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October
15

 

Cameroonian actress Ayuk Tambi clinched a nomination as one the ambassadors of the maiden edition of the coveted Africa Cinematography Festival slated to hold in Lagos , Nigeria . She just attended the press conference in Lagos alongside another Cameroonian Sah Lizette Benz

 

After making an indelible impression coupled with her irresistible adroitness on prominent  award-winning movies “Life point” and “Nightfall” , Ayuk Tambi was considered eligible.

She has been reputed for her unmatched talent, dedication and commitment to impact the Cinematography industry in her country Cameroon as well as step on international exploits.

 She’s therefore encouraging Cameroonians to register to participate at the festival from November 5th-11th .  

 Participants shall witness activities  that include conferences and workshops, exhibitions, film expo, film pitching, and film production funding, will consist of directors, producer, students,  filmmaking equipment manufacturers and exhibitors. 

Registration is affordable : Pay 15000 Naira  via this account below. 

Africa Cinematography Festival Ambassadors

Speaking at the unveiling, the founding matron, Africa Cinematography Festival (ACF), Mrs. Folorunsho Alakija, described the ACF as “a roadmap into the future of the film industry cum economy” of both Nigeria and the African continent”. Mrs. Alakija noted that the ACF shares a “common optimism which speaks to our collective desire for a better future guaranteed under a system run by a new generation of stakeholders whose distinctive qualities are not primarily tied to age but rather bother on their commitment to professionalism, promotion of industry growth over selfgratification and in their ability to harness potentials to drive the economic growth of country and continent.” Mrs. Alakija also revealed that the ACF will feature training in such areas as sound production, light design and lighting, script writing, production design, make-up artistry, costume design, directing, motion and still camera, lens handling, editing and filmmaking among others.


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October
15

Big Dreams rap sensation KO-C is reputed for being one of the fastest rappers in Cameroon. After “I love you” featuring his label mate Locko, the highly  versatile artist has dropped a new tune titled “Bollo c’est bollo” produced by DJ Kriss. The song depicts how hard work leads to success.

Video directed by Dr Nkeng Stephens and Ngongang .

Enjoy !


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October
14

Cameroonian rap diva Mihney has publicly announced that she’s now officially signed to Gabon-based Label Eben . Worth-noting , she was formerly a member of Otantik Entertainment alongside Yung Time with whom she collaborated on the controversial  “Uh uh hum” . Mihney came to the spotlight when she dropped ” Depuis Quand”. 


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October
14

UK-based Cameroonian artist Julz has collaborated with gifted singer Ama Fru on a solid dancehall opus dubbed “Boom Boom”. A great tune , formidable shindig vibe . Worth-noting this club banger comes after his internationally recognized hit “Go down” . 

Enjoy ! 


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October
14

Dakwas Ent. veteran rapper Big G Baba has been making great strides with his music .

After “E di pain me” ,  “Problem dey” and a slew of critically acclaimed hits , “Tori dey” is the new song on massive rotation in clubs , TV and radio in Cameroon . 

Big G has created a street-trendy and mirthful style of delivering his lyrics which are profoundly relatable and  working positively for him.

“Tori dey”  was directed by Dr Nkeng Stephens. 

Wuna watcham ! 


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October
14

808 Nation Gospel artist and adept producer Egbe  has unveiled his long-awaited tune titled “L’amour de Jesus” (LAJ) . This melodic and edifying gospel jam comes after “Door” released some months back. The auto-produced song expresses God’s love and mercy for humanity .

Enjoy !


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October
10

Blu Nation frontline man Tzy Panchak just performed at AFRIMMA 2017 in Dallas , USA as guest. 

Few hours  after the rendition of his hit tunes “Stay with me” and “Mad 4 yur love” at Afrimma which was on playback, “Eposi” , “Clando” hitmaker Blaise B  went on Facebook to throw a shade at artists who do not master live performances , recommending them to work on their voices and stop disgracing Cameroon internationally. He later made allusion of Davido who does well in live performances despite his coarse voice. 

Considering the fact that Tzy Panchak just performed internationally , fans immediately speculated that this jab by Akwandor was targeted at Tzy.

This opened the floodgates of injurious comments by fans towards Blaise B for making such a remark instead of showing love for his fellow 237 artist . 

This is the post by Blaise B below:

Tzy Panchak felt exasperated by this remark and wasted no time to jump on the comment section to attack Blaise B. This is what he says :

Stop disgracing yourself locally Mr Voice lol , Support your own regardless . We come from a country where we struggle so much to achieve. So a lil love from you won’t kill. I love your Front and Back song. Get a positive mindset . Good luck on your AFRIMA nomination . All love bro ” 

Blaise B has replied apologising ,  saying his post wasn’t aimed at Tzy Panchak and he didn’t even know of his performance at AFRIMMA that night . 

He further went live on Facebook to debunk the allegations preaching love for Tzy Panchak’s music. 

