? A l’occasion de la sortie imminente de sa nouvelle vidéo, l’artiste urbain Camerounais Numerica s’associe a la marque Jasaid Wear pour lancer la ”Wallaye Billaye Dance Competition” du 1er au 15 juillet 2014.Tentez de gagner de nombreux lots en envoyant vos chorégraphies a l’adresse email@example.com
1er Prix : Une somme de 50 milles francs en espèces, diffusion de la vidéo gagnante en exclusivité sur Planète Star de la CRTV (Cameroun) trois t-shirts de la dernière collection de la marque Jasaid Cameroun. 2 T-shirts ”Lui c’est Numerica” et l’occasion d’échanger avec l’artiste dans un restaurant de votre choix.
De nombreux lots sont aussi prévu pour les participants méritant.
Twitter : Twitter.com/Numerica237
POM Radio Extra is a Cameroonian online radio based in London, U.K and broadcasting from the U.K, Republic of Ireland, and the U.S.A. It’s been operating since July 2013 under the name POM Radio U.K. Recently, its been undergoing some rebranding and restructuring and will be relaunching on the 1st of June 2014 with a brand new website (www.pomradioextra.com). The radio’s mobile app can be freely downloaded from Itunes for Apple users, from Google Playstore for Android users and can be found on TuneIn Radio app for Blackberry and Windows mobile users. POM Radio Extra is a platform for everyone who is a lover of African music.
Artists who will like their songs to be aired on the radio can do so by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org and also any individual or company that will like to advertise on the radio can contact email@example.com .
Programs to watch out for are The Request Show (TRS), Focus On, Top10 Countdown, Kokoriko Praise and Late Night Talk among many other programs.
The Request Show(TRS) is a live broadcast program where listeners call in and text their shout out and song requests for their love ones around the world.
Focus On is a program on the radio where artists and other music personnel are interviewed and broadcasted live.
Top10 Countdown is a program that presents the hottest and most requested/popular songs of the week on the radio.
Kokoriko Praise is a midnight/morning devotion program for everyone from a Christian background.
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The Cameroon movie industry is gradually climbing the ladder of success as professionalism is setting in. We have been amazed by the quality of movies and videos we produce lately in the industry. Cameroonian producers, directors, writers etc are taking this body to the next level by embracing professionalism and among those who are taking this great step is Agbor Obed who is the C.E.O ZUMHOO Studio Works. He has been selected to take part in the “One Fine Day Film” workshop in Nairobi, Kenya, slated for September 16th to September 29th 2013.
Before being selected for this program he has worked as a video editor and broadcaster for STV Douala and on many TV Shows, short and feature films which include “The Meet Hansel Show”, “Hom Breeze”, “Bara Extravaganza”, “Family Tussle”, “The Zumhoo’s How To Guide”, and his breakthrough short comedy film, “Cold Feet (Slack Man)”. (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_BJ4KaK14fA).
He applied as a director on the Workshop and was asked to send an original short comedy film of not more than 1 minute. This he wrote and directed under the multimedia production house, ZUMHOO Studio Works.
The One Fine Day Film workshops are a joint project by DW Akademie, ONE FINE DAY FILMS and GINGER INK. The project is supported by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development, the Film und Medienstiftung NRW, the Goethe-Institut Kenya and ARRI Film & TV Services.
Agbor Obed is the first and only Cameroonian to participate in this workshop, making it a milestone achievement for the Entertainment Industry. He enrolls as a Film director and will receive training in that capacity.
Banye a.K.a Da Banso Boy as he is known to be the rapper with no limit, will be performing his hit single ‘Chorkoh‘ live on stage at
the e-Kilin Entertainment first ever concert scheduled to take place in Limbe. “The primary objective for this concert is to showcase talented Cameroonian hiphop artists doing urban music and to raise them to the spotlight where they can create and expand their fan base” said the e-Kilin Ent boss, Prince Nas. Some of the artists said to cheer the crowd alongside Banye are :- Stevelil, Rythmz, Ciana, Loed, Prince Nas, GORDON of Fale City and many more.
With sponsorship from media houses and Guinness du Cameroun, this is definitely an event filled with Fun and excitement.
Cameroonian hiphop music industry making another History.
Date: Sat. 05. October. 2013
Venue: Limbe Council Hall
Time: 6pm Prompt.
