Sunday, March 28, 2010

The 12th Annual Kennis Music Easter Fiesta

Now in its 12th year, the organizers of the Annual Kennis Music Easter Fiesta say this year’s edition will be bigger and better than previous editions.

First show...
Date: Good Friday April 2nd 2010
Venue: Lagos Oriental Hotel, Lekki, Lagos.
Fee: Ticket - VIP - N10, 000, Regular - N5, 000

Second show
Date: April 5th, 2010
Venue: Kuramo Beach, VI
Fee: N750 or purchase any Kennis CD or VCD and pay N500 at the gate.

Terry G, Banky W, Essence, Skuki, KSB, Sheyman, Omawumi and Goldie, Star Quest winners Diamonz and The Pulse, Timaya, 9ice, Eedris Abdulkareem, Lord of Ajasa, Mo’ Cheddar, Ill Bliss, Maye Hunta and K-Solo.

Alli Baba, Tee A, Gbenga Adeyinka de 1st and Julius Agwu will host activities on both dates.

Be there!!!

AY Live on Easter Sunday


Featuring - I Go Die, Seyi Law, Koffi, Gandoki, Elenu, Holy Malam, I Go Save, Klint De Drunk.
Jay Martins, Faze, 2face, MI, Jesse Jags, Terry G, Dagrin and many more.
Regular - N3,000
VIP - N6,000

VVIP - N20, 000

Mode Nine's Da Vince Mode is out!!!

Mode Nine's DA VINCI MODE is out!! Grab a copy!

Tuesday, March 23, 2010

9ice set to drop new album "Versus"

Tradition, Abolore Akande's third album, was released in December 2009 and he's already done with a follow-up, called Versus. The album features 9ice versus a different artiste on each track.

Abolore Akande has reportedly taken solace in music after his much publicised crashed marriage recently. Those who should know stated that 9ice has completed 13 tracks, which are expected to be released with the album entitled Versus.

Further investigation conducted by Klieglights showed that 9ice, who has been working on the album while he completed his current album, Tradition, worked with various Nigerian artistes from Da Grin to M.I and thus decided to title the album Versus - meaning 9ice versus other Nigerian acts. 9ice, who has been sampling some of the songs on the just concluded album, said through his manager, Ola Dehinde that the album is expected for release before the end of next month. Though it is unsure if this is as a result of the alleged low sales in the much anticipated album, Tradition, close aides said that 9ice has over 50 songs in his kitty and could afford to release three albums consistently.

Some of the tracks on Versus are "Sarafawe - 9ice Vs M.I", "Loni Ni: 9ice Vs Dagrin", "Atamatase 9ice VS Mode9".

Wale Adenuga raises the bar

One of Nigeria’s brightest producers, Mr. Wale Adenuga, is set to trigger a positive revolution in the production of quality celluloid films in the country with the acquisition of modern production equipment.

Adenuga, who has continued to dazzle television viewers across the country and beyond with such drama series like Papa Ajasco and Company, Superstory, ThisLife and Binta, My Daughter, said the days of wishy-washy film productions are over.

“There have been so much criticisms about most productions being churned out by some producers. We cannot continue to fold our arms and watch. That is why some of us have to step in to correct this,” he stated. Among the modern equipment currently acquired by Adenuga include the latest Panasonic high definition P2 camera with 35mm Redrock adapter, location monitors, Kino lights, Arri ballast lights, audio mixer, Tiffen filters, mobile cranes, among others.

As soon as the equipment, which gulped millions of naira arrived the country from the United Kingdom last week, Wale Adenuga productions hit location with the cast and crew , shooting a film, which he said will be the talk of the town.

Adenuga, who is still keeping the title of the film under wraps hinted that the story itself “is unique and we assembled top role interpreters in the acting world to give life to it.”

Wednesday, March 3, 2010

The Truth drops March 15th

The highly anticipated release of D’Crow’s debut album titled “The Truth” drops on March 15, 2010. The first single off the album, “My Birthday featuring K Solo and Max Boi “has topped many charts across the nation.

D’Crow had his primary education in Lagos state, secondary education in Federal government college Odogbolu where he finished in 2000, he then proceeded to attend Oxbridge tutorial college for his A-levels, and, then to the prestigious University of Lagos where he graduated in 2007 as a DENTIST. D’Crow’s music has been influenced by many great artistes such as Eminem, Dr Dre, Nas, Jadakiss, Majek Fashek along many others.

His upcoming debut album titled “The Truth” gives an insight into the unique lyrical ability of D’crow and features artists like C-mion, OJB Jezreel, Ibiware, Mo-cheddah and features production from industry giants like ID Cabasa, K-Solo, OJB Jezreel, Blazon etc.

To pre-order the album you can send a text to 07052114533 with your details.
Also for booking and enquires contact: +234-705 211 4533, +234-1 872 8433
D’Crow fans should expect a lot of diversity from this album. The album simply promises to be the Truth!

Let’ support one of our own!!!!

