Entertainment

MUSIC : DJ YK – HEADIES CRUISE [Mp3 Download]

DJ YK comes again with his freestyle mashbeat titled “Headies Cruise”.

DJ YK entertains the fans once again after the stir up due to the Headies Award which was caused by the dismissal of the Zazoo crooner Portable which he states he’s more popular and well known than the Artist HipTV presents the next Rated Award to

This is the right track to groove to right now as it also makes you forget your worry

Download and Enjoy below …

MUSIC : BLACK PANTHER – WAKANDA FOREVER [Mp3 Download]

Black Panther
Wakanda Forever

Black Panther the movie release it movie anthem which Includes Temz, Amarae and Santa Klan.

Temz comes hard with her own project for the Black Panther Movie from te reference of the Legendary Bob Marley “No Woman No Cry” Soundtrack and Amarae with the track her track titled “A Body A Coffin” Santa Fe Klan also release his own part of the project titled Soy.

Download and Enjoy below …

Temz – No Woman No Cry …

Amarae – A Body A Coffin ….

Santa Fe Klan – Soy ….

STYLE : TRENDY ASOEBI LOOKS AT INI DIMA OKOGIE’S WEDDING

It was #AChocolateLoveStory on Saturday, May 21 as actress Ini Dima-Okogie got wedded to her heartthrob, Abasi Ene-Obong.

The Blood Sisters star looked regal and breathtaking in all her outfits that saw A-list celebrities and media personalities in attendance.

Here are some trendy looks of the day

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SPORTS : Full list of UEFA Champions League and European Cup winners

Full list of UCL and European Cup winners as Real Madrid win record 14th title

This season in the UEFA Champions League, Liverpool and Real Madrid, two of the most winningest teams in the competition, squared off for the right to be crowned champions of Europe. Real ultimately walked away with a 1-0 victory for their record 14th title. For the third consecutive season, the final, UEFA’s showcase event, was forced to move venues. The final was moved from Saint Petersburg, Russia, to Stade France just outside of Paris as a result of Russia’s ongoing invasion of Ukraine.

The UEFA Champions League, originally named the European Cup before it was changed to its current name prior to the 1992-93 season, has been around since 1955, with 22 different champions from 13 different countries. Real Madrid is by far the team with the most titles, with 14, followed by AC Milan with seven. 

European Cup/Champions League final winners

SEASON WINNERS SCORE RUNNER-UP LOCATION 
1955-56 Real Madrid (ESP) 4-3 Stade de Reims (FRA) Paris 
1956-57 Real Madrid (ESP) 2-0 Fiorentina (ITA) Madrid 
1957-58 Real Madrid (ESP) 3-2 (a.e.t)AC Milan (ITA) Brussels 
1958-59 Real Madrid (ESP) 2-0 Stade de Reims (FRA) Stuttgart 
1959-60 Real Madrid (ESP) 7-3 Eintracht Frankfurt (GER) Glasgow 
1960-61 Benfica (POR) 3-2 Barcelona (ESP) Bern 
1961-62 Benfica (POR) 5-3 Real Madrid (ESP) Amsterdam 
1962-63 AC Milan (ITA) 2-1 Benfica (POR) London   
1963-64 Inter Milan (ITA) 3-1 Real Madrid (ESP) Vienna 
1964-65 Inter Milan (ITA) 1-0 Benfica (POR) Milan 
1965-66 Real Madrid (ESP) 2-1 Partizan (SRB) Brussels   
1966-67 Celtic (SCO) 2-1 Inter Milan (ITA) Lisbon 
1967-68 Manchester United (ENG) 4-1 (a.e.t.)Benfica (POR) London   
1968-69 AC Milan (ITA) 4-1 Ajax (NED) Madrid   
1969-70 Feyenoord (NED) 2-1 (a.e.t.)Celtic (SCO) Milan   
1970-71 Ajax (NED) 2-0 Panathinaikos (GRE) London 
1971-72 Ajax (NED) 2-0 Inter Milan (ITA) Rotterdam 
1972-73 Ajax (NED) 1-0 Juventus (ITA) Belgrade 
1973-74 Bayern Munich (GER) 4-0 (replay)Ateltico Madrid (ESP) Brussels   
1974-75 Bayern Munich (GER) 2-0 Leeds United (ENG)   Paris 
1975-76 Bayern Munich (GER) 1-0 Saint-Etiene (FRA)   Glasgow   
1976-77 Liverpool (ENG) 3-1 Borussia Monchengladbach (GER)   Rome   
1977-78 Liverpool (ENG) 1-0   Club Brugge (BEL)   London   
1978-79 Nottingham Forest (ENG) 1-0   Malmo FF (SWE)   Munich 
1979-80 Nottingham Forest (ENG) 1-0   Hamburg (GER)   Madrid   
1980-81 Liverpool (ENG) 1-0   Real Madrid (ESP) Paris   
1981-82 Aston Villa (ENG) 1-0   Bayern Munich (GER) Rotterdam 
1982-83 Hamburg (GER) 1-0 Juventus (ITA) Athens   
1983-84 Liverpool (ENG) 1-1 (4-2 PKs) Roma (ITA) Rome   
1984-85 Juventus (ITA) 1-0 Liverpool (ENG) Brussels   
1985-86 Steaua Bucuresti (ROU) 0-0 (2-0 PKs) Barcelona (ESP) Seville 
1986-87 Porto (POR) 2-1 Bayern Munich (GER) Vienna   
1987-88 PSV Eindhoven (NED) 0-0 (2-0 PKs) Benfica (POR) Stuttgart 
1988-89 AC Milan (ITA) 4-0 Steaua Bucuresti (ROU)   Barcelona   
1989-90 AC Milan (ITA) 1-0 Benfica (POR) Vienna   
1990-91 Red Star Belgrade (SRB) 0-0 (5-3 PKs) Marseille (FRA) Bari 
1991-92 Barcelona (ESP) 1-0 (a.e.t.) Sampdoria (ITA) London   
1992-93 Marseille (FRA)   1-0 AC Milan (ITA) Munich   
1993-94 AC Milan (ITA) 4-0 Barcelona (ESP) Athens   
1994-95 Ajax (NED) 1-0 AC Milan (ITA) Vienna 
1995-96 Juventus (ITA) 1-1 (4-2 Pks) Ajax (NED) Rome   
1996-97 Borussia Dortmund (GER) 3-1 Juventus (ITA) Munich   
1997-98 Real Madrid (ESP) 1-0 Juventus (ITA) Amsterdam 
1998-99 Manchester United (ENG) 2-1 Bayern Munich (GER) Barcelona 
1999-00 Real Madrid (ESP) 3-0 Valencia (ESP) Saint-Denis 
2000-01 Bayern Munich (GER) 1-1 (5-4 PKs) Valencia (ESP) Milan   
2001-02 Real Madrid (ESP) 2-1 Bayer Leverkusen (GER) Glasgow   
2002-03 AC Milan (ITA) 0-0 (3-2 PKs) Juventus (ITA) Manchester 
2003-04 Porto (POR) 3-0 AS Monaco (FRA) Gelsenkirchen 
2004-05 Liverpool (ENG) 3-3 (3-2 PKs) AC Milan (ITA) Istanbul 
2005-06 Barcelona (ESP) 2-1 Arsenal (ENG) Saint-Denis   
2006-07 AC Milan (ITA) 2-1 Liverpool (ENG) Athens 
2007-08 Manchester United (ENG) 1-1 (6-5 PKs) Chelsea (ENG) Moscow 
2008-09 Barcelona (ESP) 2-0 Manchester United (ENG) Rome 
2009-10 Inter Milan (ITA) 2-0 Bayern Munich (GER) Madrid   
2010-11 Barcelona (ESP) 3-1 Manchester United (ENG) London   
2011-12 Chelsea (ENG) 1-1 (4-3 PKs) Bayern Munich (GER) Munich 
2012-13 Bayern Munich (GER) 2-1 Borussia Dortmund (GER) London 
2013-14 Real Madrid (ESP) 4-1 (a.e.t) Atletico Madrid (ESP) Lisbon 
2014-15 Barcelona (ESP)   3-1 Juventus (ITA) Berlin 
2015-16 Real Madrid (ESP)   1-1 (5-3 PKs) Atletico Madrid (ESP) Milan 
2016-17Real Madrid (ESP)4-1Juventus (ITA)Cardiff
2017-18Real Madrid (ESP)3-1Liverpool (ENG)Kyiv
2018-19Liverpool (ENG)2-0Tottenham (ENG)Madrid
2019-20Bayern Munich (GER)1-0Paris Saint-Germain (FRA)Lisbon
2020-21Chelsea (ENG)1-0Manchester City (ENG)Porto
2021-22Liverpool (ENG)0-2Real Madrid (ESP)Paris

