Written by Ere-ebi AGEDAH

Davido electrifies Lagos NYSC camp

Davido electrifies Lagos NYSC camp

Ace musician, David Adeleke aka Davido, was among 2152 Batch “B”, Stream 2 corps members sworn-in at the Lagos State NYSC Orientation Camp, Ipaja last Thursday.

Reports had it that security personnel had a hard time controlling fellow corps members and NYSC staff rushing to take a glimpse of the popular musician.

He was later smuggled through the crowd into an office for safety.

In a brief chat, the young entertainer expressed gladness to be able to partake in the scheme.

“I am a youth and I am delighted to serve my fatherland.

“NYSC is also a leadership development programme and since I will not remain a youth forever, I have to start preparing myself for the future,’’ he said.

He promised to take active part in all the camp activities.

Davido is a 2015 graduate of Music from Babcock University, Ilisan, Ogun State.

He was posted to Lagos for the mandatory one-year NYSC programme.


M.I releases new album, ‘A study on self-worth’

Jude Abaga, popularly known as ‘M.I’ has finally released his long anticipated eighth album project.

The album, which he tags ‘A Study on Self Worth’, is the first in the three-part series of his upcoming projects.

The singer made the announcement of the album release on Friday via his Instagram page.

M.I’s album contains 10 songs and features the likes of Cina Soul, Lorraine Chia, PatrockxxxLee, Lady Donli, Odunsi The Engine, Niyola, and Caryn Solomon.

Tay Iwar, who is featured twice on the album, also served as a producer alongside Chopstix, Major Bangz, TMXO, DOZ, GCLEF, CHILLZ, GMK, and PatrockxxxLee.

According to the rapper, his new album “is a special project discussing my introspection into how we see ourselves”.

The Chocolate City release tagged #LAMB based on the acronyms of the rappers involved, is supposedly geared towards the restoration and to “ensure the survival” of the hip hop culture in Nigeria.

“For the entire month of August 2018, hip-hop is promised to experience a re-awakening in Nigeria because for the longest time, the question ‘is there a future for hip-hop in Nigeria?’ has resurfaced multiple times across music discuss platforms,” Chocolate City had said in a statement.

‘Bad Boy Blaq’ by Blaqbonez is the third album in the series. It will be released by the end of August.


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