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October
3

Cameroonian fashionista and singer Dencia has reacted to Yemi Alade’s derogatory comments asking her to quit music and get another job.

Dencia:

Yop @yemialade Fuck u. My Album debuted on #3 I don’t have to fuck managers & whatever 2 get 2 the Top.
No I won’t stop music,my Debut album killed all of u & yes I’m bragging.Same way u called my name I’m calling urs & I did this after my album Went #3 within 12hrs not cuz I need the promo. ?All love,no hard feelings just letting uno but if we ever cross paths it’ll be nothing but love from me but I couldn’t let it go (Elsa voice) had to Rub it in yo face.
I don’t brag abt my achievements but I had 2 do this for the #Culture. It’s 1-1 let’s keep it cute moving forward so please don’t respond cuz we all know how reckless I can be with my mouth.
Next time all of u talking shit should go buy ur faves album so I won’t have shit 2 say until then y’all missing like her edges when it’s time to support her,y’all weren’t even thinking about her until I spoke about her so free press for her.

Even if my album or songs never make it on the radio or ur miserable phones,u can’t take my #3 from me. Turned off comments because I don’t want anyone who supports me 2 disrespect or insult her,she talked shit about me I’m the only 1 allowed to defend me.

Watch !


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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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June
4

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South African based Cameroonian music  flagbearer Wax Dey has finally unveiled a video for his song “Saka Makossa” featuring Nigerian diva Yemi Alade . It’s a beautiful tune with a great story line.
Enjoy !


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November
12
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Queen of African pop, Yemi Alade, has joined forces with Cameroonian singer and reality TV star, Wax Dey to collaborate on a new hit song called ‘Saka Makossa’, directly translated as Dance Makossa.
 
Saka Makossa appears on the surface as a vain song about two self-indulgent young people who want to have fun, and show off while doing so. But in reality, it pays tribute to a genre of music known as Makossa, by asking those who want to join in their fun to dance to Makossa.
 
Makossa a popular dance of the Douala people of Cameroon and the song is meant to highlight the influence of the genre in today’s international pop music. Just like Michael Jackson, Rihanna and P-Square have done before; it has been adapted from Cameroonian jazz maestro, Manu Dibango’s 1972 Billbooard hit, Soul Makossa.
 

Saka Makossa was originally recorded in 2014, but the pair only decided to release it now through Lolhiphop Records and Effizie Music Group. Wax Dey performs on Sunday 15 November at the All Africa Music Awards in Lagos, Nigeria. Meanwhile, Yemi Alade is slated to perform two shows in Cameroon on 24 and 26 December.

DOWNLOAD Wax Dey – “Saka Makossa” ft. Yemi Alade


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