Spinlet a new digital distribution company with offices in Lagos, Nigeria and San Francisco, California, collaborates with Ngozi Odita’s Society Hae to present the All-Africa music showcase. “The Spinlet ALL AFRICA” Music Showcase will take place at Copa on Thursday, March 15 from 8pm to 2am and at Beso Cantina on Friday, March 16 from 10pm to 2am. The ALL … Read More
Congratulations to African artists Asa (Nigeria), K’naan (Somali), Nneka (Nigeria), Rocky Dawuni (Ghana) and 2Face (Nigeria) who made CNN’s International list as Africa’s top 10 biggest music stars. Other names include: Amadaou et Mariam (Mali), Youssou N’Dour (Senegal), Salif Keita (Mali), Ladysmith Black Mambazo (South Africa) and Cesaria Evora (Cape Verde Islands). “ASA:Nigerian singer, Asa, is the latest African musician … Read More
On February 8th, 2011, 2Face/TuFace appeared on the Mo’Nique show to discuss his career, teach Mo’Nique a few Nigerian street slangs and perform ‘African Queen,’ accompanied by Nigerian-American recording artist NAIRA. The episode aired on July 21st, 2011. Check it out and enjoy the clips.
Always one to keep things cool, calm and collected, singer TuFace opted for a white shirt and pants with red buttons on his outfit providing the needed contrast. TuFace was the co-winner of the BET Awards 2011 Best International Act, Africa. -Uduak Oduok -Jason Merritt/Getty Images North America
Ladybrille Houstonians, a little over a week, just before the 2011 BET Awards where 2Face is nominated in the Best International Act, Africa category, he will perform LIVE in Houston. See details below: Ciba Entertainment Presents Summer Explosion Friday, June 17th, 2011 Featuring 2Face Idibia 2010 SMVA Award Winner, Best Western Video 2010 Channel O Most Gifted Western African 2010 … Read More
MTV Base Meets… With MTN Youth Panel Interviews Rwandan President Paul Kagame As part of MTN and MTV Base Africa collaboration, MTV Base Meets… With MTN to inspire African youth, a five-strong youth panel representing South Africa, Uganda and Rwanda was set up to enable five young people to interview Republic of Rwanda President Paul Kagame. The interviewees met with … Read More
The much anticipated 2011 BET Awards will be held on June 26th, 2011 at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles. Today, the network announced its nominees list for the Awards. We are excited to see Africans show very strong on the list both from the continent and in Europe. D-Black (Ghana) and Tear Gas (South Africa), two of “Ladybrille’s 15 … Read More