Wednesday, March 17, 2010
Thursday, September 17, 2009
Despite lots of interview bookings and events to minister in, this talented, fun-to-be-with and good-hearted Nigerian, who is not novice to the Nigerian music industry as one of its best male vocalists, had a lot to talk about in this interview with Jamati Entourage ‘Seun Johnson. In this encounter, Segun Obe, a successful gospel artist, talked about his entry into music, the industry so far, his passion for orphans, and his plans to collaborate with a rap artist in his upcoming single.
Wondering what the title of this write-up means I guess (lol)? Well we also had more from him, but this time, in his own writing, with an autograph to his fans around the world.
Wednesday, September 16, 2009
She is a lawyer-in-the-making and an environmentalist with thoughts of her fellow man at heart.This was actually evident during our conversation,as I almost lost track of time talking to her.She takes us on a journey through her non-governmental organization,her passion,her plans for the future and why she decided to take this “solo course”.She is no other person than Doyinsola Ogunye of Kids Clean Club.
Friday, September 4, 2009
Abubakar: I was born in Lagos,my late father was a diplomat while my mother was a business woman.I’m the last of three from my mother. I had my primary education in the United Kingdom ( Blackpool), secondary school at the Nigerian Military school and University at ABU both in Zaria, where I graduated with a degree in Law. I had my Law school in Enugu campus of the Nigerian law School. I worked in a Law firm for a year and a half before taking time off and then venturing into publishing.
Folarin Jackson, popularly known as ‘Flo’, a member of one of Nigeria’s most sensational and ground breaking hip hop brands “Kentro World“, had a lot to say in this interview with Jamati’s Entourage, ‘Seun Johnson.
Jamati Entourage, Nigeria’s ‘Seun Johnson catches up with Kelechi Ohia, the Nigerian-born, sexy diva, and lyrically skilled female rapper, known to many as Kel’, who launched into the Nigerian music scene with the hit single “Waa Waa Alright” in 2008.
The Nigerian music scene is definitely witnessing a renaissance, and X3M(extreme)Music, founded by Steve Babaeko, is one of the frontline record labels fanning the embers of the quiet revolution sweeping across Africa’s most populous nation.”Apart from promoting good music, they strongly believe in reconnecting African artistes living in the diaspora back to their roots.”