Thursday, 21st September 2023

The Lion King: The Gift

Shatta Wale and Jackie
3 Aug 2020
Ghanaian musician Shatta Wale has slammed a Metro TV presenter for negative comments about his feature with international music star Beyoncé. Shatta Wale who was one of the African artistes that Beyonce featured on her "Lion King" The Gift" album recently featured on the music video for the song, Already. A video that surfaced online sees the…
25 Apr 2020
Nigerian singer Niniola has come a long way from the aspiring star that competed on music reality show Project Fame many years ago. Not only has she established herself as a music force in the Nigerian music industry, but she has also amassed enough hit songs and followership to earn herself a seat at the…
Burna Boy
23 Jul 2019
Nigerian Afro-fusion singer Dammy Ogulu, popularly known as Burna Boy is set to appear on Jimmy Kimmel Live! This was disclosed by entertainment consultant, Bizzle Osikoya who posted on his twitter page that the "Ye" singer would feature on the American nightly show: This is coming days after his solo feature on Beyonce's album, The…
23 Jul 2019
Ghanaian music star,  Shatta Wale who is one of the African artistes to get a feature on the Lion King inspired album, "The Lion King: The Gift" curated by Beyonce is still basking in the glory of the much-talked-about feature. The dancehall artiste while speaking during an interview has compared his voice on the track, "Already"…
21 Jul 2019
Jaw-dropping drama was served hot this week. From exciting discoveries to heart-wrenching conversations and impressionable revelations, the lessons learned this week will cause many to re-evaluate their decisions. Here is a rundown of what happened this week: Wizkid’s many problems It is no news that Nigerian Afro-pop superstar, Wizkid (Ayodeji Ibrahim Balogun), is often described…
19 Jul 2019
The wait is over as the Lion Queen herself, Beyoncé's curated album, "The Lion King: The Gift" has been released. The 14-track album is an ode to Disney’s live-action remake of the 1994 animated classic, The Lion King. Beyonce serves as the album’s executive producer and she had tracks that feature prominent music stars and Africa's most…
Shatta Wale, Beyonce and Sarkodie
18 Jul 2019
We recently reported that Ghanaian music star, Shatta Wale is one of the African artistes to get a feature on the Lion King inspired album, "The Lion King: The Gift" curated by international mega superstar songstress, Beyonce. The album is set for release on Friday, the 18th of July and from the tracklist released already,…
16 Jul 2019
Mega superstar singer and actress, Beyonce has revealed the track list for her new Lion King-inspired album The Lion King: The Gift. The album boasts of several African stars like Wizkid, Yemi Alade, Tiwa Savage, Shatta Wale, Burna Boy, Mr Eazi, Moonchild Sanely, Tekno among some other international stars. The multiple Grammy award-winning songstress while discussing…


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