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Sunday, 30 April 2017


T.I just dropped a new video for “I Believe,” the intro track of his Us Or Else: A Letter To The System album. The cinematic video stars T.I in multiple roles, opening with one of his characters witnessing another black life lost in a police shooting.

The video’s strongest moment comes during the first verse, where TIP faces off against a preacher version of himself, engaging in a heated discourse that brings a new, back and forth perspective to the verse that wasn’t necessarily evident on the album version.

“I Believe” continues with sociopolitical imagery, culminating in a tense standoff between Black Lives Matter and riot police. Insert Pepsi joke here.

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MUST READ: Erdogan says ‘saddened’ by US flags with Syrian YPG

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan gestures as he gives a speech on April 28, 2017 during the Atlantic Council summit in Istanbul. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan expressed confidence he would be able to open a “new page” in troubled relations with Washington at a meeting next month with his counterpart Donald Trump.

President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Sunday said Ankara was “seriously saddened” by footage showing American military vehicles operating close to the border with Syrian Kurdish fighters Turkey sees as a terror group.

The Syrian Kurdish Peoples’ Protection Units (YPG) are seen by Washington as the most effective fighting force in the battle against jihadists in Syria.

Ankara says the fighters of the YPG are merely the Syrian branch of the Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK), who have waged an insurgency since 1984 inside Turkey that has left tens of thousands dead.

Turkish forces last week carried out air strikes on YPG positions in Syria, angering the United States and sparking days of border clashes with the Kurdish fighters.
The US sent military vehicles with American flags to the Syrian side of the frontier accompanied by YPG fighters to carry out patrols, in an apparent bid to prevent further fighting.

“Unfortunately… the presence of an American flag along with the (insignia) of a terror organisation called YPG in a convoy has seriously saddened us,” Erdogan told reporters in Istanbul before heading on a trip to India.

The difference of opinion over the YPG has cast a shadow over US-Turkish relations for some time and Erdogan is hoping for a drastic change in US policy when he meets President Donald Trump next month.

“We will bring this up when we meet Mr President on May 16,” said Erdogan.

He expressed regret that the US-YPG cooperation — which began under the former Barack Obama administration — was being continued under the new president.

“This needs to be stopped right now,” said Erdogan. “Otherwise it will continue to be a bother in the region and for us.”

“It will also bother us as two NATO countries and strategic partners,” he said.

Erdogan reaffirmed that Turkey could again bomb the YPG positions at any time it wanted.

“I said yesterday: ‘We can come unexpectedly in the night’. I really meant that. We are not going to tip off the terror groups and the Turkish Armed Forces could come at any moment.”

“Better they live in fear than we have worries,” he said.

MUST READ: Sigurdsson dents United Champions League ambitions

Swansea City’s Icelandic midfielder Gylfi Sigurdsson (2L) celebrates scoring their first goal to equalise 1-1 during the English Premier League football match between Manchester United and Swansea City at Old Trafford in Manchester, north west England, on April 30, 2017.

A sublime freekick by Icelandic international Gylfi Sigurdsson gained Premier League strugglers Swansea a deserved point in a 1-1 draw with Manchester United on Sunday, dealing a blow to the latter’s Champions League hopes.

Sigurdsson’s 10th goal of the season but first in 11 matches cancelled out veteran Wayne Rooney’s contentious penalty in time added on in the first-half when Marcus Rashford made the most out of minimal contact with ‘Swans’ goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski.

The point saw United move level on points with city rivals Manchester City but remained fifth, a place outside the automatic spots for the Champions League, because of a poorer goal difference.

It will be of little consolation to manager Jose Mourinho that it extended their unbeaten run to 25 and have not been defeated at Old Trafford since September 10th last year.
City could open up a three point gap later on Sunday as they take on second from bottom Middlesbrough whilst Arsenal too could gain ground on United if they beat title-chasing Tottenham.

Spurs, though, will be aiming to keep the pressure on table-toppers Chelsea, who have a tricky match at Everton, who are on a streak of eight successive home wins.

For Swansea — who play Everton next up — it inched them to within two points of fourth from bottom Hull with three matches remaining.

Fabianski was harshly adjudged to have brought down Rashford by referee Neil Swarbrick with the United youngster making the most of it in a half Swansea had dominated.

Rooney converted the penalty for his first goal at Old Trafford since May last year and his seventh of the season.

