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Wednesday, 21 June 2017

DOWNLOAD: Mc Galaxy – DIO (Refix)


The sekem master Mc Galaxy return with a refix for DIO and it is a banger.


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See Behind The Scene Photos From Davido X Olamide’s New Song


Yes, the streets is about to be blessed with a new jam and its coming from none other than YBNL king, Olamide and DMW boss, Davido!

The pair, who have taken to social media to let the world know about this new collaboration, also shared photos from the video which was shot in Miami.More photos below.



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DOWNLOAD: Brownny - Oshe


W.M.E and Surely Bless Entertainment which went on to rock our air waves is back and he kicks off 2017 with " oshe" listen to the rapper show case his amazing talent and punchlines in this afro fusion hip-hop number " oshe" reaffirming the pact that brownny is indeed the " oshe" on the street right now. Surely bless entertainment present the latest track " oshe" by brownny A.K.A Oshebaba this song was prod by killiertune mix and master by brownny.


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Tuesday, 20 June 2017

MUST READ: Ronaldo summoned for July 31 tax hearing

Real Madrid’s Portuguese forward Cristiano Ronaldo celebrates his second goal during the UEFA Champions League semifinal first leg football match Real Madrid CF vs Club Atletico de Madrid at the Santiago Bernabeu stadium in Madrid, on May 2, 2017.

Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo, accused of evading 14.7 million euro ($16.5m) in tax, has been summoned to appear before a judge in Spain, judicial sources told us on Tuesday.

The 32-year-old Portuguese star is facing four charges of fraud through offshore companies between 2011 and 2014.

The hearing will take place at 09:00 GMT on July 31 in a court at Pozuelo de Alarcón, in the suburbs of Madrid, according to Spanish press reports.

Prosecutors accuse Ronaldo, who is the world’s highest paid athlete according to Forbes magazine, of evading tax via two companies based in the British Virgin Islands and Ireland.

The four-time world player of the year who said last week his “conscience is clear” is threatening to leave Real Madrid over the affair.

Ronaldo is currently on duty for Portugal at the Confederations Cup in Russia which ends on July 2.
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Monday, 19 June 2017

MUST READ: Qatar demands ‘blockade’ be lifted for talks to begin

Foreign Minister of Qatar Mohammed bin Abdulrahman bin Jassim Al-Thani .

Qatar on Monday demanded neighbouring states lift their “blockade” of the emirate as a pre-condition for crisis talks, even as the United Arab Emirates warned its isolation could last years.

Foreign Minister Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdulrahman Al-Thani called measures imposed against Qatar by Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Bahrain and others “an act of aggression”.

“We have to make it very clear for everyone, negotiations must be done in a civilised way and should have a solid basis and not under pressure or under blockade,” he told reporters in Doha.

“Qatar under blockade — there is no negotiation. They have to lift the blockade,” said Sheikh Mohammed.

“Until now we didn’t see any progress about lifting the blockade, which is the pre-condition for anything to move forward.”

On June 5, Saudi Arabia and its allies cut all diplomatic ties with Qatar, pulling their ambassadors from the gas-rich emirate and giving its citizens a two-week deadline to leave their territory.

The measures also included closing Qatar’s only land border, banning its planes from using their airspace and barring Qatari nationals from transiting through their airports.

Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Egypt, Bahrain and others accuse Qatar of supporting and funding “terrorism” and of working with regional rival Iran, charges Doha firmly denies.

Asked if the ultimate aim of the Gulf countries was to enforce regime change, the foreign minister replied: “No one is in a position of imposing regime change in this country.

“Our system here is based on a consensus between the people and its ruler.”

– ‘Isolation could take years’ –
Sheikh Mohammed’s demand came as a UAE state minister warned Qatar’s diplomatic isolation could “last years”.

“We do not want to escalate, we want to isolate,” state minister for foreign affairs Anwar Gargash told journalists in Paris. “This isolation can take years.”

Gargash said that while Qatar’s rivals were “betting on time”, a solution could not be brokered until it abandoned its support for “extremist Islamists”.

“They have built a sophisticated podium for jihadism and Islamic extremism,” he said.

“They support groups linked to Al-Qaeda in Syria, Libya… and in Yemen.

“This state is weaponising jihadists and Islamists, it is using this as a weapon of influence,” he added.

Sheikh Mohammed said Qatar had not received any demands from the Gulf states or from countries seeking a diplomatic solution, including Kuwait, the United States, France and Britain, as the conflict dragged into its third week.

“Why they didn’t submit their demands yet? For us, there is no clear answer for this,” he said.

“But what we have seen until now, there is no solid ground for these demands, that’s why they didn’t submit their demands yet.”

The foreign minister said the economic impact on Qatar had so far proved to be minimal, but added: “We are not claiming we are living in a perfect condition.”

On Monday, Yousuf Mohamed al-Jaida, chief executive of the Qatar Financial Centre, said the “blockade” had put at risk business deals worth $2 billion in Arab countries that have cut ties with Doha.

