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The most talented and gorgeous actress, singer and a mother Omotola jalade Ekeinde is currently celebrating 20 years in the Nigerian movie industry (Nollywood) . She is breaking boundaries through her talent of which she is most times rewarded with several Awards and recognitions.

She was recently put on yahoo’s list of ‘ The highest-grossing movie stars you’ve probably never heard of’

Omo Sexy happens to be the only Nigerian, and African, on the list as well as being one of the two women on the list.. yahoo states below

“Hollywood stars like your Tom Cruises and your Samuel L Jacksons are ten-a-penny these days – you can’t leave the house without seeing their faces plastered on bus stops and the sides of buildings.”

Yahoo states further

“What of the actors who have achieved great success but receive no recognition for their work? Why, that bloke you were queing behind in Waitrose could have been one of these guys – the 10 highest-grossing movie stars you’ve never heard of…

Omotola Jalade Ekeinde
Total box-office: Unknown

We’ll wager not only have you not heard of Omotola Jalade Ekeinde – or ‘Omosexy’ as her fans call her – but we reckon you probably haven’t even heard of the industry she spearheads: Nollywood.
Yes, that’s Nigeria’s version Hollywood, in which Omosexy dominates – she has over 300 film credits to her name (although most go straight to video). In her homeland she’s like a cross between Oprah Winfrey and Kim Kardashian, with her own reality TV series following her and her family.
Though it’s nigh on impossible to determine what her box-office total is, given that the Nigerian film industry is mostly one that distributes through market stalls and street corners, it is estimated to be worth upwards of £320 million a year – and Omosexy is a Nollywood cornerstone”.


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The excitement has started! Omotola’s “Give and let give” in conjunction with OYEP fetes widows and orphans to food, drinks, dancing and gifts.

Omotola who is marking her 20th year anniversary in entertainment hosted the usual end of year “give and let give” where she and friends brought gift items for the less privileged amidst fun and thankfulness for a closing year and welcoming a new one.

Many of the widows from ‘Omotola’s 20 widows’ makeover’ and other widows home were full of prayers for the Star actress, her supportive husband – Captain Ekeinde and her friends and staff.

Omotola who starts her tour in Abuja on the 21st of January was very playful with the kids. She danced heartily and thanked everyone for coming. It was indeed a blessed time.



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In an interview with Encomium Magazine, Award winning actress, mother and wife Omotola Jalade Ekeinde, said that anyone who comes between a married couple deserve to be jailed because that person is robbing the couple of their joy and she said more about her marriage and marriage in general..read full story below

I think it should be a crime for anyone to come in between a couple. I feel anybody that comes between a married couple be a man or woman should go to jail. Such a person is robbing the family of their joy. To me, it is a crime that is worse than stealing another person’s property”

Speaking about what has kept her marriage going for 18 years, Omotola said

“I would say first it is the fear of God. Then the fact that the reason we do all we do or the person we are all answerable to is God. He is the one guiding us. I would not lie to you that there was no time we almost gave up on both sides but at the end of the day you know you are answerable to God for whatever you do. There fore take your worry to him. And the reason you don’t do anything stupid is because this person is not you are answerable to ultimately but God. So when God knows you depend on him that much, i think alone that helps you. Second is patience. You have to be very patient in every relationship, not just marriage. I feel very sad that a lot of people put so much pressure these days on marriages succeeding or not as if it is an alien relationship. The truth of the matter is that people fight their fathers, you fight your best friends. So why is it that you feel that you and your spouse can’t fight or quarrel?”



Speaking about her husband

“He has been supportive. He has been an angel. He is my rock of Gibraltar. I would say my husband is my fan so also my critic. Most important he has been my pillar of support. If you are doing this job, you feel like you always want to fear what somebody would feel about you. When I am talking of somebody, I mean your parent or husband, somebody that means something to you, that limits you as a creative mind. God is my witness, my husband has never for once felt anything negative about me being an actress. In 2016, we are going to celebrate 20 years of marriage. I can’t remember anytime I wanted to do anything and he kicked against it violently. I have had to travel out of the country sometimes, it may be the same day he would know. You are also aware of the sensitivity of our job, we are very disorganized often times. You know how it feels for you to tell your husband that one thing you have been pursuing for the past three months, all of a sudden, you just got a call that they have bought flight ticket for you and you are going for maybe one week. So naturally that’s just something you would say no, you can’t. But I would go and tell him and he would be like wow! He would even encourage me to go. He is very understanding and very supportive”

