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December
23

ewube

 

Its been in the making, Best Music first lady  known in the diaspora as African Rihanna, has been thrilling the stages of Cameroon with breathtaking performances. The label still managed to squeeze time to do the video of her single “Party All Nyte” directed by @Didiblaise. Ewube is also one of the guest artistd at the Douala Hip Hop Festival on the 29th of December 2014. Below is the BTS ( Behind The Scenes ) featuring big names in the industry like Steveslil, Jules Nya, Boy Cheez, DJ Dertsman and many more.


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December
22
Ewakajo

Ewakajo

Best music rapper Cyrus has been absolutely phenomenal as a lyricist and performer . He made a sizzling impact on the well-honed remix of “rands and naira” alongside his label mates . His brand new single ” Ewakajo” is a creative fusion of contemporary and traditional instrumentation graced by his commercially appealing rap style. The song ignites a festive mood and depicts a great sense of originality. The tune was produced by SLIMBEATZ

 

 


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October
24

SK BOYS – SKELEWU REMIX (Cameroon)

Posted In: Hip Hop by The Administrator

Cameroon Afro-pop quartet SK Boyz remixed P-Square’s hit ”Personally” and registered about 6 millions downloads worldwide. The Nigerian-based group just dropped another controversial lyrical content on Davido’s new club-banger ”Skelewu” titled ”Cameroon’. 

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August
31

Challenging the coach’s choices, leading a strike action, and now this: refusing to honour a national team call-up. The Eto’o Indomitable Lion’s saga seems to have no end. By publicly refusing to honour a highly-anticipated national team call-up, Samuel Eto’o has created a precedent in Cameroonian football circles which in recent years has suffered the scourge of infamy. While wars of opinion rage on the (un) patriotic nature of his act, those Cameroonians who were fed up with the status quo have resurrected from their shallow graves with joy. Eto’o’s action is the cataclysmic event that will flush out the ruining cabal, they think. While this is a widely-held expectation, let’s not forget that those who are comfortable with the status quo are embittered. If anything positive comes out of this stand, Eto’o may have scored his most splendid goal yet by dribbling past tradition and expectation to take a stand. He has endeared himself to those yearning for change. But wait  a minute, he may also have bought himself atonement for his past transgressions. If the present  FECAFOOT edifice comes crashing from this fit of frustration, Eto’o stands to be most kindly looked upon when this generation of footballers, and even others, are being judged by history.


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July
19

Days away from the official start of the London Olympics, it is worth asking the question of what we should expect from our Olympians? Should we hope for gold, pray for some silver at least or many bronze medals if the worse comes to the worse? Any body who is expecting some flash of brilliance from the athletes is wasting time. Despite the attempt, by some, to whip up interest in Cameroon’s participation by announcing over and over that some athletes have been training in Italy or Spain, only a struck of luck can enable us perform well. It is a popular secret that most of our athletes are ill-trained and under-trained: starting a few months away from the event. How can anyone expect them to outmanoeuvre those who have been preparing since the last games ended? Maybe some Francoise will emerge and do another golden jump but that’s an if.  Maybe in football, our Lionesses can spring a surprise but even  this is still an if because their opponents are no easy pushovers . I fear the best our athletes will do is participate. After all, isn’t participation the ultimate aim of the games?


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July
16

The Indomitable Lionesses yesterday July 14 suffered a 2-0 defeat to their Scottish counterparts. The match took place in Aberdeen, Scotland and was part of the team’s preparation for the upcoming London Olympics. Media reports accuse  a lack of concentration and not blatant mediocrity for the defeat. The first goal, at the 15th, was an on-goal while the second was a shot from 25 metres away. While defeat is always bitter pill to swallow, fans have apparently cut them some slack given that their recent brilliant performances have garnered much popular goodwill for the team. However, fans hope that this defeat serves as food for thought and preparation. In other words, this means “que ce soit la dernière”. Go Lionesses. The Olympics start Friday July 27, 2012.


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June
27

Now that the celebrations or should we say “events” have come and gone, this should be a good time for a level-headed debate on the significance of the World Music Day in our context. In Cameroon, Sam Mbende, Ebogo Armerand and the general family of musicians provided an interesting prelude to the day with their heated disagreements over who is boss when artists’ copyright are in question. The D-day came and went with artists calling for more to be done for them. My ensuing piece shouldn’t be construed as a denigration of their concerns or demands. No such  parallel should be drawn. But with the incessant cry of Cameroonian artists echoing in our heads, it is worth asking whether the music scene in Cameroon is all about artists? Of course, no. Then why have recent actions left one with the distinct impression that when music in Cameroon is a theme then the sole if not the main stakeholders who should be given a platform for expression are musicians. I am simply trying to say that it is high time for fans a.k.a consumers of music to be part of the picture. Artists produce music in vain if no one consumes.  This implicit disregard for consumers of music is equally evident in the kind of music some artists put on the market. Their songs show that they don’t include consumers’ taste in their considerations when they are working on an album. This disregard impacts them negatively as upon release their albums receive a cold shoulder from the fans who ravenously consume the music that appeals to them. If we want to change the situation then this what we should do. We should henceforth endeavour to integrate fans in the debates because although they may be part of the problem through piracy, they can be part of the solution if their  concerns are considered. Are we together?


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May
16

With input from sportsmen and now artists, Cameroon is carving an enviable place for itself on the world scene. One musician who is helping fly our national flag sky high is world famous baritone Jacques Greg Belobo who is the first ever African to be nominated for the BBC-sponsored “Best Singer in the World” award in the 90s. Despite his humble beginnings, the singer has become a household name in the world of classical music. After walking away with the first prize in various national competitions, he got a scholarship upon winning an international singing competition in Cote d’Ivoire and entered the National Conservatory of Music in Nice,France. He later got into the Higher National Conservatory of Music and Dance in Paris from where he obtained a higher diploma in singing in 1998. This far, he has amassed over ten major international awards and performed classics by icons like Mozart. He is now a successful singer who has performed all over the world and ran workshops. As a patriot, he has participated in various national ceremonies and plans to set up a music conservatory in Cameroon. Who said Cameroon didn’t have talents?

 


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May
10

As an ever-rich pool of footballing talent, Cameroon can’t stop producing tomorrow’s football sensations. The latest in line is called Gael Etock Junior. Born in 1993, the 18 year old is being touted  as the next Eto’o. At the tender age of 12,the youngster joined F.C Barcelona‘s reputed youth academy “La Masia” in 2006 from  Fundesport. Hardly did arrive that his performances with Barcelona’s youth teams drew comparisons with his illustrious Cameroonian counterpart Eto’o. He later signed with English giants Chelsea who immediately loaned him to Portuguese side Sporting Lisbon so he could sharpen his skills. Although,it is has been reported that the player has made that move permanent, his talent as a striker to reckon with are not in doubt. One can only hope that his talent matures well so that one he can be the lion leading our lions to glory.

 


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November
18

In the wake of their recent victory in Morocco,a new lion is set to join the Indomitable Lions.Willie Overtoom is the name of the Cameroonian-born star who currently plays for Dutch division one side, Heracles Almelo. After having worn Dutch colours at all junior levels, the offensive midfielder has decided to play for Cameroon. The player met with Fecafoot officials in Marrakesh on the sidelines of the LG Cup to make his choice known.Lions’ coach Denis Lavigne is expected to go watch the player in action and ,if things go well, he should earn his first call up in February during the FIFA week in 2012.

source:pesstatsdatabase.com

 


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