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[Video] Kizz Daniel – “Poko” (Dir. By Clarence Peters)



Flyboy INC presents the official music video for “POKO” by Award winning African sensation KIZZ DANIEL. ‘Poko‘ is off his 2018 album, ‘No Bad Songz‘.


Directed by Clarence Peters.

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After Listening To Beyonce’s “The Gift Album,” Which African Artiste Impressed The Most?




Beyonce’s “Lion King: The Gift Album” dropped yesterday, 19th of July, 2019 which featured 10 African music superstars. 

Wizkid features alongside, queen Bey on “Brown Skin Girl” which has been widely acclaimed by many to be the best song on the album, Burna Boy had a track all to himself as he injects some real African vibes on the project with his track 8 effort, “Ja Ara E” which seems to be the best jam on the album to some other music fans too.

Also on the music project are Tekno, Yemi Alade & Mr Eazi who pulled resources together to deliver on track 6, titled “Don’t Jealous Me,” Beyonce features South-Africans, Busiswa, Moonchild Sanelly alongside Yemi Alade who is featuring for the second time on track 23, “My Power” while she has also Ghanaian artiste, Shatta Wale on track 19 with “Already.” The final track that has the efforts of African artistes is the high-life inspired track 17, “Keys To The Kingdom” which really is a sweet tune.

However, as we all know, one thing that is inevitable about African music is the comparison of artistes to artistes, songs to songs and all other things comparable, and this has caused music fans to compare the efforts of all the African acts on the new Beyonce album.

In this light, we have decided also to take part in the comparison which has made us prepare a question below which looks in the direction of the African artiste that did best on the album.

After listening to Beyonce’s “The Gift Album,” which African artiste impressed the most?



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Is Wizkid’s Presence On Beyonce’s Album, “The Lion King: The Gift,” An Indication That He’s Bigger Than Davido On The International Scene?




The newly released Beyonce album; “Lion King, The Gift Album” just got released and it is causing already insane reactions here in Africa, Nigeria especially.

The reason for this reactions is pretty simple, and it is because some of the biggest African music superstars have been featured on the album, especially the Nigerian ones.

Wizkid, Burna Boy, Tekno, Yemi Alade, Tiwa Savage and Mr Eazi are the Nigerian music ambassadors who are on the album. And with their appearances being applauded and adored by Nigerian music fans, it hasn’t still being able to escape disappointment, argument and ridicule as one Nigerian music big name is missing from the list.

In a situation whereby the biggest music artistes in Nigeria are getting picked for a hugely important music project, it is expected that if only two artistes are going to be picked, it has to be Davido and Wizkid because evidently they are the greatest music exports in the history of Nigerian music.

But to everyone’s greatest surprise, 6 Nigerian music artistes in Nigeria were picked to be featured on Beyonce’s album and of all the 6 that were picked, Davido was not among.

Wizkid was picked however and this has resurrected yet again the argument that focuses on who is more internationally recognised between the two artistes.

Everyone knows Davido has been having a great run in the United States since the beginning of the year as his 2017 hit single, “Fall” gets played on radio everytime in almost every city across the country. This development actually made almost every objective music fan come to the conclusion that Davido is a bigger artiste than Wizkid outside the continent.

However, with the omission of the DMW boss on Beyonce’s album and coupled with the majestic wave Wizkid is having as a result of his brilliant effort on the project where he had a duet with Queen Bey on “Brown Skin Girl,” lots of people in the industry have made a U-turn and have actually come to a conclusion that Wizkid is the biggest Nigerian artiste on the international scene while Davido is only second to him.

We as a corporate observer are actually stuck in this dilemma as we are having a difficult time choosing which the most influential artiste on the international scene is in bewteen the two artistes and that is why we are pushing the question below to your direction so you could give a verdict.

Do you think Wizkid’s presence on Beyonce’s album is a clear indication that he is bigger than Davido on the international scene.