Speaking on if her marriage was ever threatened by her career

“The only time I would say I was worried was when the movie, The Prostitute came out and that was the first major shaking I had. It was like a kind controversy. From the movie poster to the s*x scenes, whatever in that movie that was shot after I left there was shot as if I was the one who did it. And you know Nigeria was not ready for that so there was a lot of controversy around that. So that was the only time I really worried about my marriage and to be frank and candid, until my husband told me he wasn’t bothered, then I had peace”.

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Omotola Jalade Ekeinde popularly called OMO SEXY is a Nigerian actress, singer, philanthropist, Wife, Mother and former model of an Ondo descent from Lagos, Nigeria. Since her Nollywood film debut in 1995, the leading actress has appeared in 300 films, selling millions of video copies. After receiving numerous high-profile awards, launching a music career, and amassing an enviable fan base, the press has revered the Screen Nation ‘Best Actress’ as The African Magic. She is the first African celebrity to receive over 1 million likes on her Facebook page.


Today, beyond her show business accomplishments, she is also applauded for her remarkable humanitarian efforts. Over the years, Omotola has been a pioneer in the Nollywood film industry, successfully becoming the most watched actress in Africa.

In 2013, she was honoured in Time Magazine’s list of the 100 most influential people in the world alongside Michelle Obama, Beyonce and Kate Middleton.


Come 2015, Nollywood actress Omotola Jalade-Ekeinde will celebrate her 20 years of hard work in entertainment industry. Omotola has mapped out her  plans to tour various cities around the world in celebration of her two decades in movie making.

It’s gonna be fun galore

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Ghanian actress Christabel Ekeh covers VL! Magazine December issue. The beautiful actress talks movies, fashion, lifestyle and her childhood memories.
Also in this issue, the magazine lists 10 Most Influential Nigerian Women in 2014 and the list includes Ngozi Okonjo Iweala, Oby Ezekwesili, Omotola Jalade Ekeinde, Chimamanda ngozi Adichie, ‎Genevieve Nnaji, Onyeka Onwenu, Tara durotoye, Chika Ike, Asa and Linda Ikeji
This issue also features exclusive interviews with Nollywood actor, Michael Godson, Ghana Soundcity VJ Christy Kata, Singer/Producer Choco Jay and more..


Photography: Lightville photography

Make up: Valerie Lawson

Stylist: Karenkash 

Graphics Design: etouch media consults



Yesterday we reported that Lagos State governor, Babatunde Fashola was ruled out of the APC Vice Presidential ticket for the upcoming elections. As you can guess as popular as he is, not too many people were happy about the decision by APC.

One of those people is popular actress, Omotola Jalade-Ekeinde. She took to twitter to voice her displeasure with the decision along with the fact that Donald Duke is also not running.


Well… I’m not too thrilled too. Or maybe Omosexy you can run too? Yea? Maybe?

Ashish Thakkar

The Future Awards Africa (TFAA) has announced young business leaders who are headlining its global campaign to pool 1 million young Africans to act against Ebola in Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea. The #StopEbola campaign will be led by TFAA Young Person of the Year 2013, Ashish Thakkar and Africa’s leading creative icons – Genevieve Nnaji, Omotola Jalade-Ekeinde and Paris-based Asa Elemide.


Business and social leaders across the continent have also joined up, including founder of Puku S8 Meck Khalfan, and chief executive of mobile payment company Paga, Tayo Oviosu.

The #StopEbola campaign will get young Africans to support the World Health Organization by donating social media updates and a minimum of $25 between now and the awards date via the portal www.stopebola.com. The funds go directly to the United Nations Ebola Response Fund. The Future Awards Africa holds on Sunday, 7 December 2014 at the Intercontinental Hotels in Lagos, Nigeria.