European Cup/Champions League title winners by clubs

CLUB TITLES YEAR WON 
Real Madrid (ESP) 141956, 1957, 1958, 1959, 1960, 1966, 1998, 2000, 2002, 2014, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2022
AC Milan (ITA) 1963, 1969, 1989, 1990, 1994, 2003, 2007 
Bayern Munich (GER) 61974, 1975, 1976, 2001, 2013, 2020
Liverpool (ENG) 61977, 1978, 1981, 1984, 2005, 2019
Barcelona (ESP)51992, 2006, 2009, 2011, 2015
Ajax (NED) 1971, 1972, 1973, 1995 
Inter Milan (ITA) 1964, 1965, 2010
Manchester United (ENG) 1968, 1999, 2008
Juventus (ITA) 1985, 1996
Benfica (POR) 1961, 1962
Nottingham Forest (ENG) 1979, 1980
Porto (POR) 1987, 2004
Chelsea (ENG)22012, 2021
Celtic (SCO) 1967
Hamburg (GER) 1983 
Steaua Bucuresti (ROU)   1986 
Marseille (FRA) 1993 
Borussia Dortmund (GER) 1997 
Feyenoord (NED) 1970 
Aston Villa (ENG) 1982 
PSV Eindhoven (NED) 1988 
Red Star Belgrade (SRB) 1991 

Source : CBS Sports

2022 HEADIES AWARDS – FULL NORMINATION LIST

Hip Hop World Awards full List Of Norminees

The 2022 HEADIES organizers have unveiled this year’s nominees. They took to their official Instagram and Twitter accounts to share the nominee’s list. Wizkid bags the most recognition with 9 nominations, Ayra Starr and Tems follows with 8 nominations each.

The 15th instalment of the biggest and most prestigious award in Nigerian music is set to hold on 4th September 2022 in Atlanta Georgia.

Meet the nominees… full nominations list below;

ROOKIE OF THE YEAR

AV
FAVE
Magixx
Portable
Ugoccie

BEST RECORDING OF THE YEAR

“CELEBRATE ME” – Patoranking
“ESSENCE” – Wizkid Ft. TEMS
“JOY” – Falana
“LOVING IS HARDER” – Johnny Drille
“MEJI MEJI” – Brymo
“SOMEBODY’S SON” – Tiwa Savage Ft. Brandy

PRODUCER OF THE YEAR

Beats By Jayy- “GOLDEN” (A-Q)
Blaise Beatz – “SINNER” (Adekunle Gold ft Lucky Daye)
Niphkeys – “FEEL GOOD” (Mohbad)
P.Priime – “OZUMBA MBADIWE” (Reekado Banks)
Pheelz – “HIGH” (Adekunle Gold ft. Davido)
Sarz – “MONALISA” (Lojay & Sarz)

BEST R&B SINGLE

FAVE – “BABY RIDDIM”
Ayra Starr Ft. CKay- “BEGGIE BEGGIE”
Wizkid ft. TEMS – “ESSENCE”
Chike ft. Simi – “RUNNING (TO YOU)”
Niniola – “PROMISE”
Adekunle Gold ft Lucky Daye – “SINNER”

