is a seasoned Cyber Security Professional, e-business security strategist,
certified information system auditor, certified risk & control
professional, specialist in computer forensics and a fellow of institute of
Chartered Accountant of Nigeria, and also in his service to God and Humanity a song writer, Singer, Preacher and motivational speaker.
Roughly One year after he dropped his award winning single "Welcome To Owerri", O Towns finest lyricist Kristal aka "The Beast" Drops another Fire Tune titled "Blow" which takes us into his life, his challenges, hopes and dreams.
The Sam Okenye TAKE IT album is a must take-home as it takes us back and forth memory lane giving us something to digest.
Sam, who appeared a gospel artist happened to be more - a motivational and life changing musician, no wonder this album is called Take It, which happened to be one of the track, more like Take It Over.
Consider this old man who couldn't catch a single fish for ninety days. He was scorned and castigated by other fishermen but he didn't loose his temper. The day he decided to sail on his boat around a big river close to his town, the miraculous happened.
It is a generally known fact that the Nigerian music industry is male dominated. However, it is totally undeniable that the Nigerian hip-hop scene is not only male dominated but that the female presence in the game is almost nonexistent. In fact, if you ask a random Nigerian music lover to mention or list 5 female rappers in the industry right now, he or she can barely get past three. This is in contrast to the past where we had female rappers who held it down and represented duly.
There's something about success that we all know. It is a prerequisite for success but most people only think of it unconsciously. When we set goals for ourselves, we fail to achieve them because of this phenomenon, and in no time we back out. It is even the main reason exceptional academic students don't do well in real life. But we all can develop this uncommon power - capacity.
Njoku Gregory popularly known as BobG, is a student of the Federal University of Technology Owerri (FUTO) and the reigning Afropop King in Owerri (Imo State). A Lagos born from Imo State, and a sensational afropop/afro soul artist.
Omawumi, DJ Jimmy Jatt, Paul Play, Gbenga Adeyinka, Eva, Okiemute, others at Music Meets Media 2017
In an evening of what seemed to be endless moments of sharing, connecting, catching up and socializing, music artistes, media personalitiesand many others, shared beautiful time with men of the press at the 2017 Music Meets Media gathering held at the Tenstring lekki Urban Centre on Thursday, 30th November.
I once heard that men are willing to change their circumstances but are not willing to change their behaviour, and I've come to agree that this saying is true.
Most times we cry out loud, pray harder and work smarter and yet still do not get what we want because our lifestyle does not match the dreams we want or what we request. Instead of sitting down to discover our life patterns, as a result of frustration, we call this constant failure and inability to achieve our goals a generational curse.
Soundcheck Ent. NG lead act "Eltee" the "Orpkeve" crooner returns with a smash single titled "Friday Nite" as he teams up with Vmusic sensation "Emmytee" to thrill us with this smash hit produced by the massive producer himself "Solace The Massive Producer.
Proswrites Foundation in partnership with the Ghana
Volunteers Program (GVP) is organising a donation drive project to support the
Village of Hope Foundation at Gomoa Fetteh in the Central Region of Ghana on
30th December, 2017.
Success means many positive and wonderful things and having the determination to be successful is very great. It makes you follow the path less travelled and it instills the passion to act where others give up.
Hip-hop fans in Nigeria cannot deny that their ears and playlists
have not been blessed with solid hip-hop albums this year. Over the
years lots of pundits, critics, commentators and rappers alike have
complained about the situation of Nigerian hip-hop and the way the sound
has been hijacked by their South African contemporaries. However, with
projects like AQ’s Blessed Forever, Jesse Jagz’s Oddyseus, Ill Bliss’ Illy Bomaye, Ajebutter 22’s What Happens in Lagos, Falz’s 27 as well as Yung 6ix’s High Star it can be said confidently that Nigerian hip hop is back on track.