On Sunday 26 May, the Big Brother launch show will come alive when multiple award winning musicians from Nigeria, Kenya and South Africa take centre stage. The big night will also see 28 new housemates being revealed to audiences in over 50 African countries for season 8 of Big Brother Africa, The Chase Read the rest of this entry
Vandrusville presents fast rising, innovative and dynamic DJ with great skill in the Nigerian entertainment scene “DJ Steez“, as he showcases broad musical taste which makes him a confident party DJ that can rock the biggest of mainstream venues to private celebrity parties.
Mavin Records Black Diamond “Wande Coal” drops brand new single titled Rotate.
The Mavin records singer, Wande Coal aka the Black Diamond of Africa has since last year been on diet watch and weight loss programme. He finally drops more lbs this year — dressed in a Versce top, brown pant, Versce belt and gold Jesus piece, the singer shared the picture above on Instagram looking slimmer than when his career kicked off. Health is wealth.
Award-winning singer Wande Coal of Mavin Records is back. The new single “The Kick”, produced by and featuring the award-winning ace producer Don Jazzy, is one of the songs in Wande Coal’s forthcoming album, and takes off from the success of his other singles.
NBC (National Broadcasting Commission) have banned new set of Nigerian music videos. Classified NTTB (Not To Be Broadcasted) video off the screen due to excess sexual content and scenes Read the rest of this entry
Mavins Record data base has some new holes. Brand new music from Wande Coal. Enjoy!
The 2012 edition of the Headies award took place at the expo hall of the Eko Hotel and Suites, Lagos on Saturday, October 20, 2012. Hosted by MI Abaga and Omawumi.
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The Kennis Music gospel singer, KSB, last week attacked the Mavin artist (Wande Coal) and the CEO (Don Jazzy) for bringing nudity back to Nigeria videos which will indirectly trigger the cases of rape. The boards of NBC (National Broadcasting Commission) looked into the gospel singer’s remarks and screened the music video for inappropriate dressing to the public interest and convenience, which it violated.
Therefore, the music video cannot air on NTA and all other “free-to-air” broadcasting stations.