SONGWRITER OF THE YEAR

Adekunle Gold – “SINNER”
Ajebo Hustlers – “LOYALTY”
Brymo – “MEJI MEJI”
Falana – “JOY”
Fireboy DML – “PERU”
Omah Lay – “UNDERSTAND”

BEST RAP SINGLE

A-Q ft. Chike – “BREATHE”
Vector & MI Abaga ft. Pheelz – “CROWN OF CLAY”
Vector ft. Goodgirl LA – “EARLY MOMO”
Ladipoe ft BNXN – “FEELING”
Show Dem Camp ft Reminisce & Mojo – “TYCOON”
Olamide ft. Bad Boy Timz – “LOADING”

BEST ALTERNATIVE SONG

Flavour – “DOINGS”
Made Kuti – “FREE YOUR MIND”
Ibejii – “GONTO”
Basketmouth, The Cavemen, Dice Ailes & Bez – “HUSTLE”
Brymo – “MEJI MEJI”
The Cavemen – “SELENSE”

BEST VOCAL PERFORMANCE (FEMALE)

Ayra Starr – “TOXIC”
Liya – “ALARI”
Niniola – “6TH HEAVEN”
Simi – ” RUNNING TO YOU”
TEMS – “ESSENCE”
Waje – “LAST TIME”

BEST VOCAL PERFORMANCE (MALE)

Brymo – “MEJI MEJI”
Oxlade – “OJUJU”
Johnny Drille – “LOVING IS HARDER”
Ric Hassani – “WHEN I AM GONE”
Tay Iwar – “PEAKING”

BEST MUSIC VIDEO

TG Omori – “CHAMPION” (Fireboy DML FT D Smoke)
Meji Alabi – “GINGER” (Wizkid ft. Burna Boy)
Pink – “ROJU” (Chike)
Ovie Etseyatse – “RAIN” (Yemi Alade ft Mzansi Youth Choir)
TG Omori – “BLING” (Blaqbonez ft Amaarae and BNXN)
Director K – “RUNNING” (Ladipoe ft Fireboy DML)

BEST COLLABORATION

Ayra Starr ft CKay – “BEGGIE BEGGIE”
Blaqbonez ft Amaarae & BNXN – “BLING”
Vector ft Goodgirl LA – “EARLY MOMO”
Wizkid ft TEMS – “ESSENCE”
Ladipoe ft BNXN – “FEELING”
Chike ft Simi – “RUNNING TO YOU”

BEST STREET HOP ARTISTE

Bella Shmurda ft Zlatan & Lincoin – “CASH APP”
Mohbad ft Rexxie – “KPK”
Mohbad – “FEEL GOOD”
Naira Marley – “KOLEYEWON”
Nektunez & Goya Menor – “AMENO AMPIANO REMIX”
Portable & Poco Lee ft Olamide – “Zazoo Zeh”

AFROBEATS SINGLE OF THE YEAR

Ayra Starr – “BLOODY SAMARITAN”
Ruger – “BOUNCE”
Adekunle Gold ft Davido – “HIGH”
Lojay & Sarz – “MONALISA”
Reekado Banks – “OZUMBA MBADIWE”
Fireboy DML – “PERU”

HEADIES VIEWER’S CHOICE

Joeboy – “SIP”
Ayra Starr – “BLOODY SAMARITAN”
Fireboy DML – “PERU”
Lojay & Sarz – “MONALISA”
Nektunez & Goya Menor – “AMENO AMPIANO REMIX”
Olamide ft Omah Lay – “INFINITY”
Rema – “SOUNDGASM”
Wizkid ft TEMS – “ESSENCE”

BEST WEST AFRICAN ARTISTE OF THE YEAR

Amaarae – (GHANA)
Angelique Kidjo -(BENIN)
Aya Nakamura – (MALI)
Gyakie – (GHANA)
KiDi – (GHANA)
Nelson Freitas – (CAPE VERDE)

BEST EAST AFRICAN ARTISTE OF THE YEAR

Diamond Platinumz
Harmonize
Meddy
Eddy Kenzo
Nikita Kering
Zuchu

BEST NORTH AFRICAN ARTISTE OF THE YEAR

Muhamad Ramadan
Emel Mathlouthi
Elgrandetoto
Latifah
Soolking
Manal

BEST SOUTHERN AFRICAN ARTISTE OF THE YEAR

Black Coffee
DJ Tarico
Elaine
Focalistic
Sha Sha
Jah Prayzah

BEST AFROBEATS ALBUM

Ayra Starr – “19 & DANGEROUS”
Davido – “A BETTER TIME”
Wizkid – “MADE IN LAGOS”
Kizz Daniel – “BARNABAS”
Ajebo Hustlers – “KPOS LIFESTYLE”
Teni – “WONDALAND”

BEST REGGAE & DANCEHALL ALBUM

Timaya – “GRATITUDE”
Prettyboy D-O – “LOVE IS WAR”
Shank – “RAINBOW RIDDIM”
Patoranking – “THREE”
Yung L – “YAADMAN KINGSIZE”

BEST R&B ALBUM

Johnny Drille – “BEFORE WE FALL ASLEEP”
TEMS – “IF ORANGE WAS A COLOUR”
Omawunmi – “LOVE DEEP HIGH LIFE”
Falana – “RISING”
Ric Hassani – “THE PRINCE I BECAME”
Tiwa Savage – “WATER AND GARRI”

BEST ALTERNATIVE ALBUM

Brymo – “9: ESAN”
Ibejii – “INTERMISSION”
Femi Kuti & Made Kuti – “LEGACY +”
The Cavemen – “LOVE AND HIGHLIFE”
Wavy The Creator- “P.S THANK YOU FOR WAITING”
Basketmouth – “YABASI”

BEST RAP ALBUM

Olamide – “CARPE DIEM”
Show Dem Camp – “CLONE WARS VOL. 5; THE ALGORYTHM”
A-Q – “GOLDEN”
Idowest – “MAFIA CULTURE VOL. 2.0”
LadiPoe – “PROVIDENCE”
Blaqbonez – “SEX OVER LOVE”