– ‘Worrying crisis’ –
The Gulf political crisis has also affected countries outside the region.

“France, UK or the United States — they are strong allies of Qatar and we have a great deal of cooperation together in terms of military, defence, security, economically,” said Sheikh Mohammed.

“So a blockade on Qatar and measures being taken against Qatar in this way is affecting the interests of those countries as well, directly.”

Concern over the ongoing crisis also surfaced at a meeting of European Union foreign ministers in Luxembourg on Monday, who said “the depth of the crisis is more worrying than at any time before”.

EU foreign affairs chief Federica Mogherini called for “de-escalation” and encouraged “all Gulf countries to engage in political dialogue without pre-conditions”.

Experts fear the crisis could draw in other countries. Adding to the growing tensions, Qatar announced Monday it had begun joint military exercises with the Turkish army.

Amnesty International has flagged the humanitarian cost of the crisis, warning it was “spreading fear” across the region.

Saudi Arabia, the UAE and Bahrain had given their citizens a June 19 deadline to leave Qatar, a deadline which came into force on Monday.
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DOWNLOAD: Ice Prince – Successful


The Super Cool Cat boss Ice Prince is here with another dope single titled Successful after dropping Magic produced by Deevee.

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DOWNLOAD: Khalil Ft. Justin Bieber – Time For Bed


Here is the full song for Time For Bed interlude released previously by Khalil Featuring Season singer Justin Bieber.

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DOWNLOAD: Justin Bieber Ft. Selena Gomez – Strong


Justin Bieber join forces with Selena Gomez to present this dope jam titled Strong.

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DOWNLOAD: Justin Bieber Ft. Chris Brown – Somebody To You


Justin Bieber join forces with breezy Chris Brown to present this wavy track titled Somebody To You.

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Tuesday, 13 June 2017

MUST READ: Heavy rains, landslides kill at least 57 in Bangladesh

Bangladeshi fire fighters search for bodies after a landslide in Bandarban on June 13, 2017. Heavy monsoon rains have killed at least 46 people in southeast Bangladesh, most of them buried under landslides, authorities said on June 13. Police warned that the death toll would likely rise as emergency workers reached remote parts of the affected area, where telephone and transport links had been cut.

Heavy monsoon rains have killed at least 57 people in southeast Bangladesh, most of them buried under landslides, authorities said Tuesday.

Police warned that the death toll would likely rise as emergency workers reached remote parts of the affected area, where telephone and transport links had been cut.

“The recovery work is still going on. The death toll could rise as many areas still remained cut off,”  said by the head of the Department of Disaster Management Reaz Ahmed.

Ahmed said disaster response teams had been deployed to the affected areas to reinforce recovery work.

“We have not been able to reach many of the affected places. Once the rains are over, we’ll get a full picture of the damage and get the recovery work in full swing,” he said.

Many of the victims were from tribal communities in the remote hill district of Rangamati, close to the Indian border, where 35 people were killed when mudslides buried their homes.

“Some of them were sleeping in their houses on hillsides when the landslides occurred,” said by the district police chief Sayed Tariqul Hasan told.

“We’ve evacuated some of the affected villagers to schools and other safe places.”

Six were killed in the nearby district of Bandarban, among them three children — siblings who were buried by a landslide as they slept in their home.

Another 16 of the casualties were in the neighbouring district of Chittagong, where at least 126 people were killed when a massive landslide buried a village a decade ago.

– Evacuation orders –
The latest disaster came weeks after Cyclone Mora smashed into Bangladesh’s southeast, killing at least eight people and damaging tens of thousands of homes.

Monsoon rains in Bangladesh’s southern hill districts frequently trigger deadly landslides.

Heavy monsoon rains also pounded the capital Dhaka and the port city of Chittagong in the district of the same name, which experienced 222 millimetres of rain, disrupting traffic for hours.

Among the victims were at least four soldiers who had been sent to clear roads in Rangamati district after an earlier landslide.

Thousands of troops are stationed in Rangamati, where a tribal insurgency raged for two decades, and which still suffers sporadic violence.

“The soldiers were sent to clear roads hit by landslide in Manikchhari town when they themselves buried by a second landslide,” told by the armed forces spokesman Lieutenant Colonel Rashidul Hassan.

“Our team is working here to clear the dirt. We’ll know the full extent of the damage and casualties after they complete the work.”

Fearing further landslides, police in Chittagong ordered the evacuation of thousands of slum dwellers living at the base of hills.

In Dhaka, where traffic was severely affected by heavy rain, a ferry sank in the river Buriganga on Monday evening with an estimated 100 passengers aboard, police said.

There were reports of 10 people missing following the accident but a river police official told Us all passengers had managed to swim ashore.
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VIDEO: Partynextdoor – Colours 2


PARTYNEXTDOOR present the Official music video for Colours 2, off his recently released mixtape Colours 2.

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DOWNLOAD: Sinach – He Reigns


The Gospel female singer Sinach is here with another song titled He Reigns indeed Our God Reigns .

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