Of course, I am signed up to be a #StopEbola ambassador,” said Khalfan who was named Africa Business Leader of the Year 2013 by the Corporate Council of Africa. “It is an important cause at this time and I absolutely align that Africans need to take the lead in the efforts to stop Ebola on the continent.”

Ebola has been defeated in Nigeria,” said Nnaji who has actively supported causes including the Pink Ball against cancer. “This shows that with the will and resources it can be defeated anywhere else. We need to get involved beyond talk and beyond sympathy. As long as it remains anywhere in Africa, we are all at risk, and we can come together to stop this from happening. Join me, and join all of us now on www.stopebola.com.”

Meck Khalfan

Other influencers include Ojoma Ochai, Tu Face Idibia, Van Vicker, Joselyn Dumas, Lanre Da Silva Ajayi, Dayo Israel, Denrele, Dakore Akande, Juliet Ibrahim, Funke Akindele, Omoni Oboli, Ohimai Atafo, Joseph Benjamin, Ice Prince, MI Abaga, Omawumi, Waje, Lynxx, Yemi Adamolekun, Gbenga Sesan, Kunle Afolayan, Osas Ighodaro, Yegwa Ukpo and Kathleen Ndongmo.

To be part of the campaign, it takes just 3 easy steps:

1. Go to www.stopebola.com.
2. Click on the SHARE button and sign up to the Thunderclap campaign. Thunderclap helps ensure everyone will tweet the same #StopEbola message on November 29 at the same time. It takes just 2 minutes to sign up, and/or
3. Click on the DONATE button to donate directly to the UN’s Ebola Response Fund.

You should also put up the #StopEbola flyer on your Instagram, Facebook, Twitter and Phone DPs every day from now to 7 December. You can download the flyers on www.stopebola.com.
The Future Awards Africa 2014 is presented in partnership with Microsoft and the Tony Elumelu Foundation and is headlined by Vitafoam.

Official Media Partners are EbonyLife TV, Africa Magic, Ventures Africa, and Y! Africa. Official Online Partners are MemeBurn, BellaNaija, YNaija, Premium Times and 360nobs.

The official bloggers for 2014 are LindaIkeji, Omojuwa, LadunLiadi, Olorisupergal, Ameyaw Debrah, NigeriaNewsDesk. Country partners are Silverbird TV, Hip TV, The Cable, LadunLiadi, The Trent, Information Nigeria, News Wire Nigeria, Pulse.ng; and Buzz Partners are StyleMeAfrica, StyleVitae and OnoBello.

Cool FM is the host radio station. Channels Television is the host TV station.

For more information, visit @TFAAfrica on Twitter/Instagram or the website www.thefutureafrica.com/awards. The official hashtags for the 2014 awards are #TheFutureAwardsAfrica and #TheFutureAwards2014.


Yesterday, some Nollywood stars including Omotola were honoured by the Federal Government. Charles Novia took to his Facebook page to congratulate them and also air his thoughts on Genevieve as an actress, read below.

“Congratulations to the Nollywood recipients of the Nigerian National Awards which took place today in Abuja. Kenneth Nnebue, Joke Silva and Omotola Jalade-Ekeinde were each given National Honours by President Jonathan today.

Kenneth Nnebue is generally acknowledged as the founder of the home video industry in Nigeria which later snowballed into Nollywood. His epoch – making movie ‘Living in Bondage’ which he Executive Produced in 1992 generated the unleashing of creative spirits in Nigeria who followed his footsteps and used the affordable home video technology to exhibit their gifts.

Perhaps without Nnebue’s foray into that sector, the likes of me and thousands of others would never have found the creative leeway we used to show our talents. His award is belated though. But better late than never.

Joke Silva is an actor’s actor. A formidable screen personality and one of the most articulate thespians Nigeria has produced. She is an inspiration to millions and her award is just about a crowning glory she could ever receive from her nation. A priceless gem.

Omotola Jalade-Ekeinde is known to many. Her acting prowess is arguably in a class by itself and her being nominated as one of the world’s 100 most influential persons by TIME magazine a couple of years back must have paved the way for her present national recognition by the Federal Government. Frankly speaking, I personally think she has more depth in acting than her ‘rival’ Genevieve Nnaji. I have worked with both of them in the past and also studied their acting styles. Omotola has the gift of role immersion. She gives everything into her characters. There is an organic style of interpretation she is gifted with. Very few actors have that. She Is not a Method Actor, mind you but she has delivered roles which many method actors would give her a standing ovation for.