ALBUM OF THE YEAR

Femi Kuti & Made Kuti – “LEGACY +”
Wizkid – “MADE IN LAGOS (Deluxe Edition)”
Brymo – “9: ESAN”
Ayra Starr – “19 & DANGEROUS”
Olamide – “CARPE DIEM”
Basketmouth – “YABASI”

SONG OF THE YEAR

Patoranking – “CELEBRATE ME”
Flavour ft. Phyno – “DOINGS”
Wizkid ft. TEMS – “ESSENCE”
Adekunle Gold ft Davido – “HIGH”
Lojay & Sarz – “MONALISA”
Fireboy DML – “PERU”

BEST FEMALE ARTISTE

SIMI
TEMS
TIWA SAVAGE
TENI
NINIOLA

BEST MALE ARTISTE

BRUNA BOY
ADEKUNLE GOLD
WIZKID
DAVIDO
FLAVOUR
OLAMIDE

HEADIES NEXT RATED

ZINOLEESKY
BNXN
LOJAY
RUGER
AYRA STARR

AFRICAN ARTISTE OF THE YEAR

AYA NAKAMURA
BURNA BOY
BLACK COFFEE
DAVIDO
DIAMOND PLATINUMZ
SOOLKING
WIZKID

SPECIAL RECOGNITION

BOSE OGULU
EFE OMOROGBE
SUNDAY ARE

HALL OF FAME

ANGELIQUE KIDJO

INTERNATIONAL ARTISTE RECOGNITION

AKON
DIDDY
WYCLEF JEAN

LYRICIST ON THE ROLL

A-Q – “The Last Cypher”
BLAQBONEZ – “The Last Cypher”
LADIPOE – “Providence”
JESSE JAGS – “Viphers”
PAYPER CORLEONE – “In Don We Trust”
VECTOR – “Crown Of Clay”

HUMANITARIAN AWARD OF THE YEAR

DAVIDO
DON JAZZY
2FACE IDIBIA
RUGGEDMAN

ENTERTAINMENT : AMVCA 8 2022 – FULL LIST OF NORMINEES

AMVCA Norminees Full List

The Africa Magic Viewers’ Choice Awards Nominations are in – and we’ll tell you now; you’re going to have a tough time voting for your favourites in our seven public voting categories, in this eighth edition of the AMVCAs. Yes, the talent is that good.

 It’s a special time for Africa and her vibrant entertainment industry, as we prepare to bestow the continent’s finest with top honours for creating art like their lives depended on it, during a pandemic that upended the entire globe. From movies and television, to social media, the continent’s creatives both behind the scenes and in front of the camera rose to the occasion and went for gold – and now it’s time to give them their well-deserved accolades.

Here’s a full list of our #AMVCA8 Nominees. Make sure you VOTE for your favourites NOW.

Best Actor in a Comedy (Movie/TV Series) powered by Cowbell

Shawn Faqua – Soole

Deyemi Okanlawon – Omo Ghetto (The Saga)

Gideon Okeke – Loving Rona

Broda Shaggi/Samuel Perry – Dwindle

Femi Adebayo – Progressive Tailors Club

Williams Uchemba  – Dear Affy

Timini  Egbuson – Ponzi


Best Actor in a Drama (Movie/TV Series) powered by Indomie

Stan Nze – Rattlesnake

Uzee Usman – Voiceless

Gabriel Afolayan – For Maria Ebun Pataki

Efa Iwara – This Lady Called Life

Femi Jacobs  – Introducing The Kujus

Eyinna Nwigwe – Dear Affy

Timini Egbuson  – Introducing The Kujus


Best Actress in a Comedy (Movie/TV Series) powered by Cowbell

Funke Akindele – Omo Ghetto (The Saga)

Bimbo Ademoye ­– Breaded Life

Nse Ikpe Etim – Quams Money

Bisola Aiyeola – Dwindle

Nancy Isime – Kambili: The Whole 30 Yards  

Sarah Hassan – Just In Time


Best Actress in a Drama (Movie/TV Series) powered by Supa Komando

Asabe Madaki – Voiceless

Osas Ighodaro – Rattlesnake: The Ahanna Story

Meg Otanwa  – For Maria Ebun Pataki

Bisola Aiyeola – This Lady Called Life 2

Nancy Isime – Superstar

Genoveva Umeh – A Tune Away

Kehinde Bankole – Dear Affy


Best Supporting Actor (Movie/TV Series) powered by Octa FX

Bucci Franklin – Rattlesnake

Adjete Anang  – Gold Coast Lounge

Odunlade Adekola – Jankariwo

Eric Roberts  – A Soldier’s Story

Magaji Mijinyawa  – Amina ­

Yemi Blaq – The New Normal

Country Hard – Tope Tedela


Best Supporting Actress (Movie/TV Series) powered by Lush

Bisola Aiyeola – Sugar Rush

Mercy Johnson  – The New Normal

Clarion Chukwurah – Amina

Mumbi Maina  – La Femme Anjola

Enado Odigie  – The New Normal

Omowunmi Dada  – Country Hard  

Chioma Chukwuka Akpotha  –  Omo Ghetto (The Saga)


