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Twins Affair  drop this new song titled  'MELODY'  Taye and Kehinde are both Music graduate of Delta State University, Abraka, and are former Music Lecturers/Resident Music Producers at the popular PEFTI Film Institute, Lagos owned by the doyen of Nigerian entertainment industry, Wale Adenuga Production of the Super Story and Papa Ajasco fame.  

Twins Affair who are top flight music producers have produced for top Nigerian artistes such as LKT, Dr.Pat, Yung6ix, A-Q, Ms.Chief, just to mention a few. Here is a new song titled 'MELODY'
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Kazeem Olawale Adio popularly called K’Zed makes a re-appearance after dropping singles and video 
to Wagbayi, Dream, and the wedding tune (Iwo ft. Pjay) still enjoying massive airplay and a few months old mixtape collaboration.  He is back with this street hop  single titled Kilofa Esu. Download, Listen and Share your comments.
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Chinedu
 Chinedu Ubachukwu has emerged winner of the 11th edition of Gulder Ultimate Search.

Chinedu beat the two other finalists Cosy Joe & Afolabi Emmanuel to the ultimate prize by being the only person to complete the final task of retrieving the General’s War Helmet. This victory came after the 24-year-old graduate of Petroleum & Gas at University of Port Harcourt successfully navigated his way through the forest and managed to row his canoe across the heavy currents of Aguleri River.

The other two warriors failed in their bids to get to the mysterious destination across the waters.

With this achievement, the native of Anambra State will exchange the treasure for a whopping N10million and a brand new SUV.

As soon as Chinedu located & retrieved the General’s War Helmet, anchorman Chidi Mokeme inducted him into the exclusive Order of Heroes as the 11th “Ultimate Man”.

The other finalists will get cash prizes for the positions they finished in.

On the other hand, Otto Canon has won the Viewers’ Choice award, thus becoming the proud owner of a brand new SUV in addition to the prize money he gets for being the 3rd runner up.
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Samantha Appi, the Last Woman Standing also gets a reward of a brand new 2014 Urban Ford Ecosport SUV in addition to the prize money for being a contestant on the show.

The Winner's Party will take place at Women Development Centre, Awka on the 1st of November 2014 at 5pm.

To get an invite, follow the conversation on social media #GUSTheMission

The reality show began with a total of 14 contestants, 7 of whom are male: Iwuoha Ikenna, 24, from Imo State; Nwagboso Joshua, 27 from Abia State; Emedike Ikenna, 28, from Anambra State; Nne Cosy Joe, 28, Rivers State; Ubachukwu Chinedu, 24, from Anambra State; Otto Canon Chimenem, 25, from Rivers State; and Afolabi Emmanuel Olusegun, 29, from Lagos State.

The 7 female contestants are: Iroh Noela, 25, from Imo State; Appi Samantha, 25, from Bayelsa State; Erijakpor Loretta, 30, from Delta State; Robinson Sharon, 26, from Delta State; Eriata Blessing Ese, 21, from Edo State; Addoh Evi, 22, from Delta State and Nwagbagiro Sandra, 25, from Anambra State.


Just a few more hours to go and a new ultimate man will emerge from the belly of the Aguleri forest in Anambra State. The big question is - Who will it be? Who will be the 11th Ultimate Man? Who will take home the grand prize of a brand new SUV in addition to N10million prize money?

The three remaining elite warriors, Afolabi Emmanuel, Ubachukwu Chinedu & Cosy Joe are on their way to a mysterious destination where the General’s War Helmet is waiting to be taken by the ultimate one.

A night before, Otto Canon who had won the Viewers’ Choice for three consecutive weeks was evicted for not being able to solve a complicated picture puzzle.

No female contestant made it to the final three, as Samantha Appi, who was the last woman standing was evicted in Episode 25.

Interestingly, there is a third opportunity for a car prize, as the contestant who emerges as overall winner of the on-going Viewers’ Choice also gets a brand new Ford Focus car.

Do not miss the season finale of Gulder Ultimate Search XI tonight.

The show is broadcast on Africa Magic World (DSTV), Real -Stars (Star Times), Minaj TV Obosi (Terrestrial), Ebony Life TV (DSTV), Galaxy TV (Lagos, Ibadan and Ondo), Hip TV (DSTV & GoTV), Nigezie (Star Times) and WapTV (Star Times) from 10pm to 11pm, and on the AIT Network from 10:30pm to 11:30pm.
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The TV series of the year is premiering tomorrow at Silverbird cinema, Ikeja.. Join the likes Moet Abebe of Sound City, David Nnaji, Shawn Faqua, Maryjane Ugbaja, Segun Arinze, Monalisa Chinda and the likes.

So we know you want free invites to mingle with the influx of these celebrities and we decided to bring to your views simple ways to win an invite. Its Freebies Thursday so head down to Twitter Follow @OasisTVseriesNG and @RCCGCityOfDavid follow the conversation their platform and that's all.

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There are two key words that focus the reader’s attention on the subject of this article: VTEK beyond just a Producer and the mentioned of P-Square's name in the heading. One accentuates and influences the other.

Well the fact that one of the world’s greatest talents from Africa, a Nigerian to be precise; VTEK have his name mentioned during a discussion among media personalities which I was one of them few days ago lead to this write up. I would love to have option of others on this issue, feel free to share your personal opinion on the issue.

