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July
1

VIDEO: AMBE FT DUC Z – DBOU REMIX

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Ambe has been basking in success after releasing “Rendezvous”. He has collaborated with R&B sensation DUC Z on a massive remix of “Dbou”, the maiden single under his new Music Hustle Ent imprint. It’s a blend of benskin and modern vibes. It’s a must-watch video.


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June
29

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Cameroon’s prolific singer/songwriter returns with “Marry Me” after his last release which was about a year ago. Rexxy Baba takes his audience on a musical ride through a coloration of Njang from the North West region of Cameroon wrapped in rhythmic poetry. Pundits are already saying “Marry Me” is the love song everyone should hear especially those getting married.

Twitter: @RexxyBaba

Facebook: Rexxy Baba

Instagram: rexxybaba


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June
28

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After the monster hit “Babaah” , the hottest Cameroonian duo Featurist is back with a new tune titled “Touh mbap” featuring the “babaah” beat maker Winney. It’s a sweet sounding and danceable opus. Released under White House music imprint. Video directed by Skystar and National Dream.

Enjoy !


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June
27

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Following the reported murder of Gaelle Tatiana Meye Medjo , student of University of Yaounde II , on the night of June 22nd in Yaounde, there has been a massive proliferation of rumours that Stanley Enow and Dynastie Le Tigre are accomplices to the murder.

After thorough findings, it has been established that this is a premeditated attempt to defame Stanley Enow’s character and drag his career in the mire. The MTV award-winning artist is not a member to the suspected “Golden group” on Whatsapp and was in London when this act was taking place. He is not omnipresent. He has therefore reacted to the allegations on Social media warning all his impostors .

“Good day dear all.

Due to the increasing and reoccurring usage of my image and my name by ill intended people in an attempt to jeorpadise my career, I call on you all to be more vigilant.

I hereby confirm having only ONE Facebook artist page which is STANLEY ENOW OFFICIAL, a verified account by Facebook with the blue tick. ONE personal account which is STANLEY ENOW and which has already reached its 5000 friends limit. ALL other accounts in my name are FAKE created for ill purpose.

Information has been provided to my staff and I evidencing the use of the name STANLEY ENOW on the instant messaging mobile application, WhatsApp, in order to deform my character.

I firmly request these individuals to stop this act with immediate effect and I reserve the right to take legal action regarding any prejudice that my character might suffer.

I will like to bring to your knowledge that I am not in any way be it directly or indirectly involved in whatever controversy resulting from the fraudulent usage of my name and image.

Thank you

Stanley Enow”

“The bigger the money, the bigger the problems” was his reaction on Twitter.


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June
21

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Uprising Cameroonian born star, C E O and founder of Cash Flow Music Group, Da Charmin Prince serves the audience with the  highly anticipated visuals to his much and highly acclaimed smash debut  hit single “My Nyango” featuring his label signed artist Skidi Boy . The video was shot and directed by Yan Frame of Creativeye Productions in locations in the heart of Bangkok, Thailand and also in Buea, Cameroon. The video was edited by Dr Nkeng Stephens of Cameroon Phase Entertainment (CPE). The afro-beat mid tempo song was produced by the legendary and talented SlimBeatz of Best Music Inc. This is sure, one of the many more great and wonderful songs to get from this young talented Artist/Entrepreneur.
Da Charmin Prince and the rest of the talented Artists of Cash Flow Music Group are the new generation of stars to watch out for!
“Believe In Yourself”
Stay updated or get to contact him on;
Twitter: @dacharminprince
Facebook: Da Charmin Prince
YouTube: Da Charmin Prince
Gmail: officialdacharminprince@gmail.com
Soundcloud: soundcloud.com/dacharminprince

Manager contact:
Twitter: @princeoro
Email: princeoro@gmail.com
Tel: +447722557241

Label Management contact;
Facebook: Cash Flow Music Group
Email: contact.cashflowmusicgroup@gmail.com


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June
21

UK-based Cameroonian rapper/singer Julz just released his brand new smash hit “Bruce lee”  featuring Rawf K , Blanche and Ama Fru. The tune is an original  melange of benskin and Afro-pop. It’s indeed solid. Watch!


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June
20

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Jerry Cleo a.k.a Dj Skeeper breaks the silence by releasing his new AfroKossa Audio/Video titled “MUSIKI”. This video tries to capture the story of his life through his struggles and why you should keep believing in your dreams despite your circumstances… A classic blend of Makossa and Afrobeats sandwiched with the silent Saxophone defines the musical maturity of Jerry Cleo aka Dj Skeeper. “MUSIKI is the story of my life” says Jerry. Video directed and shot by HEFEMISTUDIOS.

Please watch and share with your friends and friends of friends…..MUSIKI!
Twitter:  @CleoJerry
Instagram: @dj_Skeeper
Facebook: DjSkeeper
Contact: Info@francorecords.com


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June
20

THE PROJECT 2015 – GOSPEL MUSIC CONTEST

Posted In: Gospel by The Administrator

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Bliss International Holdings in conjunction with G3 Studio is proudly presenting the maiden edition of “THE PROJECT “, a gospel music contest creating a platform to showcase talented youths in gospel music.

