Sampson Monday Sampson also known as P. Sam-Sam, a born Akwa Ibomite, gospel singer , song writer, music lover. who started his pursuit of his music passion right from ‘9’. P. sam-sam is a God lover, People lover and a revivalist. His passion for prayers makes him always want to see the move of God. this is the reason people called him prayer machine. The song mountain can be moved is to help people boost their faith.
Oluwakayode Junior Balogun popularly known as Barry Jhay presents a brand new single titled “Don Pablo” produced by Drey Beatz.
The Cash Nation star, Barry Jhay was introduced into the music industry with his debut single “Aiye” which turn out to be a big deal as it gain the new act lots of attention. Barry Jhay recently got featured on ‘Kpakujemu‘ alongside Olamide, Starboy Terri and YBNL young star, Lyta and the young talent delivered a dope line if not the best.
Listen to Barry Jhay – “Don Pablo” and share your thoughts
Klever Jay comes in strong on this brand new single ‘Legal Tender‘ as he teams up with Irapada crooner Junior Boy.
After Klever Jay‘s last release ‘Nene‘ about three months ago the veteran singer joins effort with the street newbies, Junior Boy to serve us with this dope jam ‘Legal Tender’ producer by his regular producer Shockerbeat. The Agege Boyz are taking it high as they sure know how to dominate the street.
‘Legal Tender’ will surely hit you just like ‘Irapada’. Enjoy below
Sensational indigenous rapper Zoro is out to thrill us again with his latest music release titled ‘Halleluyah‘. This comes after previously successful singles like ‘Stainless’, ‘One On One’, ‘Upandan’ etc.
As we approach the end of year festivities Zoro puts out this gospel tune to get us dancing and praising God towards the end of the year.
Listen, enjoy Zoro – Halleluyah below. Remember to keep sharing!
Baseline Music presents the official music video for Aramide last single ‘Fall On Them‘ featuring Timaya, produced by SizzlePro
‘Fall On Them’ is Aramide’s second song since her Headies win where ‘Funmi Lowo’ won the Best Alternative Song award.
Aramide has been touring countries, performing at festivals, gradually cementing her name on the international map. She recently made history as the first Nigerian artiste to perform at the Upstream Music Festival in Seattle, June this year.
The visual for the gospel sound ‘Fall On Them’ was Shot in Lagos, Nigeria and Directed by Bash Em.
Watch and Enjoy the visual below
Aramide ft. Timaya - Fall On Them [Official Video] - YouTube
Alapomeji Ancestral Records presents the official music video for 9ice latest single “Mercy“.
Ancestor – 9ice takes us back memory lane as he reflects on his music career from days of Gongo Aso, ‘Gbamu Gbamu’, to his various albums like ‘ID Cabasa’, ‘GRA’, Living Things among others on this captivating visual as he keeps seeking for God’s Mercy to continue his journey.
The captivating visuals was directed by Clarence Peters of Capital Dreams.
Fuji-Pop star, Destiny Boy presents a brand new banger titled “Fala Folo” as he links up with street hit producer 2T UponDeeBeatz.
Destiny Boy known for his smashing covers of hit songs comes through with this new jam ‘Fala Folo’ as he goes topnotch with his fuji-pop vibe on this fast-tempo beat. This jam will definitely make you get to the dance floor and it sure gonna take hold of the street.
Fala Folo is Destiny Boy’s second official single this year and it follow up to his first ‘Liga Li‘
The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) is to thoroughly scrutinise the auto-renewal products of Value Added Services (VAS) rendered on the platform of telecom operators in the country.
NCC is currently angry following several complaints by subscribers that the VAS operators in connection with mobile network operators (MNOs) are using the avenue to swindle users.
As such, the telecoms regulator has called for the suspension of auto renewal services till further notice.
Although VAS providers, under the aegis of Wireless Application Service Providers Association of Nigeria (WASPAN), said shutting auto-renewal service was not the solution, they requested the commission to give them some time for the complete overhaul of the system and sought the support of telecoms companies.
The commission however noted that consumers suffers the brunt of unsolicited services and agreed on the adoption of a unified VAS code for proper monitoring and sanction of erring service providers.
“Our concern is for the consumers. We need to flush out the bad service providers to allow the right people use and enjoy the system,” the commission added.
Speaking during the 1st yearly Nigeria Value Added Service (VAS) forum in Lagos, the commission tasked stakeholders on strategic partnership to drive the development and proliferation of applications that will meet the needs of consumers.
“We have issues where consumers are ripped off by forcefully subscribing to services that they did not willingly subscribe and are also renewed on such services which they do not opt in.
“What we are saying is that consumers must decide on what service to go on and at what time they want to opt out of the services. This is what we are trying to impose,” the commission stressed.
Executive Commissioner Technical Services, Nigerian Communications Commissions (NCC), Maska Ubale, noted that the commission has allocated short codes to about two hundred and thirty-three (233) VAS licenses for the provision of different 156 services and this has immensely enhanced service delivery in the Nigerian telecom industry.