J Martins’ baby boy born in US

Pop singer J Martins and his wife have become the proud parents of a baby boy.

Nigerian Entertainment Today reports that the musician and wife Nnezi Diana Mbila’s first child was born at the Gwinnett Medical Centre in Atlanta, Georgia, in the US.

 

The baby boy has been named Jason.

Martins married his wife in a traditional ceremony held in Abia state in January 2012.

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IN PICTURES: Nigerian “Gospel” Musician Shares Video of her Naked Self Bathing

 
maheedah shares naked photos

Meheedah rings a bell? She is the prostitute-turned-musician who is now trending on social media with controversial “branding. The singer shared two 15 seconds videos on her instagram page of her unclad self taking her bath while backing the camera.  She confessed some time ago that she used to be a prostitute but now she is a born again .

She captioned the first video “Let me fuck with ya mind a little..” and then captioned the second one “Fucking with ya minds a little….is it working? Or more harder. HAHA!”

Words and Unclad Pictures after the cut

maheedah shares naked photos
maheedah shares naked photos
maheedah shares naked photos
maheedah shares naked photos
maheedah shares naked photos
maheedah shares naked photos
maheedah shares naked photos
maheedah shares naked photos
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Actress Yvonne Jegede: “I Did Not Do Any Breast Enlargement” (Photo)

Nollywood Actress Yvonne Jegede who had been away in Cyrus for studies returned to the country after which she released a couple of photos to re launch her acting career. Yvonne has cleared the air saying, “My features have always been the same from time immemorial.

The thing is a lot of people have always seen me as that naïve, vulnerable girl who likes to cry a lot because those are the kind of roles I used to get before I left

The roles I got were roles I have to be a nice girl in the village, a girl who is begging to be loved, a girl who has made a mistake and who desperately wants to repent, a girl who people will feel sorry for, a girl who is from a poor home….” “So, I have my own personal life.

What you see on TV has absolutely nothing to do with me. I will not cry for a man and grovel and be on the floor in tears with mucus all over my nose. No, I wouldn’t. But if the script says I should do that, I would. I’m very surprised people judge me by my pictures.” “There was a blog that said, ‘Oh, we thought she was decent.’ I’m like because I’m taking pictures doesn’t mean I’m not decent and because I cry in movies does not make me decent. People who cry in movies that does not make them decent and because someone takes off her clothes on TV does not make her indecent. It is the way you now react when there’s nobody watching that makes you what you are. It was my birthday so I just went to the studio, trying to feel nice and I took pictures and that is all me, no surgery or implant.”

My “Oranges” Are Better Than Cossy’s Own” – Yoruba Actress Bimbo Thomas

Confirmed “oranges”ter, Cossy Orjiakor now has a new competitor in actress Bimbo Thomas who claims her “oranges” are firmer and bigger than Cossy’s own which has lots of stretch marks and are slack. Here is what she said.

: “I like flaunting my “oranges” because they are firm and I have no single stretch mark on my “oranges”. But some ladies like Cossy still flaunt flabby ones that have stretch marks.

Don’t they know that stretch marks are not meant to be displayed? Some ladies flaunt cleavage that stretch marks have finished and the “orange” has gotten back to where it was formed. It’s not worth it. Such a cleavage can’t be sexy.” I am sure Cossy will not take this lying low. I see a breast competition coming soon.

Let us start here and judge who has the bigger “orange” between them?

Most Popular Nigerian Musicians Worldwide

This lists include musicians of other nationalities but with Nigerian parentage. The list was compiled by taking a look at the artistes’ exposure, their popularity, their achievements on an international level and the number of fans they have been able to amass on the social media.

11. D’banj
The Kokomaster, as he is known, is one of Nigeria’s most successful and richest musicians. His journey to startdom stardom started with the single “” which he released in … with the help of long-time associate, Don Jazzy. It wasn’t long before the song became an anthem of sorts throughout the country, He followed this up with other successful tracks, most of which he recorded along with other artistes of the MO Hits Allstars. The peak of his career so far probably came with the release of the song “Oliver Twist” which featured Kanye West in 2012.

10. Nneka Egbuna
Nneka Lucia Egbuna is one of the most popular Africans residing in Germany. Her father is from Anambra State in Nigeria, while her mother is a German. She and her family migrated to Germany when she was 18 to enable her study abroad and develop her budding musical skills. She has released songs that have been received positively by music critics the world over.

9. Asa
The France-based songstress is one of Nigeria’s most recognizable musical exports. She was born to Nigerian parents in Paris, but began her musical career back home in Nigeria following the influence of indigenous African musicians like Angelique Kidjo and soul musicians like Marvin Gay and Erykah Badu.