Best Short Film Or Online Video powered by MTN

Something About Zee – Mary Nsikanabasi Uyoh

Fractured – Abimbola Craig

Ounje Ale – Ozor Uche

Koro – Nicholas ‘Big Ghun’ Nartey

Kiitan – Korede Olayinka

Dices – Sandra Tetteh

I Am The Prostitute Mama Described – Taiwo Ogunnimo

Best Online Social Content Creator powered by Amstel

Multi Personality Disorder – Mr Macaroni

Nollywood Epic Love Story 1 & 2 (Parody) – Tee Kuro

Kayamata – Bukunmi Adeaga-Ilori

Mr Funny – Oga Sabinus

Road Rage – Taaooma

Of Line And Layers – Jacqueline Suowari

First Date-Mummy’s Boy – Edem Victor

Affiah-De Ja Vu – Elozonam Ogbolu

Best Africa Magic Original Drama Series

Movement-Japa – Femi Odugbemi

Riona – James Omokwe

Unmarried – Uche Ikejimba

Dilemma – Uche Ikejimba

Venge – Tosin Igho & Rogba Arimoro

Eve – Winifred Nwokedi

Enakhe – Victor Sanchez Aghahowa

Rishantes – Dimbo Atiya

Best Africa Magic Original Comedy Series

The Johnsons – Rogers Ofime

My Flatmates – Bright Okpocha & Solomon Adekunle

My Siblings & I – Funke Akindele Bello & JJC Skillz

NON-PUBLIC VOTING

Best Director (Movie) powered by Sunlight Detergent

La Femme Anjola – Mildred Okwo

Amina – Izu Ojukwu

Rattlesnake: The Ahanna Story – Ramsey Nouah

Collision Course – Bolanle Austen-Peters

Voiceless – Robert O. Peters

Light In The Dark – Ekene Som Mekwunye

Namatse Wahala – Hamisha Daryani Ahuja

Best Soundtrack (Movie/TV Series) powered by Pepsi

Rattlesnake: The Ahanna Story – Larry Gaaga

Collision Course –  Tchella and Dannybeats

Just In Time – Boumeester Lindsay & Kagwe Mungai

Amina –Dabs Agwom

Gold Coast Lounge – Pascal Aka & Raquel

Light In the Dark – Awele Mekwunye & Bizzouch

The White Line – Michael Pulse & Ponti Dikuua

Best Indigenous Language Movie or TV Series (Igbo) powered by Amstel

Nne-Ka – Uche Nnanna Maduka

Uhuruchi (Sunset) – Victor Iyke

Echezona – Victor Onwudiwe and Ugomma Onwe

Udene – Oma Nnadi

Best Indigenous Language Movie or TV Series (Hausa)

Voiceless – Rogers Ofime

Sarki Goma Zamani Goma – Abubakar Bashir Maishadda

Bana Bakwai – Abubakar Bashir Maishadda

Tsangayar Asali – Abdulkadir Nuhu Aminu

Bayi – Diane Russet and Ayo Newo

Best Indigenous Language Movie or TV Series (Yoruba)

Jankariwo – Bukunmi Oluwasina

Alasie – David Akande, Demola Yusuf, Edgard Leroy

Abeke – Samuel Oniyitan

Balokun – Olamide Akinmolayan

Ijolewa – Olapeju Wahab

Arodan – Wunmi Ajiboye

Best Indigenous Language Movie or TV Series (Swahili)

Obambo – Freddy Feruzi

Jaramandia – Dennis Humphrey and Bernard Kahindi

Rishai – Omar Hamza Hassan

Best Television Series (Drama/ Comedy)

The Mystic River – Rogers Ofime

The Smart Money Woman – Arese Ugwu, Isoken Ogiemwonyi, Lala Akindoju & Akintunde Marine Marinho

Rumour Has It Season 3 – Vincent Nwachukwu

Little Black Book – Olawale Adetula and Lydia Idakula-Sobogun

My Name A-Zed – Olawale Adetula and Ijeoma Grace Agu

Butuku – Mwaka Nakweti

Jenifa’s Diary – Olufunke Akindele

Best Makeup

Voiceless  – Gift Ameh

Amina ­– Dagogo Diminas & Gabriel Okorie Gabazzini

Omo Ghetto (The Saga) – Balogun Abiodun

Nneka The Pretty Serpent – Ugochinyere Ihendi

Rattlesnake: The Ahanna Story – Carina Ojoko

Peregun – Adewunmi Fatai & Ayobami Abolarin

La Femme Anjola – Abiola Popoola

Best Sound Editor (Movie/TV Series)

Amina – Jim Lively & James Nelson

Prophetess – Bayo Adepetun & Biola ‘Lala’ Olayinka

Omo Ghetto (The Saga) – Puffy Tee

For Maria Ebun Pataki – Tom Koroluk

Nneka The Pretty Serpent – Habib Adebayo Olaore, Ovie Odigie and Chika Dil Ajufo

Tinka’s Story – Hassan Mageye

Best Documentary

Road2Blow – Taiwo Adeyemi

Unmasked: Leadership, Trust And The COVID-19 Pandemic In Nigeria – Femi Odugbemi

This Love – Eugene Mbugua

Sunset In Makoko – Allen Onyige

If Objects Could Speak – Saitabao Kaiyare, Mumo Liku, Elena Schilling, Daniella Fritz, Ann Katrina Boberg

Streets Of Lagos: Dear Little People – Lawrence Adejumo

Best Lighting Designer (Movie/TV Series)

Amina – Stanley Ibegbu Okechukwu

The Mystic River –Yemi Awoponle

Rattlesnake: The Ahanna Story – Mathew Yusuf

The White Line – Jaco Strauss

Light In the Dark – Godwin Lawani

Nneka The Pretty Serpent – Mathew Yusuf

Dear Affy – Fei Mustapha

Best Art Director (Movie/TV Series)

The Smart Money Woman – Ediri Okwa

Rattlesnake: The Ahanna Story – Pat Nebo

The Mystic River – Mayowa Labiran

Amina – Tunji Afolayan

One Lagos Night – Chima Adighije

Day Of Destiny – Chris Udomi

Introducing The Kujus – Adeoye Adetunji

Best Costume Designer (Movie/TV Series)

