Cameroonian Afro-pop and RnB singer Steve’Slil presents his new video ‘Diana’ directed by Didiblaise and Filmed by Dr Nkeng Stephens. The video portrays how matrimonial love can be devoured by the fangs of jealousy and covetousness. Quite an intriguing African tale to savour.
Steve’Slil has the killer instinct to enter into the hall of fame of reputable urban music acts in Africa. His musical prowess and versatility to effortless switch from one genre to another is breathtaking . After releasing a phenomenal singles “Ebangha” and “I cut you cafe”, the Cameroonian sultry R&B/Afro-pop songster has gamely resurfaced with a life-enhancing love and marriage story incorporated in a soul-searching song titled “Diana” . He describes “Diana” as a musical marriage between post- independence highlife music and contemporary Afro-pop harmony. In essence, “Diana” embodies the traditional harmonic rhythm which could be dubbed “Palm wine music” , married with western instruments. “Diana” incarnates the folkloric tone popularly chanted during the post-independence era. The song is an expression of love and appreciation to God (Eta Mandem , thank you …) for giving a beautiful wife who deserves all the sacrifices a man can make give , just to make her happy; “na with you I go fly , America, Europe, Africa , to Asia coz you be my baby” . Steveslil’s vocal timbre and delivery perfectly gives the groove the song deserves. The song was produced by the legendary Emil Ngumbah.
Mic Monsta’s lyrical dexterity has caught the attention of music lovers. His skillful use of metaphors in his songs make him outstanding . “Fear” is his first tune under Kreef Entertainment imprint . The thumping rap tune comes with a well-crafted video by Dr Nkeng. Let’s enjoy creativity at it’s acme.
One Touch Ent. frontline artist Makon created an amazing impact following the release of his official deby single “Halla ya matta”. He garnered a massive following and credibility. The Afro-pop star joined forces with “Babaah” beatmaker Winney to churn out a huge tune titled “Nsongo”. After much anticipation , the visuals have been unveiled directed by Mr Adrenaline. Quite entertaining !
The 2016 edition of the Cameroon Film Festival will hold in Buea-South West Regional Capital from the 25th-th of April 2016 under the patronage of the Minister of Arts and Culture and supported by the US Embassy in Cameroon.
The Cameroon International Film Festival (CAMIFF)is put forward as an event that will showcase and present a complete immersion into the world of film making with participation from actors, directors, scriptwriters, cinematographers, sound engineers, editors, light engineers, students, equipment manufacturers and media.
The festival will feature a series of workshops and training opportunities to raise the standards of the local industry; networking events such as the film and equipment market wherein partnerships are encouraged through development of content trade channels; and a film programme that will screen various films over ?
Cameroon International Film Festival deliberately will commit to the ideals of empowerment, therefore will engage the local industry with a bid to deepen filmmaking culture in Cameroun and develop local talents through training and exposure.
Cameroon International Film Festival will provide an artistic platform through film culture that will engage people in and attract business interests essential to create wealth in the local economy. Hopefully we will inspire young Cameroonians to engage in positive creative activity; provide entertainment and tell our stories for the enjoyment and enriching of life.
Cameroon International Film Festival will in Five years strive to achieve the a landmark as the biggest Film festival in the world as well as write itself into the international film calendar as a great showcase that takes place every year in Cameroon.
Cameroon International Film Festival (CAMIFF) aims to:
Help develop the local film industry to a level where Cameroon films will compete favorably internationally.
Provide a growth opportunity for local Film Industry professionals to eventually export their products to the World.
Facilitate access to investors, equipment and technical skill acquisition through by engaging foreign experts to contribute and help us build capacity locally.
Explore partnership with international festivals and counterparts to ensure quality, expertise and global standards access the local industry, accelerating its development..
Six days and six nights of cutting edge independent films, panels and parties. CAMIFF celebrates the art of filmmaking, helps support a community of artists and showcases Cameroon as an entertainment and travel destination. A film festival by filmmakers for filmmakers. 25th to 30th April 2016 in Buea, Cameroon @ the Mountain Hotel
Maahlox garnered massive success following the release his hit song “Ca sort comme ca sort” produced by I.V.O. Music pundits could perceive similarities with “Coller la petite” by Franko. That however went unnoticed by the public.
His new tune “Tuer pour tuer”, which is already getting tremendous airplay and affection has also being despised for being plagiarized , a breach of intellectual property.
“Tuer pour tuer ” is apparently a derivative work from ” l’eau par mes narines” by the Ivorian rap group Bop De Narr. Both instrumentals have clear similarities. It’s perceptible that Maahlox copied from Bop de Narr.
Stypak Samo took Cameroon music scene by storm when he released “Shimami” , a world-class song with sweet sounding melody. After a long period of silence , he’s back with another edifying piece titled “Woyo hoo”. The visuals are impeccable. DIRECTED by KS Empire.
Dreamzline Ent. prodigy July dropped a well-crafted and catchy club tune titled “Skido“. The much-awaited video has been released laced with new and unique dance moves. The video was directed by Mosima P.