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2face, D’banj, P-Square – Who Was The Biggest Artiste Of Their Era?




About 15 years ago, the competition that occurred in the Nigerian music industry was not overly limited to certain people unlike it is now.

During that era, there were a number of artistes who were very big and created keen competition for each other. We had the likes of 2face, D’banj, P-square, 9ice, Darey, Olu Maintain and a few more.

However, of all these artistes, there were three who stood out as ultimately the biggest of that era. 2face, D’banj & P-square were certainly the commandants of the Nigerian music industry.

Although they were all very big, people still argue a lot when they are obliged to narrow down to one the biggest artiste of that era. This makes a lot of people say 2face was biggest of all, some say it was D’banj while others say it definitely was P-square who was biggest.

This therefore has in some way caused an argument over here too, and in a way to help us put the argument to rest and have your opinion on the topic as well, we would like to know who you think was biggest.

2face, D’banj, P-square – Who was the biggest artiste of their era?

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You Can Only Listen To One Female Nigerian Artiste For A Whole Week, Who Would It Be?




There are a lot of talented and hardworking female Nigerian artistes in the music industry who have successfully put themselves at a level where their songs have become a must-hear for some music fans.

These female artistes, despite being in a male dominated industry are a force to reckon with and always go to-to-toe with their male counterparts in terms of the impact their music make on fans.

This has caused some fans to be unable to go long days without listening to their music. They at every opportunity they get, make sure they play their songs for some sort of inspiration or just just for mere fun.

In this light, we would like to know from the list of 6 female artistes that have been listed below, which you would listen to if you are compelled to choose only one.

You can only listen to one female Nigerian artiste for a week who would it be?



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10 Biggest Nigerian Wedding Songs Of All-Time




Wedding parties are arguably the most loved and glorious social events to be put-together or attended as it strictly is a celebration of love, understanding and endurance.

However, with the sweetness and dreams that wedding parties put in the hearts of the celebrants and attendees, it most likely loses beauty & bliss if there are not very beautiful, magnificent and sweet songs to help the atmosphere fall at the feet of the happy people present.

These songs are popularly referred to as “wedding songs,” and they help in upholding the intentions of the event which is about exchanging marriage vows and exposing the true beauty of love.

In this regard, there are some Nigerian songs that have been released in time past and modelled in the form of wedding glorifiers. These songs are the biggest ‘wedding songs’ that have been released in the history of Nigerian music and we have decided to bring you just 10 of the songs who qualify to be tagged as such.

10 biggest wedding songs in the history of Nigerian music

Oruka” – Sunny Neji

This song was released in 2003 to an immediate pleasantly-stunning reception from music fans and those that are not. It became an instant hit and moved quickly across the nation as the biggest song of that era.

Oruka” is a song that celebrates love & marriage and one that tells the story of the pleasantries one would enjoy in marriage. It has simple and awesome lyrics which has made it a must-play evergreen wedding song in the country.

“No One Like You” – P-square

This arguably is the biggest wedding song that ever has been done in Nigeria. P-square released “No One Like You” in 2007 and it made it to their third studio album, “Game Over” which also was released in 2007.

This song is a perfect song for a wedding as it helps partners to appreciate each other and make a remembrance of how their love gets renewed as each day fades out. “No One Like You” was a massive African hit as P-Square who were about the biggest artiste on the  continent during that period made huge commercial gains from it. This is the greatest hit on this list, no doubting.

Iyawo Mi” – Timi Dakolo

When it comes to lyrics, instrumentation, quality of voice and induction of passion into a song, Timi’s “Iyawo Mi” would easily be the biggest wedding song ever made by a Nigerian artiste.

This song is a top-notch love record which would easily propel the holders of marriage blessings in divinity to lose focus and carelessly rain blessings on the lovers who are being adored with it on their wedding day. Released on the 12th of February, 2014 to celebrate love during the valentine period, this song established itself as an ingredient that would make a wedding lose ‘graciousness’ if it is skipped by the DJ. Wonderful record.