Voiceless – Titi Aina Raji  

Amina – Millicent T. Jack

The Smart Money Woman – Isoken Ogiemwonyi

Omo Ghetto (The Saga) – Funke Akindele Bello

The Mystic River ­– Obijie Oru

La Femme Anjola  – Yolanda Okereke

Nneka The Pretty Serpent – Yoanna ‘Pepper’ Chikezie

Best Cinematographer

Rattlesnake: The Ahanna Story – Muhammed Atta Ahmed

Collision Course – James Amuta

Amina –  Peter Kreil, Wale Adebayo, Samuel Jonathan & Moruf Fadaro

The Mystic River – Samuel Jonathan & Moruf Fadaro

Nneka The Pretty Serpent – John Njaga Demps

Just In Time – Victoria Ombogo

Superstar – Barnabas Emordi

Best Picture Editor

Voiceless – Rogers Ofime

Just In Time – Dolapo Adeleke

Omo Ghetto (The Saga) – JJC Skillz, Adeyemi Shomade & Valentine Chukwuma

Lockdown – Tester Bassey, Abiodun Okunola and Moses Inwang

Bad Comments – Moses Inwang

For Maria Ebun Pataki – Tunde Apalowo

Collision Course – Tega Salubi

Best Writer (Movie/TV Series)

La Femme Anjola – Tunde Babalola

This Lady Called Life – Toluwani Obayan & Kayode Kasum

For Maria Ebun Pataki – Tunray Femi & Damilola E. Orimogunje

One Lagos Night – Chigozirim Nwanegbo

Introducing The Kujus – Manie Oiseomaye, Donald Tombia, Biodun Stephen

Amina – Frank Chinedu Uba

Little Black Book – Abosi Ogba, Sally Kenneth Dadzie, Lydia Idakula Sobogun, Olawale Adetula & Belinda Yanga Agedah

Best Movie (Southern Africa)

Hairareb – Dantagos Jimmy-Melani

Black Dollar – David Kazadi

Maria Kristu – Paul.S.Wilo

Veza-The Unfolding – Dumie Manyathela

Best Movie (East Africa)

The Girl In The Yellow Jumper – Morocco Omari

A Grand Little Lie – Denise Kibisu Ngubuini

My Husband’s Wife – Ndagire Mariam

Just In Time – Sarah Hassan and Dolapo Adeleke

Ugonjwa Wa Kifo – Raphael Emmanuel

Beautiful Ashes – Ayeny T. Steve

Best Movie (West Africa)

Tainted Canvas – Orwi Manny Ameh

Collision Course  – Bolanle Austen-Peters & Joseph Umoibom

Amina – Okey Ogunjiofor

Rattlesnake: The Ahanna Story – Chris Odeh

Omo Ghetto (The Saga) – Funke Akindele Bello and JJC Skillz

Breaded Life – Biodun Stephen & Tara Ajibulu

Nneka The Pretty Serpent – Chris Odeh

Best Overall Movie powered by Amstel 

Amina – Izu Ojukwu & Okey Ogunjiofor

Voiceless – Robert O. Peters & Rogers Ofime

Rattlesnake – Ramsey Nouah, Chris Odeh and Charles Okpaleke

Collision Course – Bolanle Austen-Peters

Omo Ghetto (The Saga) – JJC Skillz & Funke Akindele Bello

Nneka The Pretty Serpent – Tosin Igho, Chris Odeh and Charles Okpaleke 

La Femme Anjola – Mildred Okwo & Rita Dominic

Just In Time – Dolapo Adeleke & Sarah Hassan

Multichoice Talent Factory

Bride Untangled – Abisola Aboaba

Engaito – Daisy Masembe

Nyau – Masuzyo Mwale, Cosmas Ngandwe, Abel Ngoma and Edward Sakala

Rebirth – Brian Ontiri

Oko K3 Akueteh – Christine Boateng and Eric Okyerefo

Other: (to be awarded on awards night)

Trailblazer Award powered by  Amstel

Best Dressed Male powered by Amstel

Best Dressed Female powered by Amstel

Get your votes in for all your #AMVCA8 favourites in the seven categories that are determined by the public. Click here to vote NOW

ENTERTAINMENT : WHAT TO EXPECT & HOW TO WATCH THE AMVCA 2022

How to watch the AMVCAs this Saturday – AMVCA 8

Africa’s biggest and most prestigious celebration of film and television talent is here. Keen to settle in and watch the glitz and glam from the comfort of your own home, or wherever you are really (thank you, DStv App)?

Here’s a handy guide!

Meet The Red Carpet Host

Ahead of awards night on Saturday, 14 May, Africa Magic has unveiled top media personalities and fashion icons Toke Makinwa, Ebuka Obi-Uchendu, Uti Nwachukwu and Sika Osei as Red Carpet hosts for the night.

The AMVCA red carpet is famed for showcasing glamorous and over-the-top fashion by movie stars and celebrity guests. The popular quartet will be on ground to interview attendees and catch all the fashion moments, as well as predictions of the biggest wins for the night.

Toke, Ebuka, Uti and Sika are no strangers to the AMVCA Red Carpet. They have served as hosts at previous editions, captivating audiences with their unique styles of presenting and entertaining guests on the carpet. They will be making a return for the eighth edition to usher television viewers to the awards ceremony and set the tone for a glamorous show

How it works

The 8th AMVCAs will also feature the return of the Best Dressed Male and Female categories in recognition of the best-dressed guests on the Red Carpet and will be voted for on the night of the event. Attendees interested in this award are to be on the Red Carpet between 16:00 WAT (17:00 CAT) and 17:30 WAT (18:30 CAT) to have their pictures taken in our specially designed AMVCA photo booth. The Top 20; 10 men and 10 women, will be shortlisted by the AMVCA Style Council and shared on Africa Magic’s Instagram page @africamagic. Fans will be given the opportunity to vote using the ‘Like’ icon for their favourite best-dressed guest between 6pm and 8pm. The male and female pictures with the highest ‘Likes’ will win the coveted awards and announced on stage.

AMVCA 2022 Main Event Host

Multi-talented Nigerian media personality, IK Osakioduwa, will return to host the award show with South Africa’s media darling, Bonang Matheba, who will be making her hosting debut at the AMVCAs. 

Bonang Matheba

Bonang Matheba is a multi–award winning radio host, TV presenter and style icon renowned for her flamboyant presentation skills and her signature voice on South African radio and television.  

