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May
28

Prolific ace TV ,  radio host and voice-over artist STANLEY E.N.O.W a.k.a Bayangi Juju shall henceforth host subsequent editions of the NEXDIM SHOW . This resolution was arrived at after concerted efforts by NEXDIM management to augment efficiency and diversity in entertainment content provision . Stanley Enow who is currently a renown presenter of Cameroon's Top Hip Hop Show MBOA on Canal 2 and CEO of Blu'Ink is a dynamic and dexterous individual . His magic-voice, superb French and English language mastery  , sweet diction and world-class charisma qualifies him to deliver the best for entertainment lovers.

Talking to NexDim CEO, Steveslil Njang, he expressed satisfaction and pessimism : ''This deal comes after recurrent negotiations with Stanley E.N.O.W for him to start hosting the Show. I think it's been so heavy for me hosting the show, managing NEXDIM operations , my personal musical career and my alternative job. Churchill and I intended to take the show to French-speaking Cameroon. So this works so well for us''

Stanley E.N.OW recently performed at Patrick Mboma's Jubilee  alongside Zouk icon Fanny J.

Watch out !

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December
4

The Mboa Hip Hop Awards has been one of the most prestigious award ceremonies in Cameroon Hip Hop music scene, gathering all the buzz and hype on Canal 2 though revolving only around French-speaking Cameroon artists,  segregating English-speaking artists;  ”A French-speaking Cameroon thing”.

This year , a vehement promise was made by the organizers to get artists from the English-speaking part of the country utterly involved in the activities of this edition. Hopes got ignited and a feeling of belonging sparked off.  A sense of unity !

Fair enough, a derogatory category was nursed dubbed ”Best Anglophone Artist” having as nominees;  Zinnia, Adah, and Dr Sley . Apartheid ? I don’t know .

This act of segregation got several English-speaking artists and music pundits worried, feeling a foul air looming which urged them to air out sad sentiments on social networks  FACEBOOK and TWITTER:

STV 2 presenter, Tito Valery called on all not to vote anybody in that category and lamented why there isn’t a category for ”Best Francophone Artist”

Daddy Black, Steveslil and a plethora of English-speaking artists expressed sad feelings either. The humilation didn’t end there but extended to a putrid level of treatment experienced by the English-speaking nominees in Douala.

Reggae-soul sensation Dr Sley , who just arrived from UK , a nominee in that category made this remark on Facebook after making the trip to Douala for  the award ceremony;

” They told us of Akwa Palace as our hotel, but rather we went to one funny house not fit to call a hotel, without a tv working, bathing from a bucket, DIRTY BED SHIPS AND PILLOW CASE. as if its not enough, I DID NOT EVEN PERFORM. now I am asking WHY? Every single French artist was to pass on stage before any English artist. Then due to the boring nature of some of their artists, the show ended. Now I did not pick up award, I did not have a good sleep, I did not perform to my fans. Then why did they invite me. Even my transport they did not provide but every french artist was given something or was transported. Now, we are like strangers in our land. Well, we don’t need them to be up there. The work continues”

Another factor that marred this year’s Mboa Hip Hop Award was the voting procedure; Dr Sley speaks out;

”The first question I ask when I arrived, how come we are voting to a personal telephone number, what  if the person deletes some votes in favor to another person? They said, because the MTN Data base which they have could not hold all the votes. But my question is how many messages can a phone receive, not up to 150 messages. But i know i got atleast 500 votes. How could they manage it? So i knew its all fake. But i was left back to perform and till now i feel terrible for not singing to my people. I had a good message for them. well Jah took us back savely and i say thanks to all those who believed in me.

What then is the next step for artists from the English speaking part of Cameroon ?

However, here are the various award winners.

