Zlatan spent over 1.2million naira on just one outfit. Absurd right?
Zlatan would not be the first and last Nigerian artiste to flaunt expensive designer wears as the likes of Davido, Wizkid, Tiwa Savage are always clothed in very expensive attires. However, he is the latest to spend an enormous amount on just clothing.
The singer took to his Instagram page to share a picture of his very stylish outfit and also to reveal that a large proportion of his income is spent on clothes. He wrote “I spend money on the things I wear !! ?? ??? .
Looking closely at the picture, one would think he is a Balenciaga ambassador because his entire outfit is a complete set from the fashion brand.
Here is a breakdown of his outfit:
Balenciaga Pouch Strap costs $695 dollars equivalent to N250,200
Balenciaga Track Led Trainers costs $995 equivalent to N358,200
Balenciaga BB0003 Rectangle glasses costs $339 equivalent to N122,040
Balenciaga All Over Logo Normal Fit Shirt costs $595 which is equivalent to N214,200
Balenciaga Pants costs $850 which is equivalent to N306,000
The total amounts to $3,474 which is exactly N1,250,640
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After A Year Without An Official Release, Wizkid Makes The Weakest Of Comebacks || “Ghetto Love” Review
Olabimpe – Has Wizkid really lost his touch? What exactly went wrong? Could this be his first bad song? Wizkid actually owes me an explanation for I am in a state of wonderment. After listening to the 3-minute track, these were the questions floating in my head.
“Ghetto Love” no doubt is a great bop with a sick beat but not what I expected after being starved for almost a year. The concept of the title, artwork, lyrics and the video are just all shades of wrong. Everything was done in the manner in which a toddler would mess up a room.
Starting with the title which is catchy and quite unique, I felt it would be an inspirational anthem for the streets but it turned out to be the regular kind of music lovers love to consume – professing love for women. The artwork which is a captivating picture of a young lad listening to music with a walkerman played a major role in convincing that the song was going to have rich and deep lyrics.
The lyrics and the video do not even match and that’s really confusing. The “Fever” singer goes on declaring his love for different women recycling lyrics from his other songs. The only sensible part was where he sang about his mother. The video which helped in creating further disorientation, tells the touching story of how little Wizkid fell in love with music and also about his transition to fame and fortune.
Looking at the brighter side of things, this song would get crazy airplay because of the criticism it has gathered. Just like “Manya” which was also considered thrash at the time of its release still turned out to be successful. “Ghetto Love” is not entirely that bad and has elements that only Wizkid can infuse into a track but it’s certainly not what was anticipated. It lacked the “Ghetto” feel the title portrayed.
Ratings – 3/5
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Naira Marley Is Now King Over Olamide, Others On The Streets – Do You Agree?
The currently overwhelming wave around Naira Marley started during the era of his case with the EFCC.
Since that time, it has been all the way up for the singer asmillions of Nigerian youths now seem to be acclimatised by his style of music and at the same time amused by his style of life. Since the end of his saga with the EFCC, Naira Marley has dropped 2 songs, “Opotoyi” & “Soapy” which have done amazingly well on the streets. Infact, the latter came with a dance style that caused a lot of controversy on the internet as the dance was tagged by many people to be a virus that could destroy the morals of Nigerian youths.
However, others found it interesting and adopted it as a dance-style they must always exhibit on the dance floor. This made the song even blow out of proportion and set it on the part to being a serious contender for song of the year. Fast-forward to the 11th of September, 2019, Naira Marley took to his Instagram page to announce a new song and video to drop soon but revealed he would only release it if he gets a hundred thousand comments. That shocked a whole lot of people as they feel that could be impossible to achieve or at least might take ‘forever.’ But that thought got defeated as Naira Marley was able to rack up over a 100 thousand comments in just only 16-hours.
This stunned a lot of people, making them come to a conclusion that there wouldn’t be any need for sentiments or bias opinions about the superiority of Naira Marley to other artistes on the streets. They immediately came to terms with the fact that a new king of the street has been born, someone who has dethroned Olamide from the seat he’s been on for almost a decade, someone that has dominated every other artiste on the streets, someone whose street credibility cannot be rivalled. They have come to understand that a new true champion of the hood has been crowned. And that champion is NAIRA MARLEY.
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DJ Xclusive’s “Jeje” Ft Wizkid VS “Wole” Ft Davido – Which Was A Bigger Tune?
It’s time yet again for our “Throwback Versus,” the face-off will be between two great DJ Xclusive records which feature two of the biggest music acts (Davido & Wizkid) in Africa.
In 2014, DJ Xclusive featured Wizkid on a banging record, “Jeje” which was smoothly produced by Masterkraft and well performed by Starboy. “Jeje” after its release became an immediate banger and especially a dance propellant at all social clubs in the country. Wizkid has three verses on the song which is well sung. He expressed his vocal ability and made sure the song lacked no melody. It was a great party jam.
On the other hand, Davido was featured by DJ Xclusive a year after “Jeje” was released. The DJ and Davido created another banging record titled; “Wole” in 2015 and it became an instant banger too, spreading across all clubs quickly and being the life of the party at major social events. Davido took two verses on the Spellz produced jam and it was lit. Xclusive and Davido both scored a hit with this one!
