Music stars, Cynthia Morgan, Baba Dee and sensational female drummer, Ara are ready to release full bodies of music material.
Dancehall star, Cynthia Morgan in an exclusive interview with Entertainment News on Channels TV said her yet to be titled debut album will be released “before the end of the year (2015) or first quarter of next year (2016)”.
Although details of the album are hush-hush at the moment, the ‘German Juice’ crooner confirmed co-star, Burna Boy as well as music duo PSquare are guest artistes on the album and that she’s trying to give a 100%.
Also, singer Baba Dee, who released his last album (digital) titled Boom Box about two years ago, is ready to release a full album, featuring artistes including Burna Boy, Harrysong, Terry G and others.
Sensational drummer and singer, Ara, in an exclusive chat with EN confirmed she will be dropping her highly anticipated debut album after many years of being a performing artiste of international repute.
The singer, however, did not give a time frame for the release but the album which features Fuji star, Pasuma is almost ready.
After a seizure scare on Friday Aug. 9th, music star Chris Brown proved that he was back in shape on Aug. 11th when he played a charity basketball game against LAPD.
Chris Brown was spotted on the court smiling and having a fun yesterday as he took part in the “L.A. Unity Games” at Locke High School. He represented his charity team Symphonic Love Foundation squad in a friendly match against the LAPD.
“Chris Brown came out today with his Team Breezy to play basketball against the LAPD team at Alain Leroy Locke College Prep Academy gym. He just came out to get the community out and have some fun and try to get the message out to reduce violence,” an eyewitness said.
Not only did the star play well, he scored some points. Chris brown, 24, is said to have suffered seizures as a child but on Friday he refused any immediate medical help for his non-epileptic seizure.