Multi-talented Nigerian artiste, Falz has announced the return of his headline concert, The Falz Experience.
Set to hold on June 8, 2019 at Eko Hotel and Suites, Lagos, the Falz Experience is a one of a kind musical theatre show that showcases the unique sides of Falz the Bahd Guy, but this time with a twist.
After setting the bar so high in 2017, Falz sat 2018 out but it would seem the rapper is now ready to deliver yet another spectacular show.
The show tagged “The Falz Experience II” will get music lovers guessing what will happen at the upcoming event by engaging in conversations with Falz on social media with the hashtag #WhatWillFalzDo
The award-winning musician also announced that he has a special surprise for the concert goers.
While fans can only speculate as to what Falz’s big surprise(s) are, there are a couple of things they know for sure. On the top of that list is the fact that the show would start at exactly 8pm. Granted the fact that the show will be produced by Livespot 360, fans can also look forward to a breathtaking cinematic night of music and theatrics.
Early bird tickets for the show have sold out so one can expect that fans will definitely show up for the highly anticipated event in their numbers.
Tickets to The Falz Experience II can be purchased at NairaBox, Ariiyatickets & Afritickets.
Nigerian Musician, Azeez Fashola better known as Naira Marley has appeared at the Federal High Court in Ikoyi for the continuation of his trial.
At the court premises, a group of young people suspected to be rented crowd by friends of the singer can be heard shouting “free Marley”.
His mother who is wearing a red gown is also present at the court to witness the hearing.
He was dragged to court by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission on an eleven-count charge for his alleged connection to advance fee fraud popularly called ‘Yahoo Yahoo’, cybercrime, possession of counterfeit cards and conspiracy to obtain gain.
Afro-pop star Ashleye Scarlette is back with one of her most vulnerable releases to date. Out on Tuesday (May 27), “Nikuamini” is a standalone single from the singer based on her personal experiences.
The new track, her first of 2019, is an impactful dance-tinged ballad that puts the emphasis on Ashleye Scarlett’s expressive vocal tone as she flits between airy breathiness and powerful, sweeping belts. Lyrically, the song relays the artist’s sense of assurance and focuses on a relationship that might end in sorrow despite her putting her trust in it — “Nifanye Nikuamini,” she sings — and shares how the singer wanted to hold onto it even though she knows that it was something she needed to turn away from.
A deep Afro-pop track, “Nikuamini” is a tempo-shifting dance song that puts the focus on her synergy as a vocalist. It seamlessly flits between the breezy tones of the vocalist and her gruffer deliveries to create a vibrant soundscape soaring with shimmering synths and groovy beats.
The music video for the song bring even more focus on the theme as portrayed in the lyrics with the director capturing scenes of the singer having a conversation with the said lover then back solely onto the star, doing away with the flash and flare often associated with the world of pop and instead pans over the normal union of a couple in argument.
Watch the music video for the new song “Nikuamini” below
World first talking drummer, Aralola Olumuyiwa Apake popularly known as Ara, in an interview with Sahara TV recounted her seven years of slavery and torture in the hands of her former manager Otunba Wale Akinboboye.
Ara who is known for playing the Yoruba drum called “Gan Gan” said that she wished she listened to her parent before signing her contract with the said management company of Otunba Wale.
“I feel and I know that if I had a Don Jazzy in my life when my career as Ara started I wouldn’t be where I am today my career would have grown bigger. I was abused, I was violated I was robbed and I am trying to be nice with my words and I am trying not to cry because it is actually very emotional for me.
“Those seven years of my life I can’t get them back even if I was to go to court and sue him it can’t get those years I labored for the Ara brand I can’t get them back. Mine was a really bitter story I smiled through the tears through the abuse every form of abuse you can imagine I went through it in the hands of my former manager. His name is Otunba Wale Akinboboye. He took advantage in every way, my dad God bless his soul was my first manager. I didn’t go into entertainment out of hunger it was out of passion.” She said
Nigerian singer, Zlatan Ibile is still feeling the effect of his arrest by Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, as he had to plead with event organizers in Agbor, Delta State before he was allowed to perform.
