PREMIER:#ABIKE.-ENIOLA (@iamlilchinoh) SET TO DROP ANOTHER HITs !!!

Heard from a close source that BALOGUN ENIOLA LAWRENCE rebranding from popular name “LILCHINOH” to “ENIOLA”. is dropping something new soonest, after he has drop a Song Titled:_BOUNCE Back Ahead $ also he his still on his producer Label Which was. CBMG (CHAMPAGNE BEATz MuSic GAnG) which Champagne was on the beat,. He is set to drop latest classic tune in which I heard might probably come out 28th AuGust 2015 TiTled :ABIKE… Let’s keep our fingers crossed ENIOLA(@iamlilchinoh) no dey joke at all!!! Dope Lyrics #TEAMFUNBLAST

Twitter:@iamlilchinoh
Facebook: Balogun Eniola badtyboy
BBm Pin:5618A1EE (add him to No more abt him Fans)

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MaSSive InTerView With Tbams @iam_tbams

ONIKX DOMOT MUSIK NG:
HeY. Who are you?

T’bams: Am afolayan tobiloba by name, popularly know as Tbams.

ONIKX DOMOT MUSIK NG:
What kind of music do you do?

T’bams: Baba nah jack of all trade ooo depending on the vibes but let me say dance hall.

ONIKX DOMOT MUSIK NG:
Oh cool, How long have you been into Music?

T’bams: boss nah since the days of jaguar oo 🙂 wayback in secondary school

ONIKX DOMOT MUSIK NG:
Who’s your Role Model

T’bams: the likes of 2face,burnaboy and wande coal.

ONIKX DOMOT MUSIK NG:
Cool
ONIKX DOMOT MUSIK NG:
Who and what inspired you

T’bams: baba nah the spirit inspired me oo 🙂 lol, like the music spirit is my muse.

ONIKX DOMOT MUSIK NG:
Who produce your songs?

T’bams: tuale for the boss ^(._.)^, the magic finger @Champagne beatz

ONIKX DOMOT MUSIK NG:
Any record label or Entertainment deal?

T’bams: currently now in H2G

ONIKX DOMOT MUSIK NG:
What has been your Achievement

T’bams: second runner up Artist of the year Nounfm,and still hoping for more 🙂

ONIKX DOMOT MUSIK NG:
What are you looking up To Now..

T’bams: Looking up to God 😉 for a record label deal and actually be dropping another single soon and working on a video for the current single #Feeling the boy..

ONIKX DOMOT MUSIK NG:
Make a shoutout to your friends family and fans

T’bams: yea this a big shout out to your fams friend and family,thanks so much for the love and support. the likes of hennesy,khalifa, Adextk, Nwakama and lot more hommie out there i give a thumbs up.

ONIKX DOMOT MUSIK NG:

Sorry, Dude No time anymore,we will invite you for another Exclusive interview in here

Your Twitter: @iam_tbams IG: @iam_tbams

[READ] : Lessons From a Rapper’s Progession – Reminisce

God’s time is the best is a popular saying in this part of the world; some are quick to invoke this phrase when faced with life’s sometimes unbearable disappointments.

But not everybody’s lifestyle depicts a firm believer in the phrase.

As a kind of shortcut to success, people tend to cut corners to get what they want, no matter whose ox is gored.

As humans, we expect things to happen immediately we wish for it, in many cases, we have had to settle for less, or more, only if one is wise enough to decipher.

In 2008, when 9ice released his platinum album ‘Gongo Aso’, he featured some rappers in the 8th track, titled ‘Bachelor’, apparently, only few people are aware that our ‘case study’ rapper delivered the first verse in that song, and ever since this rapper has been trying every strategy he has in his kitty, just to be heard, but every effort proved abortive.

Unsurprisingly, this particular episode takes front row in every successful person’s life stories.

Remilekun ‘Reminisce’ Safaru is a rapper that has been around for so long, and fortunately, he is still around to tell his story; he has had ups and downs in the industry and now is the time to reap the fruit of his labour.

Albeit, few might not concur with his style of music, like the way he praises internet gangsters (yahoo bois) in his songs, but that was an experiment he tried, alas! And it worked. Ever since, this guy has not looked back. It has been up and up he goes! Ostensibly, Reminisce is a patient guy, an essential individual quality which majority of us lack; we want to sow and reap on the same day, forgetting that it takes lots of rain and sunshine, before a cropmatures for harvest.

Perseverance is an important habit one has to imbibe, especially in Nigeria.

