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April
20

Fans of Cameroonian urban music and Sine are in for a treat. Finally, a promo c.d for Sine’s much- anticipated “First born” album is now available . According to a facebook post from the artist himself, the promo c.ds are limited; in other words, grab your copies now. If the “Koh Koh” single is anything to go by and knowing the guy’s talent, this album is going to satisfy both critics and music lovers alike. Since the release of the “Koh Koh” single, Sine has been busy performing and reaching out to his fans. With the release of the album, it is our guess that he might be embarking on a promotional tour sometime soon. Get a sneak peek at the c.d.


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March
21

Cameroonian crooner Sine is set to be the opening act for Senegalese-born American superstar Akon’s upcoming concert billed for March 24 in Douala. This is sure another accolade for the artist who has been accumulating quiet a few over the past few years. After charming the audience with his rendition of late Whitney‘s ‘I will always love you”, Sine went on to claim fame by winning the first ever edition of Africastar. His recent release ‘Koh koh” has gone viral online with more than 10,000 views already- a real achievement for a Cameroonian artist. Who knows what heaven holds for the guy after this.


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February
20

Cameroonian music sensation Sine has paid a deserved  tribute to deceased r’n’b diva Whitney Houston who passed away recently. The Koh koh star did this through a special Tam-Tam Weekend appearance  where he  performed  live and in  a cappella   one of  Whitney’s greatest hitsI will always love you”. As usual, the guy’s rendition was off the hook. It is worth noting that this particular Whitney song has special meaning for Sine  since his rendition of this same song on the T.V show Africastar paved his way to African and world fame.


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February
3

Cameroonian music sensation Sine is due to release his album “First born” in March this year. The album is the fruit of a  collab between two of Cameroon’s hypest and  most trend-setting  music labels Mumak Records and Burn ‘m Records. The artist has been grabbing all the attention lately since the release of his hit single “Koh koh” which has gone viral on YouTube with  8000 views so far. If the “Koh Koh” video was the appetiser then we can’t wait for the main thing to arrive. With such quality videos, there is now a reason for the best video category in our awards. Here is the “Koh Koh”  video once again for your enjoyment.


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December
8

Music remains one of the few areas where people are compelled to change their names in order to be more attractive. People find themselves buying the notoriety and fame of past legends by taking on similar names in order to make it to the top of the charts.While that results in pre-album release buzz and later commercial success for some,it is a problem for others especially when they had earlier presented themselves to the public and had been accepted as such.Given the very nature of the industry today,artists, whether upcoming or established,are brands polished and refurbished by their names. If upon stepping into the limelight one doesn’t settle the name issue,then there might be problems in the future when one desires changing this name for one reason or another.This is because when an artist hasn’t amassed sufficient fame and clout, he/she does’t have the licence of greats like Dirty Money formerly,Diddy,P.Diddy,Puff Daddy a.k.a Sean Combs to command the continued allegiance of fans by shuttling in and out of their favour with different names.An artist’s name brands him in the public’s eyes  and any change of name brings along a new challenge:that of convincing the public all over again as to what you represent and offer musically.A change of name can easily bruise a fledgling reputation.In my opinion, a case in point is Cameroonian singer Sine formerly Sidney.

He caught public attention in 2008 when he emerged winner of the T.V show Africa Star after wooing the jury and the tele-viewers  with his vocal range and  exquisite renditions of legendary classics like ‘I will always love”.One can imagine the public’s yearning for his album,and in music the public yearnings easily translates into commercial success.Then,imagine the number of fans,potential c.d and concert-ticket buyers,that will keep their money in their pockets because they don’t know Sydney has become Sine. Despite the great video,”Koh-koh” is  a mid-chart hit but might have shot straight to the top upon release if the public had been sufficiently informed that Sine was once Sydney:the crooner who  won the first edition of Africa star.

 


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December
3

After the release of ”Number One” , featuring on ”No more Malaria” project alongside Petit Pays, Lady Ponce and top African acts,  fans have been anticipating to get another thrill.  RnB artist and Africa Star laureate Sine ( Sidney) of Burn’m Records is back with a new joint , brand new video ”Koh Koh” featuring headline Cameroonian rapper Jovi. Sine is rated as one of the finest vocalists we have in  Cameroon and this song is just a glaring evidence  .  The video was directed by February 16th .It’s a MUMAK/BURN’M collaboration baby !.

Happy weekend and enjoy !


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