Genevieve, on the other hand, is a fantastic actress and a trend – setting one too. But she lacks the intrinsic ability to evolve artistically beyond her present heights in her career. That is my opinion. There is an underlying stereotype in her interpretation of her roles in many of her movies; a linear aloofness and veiled disdain at the thought of being pushed further down the exploratory lane. Of course she has an uncanny screen presence which generally veils her artistic shortcomings when it comes to acting and between her and her rivals, she comes tops on the fan base list. However, with an attitude which seems to say she has nothing more to prove, even the fans would become restless if new artistic exploits are not offered from her to which they can beat their chests.

And for fans of both actresses, this is a professional review of their acting abilities and not an attempt to rekindle old rivalries. Somehow, this post on the National Honours dove tailed into their artistry. All well and good.

Congrats to the Recipients once again.

I’m no expert but personally, I think both women are exceptional actresses hence their recognition by the Federal Government. But being a biased Genevieve Nnaji fan…I don’t agree with Charles Novi, Genevieve is a better actress. What do you think? Who is a better?

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There are few things sexier than a hot mom. With all the demands being a mother comes with these celebrity mothers have found a way to keep it hot and sexy, and in some cases even put their single colleagues to shame.

Some of them we all know about, and some you might be surprised to know about, but here are some of the hottest Nigerian celebrity mothers.



Genevieve Nnaji

Sometimes we forget that Genevieve is mother of a teenager. She makes it very easy to make us forget by how flawless and hot she looks at any given point in time. She’s not only one of the hottest mothers in Nigerian entertainment, she’s one of the hottest in Nigeria period.



Dakore Akande

Dakore Akande was a serious hottie when she got married, and has stayed a hottie after 2 children (the most recent born in February 2014). Dakore has always had a sophisticated type of look, and it works very well for her now even as a relatively more conservative woman.



Kate Henshaw

First off, Kate Henshaw looks ridiculously hot and sexy for a woman over 40, and when you throw in that she’s a also a mother it makes it even more impressive. Kate Henshaw’s body will intimidate a lot of unmarried women without children.


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Omotola Ekeinde

You check most lists of hottest women in Nigerian entertainment, and you’re bound to find Mrs Omosexy’s name on it. There’s a reason why her Omosexy name has stuck through the years. Oh yea, and did we mention that she’s a mother of 4. Yes 4. Man her husband is super lucky.




It’s W.A.J.E! Waje has gone through a transformation of sorts over the last couple of years, and she’s no officially a bonafide MILF. Yep she is. This talented singer and mother of a 15 year old is not only super sexy, but she can sing her way into anyone’s heart. *sigh… inserts One Naira*



Adaeze Yobo

This former Most Beautiful Girl In Nigeria winner, and wife of Super Eagles player Joseph Yobo has found a way to keep her hotness levels high even after her first kid. She was listed as one of the hottest soccer wives by Bleacher Report back in 2011, and we can totally see why. I mean we’re ranking her here too :)



Oluchi Orlandi

International super model, Oluchi Orlandi has been the hottest thing since sliced cheese since she was discovered at the Face of Africa contest way back in 1998. 16 years and a 3 year old son later, she’s still super hot, and looks like she hasn’t aged at all.



Toyin Lawani

Celebrity stylist and CEO Tiannah Styling, Toyin Lawani exudes swag on a very high level. She’s attractive, uniquely stylish, and has the attitude that in a very strange way is attractive to a lot of men. Oh and she’s a mom of a 10 year old daughter, but looking at her you wouldn’t be able to tell at all.



Yvonne Nwosu

This fashionista/fashion designer, and mother of a 10-year old daughter will make most lists of sexiest entertainers in Nigeria, so it only makes sense that she’s on this list of hottest celebrity moms in Nigeria. I mean look at her. From her fashion sense to her eyes, she’s got everything that any man would want.


Oh well that’s all folks. Drop a comment and let us know who you think are the hottest celebrity mothers on this list and not mentioned on this list.