She has hosted several award shows and prominent events, including 2016 MTV Africa Music Awards, the pre-shows for the 2014 MTV Europe Music Awards and 2016 BET Awards, and Miss South Africa 2019.

Announcing the awards’ hosts, Executive Head of Content and West Africa Channels, MultiChoice Nigeria, Dr. Busola Tejumola said: “We are excited to have Bonang join IK as co-host for the eighth edition of the AMVCAs. They are both extremely talented and have attained continental acclaim having both hosted some of Africa’s biggest shows. Together they will keep the crowd entertained on the biggest night to celebrate African film and TV stars”. 

Speaking on her AMVCA debut, Bonang expressed her excitement saying, “it’s been a long time coming”. On what viewers should expect to see, Queen B revealed that she will be bringing world-class, quality television hosting to the show.

“It’s always such an honor to host live productions and I think after COVID, we haven’t had the opportunity to be outside to have these big, big productions with live studio audiences. So, it’s lovely to have all of that back. It’s also an honor. Any single stage I get to step on is an honor. I’ve always wanted to work with IK. I am a huge fan of his. So, I’m looking forward to that too”, she said. 

IK Osakioduwa began his career in 2001 as a radio on-air personality and became popular for his entertaining style of presentation. He has since gone to host several high profile shows and programmes such as Big Brother Africa and is the host of the ongoing Nigerian Idol season 7 competition.

IK Osakioduwa

Making his return to the glamorous AMVCA stage, IK said: “I feel really honored to be hosting the AMVCAs again. I’m also really excited about the decision to honor the social media content creators with a category of their own. Trust me when I say, without a doubt this year is going to be another amazing outing for the African film industry

For the eighth edition of the Africa Magic Viewers’ Choice Awards, organizers announced a special eight-day series of events, starting with an Opening Night on Saturday, 7 May. This will be followed by a first-ever AMVCA runway show on Sunday, 8 May. On Monday, 9 May will be Young Filmmakers’ Day with movie screenings and panel discussions by students of the MultiChoice Talent Factory academy.  Africa Magic will host industry stakeholders to a special Content Market Workshop on Tuesday, 10 May and a pan-African food festival and cultural day on Wednesday, 11 May. A Digital Content Creators’ brunch to spotlight the growing popularity of online content creators will hold on Thursday, 12 May followed by a special gala for nominees on Friday, 13 May. The glamorous awards night will be on Saturday, 14 May and aired live on Africa Magic channels on DStv and GOtv from 4pm WAT.

The eighth edition of the Africa Magic Viewers’ Choice Awards is brought by Africa Magic in association with MultiChoice and is proudly sponsored by Amstel Malta.

Join the conversation using the hashtag #AMVCA8 and follow @africamagictv for live updates.

ENTERTAINMENT : IGGY AZALEA ZILLOW ADDICTION RAKES MILLIONS FOR HOME

My Zillow Addiction Paid Off – Iggy Azalea

Iggy Azalea‘s obsession with Zillow has also translated to the real world … she just found a buyer for her Hidden Hills home.

Azalea, who has said the home buying and listing website is her “actual addiction” … has accepted an offer for her 5-bedroom, 5-bath pad for $5.949 million — slightly less than the $6.2 million she listed it for back in January — but a nice little bump from the $5.2 million she paid less than a year ago.

The home is perfect for entertaining, with a giant backyard and swimming pool … not to mention a playground and basketball court. And, it’s Kardashian-adjacent!

Funny enough, shortly after listing the home, Iggy tweeted, “I keep selling my house so I have an excuse to Zillow. I’m obsessed. It’s my actual addiction.” Seattle Seahawks star receiver, Tyler Lockett, who got his real estate license in the offseason, even offered his services to help her find her next home.

Besides her obsession with Zillow, another reason Iggy could have been looking to sell was to get away from her neighbor. Right after moving in last year, she was already feuding with them over renovations.

Unclear where she plans to buy next, remember, she has a 2-year-old son named Onyx with Playboi Carti … but you gotta imagine she’ll be surfing the web to find her next pad.

Source: TMZ

VIDEO : ZINOLEESKY – NAIRA MARLEY [Mp3 Download + Official Video]

Marlian Music unveils the music video of the song titled “Naira Marley” by “Zinoleesky”.

The recent track by Zinoleesky is an Obeisance to the Marlian Music Empire and the Marlian boss himself Naira Marley

The melodious song was reiterating the efforts of the parents in Child Upbringing for the child to be successful and responsible while the child feel they haven’t done enough or he/she isn’t living his/her best life, soon comes the time when Adolescent steps in and he/she knows that been an adult seems dotty but it’s not a dot matrix.

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ENTERTAINMENT – HEADIES AWARD 2020 – WINNERS FULL LIST

Award ceremony Date: Sun, 21 Feb • 8:00 pm WAT

Location: La Campagne Tropicana Beach Resort Ibeju-Lekki

Hosts: Nancy Isime & Bovi

The Headies 2020 will be the 14th edition of The Headies, a Nigerian music awards show held to recognize outstanding achievements in the Nigerian music industry.  Friday, 4 December 2020Nominees and winners

NEXT RATED

1. OMAH LAY – Winner
2. BELLA SHMURDA
3. OXLADE
4. TEMS

BEST R&B SINGLE

  1. UNDER THE SKY – PRAIZ
  2. DUDUKE – SIMI
  3. MAD – SARZ & WURLD
  4. BAD INFLUENCE – OMAH LAY
  5. TATTOO – FIREBOY DML (Winner)
  6. DANGEROUS LOVE – TIWA SAVAGE

PRODUCER OF THE YEAR

1.PHEELZ – ‘BILLIONAIRE’ BY TENI (Winner)
2.SPAX – ‘AWAY’ BY OXLADE
3.KEL P – ‘PULL UP’ BY BURNA BOY
4.SARZ – ‘MAD’ BY SARZ & WURLD

BEST RAP ALBUM.

