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August
27

This 5th episode of the famous Hansel Show takes humorous shots at Jovi, Gasha, Rigobert Song and politics .

New Bell boss Jovi has a strong addiction for flaunting weed in his music videos. The comedian says Jovi deserves his own brand of weed called ‘Joviweed” . The rapper has reacted to the video in a lighthearted manner contrary to what his fans expected. 

Gasha’s obscene outfit that went viral on social media is also a subject of humour on this episode. 

Former Cameroon football team captain and current coach of Intermediate Lions Rigobert Song’s seemingly unflinching support for the ruling party CPDM also ignited negative remarks on social media. 

To get the details and comic approach, watch the full video below. 


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August
14

In this extremely hilarious episode, Hansel , the comedian had Ewube as special guest.

He grills celebrity rapper Stanley Enow on his lyrics , getting excerpts that suggest the “Hein Pere” hitmaker can be a  good cook as he mentions a variety of soup ingredients ; pepper, Egusi,  Kanghwa etc. 

Stanley Enow has reacted to this comic approach by commenting with the “laughter emoticon” under the post. 

Apart from Stanley Enow,  he talks about Locko, Ewube, Rick Ross etc 

 


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August
8

Afrima (All Africa Music Awards) jury just churned out the list of nominees on the official Facebook page and Cameroon is dominantly represented in the Best Central African Artist categories . 

Locko and Jovi were nominated in the Best Male Central African artist category while Reggae Dancehall sensation Ewube ( Fall 4 u) , Daphne (Calee) , Mimie, Reniss (Manamuh),  Merveille, Montess (In luv wit a gunman)  mount the pedestal in the Best Female Central African artist category.  

The dust is yet to settle after Magasco’s name was erased from the list of nominees at AFRIMMA and substituted with Mr Leo and we are now facing another devastating blunder. 

The second successive nomination of Montess with the same song “In love wit a gunman” for this year’s edition of the award stirs up controversy and submerges us into a doubt of its credibility.

It’s quite evident that the judges are not meticulous in their selection , thus rendering the award debatable. 


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August
8

“On va gerer” hit-maker Mr Leo has unveiled his highly anticipated tune “Partout” produced by Salatiel. In this sweet-sounding mid-tempo and groovy opus,  he renders appreciation to his fans worldwide for showing him love and making his songs proliferate. Mr Leo is on a steady and unstoppable rise.

The video is festive !

Enjoy !


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August
8

Astute , sharp-witted and gorgeous Ayuk Tambi is a Cameroonian actress whose versatility and acting prowess has been internationally acclaimed . The mind-blowing range of emotions she displays, her exquisite face and her subtle dignity with which she handles her character, will take her far in her film career.
Ayuk Tambi is outstanding in the way she delivers her taunts, script interpretation and her unmatched professional delivery is usually heart-wrenching and her final outburst is easily the highlight of the film. Her performance in any film is worthy of awards.

She has starred in a myriad of movies across Africa both as protagonist and supporting character including “FAR” and ” Pink Poison” by Agbor Gilbert Ebot, “A Little Lie A Little Kill” by Ivan Namme, “U -turn ” by Ashu Egbe, “VIRI” by Nkanya Nkwai, and “Nightfall” by Nkanya Nkwai , “Life point” and many more.
Some of these projects have won notable awards and critical acclamation worldwide like “Nightfall” (Won Ecrans Noirs 2015) and “Life point” (Won Ecrans Noirs 2017).
Her new movie project “Maalle” is currently in post production level, while “Shades of Vengeance” and “A Woman’s sting” will soon hit the screens.
Ayuk Tambi’s movie career is quite propitious and her penchant is to break into Nollywood this year.
Due to her ground-breaking talent and remarkable performance as an actress she?has been invited by Mr. Sunny Odefe as one of the brand ambassadors at the African Cinematography Festival (ACF) slated in November alongside other reputable African movie stars likes RITA DOMINIC, RAMSEY NOAH, SANDRA M SEGHERS, San Lizette Zofeunyui, Thandekile Grace Maseko, Serge  Patrick LALEYE and other renown resource persons all over the world.
Stay connected for an exclusive interview with this African fast-rising actress.


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December
24

Reggae-soul musician Daddy Black has resurfaced with a 3-track EP of immensely inspirational music for you to savour. The EP is dubbed “Freedom O’clock” and includes “I no be small boy” as bonus. Nation of Hustlers’ frontliner Daddy Black showcases his lyrical prowess and vocal strength. It’s a must-listen.

