Rosemary unveils debut album at night of worship concert
Gospel singer, Rosemary Tony-Ayoko, fondly called Rosemary, on Sunday, April 9, unveiled her debut album titled, That I May Know Him, at a concert tagged, Night Of Worship, at The Dome, Glory Christian Ministries, Ijesha Tedo, Surulere, Lagos.
How captain ‘Nipple’ Efe sailed to stardom
The Big Brother Nigeria (BBNaija) show may have ended, but the buzz it created, particularly in the social media space, with high level of engagement, voting and followership among Nigerians, especially youths, lingers.
‘I believe in teamwork, it promotes professionalism’
It was definitely not an easy task, we wanted to produce a good show and you can’t do that without getting great actors who can deliver top-notch acting.
Miss Mama Africa competition dazzled Chinese audience
The 2017 Miss Mama Africa, sponsored by the Africa's pay-TV operator StarTimes, was recently held in Beijing with 11 African beauties competing for the crown.
Recording studio to cater for young talented musicians opens in Lagos
With the opening of Arojah Audio Visual Digital Studio, Nigerian musicians and upcoming artistes can now heave a sign of relief. The studio, according to the visioner is open to all musicians, music producers and singers...
'So You Wanna Get Married' is very real, there is no holding back - Sijuade
Dolapo Sijuade is not new to the entertainment industry; in line with broadening her horizons, she recently launched a talk show on Youtube.
Joke Silva, Kalu Ikeagwu, Rita Dominic star in ‘Light In The Dark’
Domestic violence issue no doubt is gaining more attention by the day in the public space, even as film makers are harping on the subject to drive home the ills of the matter.
From Zlatan, Omoge, a new tune for African ladies
Indigenous rapper, Omoniyi Temidayo, well known as Zlatan, has dropped another hit single, titled, Omoge, and featuring self-proclaimed music Taliban, Oritse Femi.The former winner of Airtel One Mic Talent Show, now Coded Records Entertainment artiste,....
I pursued my acting career while maintaining my daily job — Somkele
Though Delta State-born Somekelechukwu Iyamah Idhalama kicked off her acting career in 2012 with her first feature film, DreamWalker, directed by Neville Ossai, she gained recognition through the web-based TV series, Gidi-Up as a supporting actress.