Choose your true friends selectively, says Uwera Borah

Sexy socialite, humanitarian and entrepreneur Uwera Tracy Borah has called on people to scrutinize their fellows before they make them friends.

The queen of social scene said when it comes to choosing friends, people need to be selective because nowadays people don’t the true meaning of friendship and loyalty. She said this while posting on her social media platforms.

“Be very selective when it comes to choosing friends, People nowadays don’t know the true meaning of friendship and loyalty,” Uwera Borah posted.

Of recent, many people have been betrayed by those they call true friends and it is indeed important to be selective when choosing a friend.

Malaikah releases new single featuring Flint Bedrock  

Malaiwain singer Malaikah’s has released her new single ‘Let You Go’. ‘Let You Go’ featuring Flint Bedrock was released on 19th January 2018. The song was produced by UK number 1 producer Rymez.

Dropbox video download link: https://www.dropbox.com/s/1mw7u6b6bxjqzak/singlevid.MOV?dl=0

‘Let You Go’ is a RnB/Pop song with afro beats and dancehall flavours. The song encourages women not to settle for less than what they deserve in relationships particularly within certain cultures where women have no voice and are practically trapped in marriage due to religious and cultural beliefs. The single challenges women to find their voice and be free of abusive relationships.

Malaikah is a Malawian born singer/songwriter who grew up in Zimbabwe before moving to England. Malaikah released her debut single “Falling For You” in July 2017, the single was widely covered around the world and landed her the reputation of being a bit after a “bad girl.” The song sought to encourage women to be more outspoken within relationships about their sexual desires. Malaikah argued the lack of communication led to unhappy relationships,infidelity and divorce.

Follow Malaikah on social media:

Twitter – https://twitter.com/malaikahmusic

Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/Mala1ka

Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/mala1ka

Official website – http://www.malaikaofficial.co.uk

Flint Bedrock is a Zimbabwean born U.K singer/songwriter, rapper & music producer. Flint first made waves in 2011 with the release of his debut single “Dreamer.” His Latest single “Can’t Bring Me Down” was released in January 2017.

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Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/flintbedrock

Official – http://www.flintbedrock.com

Miss Pru releases Fire Video for ‘Isaga Lam’

Miss Pru has finally released visuals for her latest hit single “Isaga Lam” featuring La Sauce, Gigi Lamayne, Nadia Nakai and Londie London.

Shot by Ambitiouz Visuals, the video is powerful, dominant, sexy and the best representation from SA’s leading female artists.  Miss Pru is seen carried in by well-built men dressed in sexy royal clothing. La Sauce carrying the song with her chorus, she is seen in a bathtub full of money with a dominant aura.

Gigi Lamayne as the wild fire in the game, we introduce Gigi Lamayne as a party boss. She is seen performing from on top of a dinner table while a group of men are seated having dinner around her. Lastly, Nadia Nakai who is no stranger to the sexy, flawless look. Nadia is an influence to many women and we capture that in scenes where she is the lead of a room full of sexy women dancing in lingerie.

This follows the release her previous visuals “uGesi” featuring Emtee, Sjava, Saudi, Kid Tini and Neo on the hook which received an immense amount of positive response and airplay.

Watch “Isaga Lam” video right here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SVgBYYnn7wc

HiPipo Music Awards seal partnership with Afro Music Pop TV

As part of HiPipo Music Awards’ commitment to recognize, reward and appreciate musicians from across Africa, we are glad to announce the entry of Afro Music Pop TV; as our official continental TV partner.

Afro Music Pop is the largest exporter of African music and culture to the world broadcasting across Africa on DSTV 326 and GoTV 76.  In the UAE, Malaysia, Qatar, it is available on QtelMedia.

While unveiling this development, Innocent Kawooya, the HiPipo CEO noted that this partnership is timely as it will go a long way in showcasing how HiPipo Music Awards is playing a critical role in promoting African music and culture alike.

“We welcome Afro Music Pop TV, a well-known TV across the continent. Afro Music Pop comes with its massive broadcast expertize and continental reputation. Through Afro Music Pop TV, #HiPipoMusicAwards will be able to reach millions of African music fans across the continent and Asia. For us, this is a major boost, mainly for East African music,” Kawooya noted.

“HiPipo is committed to celebrating, honoring, and sustaining African music’s past, present, and future.” Innocent Kawooya added.

As part of this partnership, Afro Music Pop TV will broadcast HiPipo Music Awards pre-finale build-ups including category reviews and airing nominees’ songs. On the grand finale, the TV will broadcast live the event for at-least one hour. This will be followed with post event highlights and reviews.

The 6th HiPipo Music Awards are slated for 17th March 2017 at the Kampala Serena Hotel.

Voting (website and social media) in the over 50 categories is already underway. Early bird tickets are also already on the market.

‘Things You Miss For Not Having Sex’- Zari Hassan

South African based Ugandan socialite Zari Hassan has listed 10 things you miss for not having sex. Here is here list as posted on her wall.

A lot of people might have told you that you miss a lot for not having “sex”, the answer is capital “yes” you miss a lot and would continue missing them:

  1. You miss contracting HIV/AIDS
  2. You miss unwanted pregnancy.
  3. You miss being unwanted husband/wife
  4. You miss having sexually transmitted disease.
  5. You miss having unwanted child.
  6. You miss being a school dropout.
  7. You miss having a broken home.
  8. You miss making God and your parents sad.
  9. You miss barrenness due to abortions.
  10. You miss having a destroyed career prospects and lastly, you miss going to hell.

