As afrobeats continues to make its journey around the world, on the quest for global domination, it has become more apparent that attention must be paid to all elements that are instrumental in the forward motion of the music genre. With this realisation also comes an unfortunate coincidence, today the 28th of April marks the second day of the week-long memorial show of Love Divine Ike, who died on the 4th of May, 2020. This highlights the need to give creatives their flowers when they can smell it. And as a result, we’ve made this list to highlight top Nigerians Afrodancers who have with their skills, online presence and industry influence, built a solid brand off which they lend afrobeats a foothold and a takeoff pad. Here are the top Nigerian Afrodancers you should know about:

1. Sayrah Chips

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A rundown of some of the best new music by Nigerian and Ghanaian acts including ‘Cho Cho’ By Zlatan featuring Davido x Mayorkun


Best New Music is our weekly roundup of fresh and hot releases you ought to listen to. It’s time to update your playlist.

Follow NotJustOk’s specially curated playlist on Spotify – Afrobeats Hits.

 

Zlatan x Davido x Mayorkun – Cho Cho

We open this week’s edition of  Best New Music with the one of the hottest collaborations in 2021. Nigerian act and Zanku Records headmaster, Zlatan teams up with the African megastar, Davido and DMW poster boy, Mayorkun to deliver this banger. “Cho Cho” is the perfect tune to take away your mind from the sad events currently unfolding in the country. The song is composed with rhythmic tones from West African percussion wind instruments.



Masterkraft x Phyno – Egbon

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Not many artistes that started off in the music career about a decade ago have unlocked OG status the way Runtown has, in a casual leisurely manner, at his pace and taste, while still being relevant and well-loved by young artistes and music lovers in general. A self-dubbed Sound God at the initial stages of the christening, his claim has never been disputed as he very well earned his name with hits like Mad Over You, For Life Said, Kini Issue and several others. Now the Sound God, Douglas Jack Agu, is back with another project, his fourth studio album, Sound God Fest Reloaded, a 12-track-long offering of different summer-tinged flavours of music, all with an infusion of Afrobeats to put good to the name, Sound God. In this piece, we outline 5 songs from this rich buffet to help you get the best of the Read the rest

The year 2020 was an explosive one in the timeline of the rise of afrobeats– a Nigerian-backed musical exchange, to the world. 2020 was the year of remarkable releases from  powerhouses in the music industry such as Grammy-award-winning Burna Boy, Grammy-award-winning Wizkid, Davido, Tiwa Savage and more, despite the universe-wracking pandemic. It was also the year with an astounding string of breakout acts. From Omah Lay, to Bella Shmurda, Bad Boy Timz and more. All of this activity has made 2021 the year to watch closely and where music videos are concerned, to stay glued to our screens as visuals for projects from the previous year as well as fresh ones are being released. Indeed, 2021 has been off to a great start and to appreciate and take a look at some of the good work that has already been put in for the first three Read the rest

Track number ten is a little song called Angel of Harlem. For All Those Years Ago, Paul McCartney and his wife Linda provided backing vocals, and Ringo Starr provided the drum track.

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The SWF file extension is an open file arrangement utilized for multimedia, especially in raster and vector graphics. Written and recorded by Solomon Burke in 1964, For many years it was the opener for the Rolling Stones live shows. picplzthumbs They released a live version of the song on their 1965 E.P. “Got Live if you want it”. The Rolling Stones were to become the most successful Rock band of all time, and they have been fundamental to the wider awareness and appreciation of the early Blues artists. They took there name from a Muddy Waters song “Rolling Stone”. The songs riff was “borrowed” for the first “Small Faces” hit single “What … Read the rest

Minister of State for Labour and Employment, Festus Keyamo has accused singer, Eedris Abdulkareem of double standards, releasing evidence to show that he desperately sought to join the Buhari administration in 2018.

Festus Keyamo x Eedris Abdulkareem

Keyamo stated this at the weekend when he took a swipe at popular singer and activist, Eedris Abdulkareem. The musician, in his new song, ‘Jagajaga reloaded’ had disparaged Keyamo, saying; “where Festus Keyamo sef? He don dey chop with cabal o.”

This latest move by Eedris Abdulkareem irked Festus Keyamo and he took to his twitter handle on the 24th of April and released different private conversations he had with Abdulkareem and how he allegedly begged for money. His tweets below;

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The year 2020 was an explosive one in the timeline of the rise of afrobeats– a Nigerian-backed musical exchange, to the world. 2020 was the year of remarkable releases from  powerhouses in the music industry such as Grammy-award-winning Burna Boy, Grammy-award-winning Wizkid, Davido, Tiwa Savage and more, despite the universe-wracking pandemic. It was also the year with an astounding string of breakout acts. From Omah Lay, to Bella Shmurda, Bad Boy Timz and more. All of this activity has made 2021 the year to watch closely and where music videos are concerned, to stay glued to our screens as visuals for projects from the previous year as well as fresh ones are being released. Indeed, 2021 has been off to a great start and to appreciate and take a look at some of the good work that has already been put in for the first three Read the rest

If there’s one thing parents never cease to do, especially new parents, it’s to show off their cute kids either in real-life photo albums, picture frames on their work desk, and thanks to social media, all over their online spaces. If there’s any set of parents that know a solid thing or two about showing off their cute kids, it’s definitely celebrities. Most times, these displays of affection to their kids are either over the top, or so heartwarmingly cute, we wish we had kids of our own to show love to, ergo causing the feeling of baby fever. Today in the United States is the ‘Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day,’ which is essentially and at the heart of it, a day where parents can show off the kids their proud of and work for and the kids in turn, get more practical insight on how their Read the rest

With no real plot, the film is about the arrival of two surgeons, Captains “Hawkeye” Pierce and “Duke” Forrest and their interaction with the surgical staff.

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Britain has great history in the arts and London has always been the focal point of it. It is London’s key galleries that best show off its commitment to art, with most of the famous artists of the world featured in landmark exhibitions which feed its diverse, culturally open-minded population. Time does go by and sometime we just don’t remember the songs that were around. It is amazing how God word just pops everywhere. Frecklepants— Welcome to HubPages! Yes, I agree. Individual interpretation is a big part of the art experience. A great artist will do just that: convey what they are feeling through their creativity. Well put! Thanks for coming and your fine comments. The National Gallery … Read the rest

DJs are influential music spinning instruments and have come to play a huge role in the ecosystem of the music scene to the extent where their work cannot be overrated. Last week, we made a list of 15 of the most influential DJs in Nigeria. To continue to highlight the work of incredible DJs, we’ve now compiled a list of 15 of the top female DJs in Africa. 

 1. DJ Cuppy

Nigerian DJ, musician and show host, Cuppy

A pink-haired music-making powerhouse, DJ Cuppy does it all, from deejaying to recording music with an album to her name even, she is also a show host as the voice for Apple’s Music’s Africa Now Radio. Born Florence Otedola, she has powerful endorsements with brands such as Pepsi with an Instagram following of 7.2 million followers.


2. DJ Zinhle

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South African DJ and media personality, Zinhle

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