featuring Kendrick Lamar – “Freedom”
Drake – “Hotline Bling”
D.R.A.M. Featuring Lil Yachty – “Broccoli”
Kanye West Featuring Chance The Rapper, Kelly Price, Kirk Franklin & The-Dream – “Ultralight Beam”
Kanye West Featuring Rihanna – “Famous”
Best Rap Song
“All The Way Up” – Fat Joe & Remy Ma Featuring French Montana & Infared
“Famous” – Kanye West Featuring Rihanna
“Hotline Bling” – Drake
“No Problem – Chance The Rapper Featuring Lil Wayne & 2 Chainz
“Ultralight Beam” – Kanye West Featuring Chance The Rapper, Kelly Price, Kirk Franklin & The-Dream
Best Rap Album
Chance The Rapper – Coloring Book
De La Soul – And The Anonymous Nobody
DJ Khaled – Major Key
Drake – Views
ScHoolboy Q – Blank Face LP
Kanye West – The Life Of Pablo
Best Pop Solo Performance
Adele – “Hello”
Beyonce – “Hold Up”
Justin Bieber – “Love Yourself”
Kelly Clarkson – “Piece By Piece” (Idol Version)
Ariana Grande – “Dangerous Woman”
Best Pop Duo/Group Performance
The Chainsmokers Featuring Halsey – “Closer”
Lukas Graham – “7 Years”
Rihanna Featuring Drake – “Work”
Sia Featuring Sean Paul – “Cheap Thrills”
Twenty One Pilots – “Stressed Out”
Best R&B Performance
BJ The Chicago Kid – “Turnin’ Me Up”
Musiq Soulchild – “I Do”
Rihanna – “Needed Me”
Ro James – “Permission”
Solange – “Cranes In The Sky”
Best Traditional R&B Performance
William Bell – “The Three Of Me”
BJ The Chicago Kid – “Woman’s World”
Fantasia – “Sleeping With The One I Love”
Lalah Hathaway – “Angel”
Jill Scott – “Can’t Wait”
Best R&B Song
“Come See Me”- (PartyNextDoor Featuring Drake)
“Exchange” – (Bryson Tiller)
“Kiss It Better” – (Rihanna)
“Lake By The Ocean” – (Maxwell)
“Luv” – (Tory Lanez)
Best Urban Contemporary Album
Beyonce – Lemonade
Gallant – Ology
KING – We Are King
Anderson .Paak – Malibu
Rihanna – Anti
Best R&B Album
BJ The Chicago Kid – In My Mind
Lalah Hathaway – Lalah Hathaway Live
Terrace Martin – Velvet Portraits
Mint Condition – Healing Season
Mya – Smoove Jones


Russian powerhouse CSKA Moscow have confirmed the signing of  out-of-favour Super Eagles attacker Aaron Samuel on  a four-and-a-half-year deal from Chinese Super League club Guangzhou R&F.
Samuel,  who  spent   last season on loan at CSKA from Guangzhou last season and scored twice in five league appearances for the club, will remain at Arena CSKA until 2021.
“Aaron Olanare has joined #CSKA  on 4.5 year deal. Welcome back, Aaron!,” the club’s official Twitter account announced late on Saturday to herald the return of the 22-year-old who has been capped twice by Nigeria at senior level.

The striker has since joined the rest of his teammates in Campoamor, Spain.
Samuel, who was not invited by Nigeria coach Gernot Rohr for the  Russia  2018 World Cup qualifiers against Zambia and Algeria last year, has previously played for Norwegian clubs Valeranga and Sarpsborg.
“I’m very pleased with this move, I’m really happy,” CSKA official site quoted Olanare as saying.
“I wanted to continue my career in CSKA and it’s wonderful that my dream came true.”
CSKA are currently third in the Russian Premier League, eight points behind leaders Spartak.
The Russian league is on a three-month winter break and will resume in March.


When Five Star Music told Saturday Beats that the record label would soon unfold the plans they have in stock for their former artiste, Harrysong, it probably wasn’t a fluke. Saturday Beats gathered that the Reggae Blues singer was arrested by his former record label on Friday for “contract breach.”
Since the controversy started, the record label had kept mum concerning the issue but in a press release signed by C.C Chris of Five Star Music Limited and made available to Saturday Beats, the record label  disclosed that Harrysong “begged”  them to sign him before they finally caved in to his pleas.
 According to the release, before the singer could get on board Five Star Music, the label had to pay about N5m to his former record label, Question Mark Allstar, where they claimed he also left in a controversial manner.

