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Maneno Ya Mashabiki: The Revolutionary Revelation

Nikki Mbishi’s ‘Maneno ya Mashabiki” from the album Sam Magoli has an almost tangible, and perhaps
even a conquering air surrounding it. From the slow-flowing beats to the free-flowing not-so-raspy yet
firm voice, the song instantly captures attention from the start.
Who is Nikki Mbishi referring to? That’s probably the question on everyone’s mind as the song the
rapper throws jab after jab in with compelling lyrical rhymes.
When listening to the song, three things stand out: passion, talent and society. All these is obviously
influencing Nikki Mbishi’s style; something we must admit he does so effortlessly.
The song begins on a high and maintains the momentum to the very end, leaving listeners yearning for a
climax that isn’t forthcoming.
If you are the kind of person who is wowed by lyrical rhymes, then this music is a definite yes for you!

Tutu, Enwonwu’s masterpiece makes surprise showing at ART X Lagos
Ben Enwonwu’s creative masterpiece, Tutu, made a surprise showing at this year’s edition of ART X Lagos, West Africa’s premier international art fair. 





Sponsored by Access Bank, ART X Lagos 2018 also featured 50 artists from Nigeria and the diaspora including 18 of Africa’s most exciting galleries such as the Nike Art Gallery and Addis Fine Art.





Access Bank facilitated the return home of the national heritage to be admired by art lovers and enthusiasts. 





After decades missing, the famous work of renowned artist, Ben Enwonwu, was found in a London flat and auctioned for $1.2m.                                                     





Group Photo  Caption: [Left to right]: Tokini Peterside, Founder,  ART X Lagos; Kabiyesi Adeyeye Enitan Ogunwusi, Ooni of Ife; Herbert Wigwe,  Group Managing Director, Access Bank at the Art X Lagos event sponsored by Access Bank.
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WAVINYA - NAPENDAGA


By voturadio, 2018-11-08

NAPENDAGA, is WAVINYA's second single after she did a huge collaboration of her NAKUHITAJI HIT with one of the biggest Nigerian artist known as ketchup. Napendanga is a love song that majors on sticking together despite the situation or condition couples may go through, THEY should be there for each other appreciating and support one another.

Director - Stephen saka\ Isaiah

Produced - Kingpheezle

Social Media

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TWITTER @wavinya254

FACEBOOK wavinya wavinya

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Kanye West Doesn’t Want Any Smoke With Snoop Dogg — Check The T-Shirt

By now, we all know Snoop Dogg isn’t a fan of a Donald Trump or anyone who backs him. So, when the D-O-Double-G set his sights on Kanye West for his unwavering support of 45, it wasn’t at all surprising.




Now, ‘Ye has attempted to bridge the gap by posting a photo to Twitter of himself wearing a Snoop t-shirt — again.

This time, he wrote, “All love” in the caption.



Snoop has been going after ‘Ye for a while but it seemed he was ready to put it to rest earlier this month. On October 2, Snoop shared a video of ‘Ye rocking a Snoop t-shirt and wrote in the caption, “Forgiveness is everything.”

But that moment was fleeting. Within a few days, the Death Row legend was back to taunting ‘Ye and insinuated the Kiki in Drake’s “In My Feelings” cut was Kanye’s wife Kim Kardashian.

“Drake put dick in your bitch,” he said. “Drake, you a cold nigga, cuz. I like that song but I ain’t know why I liked it. Now I know why I like it. ‘Kiki, do you love me? Remember sucking me?’ Yeah, he put dick in your bitch. How about that?”

Snoop, you’re up.




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Ashanti Concert Canceled After Selling Only 24 Tickets
Ashanti Concert Canceled After Selling Only 24 Tickets



Pop queen Ashanti may have 3.8 million followers on Instagram and 1.92 million on Twitter but evidently, that doesn’t mean much when it comes to getting fans off social media and into stands.

The Murder Inc. royalty was expected to perform at Stony Brook University’s Back To Brook event later this month. But according to Bossip, that show was axed after they sold just 24 tickets to the concert.

A statement from the school read, “As an organization, we do our best to host programs for students while providing diversity and inclusion. However, we have struggled to execute certain aspects. With a week before the concert, only 24 tickets are sold to students.

The school went on to explain they had originally booked Teyana Taylor for the gig but she pulled out last minute, leaving the organizers to scramble to properly promote Ashanti as the new headliner.

