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TRENDING Juma Jux’s New Hot Girlfriend

It is on to the next one for Tanzanian hitmaker Juma Jux. Jux has been dating fellow singer, Vanessa Mdee until recently when they made public their break up. During an Instagram Q&A the Cash Madame singer told her fans that she and Jux were just but friends but will always be family.

“Wewe na Juma mmeachana??” posed a curious fan. To this Mdee said, “Ndio, lakini we are good friends and forever family.” Well, it seems like the Utaniua crooner might have moved on to a Caucasian beauty only identified as Nayika.

The two have been vacationing in the Serengeti for the past couple of days.

Just a couple of days ago, Jux and Mdee released a song dubbed “Sumaku” which we understand was recorded way before the heartbreaking split.

CHIEF DADDY MOVIE REVIEW: Everyone in the movie seemed to have come to the table with their F-Games – Anoke Adaeze

When Chief Beecroft died, the crying looked painfully rehearsed. Of course, it was rehearsed, but it wasn’t supposed to be painfully obvious.

Everyone in the movie seemed to have come to the table with their F-games.
First off, the movie ran dangerously low on emotions of any sort and what is anything of worth in the world without emotions.
The vibes exuded by most of the main cast lacked zest.
Everything seemed mechanical and hackneyed.
Rachael Oniga (Ajoke) tried though… Scratch that. The waterworks which was lacking in moisture, turned out to be poorly-schooled theatrics.
It seemed as though nobody truly cared about the deceased billionaire. He had barely been certified dead before the hovering buzzards swooped in to pick his remains.
Errr…Kemi (Joke Silva) seemed to care.
And boy, whatever Ini Edo did to her body, I want.
.

The directing of the movie was fundamentally wrong. Emotions were translated wrongly.
The director did a thoroughly crappy job.
So, Justina (Linda Ejiofor) hears of the Chief’s demise and goes straight from thinking ‘gone’ meant he’d gone on a vacation to talking about his will…how…just how?
It was a crazy and somewhat unrealistic way to react over the news of the death of a man who allegedly adopted her and spoiled her with the fine things of life.
Even if the director meant to portray the chief’s family and friends as buzzards, the delivery was still below the bar.
I winced whenever Falz said ‘basically’. It was the first time I thought of Falz as unimpressive. His scenes grated on my nerves. To say the very least.
The interpretation of emotions and synergy between the actors were poor.
They were all like strange bed fellows. Unfit puzzle pieces.
It’s no wonder the entire delivery was a little less serious than elementary school drama.
Chigul has some comedy talents that will be appreciated if she strips off some of the padded layers of mediocrity.
Bisola Aiyeola is an excellent…excellent actor. Her reaction when she was woken rudely by her ‘madam’ was everything. It was original.
In my opinion, she is currently about the most original actor in Nollywood.
The MC at the funeral ceremony is a perfect representation of everything Nigerian MCs are.
You pay them to keep your guests entertained and instead of being creative enough to come up with entertainment befitting of the occasion and guests, they insult guests and in some cases,their clients.
.
The wrap-up like the other parts of the film was not realistic.
I sincerely hope the producer resists the urge to do an encore.
Phew!

When Chief Beecroft died, the crying looked painfully rehearsed. Of course, it was rehearsed, but it wasn’t supposed to be painfully obvious.
Everyone in the movie seemed to have come to the table with their F-games.
First off, the movie ran dangerously low on emotions of any sort and what is anything of worth in the world without emotions.
The vibes exuded by most of the main cast lacked zest.
Everything seemed mechanical and hackneyed.
Rachael Oniga (Ajoke) tried though… Scratch that. The waterworks which was lacking in moisture, turned out to be poorly-schooled theatrics.
It seemed as though nobody truly cared about the deceased billionaire. He had barely been certified dead before the hovering buzzards swooped in to pick his remains.
Errr…Kemi (Joke Silva) seemed to care.
And boy, whatever Ini Edo did to her body, I want.
.
The directing of the movie was fundamentally wrong. Emotions were translated wrongly.
The director did a thoroughly crappy job.
So, Justina (Linda Ejiofor) hears of the Chief’s demise and goes straight from thinking ‘gone’ meant he’d gone on a vacation to talking about his will…how…just how?
It was a crazy and somewhat unrealistic way to react over the news of the death of a man who allegedly adopted her and spoiled her with the fine things of life.
Even if the director meant to portray the chief’s family and friends as buzzards, the delivery was still below the bar.
I winced whenever Falz said ‘basically’. It was the first time I thought of Falz as unimpressive. His scenes grated on my nerves. To say the very least.
The interpretation of emotions and synergy between the actors were poor.
They were all like strange bed fellows. Unfit puzzle pieces.
It’s no wonder the entire delivery was a little less serious than elementary school drama.
Chigul has some comedy talents that will be appreciated if she strips off some of the padded layers of mediocrity.
Bisola Aiyeola is an excellent…excellent actor. Her reaction when she was woken rudely by her ‘madam’ was everything. It was original.
In my opinion, she is currently about the most original actor in Nollywood.
The MC at the funeral ceremony is a perfect representation of everything Nigerian MCs are.
You pay them to keep your guests entertained and instead of being creative enough to come up with entertainment befitting of the occasion and guests, they insult guests and in some cases,their clients.
.
The wrap-up like the other parts of the film was not realistic.
I sincerely hope the producer resists the urge to do an encore.
Phew!
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Dirty Or Nah ? Proclaimed Kenyan Dancehall Queen Phieso Drops Another Hit Featuring Videz .

Kenyan J Capri hit maker after Wine tu kidogo Hit she Drops another jam featuring versatile Artist Videz hybrid

PHIESO featuring VIDEZ_HYBRID – WOMAN GET BUSY Official Video Now Playing on YouTube

She plays Dancehall, Reggea and a mixture of an uptown and downtown vibe.