Starafrica.com has launched the second edition of The Star Africa Sounds contest in partnership with Deezer and Zimbalam. The contest is open to all young African musicians. Before the 31st of May, to participate in the contest , visit starafrica.com and upload your song . 5 artists with the highest number of votes will qualify for the finale. The winner will be proclaimed on July 8th by a qualified jury. Star Africa Sounds has a primary objective to expose young African talents. There are lots of prices to be won including distribution of your song on a digital download platform powered by Zambalam.
Get registered via this link: http://fr.starafrica.com/musique/starafrica-sounds-2013/inscription
A sigh of releas
e. That is what Adah”s fans will heave when they get this. Adah“s highly – anticipated “Nyango” album will be released online on 27 November this year. This is according to the artist on a social network site. Since the release of his highly – popular hit single “Nyango”, fans have been expecting a full – fledged album which has not been forthcoming although the star has been busy releasing other tracks, featuring and producing. This announcement is an indication that the wait is finally over for fans.
The 2012 edition of Cameroon”s
premiere urban music award show Mboa Hiphop Awards has been announced for November. Information from the award site http://mboaawards.blaxity.com/ indicate that the award show proper will take place on November 26 precisely and would have been preceded by a press conference on the 24th and a round table on the 25th in the sea-side town of Limbe. Last year the Tony Nobody – promoted concept came under intense fire from English – speaking artists and personalities who felt derided with the Best Anglophone artist category. Hopefully lessons have been left and this year”s event will be as controversy free as possible. Artists have been called upon to indicate their presence no later than the end of October. The number to call is 74160303.
The 2012 edition of Cameroon”s premiere urban music award show Mboa Hiphop Awards has been announced for November. Information from the award site http://mboaawards.blaxity.com/ indicate that the award show proper will take place on November 26 precisely and would have been preceded by a press conference on the 24th and a round table on the 25th in the sea-side town of Limbe. Last year the Tony Nobody – promoted concept came under intense fire from English – speaking artists and personalities who felt derided with the Best Anglophone artist category. Hopefully lessons have been left and this year”s event will be as controversy free as possible. Artists have been called upon to indicate their presence no later than the end of October. The number to call is 74160303.
Makossa veteran Ben Decca is set to mark his 30 year – romance with music. This will be done through a concert on October 06, 2012 in Nanterre, France. As the eldest of the Decca clan, the three others being Grace, Dora and Isaac, Ben has been a consistent and true advocate of good Makossa. He proved this again recently
when he released a track titled ” Makossa phoenix” in which sound-wise and lyrically he showed his devotion to the authentic Makossa that has been so lacking in recent years on the Cameroonian music scene. Despite all the accolades and plaudits the artist has garnered over the years, it is regrettable that this 30th anniversary celebration will be held abroad, and not in Cameroon the homeland of the Makossa he so proudly and strongly advocates. That said, more grease to his vocal cords as he will need it to explore his rich repertoire come October 6.
Fans will soon get their usual fix of Valsero's activist rap. The rapper's new album is set for official release on September 30, 2012. This info was recently made known by the artist via facebook. His new musical offering is titled “L'appel du peupleng>” and will be officially launched during the Sunday primetime show Jambo T.V. on Canal 2. This will be followed on October 6 by a concert in Yaounde to present the album. If General Valsero (as he now likes to be called) is still true to himself, it wouldn't take a magician to know that this latest album is riddled with political and activist – themed songs. Just the album title seems to be a direct reply to a political publication of the same name. Those who follow the news will know what I am talking about. Whatever the case, we wish him nothing but hits, billboard hits if you see what I mean.
With the deadline for the close of the transfer window fast approaching, Cameroonian players like others are making the moves which they deem best for their career. One of those reportedly moving is Marseille’s Stephane Mbia. According to French Radio RMC, the energetic versatile player is said to be in England today to finalise a contract with Queen’s Park Rangers. After a failed attempt to move last season, the Cameroonian is poised to leave the French giants with whom he has already played a game this season. Some pundits are however sceptically whether this is the best move or deal for the player given Marseille’s bright prospects for this season. Their scepticism is also fueled by what is seen as QPR’s fragile nature. Despite a recent change in its financial fortunes, the team remains one of those over whom relegation looms constantly and trophies aren’t a sure thing to come by. Whatever the case, we can only wish our fellow compatriot the best on his English adventure.