 “For further avoidance of doubts on the true facts of the present situation, our management has decided to officially set the records straight, because of negative and pervasive influence being foisted on the psyche of our numerous and well meaning fans. Our first encounter with Mr. Harry was sometime in 2008 when he approached our management for a music contract. As stated above, according to our findings at that time, his contract with ‘Question Mark Entertainment Record Label’ was still subsisting and valid. Obviously we declined when we found out that Mr. Harry’s plans were ill orchestrated against his employers, by walking out on them without fulfilling the obligations clearly contained in his running contract with them. When Harry’s employers (Question Mark Entertainment) got wind of his frantic efforts to desert his contract, a stern and official public statement was issued against Mr. Harry and a certain clause establishing his existing contract was clearly published for full consumption by the general public.”
According to the record label, the tussle continued between Harrysong and his employers till sometime in 2014 when they claimed Harrysong once again “desperately” approached them.
“We opened preliminary discussions with him but demanded an official document from his former employers relieving him of any obligation or liability with regards to his contract with them. Our move to do things right and professionally with Mr. Harry earned us a N20m suit from Mr. Kevin Luciano of Question Mark Entertainment (Records are there for confirmation). We were joined as co-defendants with Mr. Harry. Juxtaposing the above with what is going on now, it is quite unfortunate because “Good intention counts as much as good actions, and the person seeking to do good is as good as someone who actually does it. Knowing the vulnerability of Mr. Harry on the impending legal suit, we solicited the help of certain well respected individuals in the music industry to wade into the matter, one of which was our dear veteran Daddy Showkey. Mr. Luciano having found out our intention from inception to act in good faith, agreed to withdraw his suit against Mr. Harry and our company But, not without consequential and settlement fees N5m. We paid this amount solely without Mr. Harry contributing a dime!”
 The record label claimed that the singer also breached the three-year contract that he signed.
“Because we are known for running our affairs professionally and legally, we signed a three-year contract with Mr. Harry and certain conditions and obligations were specifically and properly spelled out apart from the terms of the contract. Most important of these were his obligations to our music label, which amongst others include: That he must deliver at least, three (3) full music albums on or before the expiration of the first term of his three year contract, otherwise the label solely reserves the right either to rescind or extend the contract. These conditions were never met.
“While in the employment of the Five Star Music Label, he must not engage himself in anyway whatsoever, whether directly, by proxy or through a third party in any music or recording business other than that of Five Star Music. This condition was also repeatedly breached as Mr. Harry has been releasing music, going on tours locally and internationally without our consent or paying the agreed percentage to the label,” the statement read.


The News have been going  round that wizkids new track "Daddy yo" sounds like the worst song an upcoming can produce, and so far i have asked few people for their review on the song and no positive response, in fact the latest answer i got was " they will always advice upcoming to do good songs and the once on top are killing the vibe" please this is just a review and its open for discussion no hard feelings.........
Please go through the lyrics for yourself and judge...

WIZKID Daddy Yo lyrics

Yeeaa-ooooh!
Oooh-yaay! (yea! yea! yea!)
Oooh-yaay! (yah! yah! yah!) Yea!
(Oooh-yaay!) StarBoy! Yeaaaoww!
Wizzy-boy, make me dance "Make me dance"
Daddy Yo! make me dance "Make her dance"
StarBoy, make me dance "Make her dance"
Daddy Yo! make me dance "Make her daaance"
Wizzy-boy, make me dance "Make her dance"
Daddy Yo! make me dance "Make her daaance"
StarBoy, make me dance "Make her dance"
Daddy Yo! make me dance
I got a lotta song, she sing so
I make her meter blow uh-ooh-oh
Na my song she dey sing so
She never ever dull uh-ooh-oh
When we dey, nobody dey
She dey like to wan dress, you know
She dey do the durty dance, you know
Valentino she dey wear, you know
She call me Funkmaster Flex, you know
Everything I want, she gimme
She tell me everyday she wanna see me, ooh-yeah
Bad-boy Wizzy, StarBoy Wizzy-boy
I make her dance, I give her mwaan
And make you know my girl nice
And I swear, she dey dress, you know
Valentino she dey wear, you know
Gucci be the dress, you know
I no dey let her stress, you know
Wizzy-boy, make me dance "Make me dance"
Daddy Yo! make me dance "Make her dance"
StarBoy, make me dance "Make her dance"
Daddy Yo! make me dance "Make her daaance"
Wizzy-boy, make me dance "Make her dance"
Daddy Yo! make me dance "Make her daaance"
StarBoy, make me dance "Make her dance"
Daddy Yo! make me dance
'Oooh-yaay! Yeeeah!'
1-2 .. I like the way you dance
I love your kitty-dance, I love the way you dance am
3-4 .. Knocking on the door
Whine fimme baby gyal, gimme whine slow, girl
5-6 .. Tip on ya toe
Time fimme dance am, Quater-to, dance am
7-8 .. Don't be late
Do what the teacher say, don’t come late, gyal
9-10 .. Open and close
Dance fimme down gyal, Oya, wine am
11-12 .. Wind up-close
Do what the teacher say and put ON repeat, ahn-ah!
Wizzy-boy, make me dance "Make me dance"
Daddy Yo! make me dance "Make her dance"
StarBoy, make me dance "Make her dance"
Daddy Yo! make me dance "Make her daaance"
Wizzy-boy, make me dance "Make her dance"
Daddy Yo! make me dance "Make her dance"
StarBoy, make me dance "Make her dance"
Daddy Yo! make me dance
Oooh Make her dance .. Make e dance ..
Make e dance .. Make e dance ..
Oooh Make e dance .. Make e dance ..
Make e dance .. Make e dance ..
Oooh Make e dance


Self acclaimed ‘richest blogger in Africa’, Linda Ikeji, has sent a New Year message to every young Nigerian girl.

“I shot this video a few days ago to share a message that is very close to my heart. I sincerely hope that my words make a difference in the life of at least one girl. We women are powerful beyond measure and stronger than we think. Please watch and share. And happy New Year once again!,” she wrote.

WATCH VIDEO BELOW:




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