“Ada Ada” – Flavour

Released simultaneously with its video on the 30th of June, 2013, this song never got a wrong remark from its listeners as it prioritizes the importance of love and the beauty of having a great wedding party experience in one’s existence especially as a celebrant. “Ada Ada” is a wedding-themed song with a video that always would want to put you in a position of a bride or groom who is being celebrated at his/her wedding ceremony.

It’s a lovely song and one that objectively deserves a place on this list. It’s a great effort from Flavour Nabania and one that he should be proud of until and after he calls it a day with his music career.

Igbeyawo” – Oritsefemi

For someone who is very commercially led when it makes to making music and also for a street ambassador, it would have been very difficult to predict that Oritsefemi could come-up with an amazing wedding-themed song to admonish two lovebirds. “Igbeyawo” which was released on the 25th of December, 2014 became an instant hit as DJ’s who played at weddings during those periods never hesitated to blast it from their speakers to add spice to the ceremonies.

The song which was mostly sung in Yoruba language could easily be related to by everyone as it put smiles on everyone’s face as a result of the beats and the instruments adopted in totality.

Today Today” – Eldee 

Eldee released the song on the 12th of November, 2011 to a rousing welcome as he looked to put smiles on the faces of everyone present at a wedding ceremony, especially the bride and groom.

He was very successful with his intentions as the song became the biggest wedding-themed song of that era. It deserves a place on this list as we are moved by the way Eldee Tha Don narrated events that happened prior to walking the love of his life down the aisle and the fears he had when he hadn’t. This song is on Eldee’s “Undeniable” album. Great love record.

“Wedding Day” – 9ice

This record is off 9ice’s commercially successful sophomore album; “Gongo Aso” which was released in 2008. “Wedding Day” though was off the 2008 music project, but it proved to be successful in a way a song dropped as a single would be.

This record is strictly for the weddings as the title and content lyrics focus on the events that could be narrated if a groom is asked how the relationship journey had been prior to the day he is pronounced husband to his bride. It is a mid-tempo song largely sung in Yoruba and infused with a little bit of English. It’s a lovely record and one that is a great fit for wedding ceremonies.

“Perfect Gentleman” – Sean Tizzle

This awesome tune was released off Sean Tizle’s highly successful debut album, “The Journey” which was released in 2014. This song rivalled Sean Tizzle’s commercially successful single, “Sho Le” as the biggest of the album as it was loved my almost every person who listened to the song.

“Perfect Gentleman” is a wedding-themed song that gives equal chance to both the Yoruba and English Language in a really adoring fashion. It’s a song that could help direct blessings the way of marriages as there are prayers embedded in it too. It’s a lovely song for a wedding and one that could help save the husband-to-be a lot of stress in terms of looking for words to adore his wife on their ‘joyful’ day.

Yes Or No” – Banky W

This soulful record is classy, exquisite and extravagant. Banky delivers almost perfectly on this record with his wonderful vocals, refined lyrics and all-round musical skill. This love rendition is a smooth composition that helps to cement the love and affection that exist in the heart of two lovers.

Perfect for a wedding, “Yes Or No” is a very important record that would help remind you all through a wedding ceremony that the most important reason the ceremony is being done is for two lovers to exchange their marriage vows after which they are joined together as husband & wife.

Happy Day” – Patoranking

Patoranking comes through with this wedding-themed song titled, “Happy Day” which is released to celebrate two lovers on their wedding day. It’s a great tune that fits perfectly the inentions of a wedding ceremony as it creates an atmosphere that sets one into a defined and precise mood.

Happy Day” is a song that dropped in September 2014 and was well accepted by music fans across the continent. Patoranking as a result of not being appreciated alone in the Nigerian music scene was able to make this song an African wedding anthem. It’s a good tune that most qualifies to be on the playlist of a wedding ceremony.


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