However, it was the English veteran’s foul on Martin Olsson that provided Sigurdsson with the opportunity which he seized brilliantly — helped also by David de Gea urging Ander Herrera to leave the post unguarded and move into the wall to leave Fernando Llorente offside.

Llorente should have added to his team-leading 12 goals this season as the game moved into time added on but with just de Gea to beat instead of heading the ball he tried to sidefoot it home and made a mess of it.

Saturday, 29 April 2017

DOWNLOAD: WizzyPro – Oh No ft. Runtown & Dr. Jazz

Talented producer, WizzyPro teams up with long time collaborator and Mad Over You crooner Runtown on this banger titled Oh No which also features Dr. Jazz.

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DOWNLOAD: Efe – Based On Logistics

The 2017 Big Brother Naija winner ‘EFE’ has just released a new single, titled ‘Based on Logistics’. These comes after his media tour roundup and greet with fans and as he also prepares to go for a home coming concert in Jos city, where he grew up.

Based on Logistics was produced by Duktor Sett.



Thursday, 27 April 2017

MUST READ: No rest for Allegri’s best at treble-chasing Juve

Juventu’s coach Massimiliano Allegri shouts during the UEFA Champions League quarter-final second leg football match FC Barcelona vs Juventus at the Camp Nou stadium in Barcelona on April 19, 2017.

Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri said he won’t rest key players for Friday’s Serie A clash at Atalanta, days before a Champions League semi-final trip to Monaco in the club’s pursuit of a historic treble.

Juve head to Atalanta with an eight-point lead on second-placed Roma and hoping to take another step towards a record sixth consecutive scudetto.

There are wider expectations that Allegri’s Serie A pacesetters can make amends for their 2015 Champions League final defeat to Barcelona by progressing all the way to, and winning this year’s final in Cardiff on June 3 — a prospect that would force a rearranged Italian Cup final with Lazio, set for June 2 in Rome.

Allegri admitted that ideally, he would like to “finish the season” on June 4.
But with Ligue 1 side Monaco flying high, he insists nothing’s won yet and the primary focus is on making sure Juve give Roma no chance of a late-season comeback.

“This blessed treble!” Allegri said as he downplayed those hopes. “Let’s concentrate on winning the title, then on the second (Champions League), and maybe also the third (Italian Cup).

“We’re closing in on the league title, we’ve yet to play the Italian Cup final and we’ve still got two more games before reaching Cardiff.

“But we’ve won nothing yet. It’s an important month and we can’t afford to give Roma any opportunity to think we’re going to slip up.”

Allegri’s men have beaten Atalanta home and away the past three seasons, including a 3-1 win in Turin earlier in the campaign, but, at the very least, should be given a fright in Bergamo, where the local “Nerazzuri” support has legendary status among Serie A fan bases.

– ‘Hats off’ –
Atalanta’s fervent black and blue army have spurred Gian Piero Gasperini’s men on to home wins over Napoli, Inter Milan and Roma this season. They currently sit fifth with a five-point lead on AC Milan as they chase a coveted place in next season’s Europa League.

Allegri conceded: “Atalanta are doing great, hats off to Gasperini and to the club for what they’ve achieved.

“They’ll be a far different side to the one we met earlier in the season. It’s crucial for their Europa League hopes, and crucial for our scudetto chances. They’re a top side, and it’s never easy to win in Bergamo.”

Allegri will mostly count on the nucleus of the lineup he intends to start away to Monaco next week.

“I need players who can get the job done in this game,” he added.

“Along with the Torino (derby), it’s one of our most crucial games. Roma can still reach 90 points, we have to claim another eight to reach 91.”

With five games remaining Roma, on 75 points, can still take a maximum of 15 points, meaning Juventus would clinch the title with 91.

Currently on 83 points, eight ahead of Roma, three wins in succession — over Atalanta, Torino then Roma, at their Stadio Olimpico home on May 14 — would take Juve’s tally to 92, enough to secure a record sixth successive scudetto for the Turin side.

AUDIO + VIDEO: Doggext – That Kind Thing

Nigeria-born Boston-based rapper Doggext (real names Jamiu Bolarinwa) who has been on a hiatus after the release of his widely accepted mixtape ‘Omo Mushin’ featuring DJ Kobe couple of years back, has returned with “That Kind Thing“.

Doggext laces rap verses on a soft feel-good afro-pop chorus. The new jam will get you groovy any day, anytime.

