Nigerian rapper, Speed Darlington, has accused YBNL founder, Olamide, of stealing his fashion style. Darlington says Olamide is trying too hard to own his signature style, which makes him cheap and fake.
‘I did it 1st copy copy. I lead y’all follow. Lace on top of Timberland crazy thing is you did exactly the same color if I wanted to copy I do a different color. I finished the trendy 2017 during my first show right after I inspired Diddy,” Darlington posted on his wall
Diamond Platinumz’ ex girlfriend, Zari Hassan has announced her wedding day with new boyfriend, King Bae.
Zari has said she will get married on July 18, 2019.
The mother of five, made the announcement while hosting Kenya’s self proclaimed president of single mothers Akothee who is on a business trip to South Africa.“I am officially going to get married on Nelson Mandela Day, It is going to be a beautiful thing and am hoping one day Africa will have five presidents like Nelson Mandela,” Zari said.
American superstar, Chris Brown has dropped his much awaited album entitled, Indigo.
With a slew of A-list collaborators and endless bops, Chris‘ new album has fans sending high praise his way.
Indigo marks Chris’ ninth studio album. The lengthy album consists of 30 songs as well as three bonus tracks. The crooner is known for his incredibly long track lists. His last, Heartbreak on a Full Moon, included two discs and forty tracks.
Uganda diva Irene Ntale was recently last linked to a deal with Universal records. But while the rumor was going around, she came out to say, she can never sign with any label again.
She however advises young artistes that if they are blessed enough to be signed under a record label, it is good because music is not cheap. “Recording music in studio, paying songwriters, shooting videos is very costly so if you get a label willing to sign you, take it.”
She says those that are lucky enough to have the money should not bother with record labels or risk getting exploited.
“Just have a team around you and push yourself because at the end of the day, labels look to make money from your talent so they look to exploiting you and exhausting it as much as they can to get back what they have invested,” she notes.