Looking at these two songs, they are both great jams which made our 2014 and 2015 great musically, however, for healthy comparisons’ sake, we would like to know which you feel is a better jam.
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Wizkid/Sunday Are | Davido/Asa Asika | Burna Boy/Bose Ogulu | Mayorkun/Sam-phrank – Which Duo Are You Feeling The Most?
Davido & Asa Asika
Davido’s journey into Nigerian music started with Asa Asika in 2011 as his manager and in a short space, both were able to establish the singer as a superstar both in Nigeria and Africa at large.
However, in 2013 Davido sacked Asa Asika as his manager and appointed Kamal Ajiboye as his replacement. Kamal did well for Davido too, but after some musical issues Davido had in 2016, he sacked Kamal Ajiboye and reinstated Asa as his manager. And ever since then, it’s been a hell of a jolly good ride for the two ‘lover birds.’
Wizkid & Sunday Are
Wizkid officially announced Sunday Are as his manager in 2015 after separating from Osagie Osarenz who managed him for 3 years. The superstar singer under Sunday Are has soared so high that he is now being considered by many as the biggest Nigerian music star ever. The combination of both men have sprung results and is still very much doing wonders fornWiz and African Music.
Burna Boy & Bose Ogulu
Burna Boy and Bose Ogulu who happens to be his mother are currently thriving in the world of music, and Burna is having the best music run of his fairly long career. Burna who started with his mother as his manger sacked her in 2014. He revealed he wanted the role of his manager and the role of his mother to be separated and defined. After some time, he however hired his mother to be his manager again and ever since then it’s been all the way up for the superstar.
Mayorkun & Sam-phrank Abariku
Mayorkun from the start of his music career had Sam Phrank as his manager and up till this moment, Sam still remains the one directing the managerial affairs of the singer. These duo are the youngest partners on this list and within a short-while, they have been able to push their course to the top-most level of music in Nigeria. Mayorkun is one of the hottest artiste in Nigeria at the moment and Sam-phrank has played a huge role and continues tom play a hug role in that.
5 Biggest Nigerian Hip-Hop Songs Of All Time
Nigerian Hip hop has declined over the years with artistes either stepping out of the game or switching to something else. Artistes like Ice Prince, Vector, Olamide, Phyno and so many others have performed excellently well in making sure that the rap game does not go into extinction.
Their constant hard work has proved to be fruitful as Nigerian Hip hop has continuously made big waves out of the continent.
In this article, we have decided to bring you top five Nigerian hip hop songs of all time. This list is subjective as you may not entirely agree with its contents. Do drop your recommendations in the comment section below
Ice Prince Ft Brymo – Oleku
Oleku by Ice Prince Ft Brymo was one of the most popular songs in 2010. It won the best rap single and Song of the year at the 2011 Headies and bagged several nominations.
The song is one of the most remixed songs ever in the Nigerian music industry. It received covers from artistes like Kagwe Mungai, Vector, Mugeez of R2Bees, Victoria Kimani, Sarkodie, Yung6ix and others. Ice prince went hard on this track with sick flows that are unmatched. The track was a huge hit and received mind-blowing airplay globally.
Olamide – Eni Duro
This track was Olamide’s break to stardom. It was the lead single off his debut album Rapsodi which was released in 2011. It’s music video which was the major contributor to the song’s commercial success, had the rapper change his outfits over 22 times.
Quite similar to Da Grin, Olamide rapped in his local dialect, Yoruba, English and a little dose of some pidgin flows. His flows unrivaled and arguably one of his best songs till date.
Dagrin – Pon Pon Pon
Da Grin remains one of the greatest and hardest indigenous rappers in Nigeria. Pon Pon Pon is one track that is sure to mess with your mind. The track is off his C.E.O. (Parental Advisory) album which was released in 2010.
Produced by Sosick, the rapper brags about his high status on the streets, purely spitting in the Yoruba language and not even an ounce of English flows.
Vector – “King Kong”
Vector is arguably one of the best rap acts that Nigeria has ever produced. Always effortlessly delivering sound bars; Vector paved his way to becoming a favorite of music fans. “King Kong” remix was released in 2015 and was a huge hit.
Although the song has two remixes with the other from Sarkodie, the first remix is what blew speakers up due to its diversity. The song which features four talented rappers, Phyno, Reminisce, Classiq & Uzi is the second official single off Vector’s album titled “King Kong”.
The song won The Headies Award for Best Rap Single and The Headies Award for Lyricist on the Roll in 2016.
Phyno Ft Olamide – Ghost Mode
“Ghost mode” off his “No Guts No Glory” album is a fusion of Igbo and Yoruba rap which was produced by Phyno himself. The 4-minute track featuring Olamide was well accepted on the streets and received massive airplay not only in Nigeria but also in several parts of the world.
The song won Best Collabo at the 2012 Headies Awards and 2013 Nigeria Entertainment Awards. Its music video was shot and directed by Clarence Peters.
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