I am always bitter when the name VTEK is only associated and tagged as P-Square’s Producer only leaving out other amazing achievements this young multi-talented act had achieved and still achieving.  VTEK have a reviving present and a promising future than many of the celebrated music producers today. Don’t get me wrong.

I think it will be nice to share my thought on this issue. Not only about VTEK but he just happened to be the subject in question that trigger this write up.

Many amazing talents in the entertainment and music industry gets ignored and not properly appreciated because of sentimental mindsets of certain powerful people in the industry. Sometime hardworking group member contributing the most part which is bring the group to the spotlight, Music Producer who contributed more to records unlike other beat makers, Promoters who goes beyond just promoting the records, offering uncharged artist development services, DJ who never used his influence with as a radio or club dj on fast rising acts, demanding ridiculous amount of money before song can be added to his playlist, Bloggers like Demola and Ovie of Notjustok who doesn’t charge to feature songs on their blog, same to Ms.Uduak of Africa Music Law, who out of her busy schedule still find time to educate music business entrepreneurs with her posts on AML, the list goes on.

What Does Uncelebrated Mean? Several related phrases define the word “uncelebrated.”   Phrases like not publicly acclaimed; unrecognized; obscure; unsung or not formally or officially honored.

Is VTEK an Unsung celebrity? Or Creditably Uncelebrated ?

Now let’s explore what lead to the VTEK’s appraisal argument session among 4 other ladies and my humble self which inspire this article.

I was hanging out with some colleagues in the entertainment industry who are obviously older than me when P-Square’s song was played and in within VTEK name was mentioned.
The lady that mentioned his name said; I heard the boy VTEK is really good in production but what is he doing with music again, must he join others in singing? … That was how the debate and argument started.

First she said when P-Square’s song ‘Eje Ajo’ was played on Beat Fm, Lagos; Hmmmm! Great song and instrumental, I don’t really like this song when I first heard it but I love the beat from the 1st day but now this is one of my favorites P-Square sound in recent time.  One of the ladies, an OAP on Orange FM, Akure, Ondo State said Great song indeed but I don’t think Nigerians are ready for this, judging by the way some music fans attacked the P-Square when the song and video was released as singles before the album.

Seeing the direction the discussion was heading I quickly added my own opinion; To me the song is a game changer and any fan who hate the song is not truly P-Square’s fan. Kudos to VTEK the young man that produced and influence the sound, he is a great songwriter and artiste aside production you know.

What followed was a heated arguments which majorly fell on VTEK. While we pointed out being a producer/artiste is not a problem 2 ladies were literally against us until the lady from Akure, the Orange FM OAP started listing out what VTEK has done from his personal efforts to production credits which he also featured on and I joined in.
After the discussion, I thought about the issue and I must confess I felt bad based on the fact that we have many uncelebrated celebrities in Nigeria.
VTEK is one young multi-talented Artiste/Producer who doubles as a professional songwriter and audio mixing and mastering engineer.

For African most celebrated music group and one of the biggest stars in the continent to allow a young talent like him to single-handedly supervise their album project in terms overall of mixing and mastering, co-writes on the album then the young man had worked himself a direct celebrity ticket.  I remembered one of the ladies saying but producing P-Square’s album does not make him a celebrity.

To me VTEK’s celebrating achievement is beyond the P-Square’s album judging by the fact he showed us he is capable with his effort on Eedris Abdulkareem’s “I GO WHOOZ” where he said the hook and producing it. Also between Mode 9 and Eedris Abdulkareem he also shows he can deliver when it comes to music on DJ Vinne’s ‘Bad Guys Ballers’. His personal song ‘Spotlight’ featuring Capital FEMI. His T.MIX featured delivery on T.Pain’s official EP track “Dream” which gain many thumbs up. His contribution on so many song including Sheyman’s recent releases and the P-Square’s album, Niyola’s new song and someone is saying the boy VTEK does not deserved to be celebrated, do you agreed or disagreed with her?

Not only VTEK but many others like I mentioned early deserved to be celebrated. It’s time to face the fact and let us celebrate and appreciate those needed to be celebrated and appreciated.

I will try my best to hook up with VTEK real soon to talk about his achievements and more things. I believe he truly deserves to be celebrated and appreciated more.
Have you ever met with VTEK? What was your first impression of him when it comes to music? Kindly send your opinion and impression about him to me via beanballmedia.box@gmail.com.
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Samsung probably named the combo Lite because its one of the most affordable Smart Phone from Samsung, hence they tagged it Lite on Pocket, Big on Specs.

The device launched in Nigeria recently and it has been doing massively well in terms of sale.
On some of the reasons why you should get the phone, we highlighted 8 of them.

Reasons You Should Get The Galaxy Ace4 Lite
- It has the most advanced OS (Android KitKat 4.4), Enhanced performance, and greater productivity.
- You'll get free N500 airtime of your choice
- It has an S Voice, which lets users control their smartphones with voice commands
- It features a 4-inch screen, and packs a 1.2GHz processor coupled with 512MB of RAM
-You don’t need to worry about where to save ur favorite music, videos, photos, they both have free 50 GB Cloud   memory from Drop Box
- The 4GB of inbuilt storage on the #GalaxyAce4Lite can be expanded further up to 64GB (via microSD card)
- Unlike the Ace 3, it has 3G connectivity
- It has a 24 Months Warranty and is available in Nigeria for just 16,900 Naira.

The device is available in all accredited telecoms distributors nationwide or you can order directly from Samsung via  http://www.samsungnation.com.ng/galaxyace4-trendlite/galaxyace4.html