Nigerian Afrobeats star, Burna Boy has expressed that the ongoing #EndSARS campaign is beyond stopping police brutality but about creating a new Nigeria.
Burna Boy was spotted in an interview with Tiffany Calver on BBC radio’s “The 1xtra Rap Show” expressing why he believes the #EndSARS campaign is now a revolution. In his words:
This is just the beginning man, it’s not about End SARS at this point, it’s become a revolution. It’s become we want the new Nigeria and soon it will become we want the new Africa.
The Grammy Award nominee and self-acclaimed African giant was earlier asked what the global #EndSARS campaign meant to him and young Nigerians.
In his words:
I mean you have to understand that this is even bigger than Nigeria. You have to understand that Nigeria is the biggest black nation on the face of the earth. I believe
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Ghanaian Gospel music minister, Morris Makafui outshines once again with a wonderful tune titled ‘Blewu Blewu’ which means ‘Gradually’.
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What more could a world drowned in these discouraging waters of our day ask for?
What more could a season toss with so many boisterous storms, filling minds with, so strong the urge to quit?
What more could hearts and relationships wrecked with setbacks and oppositions; and the multitude of visions and hopes sunken in tears, ask … than something uplifting, elevating, even levitating for their broken spirits?
Something that defies the urge to quit!
Something both the young and the old, in pursuit of their purpose, can identify with.
A balm that soothes our pains, strengthens our knees, and reverbs our minds with positivity as we press on for the goal set before us.
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Nigerian hip-hop artist and lawyer, Folarin ‘Falz’ Falana agreed with the Presidency on setting up a State Judiciary Panel of Enquiry into all cases of Police Brutality.
Falz took to social media to support the Presidency on setting up State Judiciary Panel of Enquiry into all cases of police brutality across Nigeria. In his words:
Presidency don talk say make every State set up Judiciary Panel of Enquiry into all cases of police brutality. Me I no think say e bad, I think say na one step towards justice. I’ll tell you why? This is what the panel is supposed to do, all of them will sit down and dem go listen to everybody wey get Police case, dem go ask you say wettin happen on so so day, Wettin this policeman do to you, Oya bring your evidence. Dem go collect the case, collate all
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Nigerian hip-hop artist, Davido calls out Osun State Governor for the death of a harmless protester during a peaceful protest in Osun State.
Davido took to social media on the 17th of October 2020, to call out Governor Gboyega Oyetola for allowing his thugs hijack a peaceful protest and not do anything about it. In his words:
Oyetola you have failed the people of osun under your watch thugs attacked peaceful protesters !!!
There is no amount of intimidation that can subdue the ideal whose time have ripe. @GboyegaOyetola
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Services include henna mehndi, face painting, body painting, glitter tattoos, airbrush tattoos, full-body airbrushing and hair wraps. Dixon, M. (2002). Music and Human Rights. In J. Sutton (Ed.), Music, Music Therapy and Trauma (pp. 119-132). London: Jessica Kingsley. An intensive, critical, and integrated study of advanced macro, meso, and micro concepts of music and musicianship. Through applied experiences composing, improvising, writing, performing (vocally, on keyboard and on the students primary instrument), listening and analyzing, students will explore and develop competencies in hearing, understanding and applying concepts of multi-timbrel transcription; chromaticism; microtonal intonation; polyrythm; extended modulations; altered chords and extensions; polytonality; and atonality. There’s a reason why they say that one’s mental approach plays an important role in controlling emotions and working productively. Researchers from Aalto University and University of Jyväskylä (Finland), and Aarhus University (Denmark) have found that the intent behind listening to music also has an effect on people’s … Read the rest
The Nigerian American Rapper "De Boss" has leaked his music and claimed the title #Trapafara, saying as long as he remains the only Trapafarian alive, his fans will always be the first to hear his works.
Trapafara is a mix of reggae and trap melody infused with Afro-Origin and set to be released globally on Halloween day as the second teaser for his recently announced studio album GENESIS but leaked on Soundcloud by the artist himself. https://soundcloud.com/de-boss-young-money/trapafara
Chinedu Moses Chukwunta known professionally as De Boss, is a Nigerian – American rapper, songwriter, record producer and Philanthropist, born to Nigerian parents on 4 October 1985 in Delta State, attended Urhobo College Effurun and relocated to America with the music. He was originally a commercial recording studio CEO (Young Money Records Nig.) and thus got the name De Boss, he got roped by his friends Phyno and Runtown … Read the rest
In the rise of the #ENDSWAT protest, Nigerian rapper, Falz The Bahd Guy has stated clearly that Nigerian politicians and public office servants need to be held accountable for everything placed in their care as there a lot of things that are not working the way they should.
The socio-conscious rapper used The Nigerian Police Force as a clear example of malfunctioning systems in the country highlighting a trust fund that is supposed to be allocated to the police but not even in existence.
According to Falz The Bahd Guy, the only way we can start having fruitful conversations in Nigeria is when people are held accountable for the job they have been employed and appointed to do.
Read his statement and video below;
Catch tghuis cruise, do you know that the human rights commission is actually charged with the responsibility of handling cases of
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Nigerian music artists, such as Wizkid, Falz and Phyno were spotted in a zoom meeting with Business Executives and Governors such as Kwara State Governor which we have come to learn was not scheduled or planned by any of the artistes or social media influencers who were also spotted in the screenshots from the video.
The zoom meeting was held by 10 pm on the 13th of October 2020, with Falz, Wizkid, Phyno, Aisha Yesufu, Dipo, Pamilerin, FK Abudu spotted with Aliko Dangote, Tony Elumelu, Godwin Emefiele, and some politicians.
This meeting has stirred up some concerns with Nigerian Youths on social media who disapproved of the meeting and insisting that the #EndSARS movement has no leaders. They further expressed that closed-door meetings will not be tolerated as their public demands should be answered publicly.
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Nigerian multi-award winning artiste, David ‘Davido’ Adeleke has expressed his delight on the little victories so far on the ongoing issue #EndSARS.
Davido who met with the speaker of the house of Representatives of Nigeria “Olufemi Gbajabiamila”, on the 12th of October 2020 to discuss the demands of Nigerians on the controversial Police unit “SARS”, tweeted his delight on the little victories so far on the 13th of October 2020. In his words:
Minor victories and they’re all coming together. Little by little. From social media, to the streets to the office of the Inspector General of Police to the office of the Speaker of the House of reps. Each and every single one of our our voices is being heard! 5 for 5 granted
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