Track Listing 

Freedom O’clock

Tori Tori

Money no get friend

I no be small Boy

Press release

A true artist, like we know, does more than just compose words into a beautiful piece of music and sell them. He transcends the music-for- sale universe in which wallow most of his contemporaries. Like Bob Marley, Peter Tosh , Fela Kuti , Martin Lurther King Jr, Malcom X, Ti Ken Jah Facoly, Lucky Dube, Alpha Blondy etc., Daddy Black, winnows his words not just for good music’s sake, but for a cause that has as primary motive to emphasize the need for social, political and economic change in the nation.
For instance, “Freedom O’clock” produced by Lion Riddims(Based in ROMANIAN ) is an earnest political message to the head of State . A more or less, direct way of asking him mend the helms of the country that are going fray. This spectacularly revolutionary reggae song, ensues from the dire political turmoil that has claimed the lives of “Brethren” in the North West region. From the lyric itself, we hear the voice of an angry people, a hoarse and sad voice that wants to be heard by an indifferent regime.
The second piece “Tori Tori, (Monkey go chop pepper)” produced by “Inadeplace” is a typical ragamuffin record, sung in collaboration with Kay Dwin, tackles a more general societal phenomenon. Because it has not dawned on most people that anything they do comes right back at them, it feels just imperative to put them in the know of the gospel and sincere truth about nature by creating music for such purpose. Most people, in the government and in the streets do not have an inkling how deep and morally elevating this phenomenon is. So, this song is a crucial warning to most if not all the people.
The third piece” Money no get friend” Produced by Junior Chavez, this tune is a tantalizing glimpse of genius to come from the threshold of Cameroon. This time it is neither a cry for political change nor a warning to the society at large, it is a keen observation of human nature. Experience has proven that most people who gather up around you in times of merry completely vanish from you in times of peril. This keen observation fanned the embers in the Go-Getter’s heart, so much so that when the flames got going, he felt the deep seated need to make a song that will air his findings. The findings are not quite good because it’s a devastating thing to know that some friends are not friends but fiends come around just for the single purpose of drowning your ocean.


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December
21

The dramatic increase in consumer love mark for Cameroonian urban music has been applaudable.  The rise of urban artists like Jovi, Stanley Enow and the currently trending urban music artists like Mr Leo, Locko,  Maahlox, Franko, Daphne etc has triggered an increment in the commitment of fans. There’s no gain saying Cameroon urban music is the fastest growing in Africa. 

In this light, Cliq Media CEO Prince Mykel Enobi and high-quality artist Mr Leo have launched an initiative of organising the maiden edition of The Cliq Urban Music Festival scheduled to take place in Buea from Wednesday 25th March to Saturday 1st April 2017. The motive is to proliferate our urban music Africa and the world at large. 

The event shall rally top 30 artists nationally to electrify the same stage. 


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November
15

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AKM (Ngankam Ange )  is a multi-talented dancer whose energetic and stunning dancing prowess has attracted fame and endorsements.

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Popular Decale singer Molare recently commended her on Instagram for her striking dance moves and Zota, frontline dancer for Serge Beynaud is equally impressed by her dexterity. 

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Her viral demo dance video of Serge Beynaud’s song “Karidjatou” also caught the attention of Mr Leo who posted it on social media.

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Profile

She was born on the 27th of May 1996 in Yaounde and grew up in Douala.  She was passionate in dancing since primary school , started doing choreographies, dance showcase, dance video demos and dancing competitions in secondary school. The first music video she took part was at lowersixth.

During her first year in university (Catholic university of Buea), in 2012 she was awarded Best female dancer and best newstyle dancer in South West by the competition BATTLE NATIONAL DU CAMEROUN .  Same year she choregraphed many music videos like ” I cut u cafe” by Steve’Slil, “original makossa” by Da Realm Squad and many others .

img-20161115-wa0017Between 2013 and 2014, AKM participated at SLOY Campus Tour and clinched the 2nd position in HIP HOP DANCE Category.

She worked with the artist Daphné, for some of her concerts , choregraphed in P Brodaz ft Arafat’s music video (makatswatsi), Wax Dey ft Kayswitch -“mbaghalun”,  and most of Mel B Akwen’s songs.

In 2015, AKM came in contact with the award-winning dancer Brenda Dery , did a viral dance video with her on the song “Bendown pause” by Wizkid . That same year she opened a dance school at Beno Bakery (Bonduma).

In 2016, she started working with Mr leo and choregraphing his music for shows and tours. She choregraphed some music videos like “Décharger” by DUCZ , “Jum dans le way” by Galaxy J One etc.

With her resilient spirit, hardwork and urge for greatness , AKM hopes to get better and make greater strides in the industry.

