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Some secular artistes who took us to church at one point in time

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Timaya: Ogologomma – Sometimes it’s hard to reconcile the fact that the Timaya who sang the spiritually-driven Ogologomma, is the same one who gave us ‘Bum Bum’.
The song lifted so many hearts at the beginning of his career.

P-Square: Bunieya Enu – This remake of the traditional gospel song was so popular that it threatened to overshadow the original.

Phyno ft Olamide: Fada Fada – It’s one of those songs you low key wished could find its way into a praise session. Although I heard it was played in some churches at the time.

Yemi Alade ft Selebobo: Na Gode –  The song is filled with gratitude and has a heartfelt feel to it. Side note, using a gospel song as the first single from her Mama Africa album was a risk that paid off.

Duncan Mighty: Jesus Bu Eze – I think he has the gift for gospel music, cos he sings it a little too well. Songs like Jesus Bu Eze and others seem to come from a genuine place.

Flavour: Keneya – The gospel song made us forget about the artist’s usual provocative ‘waist-whining’ image, and instead it took us to the spiritual realm.

Simi: Ayo – This soulful song struck a chord with listeners immediately it was released, but then she started her career as a gospel singer so…

D’banj: Superstar – One of the few songs that managed to connect with fans when his career was on a decline (Post-Mo’Hits). Koko Master showed us a whole different side of him on the gospel song.

Humblesmith: Osinachi – A gospel song being the biggest hit of a secular artiste, isn’t God good?

Korede Bello: Godwin – The song easily won over gospel community. It’s a shame he didn’t continue in that lane. I mean, he was the first ‘fine boy wey love Jesus’ before Ebuka Songs and Moses Bliss.

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Mayorkun and some other Nigerian artists are all ritualists – Social media influencer Nicki dabarbie alleges after calling out Skiibii

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The internet has been hot with news of Nicki dabarbie dragging their favorite artist Skiibii.

A stray bullet has hit singer Mayorkun, as Nickie dabarbie alleged that he was also a money ritualist, alongside other Nigerian singers.

This whole saga started when the influencer posted a disturbing video on her Instagram page, alleging that singer Skiibii had attempted to use her for money rituals.

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Nigeria Singer Portable Aka Zazzu Slams his Baby Mama Omobewaji After Birthday Post to Mark her New Age

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Portable post this on her Comment section . He said Why will you call yourself THE QUEEN OF YOURSELF? We don’t take sh!t in my family. As I am respecting you, you need to respect yourself. Appreciate the person that appreciates you. If they are calling you a strong woman, I made you strong. Sha calm down make them no use you get me’ -Singer Portable blasts his wife, Omobewaji for her birthday caption

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Canadian Senate commends Burna Boy after selling out The Bell Centre twice

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Canadian Senate commends Burna Boy after selling out The Bell Centre twice

The Canadian Senate has praised the accomplishments of Afrobeat sensation Burna Boy and acknowledged the positive impact he has had in their country.

Marcel Lebleu, Director General of the West and Central Africa Bureau, highlighted Burna Boy’s achievements, noting that the artist performed twice at The Bell Centre, a venue with a capacity of 35,000 people, and sold out both shows in Montreal, Canada.

Lebleu also lamented the insufficient recognition given to the cultural and Nollywood industries in Canada.

In response to the commendation, netizens flooded the comment section with praises for the African Giant.

See some reactions below: 

_iba_rian_ said: “Only one ODG! Highest Carpo for every reasons❤️”

big7records said: “Burna Boy is the biggest African artist ever seen in the history of African music, no one has gotten to this kind of height ❤️”

descentoscar5 said: “Oluwaburna Is The Blueprint, He Leads, Other Follow”

phe_tha_pillar said: “Dem no deh hear word. Na the problem be that. Odogwu don tell una say nothing like Big 3. Him dey him own space”

ubigho_omena said: “Brymo won’t like this Odogwu get recognition all over the world ”

udochukwu_h said: “He’s the biggest artist in Africa currently and one of the biggest in the world now but bitterness will never allow people to accept this”

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