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Cameroonian R n B, Afro-pop group E-TERNAL has been passive for some time now.Rumours hold it that the value of this group was gingered by the presence of one particular singer,SQUAZ and he has gone solo.He was like the Omarion of B2K in this group.This is reminiscent of this song for Darfur.Well,he is currently in Nigeria hooking up with a gospel label that declared their intention to get him signed.We’ll be bringing to you his brand new single ”Halleluyah” subsequently.


say no to Darfur by E-ternal

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Posted In: Hip Hop, Hot Videos, NEWS by The Administrator

Nigerian rapper Oladapo Olaitan Olanipekun a.k.a DA GRIN was reported dead  yesterday ,Thursday 22nd April after a cardiac arrest at the Lagos State University Teaching Hospital (LUTH).

23 year old, Da Grin was involved in a ghastly accident during the early hours of 14th of April 2010. According to reports, his car collided with a stationary trailer (heavy duty vehicle), he sustained injuries but was rushed to the hospital.
For days after the accident, goodwill messages flowed from fans and colleagues all around the world. All were hoping that he would recover and proceed with his career.
He had just been nominated for several Hip Hop World Awards and was still billed to perform at his first international show in May 2010 but it was not to be.
NEXDIM team on behalf of Cameroonians in the entertainment industry extend hearty condolences the Da Grin‘s family and friends.

Da Grin is died  soon but his music legacy lives on.

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Posted In: Hip Hop, Hot Videos, Profile by The Administrator

Chris Muz is a Thailand-based lyricist and entertainer who hails from Awing ,North West of Cameroon.

In this new generation of instant music production he stands as an outstanding, young talented and spirit-filled person who will never let go his dreams and communication with others in different domains.All this is related to his past.

While Chris Muz’s peers create music that follows the same stereotypical trends that most baby boomers complain about as being the problems of this generation,Chris focuses on the essence of hip hop,house, techno and most importantly is the Lyrical content, and subject matter are the driving forces of any Chris Muz’s songs.

However his lyrical complexity is equally balanced with a healthy amount of gangsta swagger. Whether it be in his bass heavy track selection, or the melodic cadence or emceeing with which he delivers his striking verses, the soul of underground rap can be heard in nearly every one of the songs.
Since performing in front of a packed crowd in his high school’s auditorium, Chris’  hunger for the thrill of the show has become an almost insatiable thirst. He has performed in front of capacity crowds at Sunday school to churches, local clubs and talent competitions, In an effort to make his presence known as a force both on the stage and in the booth.

He is the owner of the Chris Muz label designing hip hop t-shirts and other urban wears.

After gaining years of Experience battling emcees, performing on stage, and writing countless songs, Chris Muz is down to take the music world by storm. Many say the repetition of Rap music in it’s current state makes them sick. Chris Muz’s Unique blend of lyrical consciousness, and gangsta rap could be just what the doctor ordered.

Get Entertained!!

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Cameroonian singer Luxland hooked up with Jamaican singer,Lady Saw in  a cool yet NexDim x-rated  dancehall track ”Tell me”. She is  known as the ”First Lady of Dancehall” , first female deejay to win a Grammy awards and a triple-platinum artist.

I’m not quite sure this is the final version of the video though.

All the best LUXLAND!!

Tell me by Luxland  feat. Lady SAW

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Posted In: NEWS, Profile, Sports by The Administrator

Cameroonian footballer George Nganyuo Elokobi was born on the 31st of  January 1986 in Mamfe. He plays for English Premier League side Wolverhampton as a defender. He is an attacking left wing back with pace and an explosive left foot when shooting.

Elokobi joined Dulwich Hamlet after arriving in England from Cameroon in 2002, before stepping up to league football with Colcester United in 2004. He did not feature for the team in his first season and was loaned toChester City for a month in early 2005. He made five appearances for Chester, including his professional debut against Swansea City on 29 January 2005. However, the spell did not go well with Chester losing all five games and Elokobi being sent off in his final appearance for the club at Shrewsbury.

The defender then returned to Layer road where he made 12 league appearances in a season that saw the club promoted from League 1. He scored his first goal in a 1–1 draw against Huddersfield on 24 September 2005.

He made a further 10 league appearances in the 2006-2007 season as the team stabilised in the championship, and went on to establish himself as a regular first team player in the early months of the following campaign. However, he was later dropped from the team for several matches, prompting him to hand in a transfer request.

This alerted fellow Championship club Wolverhampton Wanderers to sign him in a two-and-a-half year deal for an undisclosed fee on 31 January 2008.

Elokobi quickly became first-choice left-back , but his run in the side was ended when he suffered a knee-ligament injury just three games into the 2008-2009 season. The injury kept him on the sidelines until the final game of the season at home to Doncaster Rovers.

Signed to the Midlands club until Summer 2011,Elokobi made his Premier League debut as a second-half substitute at Manchester City on 22 August 2009.

He has declared his intention to play for the indomitable Lions of Cameroon.

We can’t wait to see him in green red yellow.