The video was shot in Lagos Nigeria by Unlimited LA.
Enjoy good music and vibe to the new sound.
Download, listen, watch the video #ThatKindThing!

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DOWNLOAD: OBT – Killah (Prod. By Echo)

OBT born Adigun Samson Adeyinka is a new artiste. He teams up with budding producer Echo on Killah.

Killah a blend of Raggae fusion and Afrobeat shows beyond doubt.
OBT as a brilliant artiste. Listen below, add to your playlist and keep an eye out for OBT.

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DOWNLOAD: Selebobo – Waka Waka ft. Davido

Made Men Music Group unveils a massive collaboration with the release “Waka Waka” by Selebobo featuring Davido.

Following the massive success of the Yemi Alade assisted “Conquer”; the amazing Selebobo teams up with Davido for yet another smashing single christened “Waka Waka”.

The groovy mid-tempo fits in perfectly in Selebobo’s gallery of musical masterpieces; and is a volcanic hit waiting to erupt. “Waka Waka” is available on all music stores and platforms.

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Monday, 24 April 2017

VIDEO: Burna Boy – Boshe Nlo

Nigerian reggae-dancehall singer and songwriter, Burna Boy who is currently signed to Spaceship Entertainment dishes out this quite captivating video titled Boshe Nlo.



DOWNLOAD: Nonso – Watermelon

NONSO from CrimeStory on Linda ikeji tv is popular for bringing us dead bodies and Crime scenes.
The 24 year old who was born and bred in Oshodi drops his debut single titled Watermelon, a song that poeticizes oral sex
From horrific Crime Scenes to
Aphrodisiacal music, Nonso has found his niche as an explorer of the extreme.

Download, listen and enjoy!

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MUST READ: Conte happy for Hazard to put team first

Chelsea’s Belgian midfielder Eden Hazard celebrates scoring Chelsea’s third goal during the FA Cup semi-final football match between Tottenham Hotspur and Chelsea at Wembley stadium in London on April 22, 2017.

Chelsea boss Antonio Conte wants playmaker Eden Hazard to keep putting the needs of the team ahead of his own personal glory after his starring role in the FA Cup semi-final win over Tottenham Hotspur.

The Belgium international came off the bench to inspire the Blues to a 4-2 win over London rivals Spurs at Wembley on Saturday as Premier League leaders Chelsea stayed on course for a domestic double.

Afterwards Chelsea team-mate Cesc Fabregas said Hazard was second in ability in the world game only to Barcelona great Lionel Messi and could yet get even better if he was more “selfish” and demonstrated a greater “killer instinct”.

But Conte was happy with the progress Hazard was making playing just as he is now and that the only way to become a truly great footballer was to put the team first.

“The first target for every great champion is to play for the team and to put your talent in the team,” Conte said. “I don’t think that a player like Messi is a selfish player. The best players in the world don’t exist without the team.”

The former Italy manager added: “For me, it’s sad when I listen to this, that one player must be more selfish to reach the top level. This is not my idea of football. I never will understand this. Never.

“In my team I don’t want selfish players. I prefer to lose a game, than to have a selfish player.

“I don’t want this, I can’t accept this. I don’t want my club to one day buy me a selfish player, never.”

– Title race hots up –
Conte, whose side face Arsenal in next month’s final, could win both the Premier League and the FA Cup in his first season in England.

Chelsea are four points clear of second-placed Spurs with six league games remaining.

Conte’s men, however, have lost two of their last four matches — against Crystal Palace and Manchester United — to turn what threatened to be a procession into a genuine title race.

Chelsea will look to get back to winning ways in the league when they welcome Southampton to Stamford Bridge on Tuesday.

In the meantime Conte was unsure if the FA Cup result would have an impact upon Spurs’ bid to be crowned champions of England for the first time since they did the double back in 1961.

“Honestly, I don’t know,” Conte said. “I think for us it was important this win. You reach the final in the FA Cup, a great competition. And for us it’s great.

“These are two different competitions and we have six games to go. It’s important to start this rush (of fixtures) very well, to try to keep these four points (the lead).”

Chelsea will face the Saints with midfielder N’Golo Kante having been named the Professional Footballers’ Association player of the year on Sunday.

Kante won the Premier League title with Leicester City last season and Conte said of his PFA triumph: “We must be proud for him. It’s a great achievement.”




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