1.Best Rap album : Puzzle de Ayriq Akam

2. Revelation of the Year : Lauren By

3. Best producer : Dj’s Panebo for wha’a gwaan de Sultan Oshimihn

4. Best Reggae album: Black Queen de Sultan Oshimihn

5. Best Reggae artist : Sultan Oshimihn

6. Best Rn’b artist: Duc-Z

7. Best Rap Artist: Sir Nostra

8. Best video : Bienvenue au Cameroun de Ayriq Akam par Kallash

9. Best collaboration : Krotal, Danielle Eog dans A nous la vie

10. Best Album / Maxi/ Single hip hop fusion: X Maleya, Tous ensemble

11. Best Maxi/ Single/ Street album : Boudor Nouvelle page

12. Best Anglophone Artist : Zinnia

 


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November
17

MBOA HIP HOP AWARDS LAUNCHED !

Posted In: Hip Hop, NEWS by The Administrator

The official list of nominees for the 5th edition of Mboa Hip Hop Awards has been launched. The event shall take place on the 26th November 2011. These are the 12 categories ;

A/Best rap album
1. Puzzle de Ayriq Akam
2. Da vinci zoulou de Danny Jazz
3. Seuls les faux savent de Nkunkuma
4. Independance de Manhitoo

G/ Revelation of the year
1. Lauren By
2. Ivee
3. D.O.S Legar
4. J Cool

D/ Best producer
1. Dj’s Panebo pour wha’a gwaan de Sultan Oshimihn
2. Z-lex pour je ne donne pas le lait de Duc- Z
3. Mr Ndongo pour bienvenue au Cameroun de Ayriq Akam
4. Shy Fx pour baisse ta garde de D.O.S Legar

B/ Best reggae album
1. Black Queen de Sultan Oshimihn
2. Musango Mu Titi de Mukai People
3. Jaddis reggae de Ottou Balajah

I/ Best reggae artist
1. Palesto
2. Lauren By
3. Sultan Oshimihn
4. Ottou Balajah

J/ Best Rn’b artist
1. Duc-Z
2. Franky P
3. Zinnia

K/ Best rap artist
1. Ayriq Akam
2. Boudor
3. Sir Nostra
4. Killamel

F/ Best video
1. Bienvenue au Cameroun de Ayriq Akam par Kallash
2. C’est l’Etat de Dja Stress par Studio Neville
3. Life for Elobi de Sangoa Mboa par Red Zone
4. Je ne donne pas le lait de Duc-Z par William Nsai
5. Tchokolo de X Maleya par NS Pictures

H/ Best collabo
1. Hybride, Bashiru dans Je me sens black
2. Krotal, Danielle Eog dans A nous la vie
3. Killamel, All Stars dans Bien ou bien remix
4. Nkunkuma, Nostra dans Dangerous

E/ Best album / Maxi/ Single hip hop fusion
1. Big Bzy One day one day
2. X Maleya Tous ensemble
3. Mbale Mbale Hèmlè
4. Les Clés Son Of God Au delà du rap
5. No Name Crew Des mots
6. Nowell C’est encore possible

C/ Best Maxi/ Single/ Street album
1. Boudor Nouvelle page
2. DOS Legar Cible invisible
3. Metissage Mama africa
4. Lemir Vana Laissez le vieux tranquille
5. Mastah Suprême Illuminahit

L/ Best Anglophone artist
1. Dr Sley
2. Zinnia
3. Adah

Vote by SMS to (237) 74160303 the word  MBOA followed by the latter of the category  and the number of the nominee


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November
4

A Rapper, Animator and showbiz personality, Stanley ENOW is part of the new generation of  the hip hop movement  in Cameroon. He has  distinguished himself by his bilingualism and his perfect mastery of the business . Having a  Bachelor in Communication , he is the CEO of  BLU ‘INK . He has skillfully presented the 10th edition of kamerhiphop show  ,the fifth edition of Mboa Hip Hop Awards organised by BLAXITY  and many more events. 

Hello Stanley ENOW. A rapper, impresario, showbiz  personality… in a few words, how do you present yourself?

Wats good Idy. Well said .  I’m a young Cameroonian rapper, radio and TV Presenter, professional voice actor and showman who has been working for Cameroonian hip hop and the Kamer urban culture  for quite some time.