Zlatan who was arrested alongside Nigerian rapper, Afeez Fashola aka Naira Marley on what the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission described as ‘connection to advance fee fraud popularly called ‘Yahoo Yahoo’ was initially stopped from performing at a Children’s Day Carnival organized by actress Regina Daniels.
According to reports, the singer was not allowed to perform on the grounds that he was arrested by the anti-graft agency and over his alleged links to cybercrime and the possible negative impression it might create on the children present at the event.
In a video online, Zlatan could be seen pleading with one of the organizers to grant him clearance to perform.
It took the interference of Ned Nwoko, Regina Daniels husband and her mother before he was finally allowed to perform.
Falz has undeniably become one of Africa’s greatest musicians, in fact, he can be tagged the king of Nigerian music king of advocacy. A title Fela owned for a long time.
He is not just an international Music Icon, he has become a voice to be reckoned with, highlighting on issues that affect Nigerians and we’re so here for it.
From his comical style to centre stage, Falz always has people talking.
His bittersweet music is world renowned and has inspired uproars. Falz’s musical composition and motivational oratory like Fela’s has helped him deliver great music while communicating important and most times controversial messages.
Falz will be hosting over 6,000 fans to a second edition of his critically acclaimed concert, The Falz Experience.
Here are five songs we’d like to see Falz perform at the concert:
Bad Baddo Baddest
What songs would you want Falz to perform on stage this year?
Make sure you’re at the venue to be sure you guessed right!
Tickets to The Falz Experience II can be purchased at NairaBox, Ariiyatickets & Afritickets.
For a brief moment, fans of Nigerian music twin sensation Psquare thought the singers were back together when they saw pictures of them together on a flyer for a show in Angola.
The flyer for the show themed “Feast Beach” which showed Peter and his brother Paul dressed in native attires was organised by an Angola events company named PubFourevents.
Peter Okoye,however, took to his Instagram handle today to distance himself from the show which set to hold in Angola on the 26th of May and even threatened to sue organises of the show.
Findings by Sahara Reporters show that Paul was the one contracted to perform at the said event as a post on his Instagram handle showed him arriving in Angola some few hours ago.
Alongside a picture of the flyer and that of Paul arriving in Angola, Peter wrote on: “Na Wa o! So they needed my image to sell their show Angola. @pubfoureventos you’ll be hearing from my lawyers soon. #UnaDonFindMyTrouble.”
It will be recalled that the group Psguare went separate ways in September 2017 after several efforts by top entertainers in the music industry to find amicable settlement to the continuous disagreement between the singing duo hit a brick wall.
Nigerian Musician, Naira Marley, who was arrested and detained by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has arrived the Federal High Court In Ikoyi for the commencement of proceedings against him filed by the EFCC.
Naira Marley was arrested in connection with advance fee fraud polpularly called ‘yahoo yahoo’.
Since news broke about the arrest of Nigerian singer Azeez Fashola better known as Naira Marley several Nigerians and celebrities alike have given their opinions and reactions to his arrest but Nigerian Singer Simi who Naira Marley had earlier accused her of snubbing him at an event had chosen to stay quiet.
Before his arrest, Naira Marley had taken to his Instagram handle to call out Simi for allegedly snubbing him at an event over his stance on cybercrime. “@symplysimi I saw u at d homecoming last night, u look sad & upset.. why? Am I a yahoo boy?” he wrote alongside a picture of him on April 22.
In an interview with Beat FM, Simi used to opportunity to clear the air saying “”To be honest with you, I have zero issues with Naira Marley, I don’t have anything against him, he is not my enemy. We are not friends, we are not enemies. I saw him coming, we did not make eyes contacts, he did not talk to me, I did not talk to him. It is funny because he didn’t do anything to me, he did not directly disrespect me…he is not the first person that would say what he is saying.”
“I’m not a stupid person, I’m not going to antagonize you because I’m not dumb. I like to mind my business. Probably he saw something and said something else. But he never spoke to me, he didn’t approach me and I saw that and I said whatever makes you happy. And for me I’m a big picture person, I look at the big picture and if you are not in the picture, I’m not going to stress myself.”
Yesterday, during a questions and answer section on her Instagram page Simi finally gave her reaction to the arrest of Naira Marley. “You happy Naira Marley is arrested yea?” one of her fans asked. She replied “No”.