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Jumabee ft Jesse Jagz – Je Kin Je

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When the Mango crooner, Jumabee collaborates with Jago himself, you should know what to expect… A JAM!!! And they sure didn’t disappoint.
The Shadybizness & Jesse Jagz produced song is titled “JekinJe” meaning “Chop Make I Chop” in the Yoruba language, the song communicates
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Nigerian man plays video game for 75 hours and smashes the Guinness World Record

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A 24-year-old Nigerian biochemist, Oside Oluwole (aka “Khoded”), has etched his name in gaming history by breaking the world record for the longest football video game marathon.

Oluwole played the mobile game Dream League Soccer 2023 on his iPhone for a staggering 75 hours straight, surpassing the previous record of 50 hours set in 2022 by David Whitefoot. Oluwole undertook this challenge to raise money for a local hospital in his hometown of Ijebu Ode, not just because he loves gaming and he was inspired by Hilda Baci.

While all prior record holders used games like FIFA or Pro Evolution Soccer, Oluwole chose his favourite mobile game, Dream League Soccer. He’s been playing the game since 2016 and played over 500 matches during his record-breaking attempt.

Following official Guinness World Records guidelines for “longest marathon” records, Oluwole received five-minute breaks after each hour of gameplay for essential needs.

“It wasn’t easy,” Oluwole admitted, “but overall, it was a lot of fun! I’m grateful for the experience and the successful outcome.”

Oluwole received praise from Hon. Seun Adesanya, a member of the Ogun State Assembly. In a press release, Adesanya commended Oluwole’s “dedication, determination, and countless hours of practice,” calling his feat “an inspiration to all aspiring gamers” and a symbol of Nigeria’s “unyielding spirit of determination.”

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Burna Boy receives plaque for historic 2 billion UK streams

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Since soaring to international success, Burna Boy has become one of the biggest music stars globally with his award-winning music and record-making concerts.

In another landmark feat, Burna Boy has become the first African artist to surpass 2 billion streams in the United Kingdom. The Grammy winner received the plaque backstage at Koko Camden in London where he performed at the surprise fifth-anniversary concert of his 2019 album ‘African Giant’ which album delivered hits songs ‘On The Low,’ ‘Gbona,’ Anybody’.

Receiving the plaque at the celebratory concert for his Grammy-nominated album ‘African Giant’ marks a full circle moment for Burna Boy the album was the project that cemented his superstar status after he gained international acclaim with his viral hit single ‘YE’.

Burna Boy’s 2 Billion Streams BRIT plaque comes off the back of receiving the plaque for 1 Billion streams just a month ago after his record-making sold-out concert at the London Stadium.

Burna Boy recently released his first single of 2024 titled ‘Higher’ where he expressed gratitude for his success and celebrated with those who matter to him in a music video that saw him take an emotional trip back to his hometown of Port Harcourt.

With his latest feat, Burna Boy consolidates his status as one of the biggest artists in the world whose music is breaking new grounds for African music.

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Some ladies cover up prostitution with dancing, says Kaffy

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Popular dancer and choreographer, Kafayat Shafau, aka Kaffy, has said that some ladies now use dancing as a cover for prostitution.

Speaking in an interview with Saturday Beats, Kaffy said, “Dance is not a hustler’s game, because a lot of girls are disguising prostitution by using dance. They would rather sell the sex side than the skill side. My only consolation is that the industry is growing so big that there is room for those kinds of people. Dance is an art form but sometimes, we cross the line, because of the sensual expression. I also do it, but there is a line I cannot cross, and clothes I cannot wear. One doesn’t need to be naked to be sexy or sensual, unlike what some people think.

“My advice to potential dancers is that they should choose their path, and be true to it. Don’t let pressure push you to a path you never originally wanted. You don’t have to alter your body, and there is more to dance than music videos and clubs. You can be a dance executive, coach, science, dance injury prevention, therapist, and many other things.”

Kaffy also disagreed with the popular notion that women don’t support women as much as men support their ilk. She said, “Women not supporting women is not the situation. Men go to war to fight against their fellow men. Forget ‘bro code’, it is perception and what is popularised that makes it look like men support men more. I think men also tear men down; it is a human thing. Women are just more emotionally expressive, so you can detect when a woman doesn’t like another woman faster than a man who doesn’t like another man. A man could be smiling with his friend until the last minute and stab him in the back. But, once a woman walks into such situation, her energy changes towards the person, and it’s easy to know that something is wrong. Both genders have the capacity to not support one another.”

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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.

She has widespread experiences across different professions and skills, which includes experiences in; Marketing, Media, Broadcasting, Brand and Event Management, Administration and Management with prior stints at MTN, NAPIMS-NNPC, GLOBAL FLEET OIL AND GAS, LTV, Silverbird and a host of others

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