Image Credits: Bellanaija.com, Sync Photos, Instagram

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Who better to use right? Dakore Akande (mother of 2) and Omotola Jalade-Ekeinde (mother of 4)

These 2 Nollywood mothers have been picked by Proctor & Gamble as the new brand ambassadors for Pampers in Nigeria. They’re currently in the process of finishing up their photo shoot for the promotional campaigns, and we should be seeing those pics all over billboards pretty soon.

Big ups to both of them. Very good look.



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Its summer time and everybody is hitting the gym, the Nollywood actress and mother of 4, shows off her toned body after a work out session doing Pilates. Her body looks AMAZING!

Go GO Girl! Omo toh SEXAY!



Omotola Jalade Ekeinde

The Central Working Committee for The Future Africa Awards & Summit (TFAAS) 2014 has today announced the media campaign for 2014.

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Ashish J. T.

Omotola Jalade-Ekeinde (Nigeria); serial entrepreneur Ashish J. Thakkar Uganda), iROKO founder Jason Njoku (Nigeria), water advocate Saran Kaba Jones (Liberia) and Red Media Africa co-founder Chude Jideonwo (Nigeria).

This follows the awards’ successful engagements annually over the past nine years including the viral ‘i am the future’ and ‘I represent Naija’ campaigns.

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Omotola Jalade Ekeinde
Chude Jideonwo
Chude Jideonwo
Jason Njoku
Jason Njoku

The 2014 edition was launched last week during the World Economic Forum on Africa, and has also been expanded to The Future Africa Awards & Summit, a 2-day ideas-fest, where the continent’s most influential leaders and institutions with portfolios on youth will gather to chart immediate action-points for expansion of jobs and opportunities, as well as good governance and citizen engagement.

Nominations end on 12 June, 2014 via the website thefutureafrica.com/awards/the-future-awards-africa-2014-nomination-form/ or via SMS on +234 802 2222 6712.

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The Future Africa Awards & Summit 2014 is supported by Microsoft, the US Consulate and the Tony Elumelu Foundation. Official Media Partners are EbonyLife TV, AfricaMagic, Ventures Africa, Bloomberg TV Africa and Y! Africa. Official Online Partners are MemeBurn, BellaNaija,
NigeriaNewsDesk and Premium Times. The official bloggers for 2014 are Omojuwa, Olorisupergal and Ameyaw. Cool FM is the host radio station. Channels Television is the host TV station.

For more information, visit @TFAAfrica on Twitter or the website www.thefutureafrica.com/awards. The official hashtags for 2014 are #ThisIsAfrica and #TFAAS2014.


Nolly Silver Screen Issue 04 May 2014 Front Cover

2014 Africa Magic Viewers’ Choice Awards Trailblazer winner, Michelle Bello headlines the May edition of Nolly Silver Screen online magazine. She speaks to Editor, Isabella Akinseye, about true love, Flower Girl and being a woman in Nollywood.

Newspaper columnist and film critic, Wilfred Okiche profiles ten Nollywood actors who have acted in English and indigenous languages in his ‘Cross Over Stars’ piece which includes Kate Henshaw, Liz Benson, Omotola Jalade-Ekeinde, Nkem Owoh and Mike Ezuruonye among others.

Also featured in this edition are interviews with Ghollywood star Eddie Watson, the creative force behind Render to Caesar, Desmond Ovbiagele and the producer of Murder at Prime Suites, Jumafor Ajogwu.
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Agina Eberechukwu’s article ‘Pornography in Nollywood: a rising trend’ explores the proliferation of X rated movies and its effect on society.

The 2014 Africa Movie Academy Awards nominations are also fully covered from photo stories to personal essay as well as the full nominations list. Also in this edition are pictures from the set of Kunle Afolayan’s upcoming feature October 1.

Phindile’s Heart (2014 Africa Movie Academy Awards nominee) and Yellow Fever (Afrinolly finalist) are reviewed by Deputy Editor, Innocent Ekejiuba while Olumuyiwa Awojide of Sodas and Pocorn gives his take on Brave. The unofficial trailer of Stephanie Linus’ upcoming feature Dry is reviewed by Isabella Akinseye.

