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BET Hip-Hop awards 2015 nominations list out and Drake has the highest nominations



  For a second year in a row, the Canadian rapper, Drake leads the nominees for the BET Hip-Hop Awards with 12 nominations. The multi-award winning act got nods in categories including Best Live Performer, Lyricist of the Year, MVP of the Year, Album of the Year, and Hustler of the Year, and is a featured artist in Best Hip-Hop Video, Best Collabo, Duo or Group, and People’s Champ Award. 

 Big Sean follows with 10 nominations, while Nicki Minaj grabs nine nods. Kendrick Lamar and J. Cole earn eight nominations apiece. 

The event will be hosted by Snoop Dogg on Friday, October 9 at the Boisfeuillet Jones Atlanta Civic Center in Atlanta. 

See a full list of nominees below. 

Best Hip-Hop Video: Big Sean feat. Chris Brown and Ty Dolla $ign – ‘Play No Games’, Big Sean feat. Drake and Kanye West – ‘Blessings’, Fetty Wap – ‘Trap Queen’, Kendrick Lamar – ‘Alright’, Nicki Minaj feat. Beyoncé – ‘Feeling Myself’ 

Best Collabo, Duo or Group: Big Sean feat. Drake and Kanye West – ‘Blessings’, Big Sean feat. E-40 – ‘IDFWU’, Fetty Wap feat. Monty – ‘My Way’, Nicki Minaj feat. Beyoncé – ‘Feeling Myself’, Nicki Minaj feat. Drake and Lil Wayne – ‘Truffle Butter’ 

Best Live Performer: Drake, J.Cole, Kanye West, Kendrick Lamar, Nicki Minaj 

Lyricist of the Year: Big Sean, Drake, J.Cole, Kendrick Lamar, Nicki Minaj 

Video Director of the Year: Alan Ferguson, Benny Boom, Chris Robinson/Lil Chris, Colin Tilley, Director X 

DJ of the Year: DJ Drama, DJ Envy, DJ Esco, DJ Khaled, DJ Mustard 

Producer of the Year: DJ Mustard, J.Cole, Kanye West, Mike Will Made-It, Pharrell Williams, Timbaland 

MVP of the Year: Big Sean, Drake, Future, J.Cole, Kendrick Lamar, Nicki Minaj 

Track of the Year: ‘Alright’ – Produced by Pharrell Williams and Sounwave (Kendrick Lamar), ‘Blessings’ – Produced by Boi-1da and Vinylz (Big Sean feat. Drake and Kanye West), ‘Commas’ – Produced by DJ Spinz and Southside (Future), ‘IDFWU’ – Produced by Dj Dahi, Dj Mustard, Kanye West and Key Wane (Big Sean feat. E-40), ‘Trap Queen’ – Produced by Tony Fadd (Fetty Wap) 

Album of the Year: Big Sean – Dark Sky Paradise, Drake – If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late, J.Cole – 2014 Forest Hills Drive, Kendrick Lamar – To Pimp A Butterfly, Nicki Minaj – The Pinkprint, Wale – The Album About Nothing 

Who Blew Up Award: Bobby Shmurda, DeJ Loaf, Fetty Wap, Rae Sremmurd, Tink 

Hustler of the Year: Dr. Dre, Drake, J.Cole, Jay Z, Nicki Minaj 

Made-You-Look Award (Best Hip-Hop Style): A$AP Rocky, DeJ Loaf, Drake, Kanye West, Nicki Minaj 

Best Club Banger: Big Sean feat. E-40 – ‘IDFWU’ (Produced by Dj Dahi, Dj Mustard, Kanye West and Key Wane) Dej Loaf – ‘Try Me’ (Produced by Dds) Fetty Wap – ‘Trap Queen’ (Produced by Tony Fadd) Future – ‘Commas’ (Produced by DJ Spinz and Southside) Rich Homie Quan – ‘Flex (Ooh, Ooh, Ooh)’ (Produced by DJ Spinz and Nitti Beatz) 

Best Mixtape: Future – 56 Nights Future – Beast Mode Future – Monster Lil Wayne – Sorry 4 The Wait 2 Travis Scott – Days Before Rodeo 

Sweet 16: Best Featured Verse: Drake – ‘Blessings’ (Big Sean feat. Drake and Kanye West) Drake – ‘My Way (Remix)’ (Fetty Wap feat. Drake) E-40 – ‘IDFWU’ (Big Sean feat. E-40) Kendrick Lamar – ‘Classic Man (Remix)’ (Jidenna feat. Kendrick Lamar) Lil Wayne – ‘Truffle Butter’ (Nicki Minaj feat. Drake and Lil Wayne) 

Impact Track: Big Sean feat. Kanye West and John Legend – ‘One Man Can Change The World’ Common and John Legend – ‘Glory’ (From The Motion Picture ‘Selma’) J.Cole – ‘Apparently’ J.Cole – ‘Be Free’ Kendrick Lamar – ‘Alright’ 

People’s Champ Award:Big Sean feat. Drake and Kanye West – ‘Blessings’ Fetty Wap – ‘Trap Queen’ Future – ‘Commas’ Kendrick Lamar – ‘i’ Rae Sremmurd – ‘No Type’ Rich Homie Quan – ‘Flex (Ooh, Ooh, Ooh)’..

