US-based Nigerian Actor, Rotimi, to feature in Eddie Murphy’s ‘Coming 2 America’

‘Power’ actor, Rotimi Akinosho, has been confirmed as one of the casts of Eddie Murphy’s ‘Coming 2 America.’ He will share the same stage with legendary Eddie Murphy in the upcoming sequel, ‘Coming 2 America’.     It was revealed that the R&B singer joined the new cast of the sequel early in August 2019. While Rotimi’s role is yet to be revealed, the actor has been confirmed to feature in the film alongside Wesley Snipes and another musician, Rick Ross.   Andre Coleman played by Rotimi Akinosho is one…

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MultiChoice Nigeria introduces new DStv, GOtv packages

Africa’s leading video entertainment company, MultiChoice, has unveiled five new packages for its DStv and GOtv platforms to deliver more quality content at great value for customers during the upcoming festive season and beyond. From December, DStv customers will have various options to choose from with the introduction of three new DStv packages: DStv Confam, DStv Yanga and DStv Padi as GOtv subscribers will also have GOtv Jolli and GOtv Jinja. Chief Executive Officer, Multi- Choice Nigeria, John Ugbe, speaking on this milestone, said the introduction of the new packages…

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Pascal Atuma gives 365- day report on his signees

Pascal Atuma, a Canadian-Nigerian Actor, Screenwriter, Film Producer, Director and CEO/Chairman TABIC Record Label, about a year ago introduced two talents; Amani Boss and AOD with promises to make them stars and send them to school. Pascal during a press conference talked about the progress of these artists, “over the last one year, everything we have promised in October 26 2018, we have done.   We said we were going to have their singles out all over the world and we have done that. They both have two music videos…

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Busola Dakolo vows to appeal as court dismisses rape suit

Busola Dakolo, celebrity photographer and wife of musician, Timi Dakolo, has said she will appeal the ruling of Justice Oathman Musa of a High Court of the FCT at Bwari, Abuja which dismissed her rape suit against the senior pastor of the Commonwealth of Zion Assembly (COZA), Biodun Fatoyinbo. Ruling on Thursday, Justice Musa had said the matter amounted to injustice and an abuse of judicial process as the case was empty and purely sentimental, adding that the suit was aimed more at cruelty than obtaining justice. The court also…

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AKA demands apology from Burna Boy ahead of show in South Africa

South African rapper, AKA, wants Burna Boy to apologise to him before he visits South Africa for his forthcoming grand performance. This is another indication that the lingering rift between the duo is yet to wane. The South African rapper took to his Twitter page on Wednesday, where he posted a series of tweets. He demanded that Burna Boy apologises for the statement he made a few months ago during the xenophobic attacks in South Africa. “Ek se …@burnaboy all we want is an apology. We know is not perfect.…

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D’Banj, ex-manager, Bankulli in messy fight

Nigerian producer, artiste manager, singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, Bankulli, visited Pulse Nigeria for an hour-long chat about his career, his come-up, his career as a manager and connector. Bankulli is known to have worked with Beyonce and Jay Z. He has writing credits on Watch The Throne, Jay Z’s collaboration with buddy, Kanye West. He also wrote and performed on Beyonce’s album, The Lion King: The Gift. About a year ago, his recording of Kanye West dancing to ‘Immediately’ by Mystro went viral on social media. During his visit to…

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Living in Bondage: Breaking Free sets records with N25m in first weekend

In the recent ranking released by the Cinema Exhibitors Association of Nigeria (CEAN), Living in Bondage: Breaking Free has emerged top of the country’s box office after raking in over N25 million in its first weekend. The newly-released Nollywood movie starring Ramsey Nouah, Kennth Okonkwo, Kanayo. O. Kanayo, Nancy Isime, among others, is ahead of Terminator: Dark Fate in terms of earnings as the 2019 American science fiction action film raked in N12.6 million. Maleficent: Mistress of Evil grossed N8.2 million to rank third on the chart while Gemini Man…

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Nathaniel Bassey, Tope Alabi, others prep as ‘Unusual Praise’ features Entrepreneurship Scheme

The 2019 edition of the annual mega gospel event, Praise Unusual, will be held at The Periwinkle Estate, Freedom Way, Lekki Phase 1, Lagos. The mega outdoor praise session is themed, ‘Declare The Glory Of The Lord Among Nations’. The event which is targeted at Nigerians across all tribes and faiths, will be held at 5pm on Friday, November 29, 2019. Some of the gospel singers expected to grace the show and share the session with congregants are: Nathaniel Bassey, Panam Percy Paul, Chioma Jesus, Tope Alabi, Big Bolaji and…

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Wizkid, Tiwa Savage, Oritsefemi, others storm DJ Neptune’s Lagos gig

Imohiosen Patrick, better known as DJ Neptune, has ended this year in a grand style with his concert, Sounds of Neptune, held last Saturday at Muri Okuntola Park, Victoria Island, Lagos. For the concert, which attracted big names such as Wizkid, Tiwa Savage, Oritsefemi, Jimmy Jatt, Neptune gave a good account of himself despite being his first major concert. Speaking with journalists after the show, the popular DJ admitted that it wasn’t easy to set up the show as he wanted to give people a different experience. He said: “Being…

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Africa’s first teen channel for December 1 launch

Never before has this been done and in the history of broadcasting in Africa, the first indigenous television channel for Teenagers in Africa launches on December 1st in Lagos. “Teen Africa TV is a new and exciting niche television channel poised to be the FIRST platform for Teenagers in the African Broadcast Space, running for 24 hours daily across African countries and targeting first line audiences of pre-teens, teenagers aged 13 to 19 and second base young adults and the family. Our programming has the best of original content in…

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