Richard Chibuzor Orji, popularly known as Faze on Saturday said that he is currently collaborating with his members of his former group to produce a new album.
Faze, who was a guest in Channels Television’s weekend breakfast show – Sunrise, said that the relationship between him, Tuface and blackface is still very cordial and that their break up was for the best interest of their personal career.
The Singer spoke more about his relationship with his girlfriend and their plans to get married soon. He further tells his fans plans to thrill them with new releases soon.
Watch the video for an in-depth interview with originator of the kolomental vibe.
Champions Newspaper honoured the Edo State Governor; Adam Aliu Oshiomhole of the Action Congress of Nigeria with the ‘Man of the Year award’ for putting in so much hard work towards the development of his state in the last four years.
An award previously won by the Governor of Lagos State; Babatunde Raji Fashola also from the Action Congress of Nigeria had notable people in attendance including the Lagos State governor himself who lent his unwavering support to Governor Adams Oshiomhole while accepting the award.
Disco legend Donna Summer died Thursday at age 63, reportedly after a battle with cancer. “Early this morning, we lost Donna Summer Sudano, a woman of many gifts, the greatest being her faith,” the singer’s family said in a statement on Thursday.
“While we grieve her passing, we are at peace celebrating her extraordinary life and her continued legacy. Words truly can’t express how much we appreciate your prayers and love for our family at this sensitive time,” the statement added.
TMZ an online entertainment blog was the first to report the singer’s death, and the site reports that she was recording an album at the time of her death.
The Grammy-winning singer, nicknamed the Queen of Disco, had numerous hits in both the 1970s and 1980s, including “Last Dance,” “She Works Hard for the Money” and “Bad Girls.” Her duet with Barbra Streisand, “No More Tears (Enough Is Enough)” was one of four Summer’s songs that topped the Billboard Top 100 charts.
Summer was the first female artist to chart with back-to-back multi-platinum double albums.
She appeared in the 1978 film, “Thank God It’s Friday,” which won the best original song Oscar for “Last Dance.” Summer also appeared twice on the 1990s hit TV show “Family Matters,” playing Steve Urkel’s Aunt Oona from Altoona. In 2011, she was a guest judge on music reality show “Platinum Hit,” and she performed with the female finalists on the 2008 “American Idol” finale.
Summer won five Grammy Awards and six American Music Awards, and charted three multi-platinum albums.
In 2009, she sang at the Nobel Peace Prize Concert honouring President Barack Obama in Oslo, Norway.
Musician Questlove of The Roots tweeted, “I know that the whole ‘disco sucks’ stuff left a bad taste in the mouths of some. But Summer’s work was really a credible legacy.”
Also Mario Lopez tweeted “R.I.P Donna Summer … I remember roller skating to hits like ‘Last Dance’ ‘Hot Stuff’ & ‘Bad Girls.’ Synonymous with the 70’s.”
Summer was also a formally trained painter. In 2010, she told Atlantic City Weekly that she sold her first painting for $38,000 and thought, “I may want to stop singing now.” Summer estimated she had sold close to a million dollars’ worth of art.
She is survived by her husband, musician Bruce Sudano, three daughters, and four grandchildren.
Talents in South-South Nigeria will now be promoted better with more confidence as a new platform for the promotion of talents emanating from that region with the launch of an entertainment Magazine Urban Royal was launched in Lagos.
The Magazine will focus on Entertainment, Lifestyle, Culture, Arts in the South-South.
Solution Media and InfoTech Limited; a company founded in Nigeria with focus on the showbiz industry, assured Nigerians during the celebration of their one year anniversary as a company that it has all it takes to organise a successful show.
Nigerian Artistes Tuface and MI were present for the celebration as Nigerians trooped out to grace the occasion.
Cash gifts were also given to winners of dance competition as a reward.
The 16-time Grammy-winning pop star and actress, Beyonce Knowles, has been named as the ‘Most Beautiful Woman in the World by an international People Magazine’s poll. Although a mother, Beyonce made it to the top of the coveted list, the magazine reported. The 30-year-old singer, while reacting to the title said she delivered her first child, daughter Blue Ivy, in a private executive suite at New York’s Lenox Hill Hospital on January 7 and according to her “I feel more beautiful than I’ve ever felt because I’ve given birth…I have never felt so connected, never felt like I had such a purpose on this earth.” Beyonce who has been married to Jay-Z for four years now, joins the ranks of other stars who have topped the most beautiful woman list, including Halle Berry, Jennifer Aniston, Angelina Jolie and Jennifer Lopez, who won last year. The Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton, who celebrates her first wedding anniversary to Prince William this weekend, is named the 10th most beautiful woman in the world. Below is a full list: 1. Beyonce Knowles 2. Sofia Vergara 3. Charlize Theron 4. Lily Collins 5. Madeleine Stowe 6. Christina Hendricks 7. Michelle Williams 8. Paula Patton 9. Miranda Lambert 10. Kate Middleton