Stella Damasus resumes work

Within a few weeks of burying her father, versatile Nollywood actress, Stella Damasus, has resumed work on her much anticipated TV show, The Stella Damasus Show. At the moment, she is currently in the studio with the intention of giving her numerous fans something unique, educative and entertaining. Although Stella has over the years been known as a complete entertainer, she is set showcase another of her talent with her new television show that will debut soon. Already, recording has commenced and will hit the airwaves with the programme in a couple of months.

Tagged The Stella Damasus Show, the programme, under the stable of SDA Productions, is a variety show aimed at owning its own separate channel for both local and the international audience. It consists of various segments and spin-offs, aimed at keeping the audience motivated, inspired, educated and entertained.

“SDA Productions has been able to pull a team of unique people who are ready to put in their creativity in making The Stella Damasus Show a reality,” Stella said.

Tuesday, March 2, 2010

Jag of All Trade

Introducing the Jag of All Tradez, master of all!
“Gather round, gather round, Come listen to the sound…..”

Chocolate City Music is pleased to announce the highly anticipated release of Jesse Jagz’s debut album called “Jag of All Tradez” in March 2010.

Jesse Jagz has a production resume that reads like a Who is Who in Nigerian music, from producing the multi award winning TALK ABOUT IT album for label mate M.I, to churning out award winning hits for Mode 9 ,Banky W, Kel , Majek Fashek ,Faze, Djinee, and Shank, amongst others. In February, he won the coveted Producer of the Year trophy at The Future Awards. In 2009, he was also nominated for Producer of the Year at the Hip Hop World Awards.

Jesse has had numerous hits from Sugar Cane Baby to Bend Down Low and more recently hits like “Pump It up” and “Wetin Dey” have topped radio, TV and club charts within Nigeria and beyond. The Jag of All Tradez is the culmination of a career that has as many production credits as songwriter/lyrical accolades.

The preview of the album shall hold on the 13th of March 2010 at Tribeca, Victoria Island, Lagos and shall feature never seen before live performances by Jesse Jagz . The A-list party is by invitation only and shall feature Media VIPS, Industry stakeholders and special guests in attendance. Special appearances will include, Da Grin, D’ Prince of Mo Hits, Banky W, and of course label mates M.I and Ice Prince.

The Chocolate City train then heads out to ABUJA on the 27th March 2010 and Port Harcourt at Eddie’s Wine Bar and Lounge on the 4th of April 2010.

For further details contact: Doosuur- 08135711260 and Mickey - 08073537534
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For details contact: Doosuur : 08135711260 or Mickey: 08073537534

Modenine's Da Vince Mode

Veteran rapper MODENINE whose new album DA VINCI MODE is billed to drop on March 9th has released the track list of the album, its listed below....

1. (Black Eye Peas) Intro
2. We At It again
3. So Fly
4. Badman ft. A1
5. Black Rap Messiah
6. We Dey vex ft. Tuface Idibia
7. My Life
8. Muzik Lives
9. Whut You Want ft. Mocheddah
10. Rhyme Tight
11. Okokomaiko
12. Thinking About You
13. Tears of Pain ft Ososensi
14. Top Eleven
15. Loke ft. YQ & OD
16. Remember
17. Down ft. Blaise ,Kraft & Terry Tha Rapman
18. Tales of The Pots
19. Love Jones
20. Taking Comedy Money
21. Soul To Keep
22. Death Blow pt.2

Sade Adu returns .. sales .5m units of new CD in one week

An army of fans more than 500,000 of them went out to support Sade’s latest CD, “Soldier of Love,” giving the group their first No. 1 disc in 20 years.

Soldier of Love” sold 501,665 units in its first week, debuting on top of the Billboard 200 album charts, according to Nielsen SoundScan.

The CD is the follow-up to their Grammy-winning album “Lovers Rock,” released in 2000. The group is led by 51-year-old Sade Adu (ah-DOO’).

It’s been 10 years since her last album, a fatal hiatus for almost any other artist, but just another hibernation for a woman whose disdain for fame only deepens our fascination. Sade’s voice sounds unchanged, a unique emotional instrument that conjures visions of rain-streaked windows and windblown streets. Her topics love, loss, sorrow, strength remain the same. But her music has still moved forward.

The aggressive title track makes a bold statement, its stabbing drums continuing the bass-heavy direction of her 2000 release, “Lover’s Rock.” Some of the new album’s 10 songs are classic, smooth Sade. But there’s also a country twanger, a reggae-tinged ode to father who are not husbands, even Sade’s first uptempo number since 1992’s “Kiss of Life.”

This is only the sixth album in 25 years for Helen Folasade Adu, born in her father’s Nigeria and raised in her mother’s England. She is still working with her original three bandmates: bassist Paul Denman, guitarist and saxophonist Stuart Matthewman, and keyboardist Andrew Hale. She is still mysterious, ageless and defiant.

“I only make records when I feel I have something to say,” Sade says on her Web site. “I’m not interested in releasing music just for the sake of selling something. Sade is not a brand.”