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Young money’s Drake is at it again. If he is not being rumoured to be dating other celeb’s women, it’s one form of rumour or the other. But, today we can authoritatively tell you that it’s no rumour that last night the Canadian artist dropped a surprise Album! And for fans of FREE songs, it’s not a free mixtape, but a full length album.

If You Are Reading This it’s Too late is Drake’s fourth official album. It has seventeen songs featuring Li’l Wayne, Travis Scot and Party Nextdoor.

On a Scale of 0 – 10, this Album is a 6.2.


Benita Okojie ft. Kenny K’ore

benita kabiyesi

Benita started off as a child star and today, she is one of the few that has remained relevant in the industry. Does this have anything to do with her still keeping faith with gospel songs? That will be a question for another day, but today, the beautiful songstress in her 20’s has dropped Kabiyesi featuring former lead singer of the famed Infinity group (Olorioko), Kenny K’ore.

After dropping Jesu N’abba last year, this follow-up praise song meaning the unquestionable in Yoruba language is a worship song for the LORD.

On a Scale of 0 – 10, this song is a 5.



St. Kevin Hart.

wedding ringer

I had no intention of seeing this movie at the cinema but I arrived the cinema late, then my partner chose it. I was tired of seeing Kevin Hart in movies acting all stupid, but the short guy proved me wrong. If you have not watched this movie you definitely have missed a whole lot of fun. The cinema hall was full of laughs all-through the duration of the movie and asking if I’ll watch this movie again, the answer is a “HELL YEAH!”

On a Scale of 0 – 10, this comedy is a 5.8.


St. Olu Jacobs, Ricardo Agbor, Bimbo Akintola, Oge Indiana, Gabriel Afolayan,Kiki Omeili


For those of us who watched “The Pot of Life” as kids, this is a relive of our childhood with “Amihun”, I hope I got the Bini name right.

The Antique is a 19th century fictional story, inspired by events of the Southern Nigeria. With a technique that combines theatrical aesthetics and culturally derived meanings, cultivated for utilitarian purposes, this film highlights on the characters that fought to defend its rich culture and help build its kingdom. This movie is worth your 1k5. Plus you can see it on Tuesdays for less with free popcorns.

On a Scale of 0 – 10, this movie is a 5.1.

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