Snowbird has been working very hard to give his fans hits, he finally decides to drop the long anticipated collaboration with Erigga and shuunbebe titled them dey craze. Them dey craze is a song that will bLow your mind and put you on your feet
Download and share with friends while we anticipate his upcoming ep
After a two year hiatus by the rapgod, he’s back to reintroduce himself to the Music scene by starting up the 2022 calendar with a banger EP out the gate, created with soothing sounds across different genres of Music to prove his versatility. Latnok Music is here to stay and there’s no debate about it. See track list below
Yung2 is here again with another banger titled Nleka ( the money) .
The young rapper decides to drop Nleka from the most anticipated ep tilted ( The Bag) to celebrate his birthday with is July 4 2021. Nleka is a mind blowing jam that will blow your mind. Download and share with friends and family while the full ep drops very soon
Akewusola Nasir Toyin also known as Nazzy T born 16th of October is a Nigerian Afrobeat Singer, Songwriter and Performing Artists. He grew up in Ekiti State where he attended his primary and secondary school and later further his education in FIRST MARK INNOVATION SCHOOL OF TECHNOLOGY where he studied Networking and System Security. Nazzy T developed passion for music at a very tender age of 10. He released his first Single titled CELEBRATE produced by O Bams Record.
Former Minister of Aviation, Femi Fani-Kayode, has hit back at the National Leader of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Asiwaju Bola Tinubu, over his comments on the Lekki toll gate protesters, who were shot at by uniformed men.
Tinubu, while on a visit to Lagos State Governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu, on Saturday questioned why the End SARS protesters were at the toll gate at the time of the incident on Tuesday, October 20.
However, Fani-Kayode in a Facebook post on Sunday labelled them “stupid questions and baseless accusations”.
He also claimed Tinubu was trying to cover up the “horrendous crimes”.
“How cruel can you be? Not a word of condolence or expression of commiseration to the families of the dead but instead you offered stupid questions and baseless accusations against their wards and children who were butchered in the most brutal circumstances and heartless manner,” Fani-Kayode wrote.
He added that Tinub was attempting to blame the protesters for being shot to death by “a bunch of genocidal maniacs in uniform who subjected them to crimes against humanity, genocide and mass murder.
“You seek to cover up these horrendous crimes and you are attempting to dishonour and denigrate the dead and desecrate and mock the great sacrifice of these courageous young martyrs for democracy who were murdered in cold blood on the front lines in the field of battle?”