How did you get into the world of communication?

Well, I started with break-dancing in form one at Government bilingual High School , Bafoussam . A year after, I penned my first  rap lyrics with the help of  Mc Nas Zao.Some  months later, I did my first recording at studio Lestacom on a DMX instrumental. Two years later, I performed on a show dubbed  ‘Groove’  presented by top animator , Serge Pouth who was newly assigned to CRTV Pouala Fm. After my flow, he told me that I have a great voice and I connected me with one of the most famous hip hop host in Douala Nabil4real. He introduced me to an  academic  radio show . Impressed by my performance, the   Deputy Station manager ,Leonard Chatelin assigned me for  a show ‘Cocktail Hit Parade’ on Saturday nights. 2 months after, I was substituted by new journalists  from ESSTIC. I was however solicited by several private radio stations where I worked as an animator and director.

Was it your dream to become a radio host and TV?

Initially, I wanted  nothing but becoming  a rap superstar , but as the God of heaven desposes, he sent me one of these angels Serge Pouth who discovered a talent in me as a presenter which I fully embraced. I would say that I live my dream because I am doing what I always dreamed of. It is not given. Praise God, special thanks Serge Pouth.

Why have you kept your real name instead of a nickname like some?

Initially I had a multitude of  pseudos like  Sun City, Lil Es-tee ,Da foxy but as I started presenting a show “Still breeze” on Rut fm Bafoussam in 2005 , I adopted my first name Stanley. It happened that in  2008 ,I discovered  there is sugar around originality and it is with the help of  the very original Tony Nobody that I added Enow.

Many knew you in Mboa Team / Blaxity, how did you meet with Tony Nobody?

 I re-emphasize the phrase “angel from heaven” because it’s the same miraculous Serge Pouth who discovered the talent in me, inspired me,equally made me get in contact with my mentor,  Tony. After working with Star De Demain  as host , I decided to move to the French Cultural center in Douala where I found  Tony ,Serge Pouth and Valsero shooting. Serge told Tony I quote “this is one of the best of Bafoussam, take him and give him a hand.” Two days after I started doing the news on Mboa.

The fifth edition of Mboa Hip Hop Awards will be held in November, in a nutshell how are you  preparing for  the event?

The awards ceremony which is on its 5th edition after the sixth year of the program is gearing up very seriously and sensitively. The team Blaxity-Yaoundé is under the sun to collect project data . After the work is done by the Nominating Committee, Kamerhiphop.com being one of the reliable partners of Kamer Hiphop will have a premiere of the list of nominated artists.

What are the innovations?

This year Blaxity provides a round table with the major players in Cameroon  Hip Hop, to discuss problems faced. The Awards this year will involve Anglophone artists and then there will be a big after-party.

What are the criteria to nominate the artists? Isn’t  there favoritism?

For 5 years now Blaxity , collects, analyses and nominates worthy  projects. We try as much as can be done to refine the concept to reward those who work really. Have you ever noticed that we do favoritism?

You have presented the 10th edition of kamerhiphop show, how were you received by the public in Yaounde? And how did you find the show?
 Kamerhiphop show is an event I have always supported since its inception even without knowing neither Idy, you nor anyone of Kamerhiphop . I was tired of supporting the cause from a distance  so I had the opportunity to support this concept live.For the YDE public it’s not the first time they awe me with their love .I have also witnessed this euphoria at the show with Soprano at the Sports COMPLEX and  Mboa Come test. The show was successful and religiously I want to thank Kamerhiphop and the YDE public. Hope you see them again in the next end of year edition 2011 where I would officially be the  Guest Showman.

You are responsible for the structure BLU ‘INK, can you briefly introduce the structure? What is the purpose and what are the goals you want to achieve?

As holder of a Bachelor of Communication of Organizations, I created BLU ‘INK to govern my activities purely corporate and communicative. I am a translator, among other things  (Francais-French, Pidgin, and other languages) and it is in this structure that I do the quota of my personal activities. It also aims to undertake in the cultural activities, which is why it will in the near future a branch of  Blaxity because I’m learning  from the Father.

