One Blood is a track off Cynthia Morgan’s upcoming mixtape. The song was originally done by American popular rapper “The game”. One Blood was recorded a while back and due to popular demand a video was shot. One Blood once again introduces Cynthia into the Rap/Hip Hop world.
She intends to drop several songs and videos some time this year.
Here is a brand new single from Timaya called “Shukuli”, its another well composed dance hall music that will make you move at some point. Its confirmed that Timaya is shooting videos for some of his songs, so be on the look-out for them soon. Check out this new tune, download and share with friends…
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“Wizolingo” happens to be the official single from Wizboyy’s forthcoming album titled “TESTIMONEY” which is scheduled to be released soon. For those that are lovers of quality African high-life tune, here is another one you wouldn’t want to miss. It was also produced by Wizboyy. Mad tune!
This happens to be one of my best songs in a very long time! Thumbs up Mosa for this wonderful track. Listen and share with friends.
Having grown up and lived in the UK most of his life, he graduated from the prestigious SAE Institute, London in 2006. He began shuttling between London and Lagos right after, working on a variety of projects with artists home and abroad. He recently made a final move back to Nigeria.
Now, MOSA is adding the title Singer/Songwriter to his name as he pours out his soul on his hot new single #Illjustsayit (I Love You) just in time for the Valentine season. He says “The song is a Valentine’s day present to anyone who’s ever fallen in love with a friend. I’ve got a library of great songs I’m releasing in the near future, but this one’s is a gift to lovers.”
A special valentine joint from Kelly Hansome titled “Ome Nwanne.” Now this is what I call classic high-life music. Check on it and share with friends.
In honor of Valentine’s Day, Kelly Hansome has decided to follow up the internationally acclaimed Africa Unite with Ome Nwanne. Ome Nwanne was produced, written, and performed by him for Uglybeatz.Performed in Kelly Hansome’s native Igbo tongue, Ome Nwanne, allows the audience fully understand the profound underlying meanings hidden in each verse. It speaks to the heart of every human being who has ever had the opportunity to help his fellow ‘brother’ as well as be on the receiving end of aid.
Ome Nwanne, which is personal in nature, is also used as a medium for Kelly Hansome to show a debt of gratitude to those he calls his ‘brothers and sisters;’ those who he has had the fortunate occasion to cross paths with not only in the entertainment industry, but generally.
On this Valentine’s Day, take time to remember those who have had an impact in your life and those whose lives you have had the occasion to impact. Everyday creates a new opportunity to feed the hungry, clothe the naked, provide shelter for the homeless, or educate children; which are the primary objectives of the Kelly Hansome Foundation. We are all blessed in our given ways, but it is our willingness and ability to bless others which determines our greatness.
This is the story of a young boy whose parents were murdered during 2002 riots in Kaduna. He was aged 11 years at the time. His parents, Mr Austine and Mrs Josephine Moses, were missionaries until they met their untimely death. The boy left his house to play football but returned home to see that all his parents had labored for had been razed down and he would never see his mother and father again.
He was taken to London by his uncle almost immediately after the incident. While in London, he began deploying his football skills. Though his parents were murdered, his passion for football was never killed. He played football for his school and later for a local Tandrige League club until Crystal Palace FC approached him. From that point, his career progressed in leaps and bounds.
This player played for England’s under 16, 17, 19 and 21 teams between 2005 and 2010 scoring 11 goals for England during this period. He later moved to Wigan Athletic and now he plays for Chelsea. This footballer is called VICTOR MOSES.
His story is a touching one, I share his pains. I also share his courage. He had a choice not to step into Nigeria again but he didn’t take that option. When the call to serve his fatherland came, Moses dumped England and embraced Nigeria… That is patriotism!
Today, we see a Victor Moses bringing joy to every Nigerian including those who may have inspired his parent’s death… That is Love!
On Sunday, Moses would stand for the National Anthem and pledge allegiance to a country that couldn’t defend his parents… That is faith!
Moses would deliver the “African Cup of Nations” trophy to Nigeria not minding what had happened in the past… That is forgiveness! Moses rose through bitterness and despair to the limelight of hope and courage.
He never gave up on his country. He persevered…That is purpose!
If someone like Victor Moses, despite the bitter past, never gave up on Nigeria, then why should we.