It equally seems Blaise B is feeling hurt by Tzy’s statement “Stop disgracing yourself locally”. In the live video on his Facebook page , he promised to henceforth flaunt every achievement of his on social media both locally and internationally. 

However, it could have been a coincidence that Blaise B posted such a remark immediately after Tzy Panchak’ s first international performance. We can’t judge. 


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October
10

Calabash Music has released the visuals of the song BETTER by Wax Dey ft Mr Leo . This the first single from a new album “Final Light” that will be released this October in Cameroon by the AFRIMA- award winning singer. The inspirational urban song is not just a collaboration of Cameroonian artists – it also represents a collaboration with Cameoron’s film industry as the music video features award-winning Actors, Chifor Valery and Onyama Laura. The video is directed and shot in Limbe and Buea, Cameroon by Mr. Adrenaline.
Enjoy !


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October
5

Award-winning artist Stanley Enow has just signed a corporate contract endorsing him as brand Ambassador for Cameroon’s leading bank BICEC.

A slew of fans on social media have expressed deep concern and criticised Stanley for being indifferent regarding the Anglophone crisis that registered massive killings, abduction and torture on October 1st 2017.  

The “Adore You” crooner is currently gearing up to release his collabo with Davido.

 


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October
5

Blu Nation artist Tzy Panchak has been making waves lately after dropping a soul-searching tune “woman crush” coupled with his invitation as special guest to perform at AFRIMMA. 

Tzy Panchak is currently in the United States where he’ll be on tour. 

Unexpectedly, a campaign has sprung up on social media calling people to boycott his show and condemning the artist for not showing empathy for the Southern Cameroon struggle which saw about 100 deaths recorded on October 1st. 

Fingers have been pointing at frontline separatist Bara Mark for being responsible for that but he has come out to debunk the accusations saying he hasn’t called for any boycott , yet recommends all artists to show concern.

Read below : 

I HAVE NOT CALLED FOR ANY BOYCOTTS OF ANY ARTIST YET. THAT PHOTO IS NOT FROM ME. I HAVE RAISED CONCERNS ON OUR ARTISTS TO CONDEMN THE WANTON KILLINGS OF OUR PEOPLE AND IT IS SOMETHING EVERY ARTISTS SHOULD DO. THEY HAVE A VOICE AND MUST DO IT ESPECIALLY WHEN THAT ARTIST COMES FROM THE ENGLISH PART. WE HAVE SEEN IT IN AFRICA AND WESTERN WORLD. THE CAMEROONS CAN’T BE DIFFERENT. I HAVE ARGUED THAT OUR ARTISTS MAY NOT NECESSARILY BE A SUPPORTER OF INDEPENDENCE, FEDERALISM OR UNITY BUT CAN BE CONCERN ABOUT HUMANITY ESPECIALLY WHEN THAT TOUCHES YOUR OWN PEOPLE. ARTISTS CAN CONDEMN SITUATIONS, OFFER THEIR CONDOLENCES WITHOUT NECESSARILY TOUCHING OR INSULTING GOVERNMENT TO AVOID BEING POLITICAL. SOME OF THOSE WHO DIED MAY BE THEIR FANS. AGAIN, IT IS MY STRONG POSITION THAT ANGLOPHONE ARTISTS MUST MAKE THEIR VOICES HEAD. THERE IS MASSACRE IN SOUTHERN CAMEROONS AND NO SECTOR OF OUR NATIONAL LIFE SHOULD BE QUIET. WE CAN’T STAY QUIET WHEN MORE THAN 100 HAVE BEEN SLAUGHTERED. I WILL IN THE DAYS AHEAD COME IN OFFICIALLY ON THESE CONCERTS. I AM AT THE OBSERVING STAGE. OUR ARTIST SHOULD BE AWARE THAT IN THE DIASPORA, THE ANGLOPHONES ARE IN THEIR MAJORITY AND THEY COMMAND A LOT OF POWER AND FOLLOWING EXCEPT THEY WILL HAVE THEIR CONCERTS BEING FILLED WITH FRANCOPHONES. NGWANE HANSEL MADE A POST CONCERNING THIS SAME ISSUES AND I SHARED MY THOUGHTS ON HIS WALL. CALLING FOR BOYCOTTS AT THIS STAGE IS NOT NECESSARY BUT OUR ARTISTS MUST COME TO REASON TO UNDERSTAND THAT THEIR PEOPLE NEED THEM TO STAND WITH US AND THAT CAN BE DONE WITHOUT COMPROMISING THEIR RELATIONSHIP WITH THE GOVERNMENT THEY ARE SO MUCH AFRAID. THERE ARE ALWAYS NICE WAYS TO DRAFT STATEMENTS AS SUCH. AS FAR AS I AM CONCERN, NO ANGLOPHONE ARTIST HAS AN EXCUSE TO STAY QUIET NOW. NONE.

Mark Bareta

Some have regarded this as a publicity stunt to promote his tour.

Woman Crush by Tzy Panchak


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