Contact:

Facebook: Akm Fresherthanyou

Snapchat: angekeri

Youtube: AKM Dancer

Twitter : @angekerimartins

Instagram: Fresherthanyou27

Phone : 696228809

Email: a.ngankam@yahoo.fr


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November
13

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They came, they saw they conquered! 

Saturday 12th Nov 2016 in Yaounde will go down in the annals of Cameroonian entertainment history as the day when all barriers were broken. Yemi Alade and Wax Dey were live on stage at Palais du sport.  In spite of the surrounding pessimism and no sponsorships, Calabash Music – Cameroons newest and most daring record label pulled off their first ever concert in grand style. Thousands of adoring fans flocked into Palais des Sports to witness the spectacle.
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With top-notch planning, flawless execution and maximum security, the guest star Yemi Alade and her team were awed and elated to have been part of a fantastic show. The guests have nothing but praise for Calabash Music and Wax Dey, on her social media pages, and many requests to come back for another show, this time in Douala.
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Guest stars Koppo, Gasha and many upcoming young artists kept the audience at the edge of their seats with beautiful Cameroonian tunes, in anticipation of the main artists. Wax Dey who thrilled the public with his afro beat tunes also showed his soulful side with some good old soul food music on his guitar.  Yemi Alade as always had the audience eating from her palms with an electrifying performance as she gyrated to and belted out popular tunes like “Kissing” and “Ferrari”. The concert reached fever Pitch when she was accompanied on stage by Cameroon’s Wax Dey to give an earth shaking rendition of their hit collaboration “Saka Makossa”. The concert ended with the audience still looking for “Johnny”.
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Calabash Music is blazing a new trail in Cameroon and hoping to have future sponsorships so as to make available such exhilarating performances to the wider public. As Yemi Alade says: Thank you Yaounde! Next Calabash Music Concert loading…

 


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November
7
 The 3rd edition of the prestigious All Africa Music Awards happened live in Lagos at the Convention Center Ekom Hotels & Suites.

The hosts, who were drawn from the three majorly spoken languages in Africa— English, French and Arabic— are Ahmed Soultan (Morocco); MsBonang Matheba(South Africa; and Ika Jang(Congo).

The music award ceremony saw Stanley Enow  take home the award  of  “Best African Hiphop Artist” , Wax Dey won ‘Best Central African Male Artist’ and US-based singer Naomi Achu  won the award of ‘ Best Inspirational music” .

Here is the Full List of Winners.
1. Best Male East Africa – Diamond Platnumz (Tanzania)
2. Best Female East Africa – Cindy Sanyu (Uganda)
3. Best Male South Africa – Black Coffee (South Africa)
4. Best female South Africa – Sally Boss Madam (Namibia)

5. Best Male Central Africa- Wax Dey (Cameroon)
6. Best Female Central Africa- Bruna Tatiana (Angola)
7. Best Male North Africa – DJ Van  (Morocco)
8. Best Female North Africa- Zina Daoudia (Morocco)

9. Best Male West Africa – Flavour (Nigeria)
10. Best Female West Africa – Aramide (Nigeria)

11. Best Inspirational Female – Naomi Achu (Cameroon)

12. Best Artiste/Dou/GroupBand in African Contemporary- Flavour (Nigeria)

13. Most Promising Artiste- Amine Aub (Morocco)

14. African Fans Favorite – Phyno (Nigeria)

15. Song writer of the year – Unique (Uganda)

16. Special Recognition Award- King Sunny Ade (Nigeria)

17. Best Artist/Duo/Group African Hiphop – Stanley Enow (Cameroon)

18. Best Artist/Duo/Group African Ragga & Dancehall- Patoranking (Nigeria)

19. Best Artist/Duo/Group African Traditional music- Zeynab (Benin)

20. Best Artist/Duo/Group African Electro -Such (Zimbabwe)

21. Best Artist/Duo/Group African RnB – Henok & Mehari Brothers (Ethiopia)

22. Best Artist/Duo/Group in African Rock -M’vula (Angola)

23. Best African Jazz – Jimmy Dludlu (South Africa)

24. Best African Group -VVIP (Ghana)

25. Best African Collaboration – Mbilo Mbilo by Eddy Kenzo (Uganda) ft Niniola (Nigeria)

26. Video of the Year – Dogo Yaro by VVIP (Ghana)

27. Revelation of the year – Falz (Nigeria)

28. Album of the year – Ahmed Soultan (Morocco)

29. Song of the year- Utanipenda Diamond Platnumz (Tanzania)

30. Artist of the Year -Wizkid (Nigeria)


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