*All the very best to them. Hugs 


‘Your love or hate adds nothing to me’ — Kcee finally reacts to Asa’s mockery in 2021




Kcee, the singer, has finally reacted to a video in which Bukola Elemide, the songstress better known as Asa, mocked him in 2021.

Asa had in an interview taunted Kcee, saying he treated a music competition he won over two decades ago as if it were a Grammy award.

The Nigerian-French songstress also described him as an “idiot” for saying she cried over losing the competition to him.

“Kcee, that’s like a Grammy award for him, he is such an idiot. I beat Asa, she was crying. When did you see me cry?” Asa had asked.

But in a recent chat with Goldmyne TV, the ‘Limpopo’ crooner said he wished Asa understood his message which he said might have been misinterpreted by her.

Kcee said despite the fact that he loves Asa’s songs, he remains unperturbed by her opinion about him because “it adds nothing to my pocket”.

“I wish she heard what I said, maybe someone interpreted something else to her,” he said.

“If she heard me, she’ll understand she’s like an inspiration to a whole lot of people but trust me as you see me, I’m a freaking legend.

“I have a right to say whatever I want to say. I still love her songs. If she loves me or hates me, it adds nothing to my pocket.”

Kcee was formerly in the Hip Hop duo group called Kc Presh. He currently has a record deal with Five Star Music.

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Portable fumes as Spyro says he can’t collaborate with him




Portable, the street singer, has lambasted Spyro for saying he cannot collaborate with him.

In an interview with Cool FM, Spyro said Portable wouldn’t be able to deliver the kind of music that he would write for him because it’s not his style.

“Not because I have an issue with him, but because our paths don’t cross. Our paths didn’t align. He wouldn’t be able to deliver the kind of music that I would write for him. Because it’s not his style. I think Portable is good o funny enough,” Spyro said.

“It’s intentional when people do the kind of music that Portable does. It’s pretty much intentional. Someone walked up to me and said ‘You know, if you wanna make it you have to be at the extreme end. If you want to do good music, do it, let it be good. If you want to do whack music, let it be really whack.

“I think my writing style is different from his kind of music. And I think Portable can actually even do it. Trust me. I have listened to his songs that I am like Portable did this?”

Reacting via Instagram on Sunday, Portable argued that he has more hit songs than Spyro.

Speaking in pidgin English, the ‘Zazoo Zeh’ crooner also slammed Spryo for writing him off despite the fact that he (Spryo) is not yet an A-lister.

“Are you whining me Apara or Spyro or what do they call you? You never make am you dey form ajebo. How many shows you don go? Don’t let them push you against helper,” Portable said.

“Come, that’s why I don’t do too many interviews because I know they will ask too many questions. Make you no go dey loose-guard so as not to misyarn.

“When they are calling the industry, you’ll now be forming voice. You are now packaging. See this one o. You this guinea fowl or what are you called? Come and let’s give you chorus make you blow more.

“Shey you dey whine ni? Go and ask your oga.

“Make you blow and let everybody see that you have. Nobody can mime your song. I have had too much songs, I blow. Your song cannot be mimed because it’s just one.

“I can sing all patterns of songs.

“You are saying no one can sing your pattern. You that they still carry to shows.”

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It is wrong to hit a policeman – Falz reacts to Seun Kuti’s arrest




Popular Nigerian rapper, Falz has reacted to the arrest of Afrobeats singer, Seun Kuti by the Nigerian police.

Falz who is presently in the UK recovering from his knee injury confirms in his post that Seun Kuti is wrong to have assaulted the police officer and that was just the beginning.

Just like Mr Macaroni, Falz, the “Mr Yakubu” crooner air out his grievances toward the Nigeria police force over the way they reacted to the case of Seun Kuti.

Speaking further, Falz disclosed that the Nigeria Police Force’s action is always on the contrary when a drunk policeman brutalizes and engages in the extra-judicial killings of the people.

He added that on a regular basis, policemen assault, rob, and even extort people at gunpoint.

Flaz however calls on the Nigeria Police Force to have a rethink and then address the root cause of the issue between policemen and citizens making the rounds.

Falz wrote; “Nobody can deny that it is wrong to hit a policeman. For mischief seekers, read that first sentence again. However, these other videos are from the other side of the spectrum. This is not the first, second, third, fourth, fifth, or sixth time.

We see cases like these very regularly & most of the time absolutely nothing is done to the perpetrators . Before ENDSARS. After ENDSARS. Still very much ongoing. WHEN do we pause to actually address the root cause of all these issues – THE NIGERIA POLICE FORCE.

As we await confirmation on what actually led to the Seun Kuti reaction, we all know it’s not strange in Nigeria to see a drunk policeman. We all know they constantly endanger lives and property We all know they rob and extort at gun point We know they continue to maim and brutalize We all know they conduct extra judicial killings

Mr Inspector-General, IS THIS HOW POLICING IS DONE? The speed wey una take arrest & charge @bigbirdkuti , you no go use am do something about this overly dysfunctional police 🤮

See Falz’s post below;

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Bodex F. Hungbo, SPMIIM is a multiple award-winning Nigerian Digital Media Practitioner, Digital Strategist, PR consultant, Brand and Event Expert, Tv Presenter, Tier-A Blogger/Influencer, and a top cobbler in Nigeria.

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