Have you seen that you really miss a lot by not having sex? My fellow brethren, your life worth more than five minutes enjoyment that can destroy your life forever. Preserve your body not just for your future husband or wife but for mighty God. So we shall continue to miss every negativity in our lives in Jesus mighty name AMEN.

Nigerian Artiste Geniuzz Releases New Single “Detty” In East Africa

Nigerian afro-pop artiste Geniuzz – signed to the renowned African music label Effyzzie Music Group/Rebel Movement releases a brand new single, DETTY in East Africa. The high-octane single off his acclaimed 2017 EP “A Slice of Geniuzz” was produced by hit producer Philkeyz. In the single he teams up with international company, Dancehall Funk for a dance video shot in Russia.

Watch “Detty” on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pXt4G-UpgPY

The video features an all-girl high energy dance choreography for the song directed by Yana Markeshina. Speaking about his new release and plans for East Africa in 2018, he says, “I have been working on my music for a long time and I have always wanted to connect with my East African fans who continue to show me love. I am also planning to come to East Africa soon so am excited for that.”

On the up-tempo DETTY, Geniuzz bares it all as he infectiously sings about having a good time. Known for his hits “Underrate” featuring fellow label mate Yemi Alade and “Firewood”, he brings yet another certified afro –pop hit set to rule the music charts across Africa.

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www.effyzziemusic.com

Kenyan Artist Rosa Features Naiboi on Her Latest Single

“INSIDE” Talented Kenyan artiste Rosa has released a new single “Inside” featuring ‘PROBLEM’ hit maker Naiboi – produced by renowned Kenyan producer Jegede of Pacho Entertainment. The urban pop smash love song has bits of Swahili, Luo and English showcasing Rosa’s versatility and growth musically.

Speaking on the inspiration behind the song, Rosa says “Inside defines my style moving forward and having Naiboi on the track gives it a feel different from my usual style” adding, “It’s a fun song that still has a very serious meaning when put it in reality and one that we can easily to relate to.” The music video of “Inside” has been directed by one of the most sought after music directors VJ One.

As she continues to solidify her brand in Kenya and beyond, Rosa is currently planning on working with more acts in the industry and is keen on releasing hits and seeing the entertainment industry rise this year.

Rosa Akinyi is a one of the most versatile artistes in Kenya. Her music is a blend of afro soul, pop, R&B with a dash of acoustic sound. With a husky voice and looks to kill, the multi-talented artist is unique thanks to her versatile sound that seamlessly cuts across genres.

Rosa came into the spotlight following her amazing rendition of Sauti Sol’s “Nishike”. She later released her debut album “Original Copy”.

The 12-track album was a blend of several genres that showcased Rosa’s vocal capability and diversity while also embracing different languages and different styles. To interview Rosa or receive “Inside” audio/video, kindly place a request via clientelepr1@gmail.comFOR MORE: Mchezo ni Kwako:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gx0TtWzjWLMUnipende:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=idZOVPVadK4Rudi

Nyumbani: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vuJRJ48FWfM

Nigerian Artiste Skales releases new single “Kpete Wicked” in East Africa

After delivering mega performances in Uganda and Kenya last December, Top Nigerian Afro Beats artiste, Skales, releases another hit record “KPETE WICKED” to set off East African dance floors on fire. This Jay Pizzle-produced track is off his successful 2017 sophomore album “The Never Say Never Guy.” KPETE WICKED is a mid-tempo song that incorporates traditional Yoruba acoustics with short saxophone interludes by Rick, creating an overarching groovy sound.

Watch KPETE WICKED on YouTube: https://youtu.be/Gv10xeoIbCE

Speaking of his first release of 2018, Skales says, “I am excited to share this new heat especially with my East African family and fans. This is just the beginning! I hope to drop more hits and hopefully some collaborations with artistes from East Africa.” The video shot in Toronto, Canada, showcases Skales adorned in colorful floral prints, celebrating with bottles of champagne. It is a video beaming with high spirits and was directed by Tee Tash. The song sees Skales recounting his blessings, according to him “I feel no more pain; God don answer my prayer.”

Known for delivering mega hits like “Temper” and “Shake Body”, some of the biggest Nigerian tunes to hit East Africa, Skales has been dominating music charts across Africa with smash hit singles “Agolo” and “Booty Language” featuring Ghanaian rapper Sarkodie. He is working with top East African artistes and is set to release more hits in 2018.

Skales is a songwriter and performing artiste who propelled to fame following the Pan African success of his hit singles: “Temper”, “Shake Body”, “Mukulu”, “Keresimesi” and “Komole”. Other monumental singles include his 2009 debut single, “Must Shine” and “Heading for a Grammy” that was inspired by Kanye West’s “Jesus Walks”.

Skales has performed in the US, UK, Ethiopia, Seychelles, Canada and Uganda. He is also the first Nigerian artist to Co-headline a major Reggae beach fest in Dubai with Kymani Marley. In 2013 he performed at Felaberation. After departing from Empire Mates Entertainment in May 2014, he established his record label OHK Music. He is also currently signed to Baseline Record Label. In 2015, Skales released his album ‘Man of the Year’. In 2016, his smash hit ‘Temper’ featuring Burna Boy received massive airplay and was featured on a short documentary made by Major Lazer whilst touring in Africa.