Editorials

Articles centered about the Nigerian music pop culture & trends

Disclaimer: I started off writing this piece in a haughty and supercilious manner. I was caught up in how I was going to say what it is I want to say, as opposed to getting on with it as directly and candidly as possible. Fortunately, I brought down my...
Just like we did with the Hottest Women In Nigerian Entertainment, we're bringing the Top 10 hottest men in Nigeria as voted on by you guys the audience. The voting is coming from the original list of the 15 hottest men in Nigerian Entertainment list we chose ourselves. The...
Some few weeks back, Jaguda.com released its hottest women in the entertainment 2013, and it featured some of the beautiful women dominating the industry and leaving their various impacts on the scene. Now it is time for the men. Yes the men! This is Jaguda.com's hottest men in the...
If you have been under a rock over the past week, or so, Brymo has annouced a release date for his 3rd studio album, Merchants, Dealers and Slaves. It might come off as a bit of a surprise to some who might have thought he had faded behind the...
Before I leak this open secret, let me confirm we are on the same page by defining a Naija hit song. To avoid boring everyone with a dictionary definition, I will name a few hits and assume we all understand. Examples are Skelewu, Limpopo, Aboki, Oliver Twist, Gongo Aso,...
As we earlier stated when we dropped the 15 hottest women in Nigerian Entertainment, we'd provide the top 10 hottest women in Nigerian entertainment as voted on by you guys the readers. The results are somewhat interesting, but not entirely unexpected. We wont rewrite the summaries as we've done...
I don't use to term "friend" very lightly and I'm not the kind to boast of many friends. I'd rather have few friends whom I love and trust dearly than a battalion whom I'm not sure of. Often, people fail to distinguish between a friend and an associate, a...
So it's that time of the year again. We return with out Hottest Women in Nigerian entertainment after weeks of compilation, surveys and reviews. After the serious reviews and comments from the past 3 years (2012, 2011 ) of doing this list we've decided to add a little spice to...
To Bee Honest… Apparently, I didn't have to wait long to get a story, this would have been up yesterday but a little mischievous boy threw my internet modem away. Church and pastoral experiences in Nigeria consistently leave me bewildered and befuddled. Here’s a true story: My mum ran into one...
I was originally going to title this Nigerian Artists and Bloggers but then I realized that this trend cuts across the music genre into other celebrities but we'll mostly be discussing the artists and delve into other areas sparingly. Once upon a time, there were very few Nigerian blogs focused...
To Bee Honest… Religious officials have wayyyyy too much power and authority in Nigeria and it’s really all kinds of ridiculous. Last Saturday, I attended a wedding I’d been anticipating for months. About an hour before the wedding was to start the heavens opened, you might not know this, when it...
Nowadays, most people, except those Olamide will call “learners”, won’t fall for cheap tricks like the Black Money Scam(In which ordinary black paper is said to become money if washed with certain chemicals) or the Spanish Prisoner Scam(In which an unknown person promises to share stolen money with the...
I was just watching a youtube video of Cossy Ojiafor “grinding” Eedris Abdukareem on stage, but that was not really what caught my attention. At the show, just before bringing Cossy on stage for the seductive performance, Eedris performed “Oko Ashewo”. To put things in proper perspective Eedris Abdulkareem performed...
In my previous post, I attempted to point out the problems associated with defending someone based solely on the fact that he is a church leader. However, a lot of people who do not necessarily vindicate or defend Pastor Fatoyinbo have criticized Ese Walter for playing what they call “the...
I will make my words brief and straight to the points. My name is Gbemisola Adesuwa Abayomi, I am a Nigerian, based in the UK. Studied Music Business 101 at Berklee College of Music, Boston, USA. I work with MTV Hits UK. I felt so bad reading comments from...
Religion is not a topic I particularly like writing about. Not because I am afraid of controversial topics, but because I believe every religion or denomination is supported in blind faith by its adherents. Therefore taking them up on the the presence or absence of evidence to back up...

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