Audition Dates

BAMENDA : 3,4,5 JULY 2015

BUEA : 10, 11, 132

DOUALA: 17, 18, 19

YAOUNDE: 24, 25, 26

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Theprojectconcept@gmail.com


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June
20

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It recently rained brimstone on Twitter between the CEO of Je wanda and “Kossa moi ca” crooner Numerica. Celine Fotso takes to Twitter asking Numerica to change his PR.

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Numerica’s response was just so intriguing and hilarious.

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June
20

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On today’s edition of KANDID WITH KREEF, we have Banye aka Banso Boy. This is one very talented upcoming Camer aritist who after his hit “chorkoh”, just vanished. Kreef had to link up with him to see what the “Banso Boy” has been up to. #ReadOn …

KREEF: Heyyy Banye. How have you been?

BANYE: Been good and you? Happy we could do this.

KREEF: Me too. Thank you for taking some time out of your very busy schedule to talk to us. So what has Banye the “Banso Boy” been up to lately?

BANYE: Been hustling and learning too.

Doing a lot of music, especially recordings. A few shows here and there.

KREEF: Ok.

So I guess Banye is your real name. Why did you add the “Banso Boy”? You might be from Banso obviously but why add it to your name?

BANYE: Hahahaha.

Well, back in my Secondary School days Banso people were known for few things including our accent. It became somewhat a way of mockery so it was my way of saying I’m very proud of who i am and encouraging my fellow Banso brothers and sisters to do same.

KREEF: Awww pretty inspiring. I like that!

Is Banye signed to any record label?

BANYE: Nope. I am actually co-founder of one, which i hope to bring to prominence. But right now i am affiliated with another label but don’t wanna talk much about that yet.

KREEF: Ok that’s fine. So what inspired your first single “chorkoh”?

BANYE: Till now I can’t spot out something particular, but in my head i just wanted to make music that will make someone smile.

Like if you hear it, you see I’m tryna justify like the little dirty things we do

but will not say it like I said in the song. That’s ma view of it.

KREEF: Oh ok. I get it now.

Do you have any artists that inspired you?

BANYE: Yes. Nas, Damien Marley, Bob Marley, just to name a few.

KREEF: How can you describe your singing style?

BANYE: It’s funny because i have ventured into all genres. I’ll like to look at myself now as an artist just doing music. It could sound like anything but at the base of my rap, i want to represent Cameroon with the right message. I wanna relate to all those getting it all over the world because it’s not easy for youths to follow their dreams today.

KREEF: Absolutely.

Does Banye have any favorite Cameroonian songs at the moment?

BANYE: Yes!! There are so many to choose from. I especially like what the girls are doing. Daphne, Gasha, Ewube.

I also like what Jovi and Stanley are doing to keep the industry going and all the others too. I don’t have a favorite song.

I have to add that there are too many to have a fav, a lot is happening and i love what i see. So to me, having a favorite song is limiting lol

KREEF: True lol

Any Camer artists at the moment you will love to do a collabo with in the future?

BANYE: Yeah.

KREEF: Who?

BANYE: Gasha. I also did a remix of Daphne’s “Rastafari”. I also have songs with Mic Monsta and Jay Milly from Fluri Boys. I would like to work with Boudor too. I have several collabos I’ve been proposed but basically I’m open to collaborating with whoever is worth it.

KREEF: Awww ok.

So are we expecting any new music or album from Banye?

BANYE: Yeah. It’s been long you know. I have been recording here and there and have a load of stuff to serve the public. So far still not clear how this will be served, but if it’s taking time it is because i don’t want to do something mediocre. Even though i am eager to be out there, I’m keen to doing something worth it u know.

KREEF: Yes very true.

“Chorkoh” was a hit. You have to follow up with something worth it in order not to disappoint your fans. I get u.

BANYE: You understand 100%.

KREEF: lol yes i do.

BANYE: And it is partly because of “Chorkoh”. I try not to be influenced by that pressure, but i wanna do something that would give you the “Chorkoh” kinda effect. It could be any kind.

KREEF: OK. Well I guess this is it. For now… lol Banye thank you so much for talking to us. Do you have anything you want your fans to know? You’ve been MIA so i guess they wanna hear from you. Anything?

BANYE: Yep. I have a single for the holidays. I have so many, I’m still to decide because a lot of people are counting on me already.

I also wanna take this time to thank platforms like Kreef and others that help more people to know about me even though i have no releases for now. Thank you so much and thanks to those who have been fans from the start.

Jah bless!

KREEF: You’re very welcome and thank you too.

Stay well and we’ll be waiting for the next big hit from you.

Thank you again.

BANYE: The pleasure is mine.

Pages;

Facebook

https://www.facebook.com/ditoxicwave

Soundcloud

https://soundcloud.com/banyebansoboy

Instagram

@banyebansoboy

Twitter

@banyebansoboy

Songs

http://goo.gl/IujkT3 .

http://goo.gl/tt9V9W

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1EYZDKAlYXc

To watch BANYE’s hit “Chorkoh” please click here:

https://youtu.be/hCMF5-vGuHM


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