This girl is a different breed of talent. She is a lyricist who promotes positivity and self-worth through her words. She is bringing dancehall music back to its roots and especially how herlyrics connects so well with her audience.

Actually this is the first Kenyan Dancehall Jam that has been Set in A Different style , bubbling up and Down others breaking in kutingisha viuno .

Watch “PHIESO X VIDEZ_HYBRID – WOMAN GET BUSY (Official Video)” on YouTube

There comes after Kenyans decided Play Kenyan music . and support there own artists what about the New Video ” shape It ”

She’s running into a big competition as the fast rising EAST African Dancehall Queen . Talk of The town Nairobi’s finest .
While majority of young people are lazing around and whining about the lack of jobs, Phieso aka Phieso Afficial is using her talent in music and modelling to make a living for herself.

Featuring Videz hybrid


been a music producer for the longest time of his life, Videz is well conversant with the trends in various fields of the entertainment industry hence his comments on wanting to see another direction taken by other artists starting with him on the forefront.

Bahati Must Be Your Mentor! Fan Responds To Willy Paul After Saying He Is To Release A Tv Reality Show

Gospel singer Willy Paul has revealed to his fans that he is set to release a television reality show dubbed the Pozzee way and his fans have not taken the news so well.

This comes moths after rival gospel singer Bahati started a reality show in one of our local media stations that airs once in a week and has so far been nominated to the Kalasha awards by the name Being Bahati.

Willy Paul has always caused a stir online from flaunting huge amounts of money, to taking cosy pictures with different artistes leading to his fans questioning his Born again nature with the sorts of behaviors he shows online.

The Bora Uhai hitmaker hinted this on his gram page and well, his fans think he is a copy cat and that he is just seeking attention.

Pozzee had time to also get back to his hater fans via the comments.

Ata jina tu ni mbaya! Bahati must be your mentor… Lol! A fan commented.

From me it is congratulations Pozzee for the milestones you are making. Waiting to have a view of what his show will be about.

Check out what he posted:

https://www.instagram.com/p/BphOJc6FETD/embed/captioned/?cr=1&v=12&wp=652&rd=null&rp=blank#%7B%22ci%22%3A0%2C%22os%22%3A4707.400000013877%7D

Gospel Singer Willy Paul Gets Attacked Online After Death Of Another Dancer

Gospel singer Willy Paul is having a very rough time online dealing with music and now the death of another dancer.

The Njiwa hit maker has always had male dancers who are always in his video songs and since he decided to recruit female dancers, people are now judging him after the deaths of his dancers.

Just recently, a female dancer by the name Val Smiley was laid to rest and after a week, another girl has passed on and people are going sham on the pilipili hit maker online.

We will all die at some point and we can never judge any person but leave the rest to the Almighty.

Willy shared a video of the lady dancing together with the late Val on his gram.

Check out what he posted:

Check out reactions from fans:

Dare A monkey play with our Kenyan woman and that’s your end of music career Vaga warns diamond platinum on tanasha

Hope They’ll will live together happily in Kenya. Either that or he will dump her because of his fans’ disapproval of her dressing and mannerisms that they term as ‘not marriage material’.

Since she went public with her relationship with Diamond Platnumz NRG radio presenter Tanasha Donna has come under heavy criticism.

A situation that often happens when a new lady dates Diamond Platnumz as the same situation was witnessed with Zari Hassan before his fans warmed up to her

“dare monkey play with our Kenyan woman and that’s your end of music career in our country ” after diamond replied to his insta #mashemeji and liking his new song “kidogo” hence vaga used diamonds relationship with tanasha to compare his current with her girlfriend.”mimi kumsifia tanasha na diamond kwa nyimbo yangu ni kwasababu ni Mtoto wetu WA kikenya hasa kutoka nyumbani kwe kwetu.

She’s Back With Another Hit whine tu kidogo Kenyan Dancehall Hit maker Phieso

Phieso the kenyan dancehall queen released her club banger “whine tu kidogo” recently but now she has a brand new fireee song to be released this december called woman get busy in collaboration with videz.The song is a feel good music,telling the fidigyaldemz to get busy and “shake that thing” phieso goes on to explain that the song was inspired by sean pauls song get busy.. https://youtu.be/rtyK4RmERBE

.Phieso lyrics are sick like cancer,if you hear her sing you will this its a jamaican singing cz she has sung in “patois” jamaican accent ,she admits to have been learning alot of patwa from a fellow rapper called snipa and he also contributed to the writing of the woman get busy lyrics..wait for the video.

. I absolutely love love dancehall music (which, for convenience, though I realize generic labels can be confusing and unhelpful, is the term I am using here to refer to the work of artists Kenyan & Jamaican (which, for convenience, though I realize generic labels can be confusing and unhelpful, is the term I am using here to refer to the work of artists I want to explain this passion, and

https://youtu.be/MnVVvEuPrJ4

best it upon you, like a mother bird regurgitating zany fandom down her offspring’s gullet.ncehall music (which, for convenience, though I realize generic labels can be confusing and unhelpful, is the term I am using here to refer to the work of artists like
Vybz Kartel, Mavado, Konshens, Gyptian, etc.). I want to explain this passion, and bestow it upon you, like a mother bird regurgitating zany fandom down her offspring’s gullet.

phieso Kenyan Fast rising Dancehall Artist is droppin

g Another New Jam This month .Kenyan Female Dancehall Artist Phieso is back after She Broke Her Leg Few months Ago whole She Was Performing A TV show On Citizen TV .After Her Long silence Let the dancehall heat do some soul healing dropping Her Jam That Features Videz hybrid