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6th AFRIMA HEADS TO REPUBLIC OF GUINEA?

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***As Conakry hosts African Union stakeholders’ meeting

***Conakry also like to host the award-Music Pundits

The withdrawal of the hosting right of the sixth edition of Africa’s biggest music award AFRIMA from Ghana has left questions about who will host the fiesta this year.

Recently, the International Committee of the All Africa Music Awards, (AFRIMA) announced the withdrawal of Ghana’s hosting right explaining that the decision was taken due to the country’s inability to meet up with  financial and contractual obligations.

Since the announcement, music pundits  have been analysing the likely host nation.

Nigeria being the originating country of the award has been touted as the supposed host with a 9.0 vote. However, Guinea has been credited by music pundits as the most likely country to host the award with a vote of 9.5.

Recall that officials of the African Union Commission (AUC) and members of the International Committee of the All Africa Music Awards (AFRIMA) were hosted by the government and people of the Republic of Guinea during the African Union Stakeholders’ meeting which held between Thursday, June 13 and Saturday, June 15, 2019 in Conakry.

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During the visit, Monsieur Fodeba Isto Keira, the Secretary General/Permanent Secretary who spoke on behalf  of the ministry express happiness that the AU and AFRIMA visited the Republic of Guinea for the purpose of entrenching the values and opportunities in the culture and creative industry in Africa. He pledged the support of the government and people of Republic of Guinea to the AFRIMA initiative.

Stakeholders of the award also propagated the idea and objectives of AFRIMA in line with the AU Agenda 2063, Charter for African Cultural Renaissance and the Plan of Action on Cultural and Creative Industries.

Though the idea for the meeting was to  get the Charter for African Cultural Renaissance ratified among Pan African countries, alongside promoting the AFRIMA objectives and its programme of events for the 6th edition which commenced on May 10, 2019 and culminates in the main events in November, speculations are that Guinea might just be the destination of the award.

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Meanwhile, the International Committee of AFRIMA has said it is working to determine a new host country for the 6th edition of the annual All Africa Music Awards AFRIMA and this will be announced in August.

The 6th edition of AFRIMA is a four-day packed full of exhilarating activities scheduled to hold in November.

AFRIMA, is described as a music property that recognises and rewards the work and talent of a myriad of African artists from the old to the new generation of musicians.

The award has received 8,157 songs/videos on its online portal as entry submission closed at 1159 hour (WAT) on Friday, August 2, 2019.

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Harrysong Speaks Collaboration With KCee

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Alterplate Records lead singer, Harrysong, has revealed that a collaborative music effort between him and former label mate KCee cannot be pre-planned.

The ‘Isioma’ singer revealed this during an exclusive chat with Juke Box, adding that this was despite his brotherly relationship with both Kcee and his brother E-money.

“Things like that are not pre-planned,” Harrysong said when asked if his fans can expect a fresh collaboration between him and KCcee in the nearest future.

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Recall that Harrysong used to be signed to E-money-owned Five Star Music, but he left the label in 2018.

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Saheed Osupa Concede Mayegun Title To Wasiu Ayinde

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The leadership of the Fuji music industry has been in contention for a while.

However, it took a different shape Wasiu Ayinde Marshall was to be installed as the Mayegun of Fuji music.

Gossips went into town with talks that K1 had hijacked the titled from it’s original owner, Osupa Saheed.

The speculation thus gave birth to bad blood between fans of both musicians.

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Osupa as Saheed Osupa is aptly called has however rested such speculations with a recent courtesy visit to the new Mayegun of Yoruba land.

An unceremonial visit, very few of his friends knew of the visit, as they only found out when he shared pictures on his Instagram page.

The singer posted some photos and videos of his visit on his official Instagram page, accompanied with a caption that got some of his followers talking.

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Osupa in his caption congratulated his colleague and noted that: “Education is the ability to listen to almost anything without losing your temper or your self-confidence.”

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Burna Boy Moves Into Lekki Home

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“Ye” singer, Burna Boy, has moved into the Lekki area of Lagos State.

Burna Boy acquired a massive eight-bedroom property worth millions of Naira, and it is set to become his new home.

Photos and videos of the property have surfaced on social media with the popular singer seen chilling inside the property.

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He unveiled the massive property a few weeks after he showed off a Ferrari believed to be worth about N100m.

Since photos of the property found their way online, fans have been congratulating him.

Burma Boy real name Damini Ogulu has been on a roll in while picking awards and performing top show both in Nigeria and abroad.

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The singer recently announced a tour of several nations that will see him performing in France, Italy,  Demark among other cities.

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