Ashanti is currently working on a joint album with her Murder Inc. partner-in-crime Ja Rule.

“We’re gonna carve out the time and make it happen,” she said in June during an interview with ET. “It’s so funny because we’ve been talking about that for so long, but I think now he’s like ‘OK, now it’s time to do it.’”

Let’s hope she has better luck with album sales.




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Facebook to cut out payments for brands issuing fake news

Facebook will scrap advertisement rights for local brands and individuals who use the platform to spread false information.

“This means they will not be able to make money, place advertisements or do anything in relation to that specific content. Their platform will be demoted or permanently shut down.” Facebook strategic media partner for Sub-saharan Africa Jocelyn Muhutu said.

According to the Competition Authority 2017 annual report, at least 20 per cent of consumer protection cases arise from the communication sector in which the social media platform falls.

The Authority notes that the sector is used to spread consumer violation involving false and misleading representations on price, quality,existence of warranty,and promotion for product subscriptions.

The social media platform is working with Africa Fact Check and Pesa check to fact check the authenticity of articles, photos and videos published on its platform.

It has further partnered with 28 fact checkers in 17 countries in Africa to date.

Digital consultancy and research firm Nendo notes that there were at least 8.1 million Facebook users in Kenya as at July 31. This presenting a huge market for brands to communicate with information-hungry consumers.

Facebook Public and Content Policy associate for Africa Fadzai Madzingira said the firm will rely on signals from the community and machine learning to identify false claims.








Besides, the platform will track the 470 million links shared weekly across the globe through facebook to spot and flag off fake information.

“We can fact check any link. If you are a brand putting up an advertisement in form of an article and your claims are false, that can be fact-checked,” Madzingira said.

Once flagged, the false rating will be reduced by 80 per cent with only 20 per cent of your target audience able to see the post.

This will be made possible by reducing the visibility of the posts by pushing it down to the last posts in a users news feed.

At the moment, every Facebook user receives 1,500 new posts on their news feeds at any given time.

However, before demoting or suspending a page or account, Facebook said that the publishers have at least seven days to appeal and make necessary changes on the flagged content.

“If they make changes and the content is correct, the demotion will be reverted. However if the algorithms find that the publisher continuously publishes false information , the demotion of their page will be permanent,” Muhutu said.

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WATCH: HHP’s Family Ask For Privacy During This Difficult Time



HHP passed away today at the age of 38. Details of his death are not clear, but according to several reports, the star had been battling depression for many years.

According to EWN, there was a small crowd of friends and fans outside the home of the man affectionately known as Jabba in Randpark Ridge.

Spokesperson for the family Edgar Makgeledise says further details on his funeral will be communicated soon.

“He is survived by his wife, parents, his two sisters, son and nephew. The Tsambo family requests privacy during this time of mourning, once all the arrangements have been made, the family will make further communication,” – he said.

Watch the video below (courtesy of EWN):





Image Courtesy: twitter.com/GovernmentZA

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Jabulani 'HHP'(Hip Hop Pantsula) Tsambo dies aged 38

Hip hop sensation Jabulani Tsambo also known in the music circles as HHP died Wednesday. Born born 14 September 1980, he was initially part of a group called Verbal Assassins. In 1997, together with school friends met with producer Chicco Twala who produced their debut album, Party they later split and this was the time he met singer/producer Isaac Mthethwa.The two worked on his debut solo album. The result was an album titled 'Introduction' in 2000.This was an album that introduced a new, vibrant genre that came to be known at Motswako.He was known for his many hits including Bosso ke mang, Jabba, Harambe and more. The news about his death was confirmed by his wife Lerato Sengadi Wednesday afternoon. HHP struggled with depression for a number of years ,a topic he had spoken out about a number of times. Joining us to tell us more about the life and times of HHP, are his friend Dr Keabetswe Modimoeng and Thabiso Tsotetsi his producer.

The circumstances of his death have not been confirmed but HHP had openly struggled with depression in recent years.

South Africa's ruling party, the African National Congress, has also expressed its condolences.

"The ANC joins millions of South Africans in paying tribute to this music icon who became a beacon of hope and inspired many artists, and individuals in our country," it said in a statement.

"He left an indelible mark in the country and his inspirational music will continue [to] reverberate [in] our ears for many years to come."

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