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6th AFRIMA: Burna Boy, Wizkid Lead Nigerian Winners




Lovers of good music were thrilled to a night of musical bliss as the 6th edition of the All Africa Music Award (AFRIMA), climaxed on Saturday, November 23.

The award ceremony held at the Eko Convention Centre of Eko Hotels and Suites, Victoria Island, Lagos, Nigeria maxed out with a colourful show.

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The Nigerian winning contingent was led by the duo of Burna Boy and Wizkid.

Burna Boy defeated Davido, Kizz Daniel, Wizkid, King Promise, Salif Keita, Shatta Wale, Sidiki Diabate, and DJ Arafat to emerge the Best Male Artist in Western Africa with the song ‘Ye’.

Tiwa Savage walked away with the award for the Best Female Artist in West Africa category defeating Aya Nakamura, Simi, Jossey, Kanvee Adams, Teni, Manamba Kante, Yemi Alade, MzVee, and Niniola.

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The Artist of the Year in Africa category was won by Burna Boy with the song ‘Gbona’. The self-acclaimed African Giant defeated nominees such as Aminux, Daphne, Davido, Diamond Platnumz, Nasty C, Prince Kaybee, Tamer Hosny and Wizkid.

2Baba picked the award for Best Artist, Duo or Group in African Contemporary category defeating Adil Assil, Fally Ipupa, Kerozen, Kizz Daniel, Mbosso, Salatiel, Salif Keita, Sjava, Tamy Moyo and Tiwa Savage.

Best African DJ category was won by DJ Spinall who defeated Black Coffee and David Guetta, DJ Africano, DJ Maphorisa, DJ Raybel, DJ Moh Green, DJ Neptune, DJ Tunez, DJ Zinhle, and RJ The DJ.

Other winners included Nigeria’s fast-rising star, Joeboy who won the category for Best Artiste, Duo or Group in African Pop defeating stars such as Diamond Platnumz, Fireboy DML, Magasco, Mlindo the Vocalist, Rema, Skiibii, Vanessa Mdee, Wax Dey, Yann’Sine. Kel P also went home with the award for Producer of the Year in Africa. The beatmaker defeated Mace, Nasty C, Prince Kaybee, S2Kizzy, Salatiel, Sarz, Shizzi, TH Productions, and Vusi Nova.

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Wizkid capped the winnings for Nigerian artistes with the Song of the Year in Africa category. He picked the award for the category with the song titled ‘Fever’ defeating Prince Kaybee, Davido & Chris Brown, Lokote, Naseny Leh, Burna Boy, Nasty C, Tetema and Umama.

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How Majek Fashek Died***His Last Moments




Legendary Reggae music, Majek Fashek, is dead.

His death was confirmed by his longtime manager, Uzoma Omenka in the early hours of Tuesday, June 2,

Death Tale Trails Majek Fashek, Manager Speaks

He said: “What you heard is true, I will speak better later in the morning.”

In another video posted by Omenka on Majek Fashek’s official Instagram page, the manager said: “Today been having pressure calls, well it is true that the African No 1 Legendary ICON has gone to be with the LORD his Maker.

“Let celebrate him, his achievements and his family, whatever decisions made by his immediate family will be notify.
From his Manager: OMENKA Uzoma Day”.

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Majek Fashek: Concern Over-music Legends Health

Recall that Makek Fashek was last reported to be critically critically and was receiving treatment at Queen Elizabeth Hospital in England.

The singer was flown out of Nigeria on after his condition became critical.

At the hilt of his health condition, he was said to require thousands of pounds to cater for his feeding, transportation and other expenses.

During his travail, there had been reports that he was dead. However, his manager debunked the speculation.

“Majek is not dead; he is very sick and we are stranded and we need funds urgently,” his manager lamented then.

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“We want his fans to pray for him; we have been to Nigerian High Commission in the UK and they said they have no funds and it is not their duty, you can’t imagine. We even got a letter from Queen Elizabeth hospital informing the high commission about Majek’s condition but it has amounted to nothing.”

There is the believe that Majek Fashek might have died from complications from several health challenges.

Majek Fashek will be remembered for his many hit singles such as ” Spirit Love”, “Rainmaker”, ” Little “, ” Prisoner of Conscience” among others.

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Police Arrest Salawa Abeni’s Blackmailer



Salawa Abeni’s blackmailer has been arrested by men of the Rapid Response Squad (RRS).

The 19-year-old Olufowoke Oladunjiye Emmanuel, a National Diploma holder of Yaba College of Technology, Lagos was arrested for blackmailing the singer with her ”nude photos”.

YABATECH graduate arrested for blackmailing veteran singer, Salawa Abeni, with her nude photos

Recall that Salawa had taken to social media to announce that she was being blackmailed with her nude picture.

Revealing how the blackmailer was arrested, the police said that it launched an investigation into the matter when the singer came online on April 1 to raise an alarm after she had a chat with the blackmailer who told her that he has her nude photos in his possession and would release them if she fails to pay him some money.

Emmanuel who resides at Brentfield Avenue, Peace Estate, Magboro, Ogun State, was arrested by the Rapid Response Squad last week Thursday after three days of trailing him.


The suspect who is a 2017.2018 Electrical Engineering graduate from YABATECH, said he picked up a memory card containing the nude photos of the Waka Queen on the floor in YABATECH in November 2019.

After downloading the photos, he decided to contact her after getting her number on the internet.

Narrating the incident, the blackmailer said:

“On 1st of April, 2020, I chatted her up and also called her after sending a few of the photos to her online. My intention was to negotiate with her for few bucks and for me to destroy the photographs.

I thought everything was going on fine until the following day when I heard the news of the blackmail over the radio. I was with my mother. She was even cursing the blackmailer unknown to her that I was the brain behind it.

I immediately sneaked out, destroyed the memory card and threw my mobile phone and SIM card into a nearby wetland in Magboro. Since then, I never mentioned it to anyone and called Madam Salawa Abeni about it again”, he said


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Commenting on the arrest, the Lagos state Commissioner for Police, CP Hakeem Odumosu, stated that no individual would be allowed to commit a crime in Lagos from any state or escape to other states in Nigeria to evade arrest.


He advised guardians to monitor their wards, emphasizing that the internet is a fertile ground for opportunities but the State command would not allow criminals to use it as an avenue to exploit law-abiding Lagosians.

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Cynthia Morgan Lied About Jude Okoye, Music Pundits Conclude



Music Pundits

Music pundits have concluded that dancehall artiste; Cynthia Morgan lied on her former label boss, Jude Okoye to pave the way for her comeback to the music industry.

The artiste, who has been silent for a while recently resurfaced with claims that she was frustrated from the music industry by a contract, she signed with Jude Okoye’s label, Northside Inc.

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Cynthia Morgan blamed Okoye for depriving her of royalty, her stage name, social media accounts and even her Vevo account.

Reactions that have, however, trailed the situation have been mixed with Yemi Alade’s manager Taiye Aliyu taking side with Okoye and asking Cynthia Morgan to grow up.

Joy Tongo, the former manager of the musician also refuted claims about the controversial contract denying it ever existed.

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