Best Sounds of Christmas: Omotayo, Iyanya, SoJay, JayWon & More!

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Omotayo Little Drummer Boy

Enjoy the best sounds of Christmas from some of your favorite Nigerian musicians. Omotayo – Little Drummer Boy JayWon – Another X-Mas (Hallelujah) SoJay – Best Christmas Ovation 2015 Theme Song featuring Jeff, Oritsefemi, Aramide, Ketchup, Toby Grey, JJC , El-Hi, S.T Immaculate and Tee-Q. Iyanya – O Come All Ye Faithful Praiz – Silent Night DJ Stupid – Naija … Read More

Music: Chosan “Find The Cure ” ft. Bajah & Quinyae

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FindtheCureChosan

Chosan, a Sierra Leonian born UK/New York raised Songwriter, MC, and Artist presents his latest song ‘Find The Cure,’ for Ebola featuring Bajah and Quinyae. “Find The Cure is a song of hope for people back home, letting them know we in the United States haven’t forgotten them whether it is the topic of Ebola in Sierra Leone or Liberia … Read More

Singer Seyi Shay Covers Latest Edition of Y!Africa Magazine

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Seyi Shay on the Cover of YNaija

Singer Seyi Shay features on the latest issue of Y! Africa. She was photographed in Lagos by TCD. Y! Africa is available in stores and from vendors across Nigeria, and is also distributed in Ghana, Rwanda and South Africa. In Nigeria, you can also pay for the magazine with your mobile phone or online at Okada Books www.okadabooks.com and exodusestore.com … Read More

Ladybrille Exclusive: D’Banj, Femi Kuti & Top African Artists to join ONE in Washington DC for Historic US-Africa Leaders Summit

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D'BANJ US-Africa Youth Summit

Africa’s top artists, including Nigeria’sD’banj andFemi Kuti, South Africa’s Judith Sephuma and Congo DRC’sFally Ipupa will be traveling with Manchester City soccer star Yaya Toure to Washington D.C. 4-7 August with The ONE Campaign to play an active role in shaping the conversation about the US-Africa relationship at the historic US-Africa Leaders Summit.The full list of artists are: A.Y. (Tanzania), Buffalo Souljah (Zimbabwe), D’Banj (Nigeria), Fally Ipupa (DRC), … Read More