Patience they say is a virtue (surulere).
Another vital lesson to learn from this rapper is that, he never for once, incommoded himself about the success of his contemporaries. His close pals like Jahbless, 9ice and co, recorded hits upon hits, while he languished in the background. Honestly, that must have been a bitter pill to swallow, but yet, he didn’t shake a bit or act in any way that could make people impute him with envy.

Such experience would make a man chafe or perhaps, give up on his career out rightly, but he kept his guards and marched on. More so, younger rappers came and got big breaks almost immediately, but yet he was unfettered.

In actual fact, waiting for God’s time sometimes, requires some intelligent observation of oneself, more like self awareness. Questions like “am I doing the right thing?” or “am I not as good as I think?” should constantly reverberate in one’s mind, there has to be a form of self assessment to get the true picture.

Actually, Reminisce started as a rapper who flowed well in English language but no one cared to listen to him, except for hip hop heads like this writer, who can identify a diamond in the dug. Luckily, he must have assessed himself intelligently and decided to toe the hard path of tweaking his style a bit in order to blend with the trend, and then returned with the monster hit ‘kako bi chicken’. Judging from the first line of the track, “oh you rappers… I’ve moved on to greater things; I’ll be back in a jiffy” He was obviously stating that he was changing course.

Unfortunately, Reminisce has reneged on his promise by not going back in a jiffy; he is really comfortable at the top.

Fortunately, he discovered his strong point and worked on it judiciously. Many people often chase the unachievable, while ignoring the strength and opportunities within, just like in the book Acres of Diamonds.

By utilizing his emotional intelligence and self awareness, Remi discovered he could actually perform better in his mother tongue rather than strain himself on the foreign language, he sings and raps in Yoruba, and now, he is better for it and he doesn’t hesitate to flaunt his versatility and ability to switch flows in both languages.

A veteran rapper, who has defied several, advises, to change style and re route his pattern of music in order to achieve commercial success could tap from this aforementioned idea, or what is the essence of spending your life on a career that can’t guarantee full financial returns. If it’s not making money it is not making sense!

Not trying to over emphasize his artistry qualities and humility, Reminisce appears to be a very good team player, with the way he features artistes on his track, he probably understands that two heads are better, or is it the countless collabos he has had with Olamide and those fuji-style singers who often do the adlibs in his songs, this guy knows too well.

Indeed, Reminisce deserves the attention he is getting from the crowd, though he might not be as big as the A list artistes in Nigeria, but his story is worth learning from. As he drops his sophomore album on the 15th Nov, I pray to God to help him ‘fantasi’ the album. Goodluck man. Shot i ye e!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

– Lanre Etti Jr

facts you should know about KCEE the limpop crooner

KCee’s “Limpopo” has been nominated as one of the Most Gifted Dance Video in the 10th Channel O Africa Music Video Awards which comes up on Saturday Nov. 30, in Johannesburg, South Africa. Below are some fun facts about KCee that you will love to know…

First Gig on Stage: Star Quest
Ritual before going on stage: Praying
Most Embarrassing Moment on stage: My mic stopped working
Shoe Size: 43/44
Height: 5ft 9in
Allergies: Garlic
Phobia: Poverty
Favorite Color/Number: White/1
Role Model: Nelson Mandela
If not Music, what other profession: Football
Favorite Show Performance of all Time: Music Fest Palma Mallorca
Favorite Musician of All time: Michael Jackson
Hobby: Gaming
#TeamBiggy or #TeamTupac: Tupac
Number of music features or collaborations: 11
First studio ever recorded in: Dolphin Studios
Music industry crush: Rihanna

Mercy Johnson Banned By Movie Marketers For Being Too Expensive.

Yeah you read right, Nollwood marketers have banned actress Mercy Johnson Okojie for being too expensive. Doesn’t make sense does it? If someone’s fees is too high, the sensible thing to do would be to boycott them and use less expensive actresses.

Leave her to those who can afford her na, abi? Mercy Johnson is currently the highest paid actress in Nollywood. She charges between N1.8million to N2m to feature in a movie. The others, like Ini and Funke charge between N700k to N1.2million.

For this reason, the actress has been blacklisted by the Nollywood Movie Marketers Association. The ban will not take effect immediately as Mercy has already signed up to do quite a number of movies.

She returned on Thursday from a movie location, and will be on the set of another movie from tomorrow, Sunday. She will be traveling out of Nigeria sometime this month and when she returns, will be on another movie set…so she’s basically booked till the end of the year.
The idea now is not to ban her after all her current contracts end.

So the ban won’t take effect until at least January 2014. This is not the first time the movie marketers association will be placing a ban on actors.

They did this a few years ago when quite a number of Nollywood actors including Genevieve Nnaji, Ramsey Noah, RMD, Emeka Ike, Jim Iyke and others were blacklisted.