How do you judge the quality of Camer hip hop as a man of Media?

As a man of the media Cameroon Hip hop had  its boom. The old entities such as: Mapane records, Zomloa Recordz DJ Bilik, Magma merger, Big B-zy, Umar CVM, CTM, Lady B, Redzone, Racyn, X-Maleya, C-minaire, Protector, Malekumfu, Ak sang Grave ,Ultimatum, Star system, Tony Nobody, Negrissim, Bantu posi and so on have already sacrificed everything to give life to our Hip-hop. This is why some young players in the game have been blessed to exhibit  quality.

In your opinion what are the weaknesses in this movement?

“We think we are already accomplished, having been cheered by their entourage, they still rap for heir peers, we are too influenced by the outside,  do not respect elders …” learn to become products rather than simple musicians or better still make a career and not poor projects.

What are your immediate plans?

Currently working on High quality Cameroon Hip Hop radio/ shows , that meet international standards with the official “La cite of art” (Blaxity) with the goal  of giving a different tone to Hip-hop Kamer. Meanwhile I am slowly recording  my album to be released one day, one day.

CONTACTS
My Email enow_lerapeur@yahoo.fr,  Facebook  http://www.facebook.com/Stanley911

Interpreted by NexDim Administrator

Courtesy www.kamerhiphop.com


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November
19

MBOA HIP HOP AWARDS 2010

Posted In: Hip Hop, NEWS by The Administrator

The Mboa Hip Hop Awards 2010  Edition shall take place on Saturday , 28th of November 2010 at Douala Bercy. To vote for your favorite nominee, send the word ”Mboa” followed by the letter of the category and the digit of the candidate to 74 16 03 03.

Though we can rarely find names of English speaking Cameroonian artists featured on the list of nominees for this award, Achalle, and Larry of BAAM have been nominated for the category of ‘Best R n B artist ‘ .I remember last year we had just Zion Side and Denzyl on the list .  From this hypothesis, we are poised to ask certain intriguing questions.

Is this based on the fact that most artists from that region do not receive the necessary exposure and promotion they deserve or must their videos be aired on Canal 2 or Trace TV to earn a nomination ?

However, South West raised , Achalle has thrived to make his presence felt in French Speaking Cameroon starting from when he was runner-up of Mutzig Star 2005, and later Star de Demain winner 2006. He has recently dropped an album dubbed ”Excited” .

Eyes were thrown on Larry when he helped his group,BAAM win the Nescafe ‘African Revelation 2009 National and pan-African finals. Limbe-raised singer has charmed millions of fans across the world with his alluring vocals. ”Stand up” which is the group’s lead song is  being aired on TRACE TV .


A  BEST RAP ALBUM

1.        (MENACE SUR MA PLANETE)  HOBSKUR

2.        (AUTOPSIE)  VALSERO

3.        (ZONE INTERNATIONALE)  DANNY JAZZ

4.        (DEFINITION D’UN GANGSTER)  CERVEL

5.        (AU BOUT DU CHEMIN)  2B LE POSSEDE

6.        (INSTINCT DE SURVIE)  LORD ERIKO

7.        (REVOLUTION)  ELIASTY

8.        (AK SANG GRAVE IS BACK )  AK SANG GRAVE

9.        (THE PROLOGUE)  A.K.O

10.     (L’ART INSTALLE)  JUDDAH

11.     (STREET 45)  RAZY DEFF

12.     (DE TOUT COEUR)  DJA STRESS

13.      (CYCLE DE VIE)  IDOLE KPU

B  BEST ARTIST IN DIASPORA

1.        BAMS

2.        PIT  BACCARDI

3.        MNLK

C  REVELATION OF THE YEAR

1.        DANNY JAZZ  (HOLD UP)

2.        A.K.O (BUTTER OUT OF THE GUTTER )

3.        2B LE POSSEDE  (MONDE POURRI)