1.GOD’S ENGINEERING – AQ (Winner)
2.ILLY CHAPO X – ILLBLISS
3.YPSZN2 – PSYCHO YP
4.CULT! – PAYBAC IBORO
5.THE ERIGMA II – ERIGGA

Best Alternative Album

1.YELLOW – BRYMO
2.LUCID – ASA
3.THE LIGHT – BEZ
4.PIONEERS – DRB LASGIDI
5.ROOTS – THE CAVEMEN (Winner)

BEST POP ALBUM

1.APOLLO – FIREBOY DML (Winner)
2.AFRICAN GIANT – BURNA BOY
3.A GOOD TIME – DAVIDO
4.WOMAN OF STEEL – YEMI ALADE
5.AFRO POP VOL. 1 – ADEKUNLE GOLD

BEST RECORDING OF THE YEAR

1.OZYMANDIAS – BRYMO (Winner)
2.SMILE – WIZKID FEAT. HER
3.WONDERFUL – BURNA BOY
4.DREAMER – FIREBOY DML
5.GHOST TOWN – WURLD

Songwriter of the Year Award

Duduke – Simi – Winner

Best R&B Album

Fireboy DML – Tears, laughter and Goosebumps – Winner

Best Music Video

1. ELI – FIREBOY BY CLARENCE PETERS
2.1 MILLI – DAVIDO BY DIRECTOR K (Winner)
3.SMILE – WIZKID BY MEJI ALABI
4.BILLIONAIRE – TENI BY TG OMORI
5.SHEKERE – YEMI ALADE BY OVIE ETSEYATSE

African Artiste Recognition

1.MASTER KG – (Winner)
2.KUAMI EUGENE
3.SAUTI SOL
4.SHAATA WALE
5.STONEBWOY

Best Collaboration

1.KNOW YOU – LADIPOE FEAT. SIMI (Winner)
2.NOBODY – DJ NEPTUNE FEAT. JOEBOY & MR. EAZI
3.SWEET IN THE MIDDLE – DAVIDO FEAT. NAIRA MARLEY, ZLATAN & WURLD
4.DON’T CALL ME BACK – JOEBOY FEAT. MAYORKUN
5.TOTORI – ID CABASA FEAT. WIZKID & OLAMIDE
6.GET THE INFO – PHYNO FT PHENOM AND FALZ

Best Rap Single

1.OGB4IG – REMINISCE
2.SHUT UP – BLAQBONEZ
3.COUNTRY – ILLBLISS
4.GET THE INFO – PHYNO, FALZ & PHENOM
5.BOP DADDY – FALZ FEAT. MS. BANKS (Winner)

Best Vocal Performance (Male)

WURLD – GHOST TOWN
2.CHIKE – FORGIVE
3.PRAIZ – UNDER THE SKY (Winner)
4.COHBAMS – PLENTI
5.NONSO AMADI – WHAT MAKES YOU SURE
6.JOHNNY DRILLE – COUNT ON YOU

Best Vocal Performance (Female)

1.SIMI – NO LONGER BENEFICIAL
2.LINDSEY ABUDEI – ONE ON THE OUTSIDE
3.NINIOLA – ADDICTED (Winner)
4.J-DESS – CHI EFO
5.YEMI ALADE – LAI LAI
6.IMANSE – AJALA

Headies Revelation

1.VICTOR AD
2.FIREBOY DML (Winner)
3.JOEBOY
4.TENI
5.REMA
6.CHIKE

LYRICIST ON THE ROLL

1. AQ – EUNICE
2.BLAQBONEZ – DEFINE RAP 2
3.MI ABAGA – TRINITY
4.ILLBLISS – COUNTRY (Winner)
5. PHENOM – GET THE INFO
6. PHYNO – SPEAK LIFE

BEST STREET-HOP ARTISTE

1.NAIRA MARLEY & YOUNG JOHN – MAFO
2.MAYORKUN – GENG (Winner)
3.REMINISCE FEAT. OLAMIDE & NAIRA MARLEY – INSTAGRAM
4.RUDEBOY – AUDIO MONEY
5.IVD & ZLATAN – BOLANLE
6.OLAMIDE – PAWON

ALBUM OF THE YEAR

1.AFRICAN GIANT – BURNA BOY
2.APOLLO – FIREBOY DML (Winner)
3.AFRO POP VOL. 1 – ADEKUNLE GOLD
4.YELLOW – BRYMO
5.BOO OF THE BOOLESS – CHIKE

HEADIES’ VIEWER’S CHOICE

1.DAVIDO
2.OMAH LAY
3.BURNA BOY
4.FALZ
5.FIREBOY DML
6.MAYORKUN
7. DJ NEPTUNE
8. WIZKID – Winner

ROOKIE OF THE YEAR

1.OLAKIRA
2.ALPHA P
3.JAMOPYPER
4.ZINOLEESKY
5.BAD BOY TIMZ – Winner

SONG OF THE YEAR

1.FEM – DAVIDO
2.NOBODY – DJ NEPTUNE FEAT. JOEBOY & MR. EAZI (Winner)
3.JORO – WIZKID
4.MAFO – NAIRA MARLEY
5.DUDUKE – SIMI

BEST POP SINGLE

1.BILLIONAIRE – TENI
2.NOBODY – DJ NEPTUNE FEAT. JOEBOY & MR. EAZI – Winner
3.LADY – REMA
4.FEM – DAVIDO
5.JORO – WIZKID
6.SKELETUN – TEKNO

BEST ‘ALTERNATIVE’ SONG

1.CORNER – LADY DONLY FEAT. VANJESS & THE CAVEMEN
2.I WONDER – MOELOGO – Winner
3.BITTER – DEENA ADE
4.ANITA – THE CAVEMEN
5.MONEY DEVOTION – GBASKY
6.GOD SAVE THE QUEEN – OLU

Special Recognition

Eedris Abdulkareem

Timaya

Headies Hall of Fame

King Sunny Ade

Chief Ebenezer Obey

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