Tuesday, February 20, 2018

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Jackson’s ‘Thriller’ tops record 33 million sales mark — Arts — The Guardian Nigeria

(FILES) US pop star Michael Jackson waves to photographers during a press conference in Paris on March 19, 1996. Michael Jackson died on June 25, 2009 after suffering a cardiac arrest, sending shockwaves...

CocoIce leaves as two ‘fake’ new housemates walk in — Arts — The Guardian...

CocoIceIt was the end of the road on Sunday, February 12 for singer, CocoIce, a housemate in the ongoing Big Brother Naija reality TV competition, as she was announced the latest evictee. She...

Malawi: Channel O Approves Haso’s Music Video ‘We Here’

By Harold KapinduRapper Haso has started 2017 on a bright note. Not only has he released a budding hit single 'Get Paid', the artist has recently been greeted with news that his 2016...

Nigerian students thrill at Chinese Spring, Lantern Festival celebrations — Arts — The Guardian...

Students of Jextoban Secondary School, Ketu, performing Chinese songs in celebration of Chinese Spring and Lantern Festival at the University of Lagos Lovers of the Chinese culture, scholars and students of Chinese gathered recently...

Script2Screen Africa set for reality TV on filmmaking — Arts — The Guardian Nigeria

With a vision to train filmmakers to tell stories that tackle some of the continent’s most pressing issues head-on, educate viewers while entertaining them, Script2Screen Africa 2017 is set for its first reality...

Zimbabwe: Berita’s Got Surprises for Her Fans

"This song is certainly one to brighten your day when all seems gloomy and mundane," said the 25-year-old Zimbabwe-born songstress who honed her singing skills in East London, while studying financial information systems...

Akon wants to bring solution to ‘darkness’ in Africa — Arts — The Guardian...

The Akon Lighting Africa Project is an initiative by the Senegalese-American hip hop singer Aliaume Damala Badara Akon Thiam better known as Akon. With about 1 billion dollars credit line for launch from international...

TV satirist takes out ads to educate Trump — Arts — The Guardian Nigeria

John Oliver British import and popular television satirist John Oliver is taking out cable news ads in the Washington area to “educate” President Donald Trump on what he needs to know to avoid unnecessary...

Rwanda: Gospel Stars Headline Himbaza Festival

By Eddie NsabimanaGospel music lovers turned up in big numbers for the first edition of Himbaza Gospel festival on Sunday evening at Kigali Serena Hotel. Dominic Nic, Ashimwe, Ntihinduka Aline Gahongayire and Gabby Kamanzi,...

Rap collaboration savages Trump at Grammys — Arts — The Guardian Nigeria

LOS ANGELES, CA – FEBRUARY 12: Hip Hop artist Q-Tip,Jarobi White, of a Tribe Called Quest and Busta Rhymes perform onstage during The 59th GRAMMY Awards at STAPLES Center on February 12, 2017...