4.        LORD ERIKO  (INSTINCT DE SURVIE)

D  BEST AUDIO PRODUCER

1.        DJ’S PANEBO  “AK SANG  GRAVE IS BACK

2.        STEPHANE AKAM  “RED TAPE

3.        DJ T-BO “RED TAPE

4.        GS RECORDS “ GUY D’X-HIP HOP DON’T STOP

5.        OBIDY STYLE  “ LORD ERIKO-INSTINCT DE SURVIE

6.        MISTER B  “HOBSKUR – LES MEMES

7.        RAHIM  “AKO-BUTTER OUT OF THE GUTTER

E BEST  HIP HOP FUSION ALBUM

1.        (ALL I NEED)   KHEDO

2.        (MAMA NKONG E SI)   BANTOU PÔ SI

3.        (KEL IMAJ ?)   JAH MISSA

4.        (PERSPECTIVES)  GUY DX

5.        (NBÔDOL)  BIVINDI

6.        (LE SON DU GRIOT)  KUNDEYALA

7.        (ANOTHER PART OF ME) LADY B

8.        (BELIEVE IN YOUR DREAM)   JAY-N

9.        (MY LIFE)   MIKE PETER

10.     (STAND UP) BAAM

F MEILLEURE MIX TAPE/COMPILE

1.        RAID TAPE (RED ZONE)

2.        KOUBALANTA (BOUDORIUM PROD)

3.        SQUAD ROOM VOL 1 (SQUAD ROOM)

4.        CROISIERE SUR LA BENOUE (SAHEL HIP HOP)

G BEST MAXI/SINGLE/STREET ALBUM

1.         (FAUT PAS QUE JE FLANCHE) KARNATOX

2.        (XXL) FRANKY P

3.        (JE RAPPE COMME KI) VINEY DANECAM

4.        (PARDONNE-MOI) NKUNKUMA

H  BEST R n B  ARTIST

1.        DUC-Z

2.        FRANKY P

3.        ACHALLE

4.        LARRY (BAAM)

5.        ROGER (X-MALEYA)

6.        PROSBY

I BEST RAP ARTIST

1.        BOUDOR

L BEST COLLABORATION

1.        EBENE, ROGER du  X-MALEYA) (SOLEIL BRILLE)

2.        A.S.A.N, DJ STRESS (MA ZIK)

3.        AK SANG GRAVE, EDEL KOULA (ON NE LE TUE PAS/LAISSES PAS LA MISERE PRENDRE LE PAS)

4.        LORD ERIKO, KAKI MC, SAMY LE RENOI (INSTINCT DE SURVIE)

M BEST LIVE PERFORMANCE

1.        VALSERO

2.        LADY B

3.        JAY-N

4.        2B LE POSSEDE

N BEST REGGAE ARTIST

1.        NATURAL

2.        GAEL KIMAANY

3.        PALESTO

4.        LYRIKAL BAÏZ

AWARD OF HONOUR

1.        LOUIS TSOUNGUI

2.        DJ BILICK

3.        ECLESIAST

2.        DIGITAL

3.        VALSERO

4.        TERROR

5.        HOBSKUR

6.        KROTAL

7.        LADY B

8.        REEZBO D’AKSANGRAV

J BEST VIDEO

1.        (ÇA VAUT LA PEINE)  TERROR

2.        (AK SANG GRAVE IS BACK)  AK SANG GRAVE

3.        (HOLD UP) DANNY JAZZ

4.        (L’ART INSTALLE)  JUDDAH

5.        (SOLEIL BRILLE)  EBENE

6.        (HOLD UP)  VALSERO

7.        (LES MEMES) HOBSKUR

8.        (ROCKSTAR) JAY-N

9.        (DERNIER BANC) KILLA MEL

10.     (SOMETHING SPECIAL) JEM’M

K BEST SLAM ARTIST

1.        EBENE

2.        PHATAL

3.        STONE

4.        LES CLES SON OF GOD

5.        BOUDOR






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