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8. TuFace Idibia
He was the first Nigerian act to hit the limelight at the international level in the 21st century following the release of his major hit track, African Queen. He was born in Jos, Plateau State to Idoma parents. He dropped out from the Institute of Management and Technology, IMT Enugu, to pursue a career in music. It was a move that would eventually turn out to be a wise decision as he catapulted himself to the apex of the Nigerian music industry.

7. P-Square
They are the most popular music acts based in Nigeria. The duo, composed of twins Peter and Paul Okoye, and managed by elder brother Jude “Engees” Okoye, are household names in Nigeria. They are signed to Akon’s Konvict Music as well as their own record label, Square Records. Their major inspiration was the late music icon, Michael Jackson, whom they mimicked in their days of humble beginnings. Today they are one of the most marketable faces in the Nigerian entertainment industry, banking on their fame in Nigeria and their immense popularity in East and Southern Africa.

6. Sade Adu
Folashade Helen Adu is a Nigerian-British soul musician, born in Ibadan and tutored in England. She achieved worldwide fame and acclaim in the 1980s as the lead vocalist of the multi-platinum selling group, Sade, which was named after her. She is the first Nigerian to win a Grammy award, a feat she achieved in 1986 with her band, Sade. Sade has sold more than 40 million units till date.

5. Chamillionaire
The controversial Grammy Award-winning rapper was born Hakeem Seriki in Washington DC to a Muslim father and a Christian mother, both of Nigerian extraction. At a very age, the family relocated to a rough neighbourhood in Houston, Texas. It was a move that would go on to shape the rest of his life. While in Houston, he was influenced by hardcore acts such as The Geto Boys and Public Enemy. His first solo album, The Sound of Revenge, peaked at number 10 in the Billboard 200 US chart following its release in November 2005. He is best known for his 2007 Grammy Award-winning rap single, “Ridin’”, which featured Krayzie Bone of the Bone Thugs-n-Harmony fame.

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4. Wale
Olubowale Victor Akintimehin, popularly known by his stage name Wale (Wah-lay), is an American rapper best known for his single “Pretty Girls”. He has rubbed shoulders with the very best in the American music industry including the likes of Lady Gaga, Wiz Khalifa and Pharrell Williams. He has two BET awards in his kitty.

3. Seal
Henry Olusegun Olumide“Seal” Adeola Samuel is perhaps more famous for his long time relationship with supermodel Heidi Klum than for the music he makes. But that does not belittle his musical credentials in any way. So far, he has four Grammy awards to his name, as well as making numerous hit singles that ended up at number 1 in various charts around the world.

In 1994 he recorded the Batman Forever theme song, “Kiss from a Rose” which remains his greatest hit till date. The song went on to win three awards at the 1996 Grammy Awards, including the Song of the Year. His 7-year marriage to German model, Heidi Klum, was the toast of the paparazzi as they were trailed everywhere they went and everything they did ended up on the pages of tabloids and celebrity magazines. The relationship which produced 3 beautiful children ended in 2012. He has sold more than 20 million albums in his career.

2. Taio Cruz
With 11 million likes on his Facebook fan page and over 2 million followers on Twitter, he is the most popular celebrity of Nigerian extraction as far as the social media goes. Two of his songs (“Break Your Heart” and “Dynamite”) have peaked at number one at the US Billboard Singles Chart. Associated acts include Travie Mccoy, Ludacris, Pitbull and DJ David Guetta. He also performed along with Tinie Tempah and Jessie J at the closing ceremony of the 2012 London Olympic Games. It was later revealed that he was actually actually the one billed to record the single “Umbrella” before missing out to R&B superstar, Rihanna.

1. Tinie Tempah
He is followed by Barack Obama on Twitter! And he has nearly 3.6 million followers on Facebook. Mention Chukwuemeka Patrick Okogwu and people will give you a blank stare, but mention Tinie Tempah and everybody knows who you are talking about. He was born to Nigerian parents from Ibusa, Delta State, but he has spent all his life in London. He is one of the UK’s hottest rappers at the moment, with two of his singles peaking at number 1 (“Pass Out” and “Written in the Stars”) in the UK Singles Chart of 2010.

He has collaborated with the best of the best in the music world including Rihanna, Rita Ora, Eric Turner, the defunct Swedish House Mafia, J Cole and Snoop Dogg. His most popular track till date, “Written in the Stars”, was the official theme song for WWE’s Wrestlemania 27 and it was also used to usher in the New York Giants for Super Bowl 46. He has performed at various top events in the world including the closing ceremony of the 2012 London Olympics where he performed “Written in the Stars”. The performance was watched by an estimated global television audience of 750 million.

http://observerreports.com/2013/09/nigerias-popular-musicians/