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Ibukun Orisun Iye Records boss, Primate Ola Kazim, is dead

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The legendary music marketer and foremost label owner, Primate M. Ola Kazim, is dead.

According to the information available to Freelanews, the 76year old founder of Ibukun Orisun Iye and Mut Mokson records, died on March 15, 2022.

Primate Kazim was reputed to be the backbone of many great musicians from the 70s to the 90s and had produced award winning songs for notable Nigerian musicians of yesteryears like King Sunny Ade’s Let Them Say, Good Women Choir C.A.C. Ibadan & District, Cherubim & Seraphim Movement Surulere Choir Lagos, Fabulous Olu Fajemirokun And His Standard Stars International’s E Get Cover (O Lomori O), C&S Church Movement (Ayo Ni O), Prince Adekunle And His Western State Brothers’ Se Rere Fun Mi, Expensive Olubi And His Golden Star Band, Oluremi & His Sakadelly Beats, and Louis Wasson.

Late Primate Ola Kazim, founder, Ibukun Orisun Iye Records

Others included Ade Wesco And His Destiny Dandies, Stars International Band’s No Left Turn, Onyechere Chime International Super Stars’ Enye Nwanu Nwa?, J. A. Agboola & His Lagos Nightingale Orchestra’s Late Tunde Nightingale, I.K. Dairo (M.B.E.) & His Blue Spots Band’s Mo Yege (I’m Free) and many more.

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Primate Kazim was reportedly the younger brother of the Ijebu Igbo born socialite and industrialist, Alhaji Olanrewaju Kassim, the owner of SHOKAS textiles.

May his soul rest in peace.

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Black Sherif’s ‘Soja’ makes an appearance on Billboard Afrobeats Chart

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Black Sherif’s latest banger ‘SOJA’ of his upcoming album ‘The Villain I never Was ‘has made its debut on Billboard Afrobeats Charts just a few days after its release.

Blacko, on Friday, September 22, 2022, blessed his fans and listeners with a great tune titled ‘SOJA’. The song is one of the tracks on his upcoming Album.

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Niniola Set To Collaborate With Diddy After Years Of DMing Him

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Dreams come true indeed and has for Niniola as she actualises a long-standing dream to work with Diddy years after DMing him.

 

Nigerian vocalist and the Queen of Afrobeats, Niniola, has secured a collaboration with American musician and mogul, Did.

A story of divine providence and destiny, the two had connected over a video call with an excited Diddy telling Niniola how he wanted them to approach the collaboration saying; “I want you to do it all and send it to me one time when you feel like I’ve given this song my all cause it’s our song. This is what you manifested a long time ago”

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Then Diddy had shared how he got the collaboration with Niniola. He said; “I was looking for somebody to be on the Afrobeats remix and Spinalk told me about her. I go to message her then I see that you sent me a message… 2018 saying I want to work with you one day but I’m calling her saying I want to work with her.”

So far, there are no details on what particular Diddy song Niniola is set to submit a verse on but the media mogul had in June this year, put out a 16-track project– Bad Boy Celebrates Diddy: The Artist, featuring diverse talents from Keyshia Cole, R Kelly, Mario Winans, the late Notorious B.I.G and other famous acts. In addition to this, Diddy had put out a single, Go On with Bryson Tiller. As a result, the collaboration which Diddy mentioned was an Afrobeats remix, could be any of these songs.

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BBNaija’s Erica thanks Laycon for supporting her music career as she releases debut single

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Nollywood actress and BBNaija Star, Erica Nlewedim has formally kicked off her music career with a debut single.

The Reality star released her first song titled ‘Soft Life’ in the early hours of Friday 30th of September.

Her debut single generated massive buzz and got hundreds of retweets after she posted the streaming link on her Twitter page.

Interestingly, her colleague and Big Brother Naija winner, Laycon showed some support by retweeting the promotion post and she acknowledged him.

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In response, Erica sent him a special shout out in a post where she referred to the rapper as ‘hun’ and thanked him for retweeting her which by extension means he supports her decision to go into music.

The BBNaija star tagged him and simply wrote; ”thanks for the retweet hun! @itsLaycon”.

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