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The Museke Online Africa Music Awards

Posted In: NEWS by skyllie

The Museke Online Africa Music Awards (MOAMAs) is a new inaugural awards held to celebrate African music and musicians achievement online. is now one of the biggest African music websites with content from over 30 African countries and major traffic from African countries. It has helped musicians to be discovered by fans not from their home countries and has been a source of news, blogs for fans everywhere.
The awards promotes as many African musicians from as many different countries and styles as it aims to unite African music fans everywhere. This edition features four camerounian artists in four different categories.

Let’s show our support and vote on

Central Africa song of the year – Yelele – X Maleya
Best Alternative Fusion / Rock song – Rockstar – Jay N
Best Contemporary African song – Maria – Blick Bassy
Best New African Artist/Group of 2009 – Blick Bassy

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Posted In: NEWS, Profile, Sports, Star of the Week by The Administrator

Born on 23 March 1986 in K-town (Kumba) South West Cameroon,Eyong Enoh Tarkang is a Cameroonian midfielder  who currently plays for AJAX OF AMSTERDAM in the Dutch Championship.

Eyong Enoh previously played for the South West based then First Division side Mount Cameroon FC and later moved to Cape Town , South Africa where he played for AJAX CAPE TOWN.He was team captain, player of the season 2007-2008 as well as player’s player of the season of that year.

In August 2008 he signed a contract at AFAND LAC Ajax Amsterdam until 30 June 2010 with a 2 year option.

Enoh was the first Cameroonian that ever played for Ajax. After making a stunning  debut against Feyenoord on September 21, 2008, he quickly became a regular starter in Marco Van Basten’s  team. He scored his first UEFA goal against Mbia‘s Olympique Marseille on March 18, 2009.He has become a popular figure with the fans for his workman-like performances.

Enoh made his debut for the Indomitable Lions of  Cameroon on 7 June 2009 against Morocco,played several for african nations cup and world cup qualifiers.He has been amongst the first 11 of Paul Le Guen’s selection due to his stunning performances.

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Posted In: Events, NEWS by The Administrator

An online video contest to showcase the talents of young people and performers from around the Commonwealth is offering the winners a “potentially life-changing experience”.

The Commonwealth Video Contest, which closes on 1 June 2010, is a YouTube-based competition launched to celebrate cultural diversity and individual talent across the 54-member Commonwealth. Prizes include a trip to Marlborough House, headquarters of the Commonwealth Secretariat, for International Youth Day on 12 August 2010.

The most original, inspiring or entertaining video will earn the Best Commonwealth Video title and a Netbook computer or iPod. The singer, musician, dancer or band responsible for the best musical video will be crowned Best Commonwealth Band/Artist and receive £200 worth of Amazon vouchers.

The contest’s website – – is designed to provide a permanent audio-visual guide to life and issues around the Commonwealth.

caption courtesy

”I hope say  wuna know say Cameroon na Commonwealth contry”


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Posted In: Profile, Studios by The Administrator

Serge Tebu studied jazz harmony, improvisation and composition, and is a skilled pianist and bass guitarist. He is a manager and a teacher at Zebson Jazz Academy. In 2003, he set up and ran a music studio, composing and arranging for artist from all over central Africa. He also formed part of the ”Beating Wing Orchestra” playing alongside 12 other international musicians. The band performed at the very first Manchester International Festival in June 2007.He is the founder of the band called KOKORIKO (jazz fusion in Manchester). Serge also enjoys teaching music and is proud to be part of Manchester’s diverse music scene.He is a Musical Artist, Producer, Educator, Arranger, and composer.

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Top-rated Cameroonian Painter:TANGO

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Born on the 10th of April 1981 in Cameroon, Emmanuel Tang Ngong commonly calledTango” grew up having  very little exposure to extra-curricular activities due to his strict upbringing. He therefore spent all his time either studying or drawing.

In 1990, he was initiated into painting by his elder brother Felix Tang. With one additional element added to his drawing passion, Tango started achieving fame in school as he started wining competitions.

Tango's first painting (1990)

He won his first competition in 1993, organised by the British Council in Cameroon . He won also many competitions while in High School and left many paintings in the school auditorium before  graduating in 1999.

Tango read Political Science and Public administration in the University of Buea , but was still very prominent in Fine Arts. He was awarded Best Artist in the university twice (2001 and 2002). He also represented the university twice in national festivals and earned honorary awards. He painted ‘The way of the Cross’ paintings for the University Chapel, and decorated the cultural village of the university of Buea.

Tango defied all odds to make his childhood passion a dream career. He endulged into full time painting in a bid to discover his true self. He painted from landscapes to abstract and figurative paintings.

His first solo exhibition in 2004 made a complete sell out. That was the advent of the construction of his road to fame. Today he is one of the most prominent Artist in the country, and amongst the very few to own a personal Gallery.Most Art critics view him as a new Painting revelation in Africa.

Tango has exhibited in almost all prominent Galleries in Cameroon.He has a very wide collection in Cameroon ranging from the National Museum, top hotels, galeries, top Government officials and Businessmen. His paintings have also been collected and exhibited in the USA , France , England and Sweden .

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