Jude “M.I” Abaga is back with his controversial opinion about Nigerian rappers. MI who recently released his second mixtape “Illegal Music 2″ with a sense of giving upcoming rappers like Makiller, Boogey, Yung6ix, Hence, Efa, Pope, 5mics, Phenom, and many more a platform so they can be heard. MI took to his twitter with a […]
The rumour mill has been working overtime and the result is some information that has surfaced online regarding the Choc City versus Jesse Jags story. The NETNG.com website produced libellous information which made several allegations against the record label without confirming facts prior to the release Read the rest of this entry
Nigerian hiphop artist/producer, Jesse Garba Abaga popularly known as Jesse Jagz, and brother to MI Abaga parts ways with his record label, Chocolate City. Read official statement after the jump… Read the rest of this entry
Neptune Ent/Storm 360 Presents the third official single Off the International DJ Neptune’s album “Skoobi Doo” This dance track set to rock any audience anywhere in the world and it features some of Nigeria’s top artist sensational General Pype, Rap guru Jesse Jagz and the ladies man, Lynxxx.
After almost two years producing music and working on collaborations with some of the biggest Artists in the industry, Jesse Jagz is finally in the studio working on what is said to be his biggest release yet titled – “Jagz Nation Vol. 1“.
“Murder Dem” is the first single off this compilation and it is an early Christmas Present for Jesse Jagz’s Read the rest of this entry
The 13th edition of the Vodafone Ghana Music awards held at the Dome of Accra International Conference Centre, last night, April 14, 2012.
Six artists, five from Nigeria and one from Angola were nominated as the “African Artist Of The Year”; Wizkid, NaetoC, D’banj, Duncan Mighty, Ice Prince along side Cabo Snoop. The winner of the category is expected to walk away with GHC 10,000 and every winner in any other categories gets GHC 2,000.
Ice Prince Zamani from Nigeria emerged as the winner of the “African Artist Of The Year” category — Cho Boys, Jesse Jagz and Brymo went with their label mate.
Ghana’s fastest rapper Sarkodie had
the highest number of nomination and scooped (3) three awards. Sarkodie emerged as the Artist of The Year, Best Rapper Of The Year, and Most Popular Song of the year (U go Kill me).