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Drake and 21 Savage drop joint album titled ‘Her Loss’

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Drake, the Grammy-winning Canadian singer, and 21 Savage have put out their joint studio album titled ‘Her Loss’.

The 16-track body of work was released on streaming platforms on Friday.

Tracks in the body of work include ‘Rich Flex’, ‘Major Distribution’, ‘On BS’, ‘Broke Boys’, ‘Middle Of The Ocean’, ‘BackOutsideBoys’, ‘Privileged Rappers’, ‘Spin Bout U’ and ‘Hours In Silence’.

Others are ‘Treacherous Twins’, ‘Circo Loco’, ‘More M’s’ ,’I Guess It’s F**k Me’, ‘Jumbotron Shit Poppin’, ‘3AM on Glenwood’ and ‘Pussy & Millions’ featuring Travis Scott.

Drake had earlier postponed the release date of the album after Noah “40” Shebib, his producer, contracted COVID-19 while mixing and mastering the album.

Drake has established himself as a household name in the international music space.

He has seven studio albums to his credit which are ‘Thank Me Later’ (2010), ‘Take Care’ (2011), ‘Nothing Was the Same’ (2013), ‘Views’ (2016), ‘Scorpion’ (2018), ‘Certified Lover Boy’ (2021) and ‘Honestly, Nevermind’ (2022).

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Mavin Records unveils tracklist for ‘Chapter X’ album

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Mavin Records, the music label owned by Don Jazzy, has unveiled the tracklist for its forthcoming album titled ‘Chapter X’.

The record label shared the tracklist of the body of work via social media on Wednesday.

Songs on the upcoming album include: ‘Alle’, ‘All I’m Saying’, ‘Ogini Na Fio’, ‘Won Da Mo’, ‘Amin’, ‘Overloading’, ‘Losing You’, ‘Won Le Le’, ‘Jara’ and ‘You’.

Artistes featured in the project include Don Jazzy, DJ Big N, Rema, Bayanni, Magixx, Ayra Starr, Boy Spyce, Ladipoe, Crayon and Johnny Drille.

The 10-track album is scheduled for release on December 2.

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SEE FULL LIST: Burna Boy wins best African and international acts at 2022 MOBO Awards

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Burna Boy has won two categories at the 2022 MOBO awards.

The ‘African Giant’ crooner took home the Best International Act and Best African Music Act awards.

The award event, which recognises the best black music from UK and beyond, was held on Wednesday at Wembley Arena, London.

In the Best International Act, Burna Boy was nominated alongside Beyonce, Chris Brown, Drake, Jack Harlow, Kendrick Lamar, Skillibeng and Tems.

Below is the full list of winners:

BEST MALE ACT- Central Cee

BEST FEMALE ACT – Pink Pantheress

ALBUM OF THE YEAR (joint winners)

Knucks – ‘Alpha Place’

Littlw Simz – ‘Sometimes I Might Be Introvert’

SONG OF THE YEAR – Dreya Mac, Felixthe1st & Finch Fetti – ‘Own Brand (BADDIE)’

BEST NEWCOMER – Bru-C

VIDEO OF THE YEAR – Central Cee– ‘Doja’

BEST R&B/SOUL ACT – Mahalia

BEST GRIME ACT – D Double E

BEST HIP HOP ACT – D Block Europe

BEST DRILL ACT – K-Trap

BEST INTERNATIONAL ACT – Burna Boy

BEST PERFORMANCE IN A TV SHOW/FILM – Kane Robimson (KANO) As Sully – Top Boy

BEST MEDIA PERSONALITY – Nella Rose

BEST ALTERNATIVE MUSIC ACT – Bob Vylan

BEST ELECTRONIC/DANCE ACT – Nia Archives

BEST AFRICAN MUSIC ACT – Burna Boy

BEST GOSPEL ACT – Still Shadey

BEST JAZZ ACT – Ezra Collective

BEST CARIBBEAN MUSIC ACT – Skillibeng

BEST PRODUCER – Inflo

LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD – Nile Rodgers

OUTSTANDING CONTRIBUTION AWARD – Craig David

PAVING THE WAY AWARD SUPPORTED BY BBC 1XTRA – Jamal Edward Mbe

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BON renames award category after late Sammie Okposo

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The Best of Nollywood (BON) Awards has renamed one of its categories after Sammie Okposo.

Okposo, the gospel singer, passed away last Friday, with associates revealing much later that he died in his sleep.

BON, in a statement on Wednesday, said it was renaming its ‘Best Soundtrack Category’ to honour the music star.

The 2022 edition of the BON Awards is set to hold on Saturday, December 3, in Owerri, Imo state.

The renaming, the organisers said, comes as part of last-minute changes “to make the edition a memorable one.”

Speaking on the latest development, Seun Oloketuyi, the founder of BON Awards, said: “Sammie Okposo in his lifetime was a force, and he did a lot for the growth of gospel music in Nigeria and beyond.

“We are not a music award, but we feel the need to honour him in some way. This was what inspired us to rename the Best Soundtrack category after him. His loss will be felt by all and this is just a way to immortalize him.”

Oloketuyi said Hope Uzodinma, the host of the 2022 edition of the BON Awards, has opened his doors wide for the entertainment industry, particularly the movie sector, to contribute to the financial growth of Imo state’s economy.

“This is the 14th edition and the second time this indigenous movie awards will be held in the southeast,” he said.

“One of the reasons we decided to host the awards in Imo this year is because the history and story of Nollywood will not be complete without mentioning Imo state.

“There are lots of Imo indigenes who have done well in the industry.”

The hosts for this edition, it is understood, are the actor duo of Lateef Adedimeji and Queen Nwokoye.

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