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Get your regular dose of Nolly Silver Screen staples such as Nolly Pop Quiz, Wisdom from the Stars, DVD Releases and Vox pop in this issue.

Visit www.nollysilverscreen.com to read the magazine.

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Nollywood actor Chidi Mokeme and actress, Beverly Naya are the latest cover-stars to grace RedSheet Magazine.  Chidi Mokeme is wearing a navy blue military jacket  while Beverly Naya wears a lace camisole and a pair of black jeans topped up with a leather sleeveless jacket and green leopard print scarf around her neck.

Chidi Mokeme

Chidi Mokeme
Chidi Mokeme

The Nollywood actor tells of his untold story to fame in the film industry and rise to become of the most respected actors.

3. Chidi Mokeme with photographer Heman Obaseki

 Beverly Naya

Beverly Naya
Beverly Naya

This beautiful actress came on screen and stole alot of hearts, Beverly Naya might not be known to all, but she will soon prove herself. She speaks on her entrance into the film industry and more.


The magazine also lists 10 Most Respected and Beautiful Women in Nigeria, women that rule with beauty, brains, fame and talent. The women include Ibidun Ayayi Ighodalo, Mosunmola Abudu, Eunice Efole, Abike Dabiri Erewa, Omotola Jalade Ekeinde, Folorunsho Alakija, Diezani Allison Maduke, Genevieve Nnaji, Linda Ikeji and Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie.


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Meraiah Ekeinde


Nollywood actress, Omotola Jalade-Ekeinde is not too thrilled about stories circulating the blogosphere concerning her 14 year old daughter and how “hot and sexy” she is. Her protective motherly instincts kicked in to high gear, and you can’t blame her.

Not exactly sure why there was all that hoopla about the little girl. I mean she’s 14. With that being said, Omotola might need to have a word or 2 with all her kids as to what to expect from the media, and also some social media limitations would not be a bad idea.

Anyways check out what Omotola had to say

“Thank you to everyone who wished Meraiah a happy birthday. However, going to a 14 year old’s “private” online accts to post her pictures for public viewing is totally Inappropriate . Her father and I are horrified as parents and guardian that a minor’s picture can be paraded online as hot” ,”sexy” etc…

We know the bloggers probably meant no harm but in a world full of pedophiles and sickos every adult with morales should know where to draw the line. This was started by a lady called Kemi filani , she has since apologized and taken down content but her reckless blog post lives on.

I WILL NOT hesitate henceforth to use everything within my power to bring ANYONE to justice who does this with any of my under aged kids after “this” first time episode !

Any child under 18 should be protected by us all and if their parents/guardian haven’t given you the okay to publish information especially “private” of their child, doing so, is against the law. I hope you all understand, thanks. Omotola.”

You gotta respect it. Kudos.


Meraiah Ekeinde
Meraiah Ekeinde


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Friday people! Let’s get into the song we’ll be reviewing this week. It’s time for Two To Review.

Tekno – Dance

Raise your hand if you know exactly what Tekno is saying in this song; In any language. *Sigh* It’s kind of frustrating because the Tekno we’ve come to know is very talented, and did well to at least put some lyrics down on a song to make it listenable.

This unfortunately is not what I expected from Tekno. The Tekno of Holiday and Onyenekwu is not what is on display here.  The beat is pretty good from E-Kelly, but everything else is generic, and uninspiring.

Don’t get me wrong, I’m a Tekno fan, but I have to say this is not it. Who knows though? Enough air spins and we might hear it more.

Rating: 5/10

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Omotola Jalade Ekeinde – Barren Land

I think it’s pretty pointless right now to say Omotola should stop singing cos she’s obviously not goint to, but please if we’re going to be getting songs from her can it be of some level of quality? Please.

Interestingly Omotola’s song has more lyrical content than a lot of song out today, but the whole thing just gets lost in the noisy beat, the autotune, the uninspiring voice, and poor song quality. If this is what Omotola is going to use to inspire Africa then we really have a long way to go to be inspired.

Now I’m going to watch an Omotola movie and smile at how amazing of an actress she is, and forget I just heard this.

Rating: 3/10

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Review by Aribaba [@aribabaj]