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GELATO, “This Is An Insult To Music As A Career & An Embarrassment” – Kelly Hansome Says To Cuppy

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GELATO, “This Is An Insult To Music As A Career & An Embarrassment” – Kelly Hansome Says To Cuppy 1

Nigerian singer, Kelly Hansome has called out his fellow Nigerian artiste, Cuppy for releasing the hit song GELATO. Kelly Hansome says the song is Rubbish and it shouldn’t have been released as a Nigerian song cos it’s a big embarrassment to the music industry.

DJ Cuppy and Zlatan have been trending for a while now on social media for different reasons. First for Cuppy sharing that Zlatan has blocked her on all his social media accounts, to Zlatan denying Cuppy on National TV, then to Isreal DMW sharing what made Zlatan blocked Cuppy, To Cuppy filing a lawsuit against Isreal for defamation of character (Libel) and the recent Isreal DMW’s Public Apology.

With the whole drama above, Kelly Hansome comes to joins in yesterday after Trashing DJ Cuppy’s recent Gelato Performance. Cuppy performed her hit song GELATO live on Thursday Night (Feb. 11, 2021) at the Gold Dust Conference. The performance didn’t sit well with Kelly Hansome as the singer feels Cuppy’s singing is an Embarrassment to the Nigerian music industry.

He posted her energetic live performance on his Instagram page sharing that the Hit song Gelato is an Insult to Music and he advises Cuppy to pay people like him who writes better songs and have good music content next time.

If I talk now haters will say their daily prayer “bla bla bla”…

“Ur career don die”. “U’re looking for attention”. “U’re hating”, meanwhile the person chatting has never stood out for anything in life. No be only GELATO, na MALAWI. What is this? This is an insult to music as a career and an embarrassment to NAIJA Music. This is like mocking real Musicians, when did we get here? You cannot buy talent. They would’ve paid me or someone to write a proper song for her, bring out her British accent & all but NO. ?

U would have just come out on Hiptv to insult all of us all 1 by 1, this is wicked. 9ja music is losing bearing, chai! ?

Do you think music is child’s play? If she wasn’t Otedola’s daughter, would you listen to this if it was someone else? Music is not for everyone, if you ain’t got it you ain’t got it. I go soon leave this music for una. ??? #nigerianmusic “

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NEW MUSIC ALERT: MULTI-GENRE CROSS-BORDER ARTIST, ‘NISSA SEYCH’ RELEASES HER NEWEST SINGLE, ‘HAZY’ 14

Following the release of her hit singles, ‘Ghost’, ‘Yuh Know’ and ‘10/10’, Multi-genre Seychellois Creole-Canadian independent singer & songwriter, Nissa Seych releases her soon to be chart-topping single, “Hazy”.

Produced by Zeffir, ‘Hazy’  takes you on a long soul-soothing ride that allows your body and mind to experience Nissa’s vocals singing about how relationships can sometimes leave you undone. The crooner describes the song as “a heartfelt song that stems from a one-sided relationship, in which I felt like I was devoting more effort into helping someone flourish in all aspects of their lives while I was slowing down my own growth. Sometimes to love yourself, means to leave someone else”

Ripe and layered with emotion and on the verge of giving up on relationships, ‘Hazy’ heralds Nissa’s frustrations, sadness, disappointments and all the downsides of a one-sided relationship in this line “…I’m fed up, don’t want no loving…I’ve been giving all my energy”, from a story told in such a heartfelt manner, it leaves you in a sweet state of emotional vulnerability.

Nissa has always had an intrinsic understanding of her strength as an artist, especially after she realised that words in her heart can turn into a song on paper; therefore it comes as no surprise that she tells her story in such a riveting way. A truly gifted songwriter whose passion for songwriting was unveiled at the age of 8, Nissa’s secret lies in the great influence of her Creole culture on her vocal style which has always been eclectic and deeply rooted in her being.

Listen to ‘Hazy’ here and on all digital platforms. 

 

About Nissa Seych:

Vanessa Seych known as Nissa Seych is an independent multi-genre singer-songwriter born in Montreal, Canada to parents originating from Seychelles, a small island in South Africa. Her genre is a fusion of reggae-afrobeat-dancehall-R&B & Hip Hop.

Nissa’s typical childhood days were spent going through her father’s CD collection and analyzing the works of Stevie Wonder, Michael Jackson, Lauryn Hill, Mary J Blige, Brandy, Ace of Base, Marvin Gaye, Bob Marley, The Temptations, Shania Twain and many more accomplished artists. After 12 years of soul-searching and having dealt with different music labels influencing her vision and after devoting endless hours honing her craft at home and in studios, she has developed impressive songwriting skills and is only getting better over the years.

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2baba & His Baby mama, Pero, Join Forces To Drag A Troll Who Commented On Their Son’s Page

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Nigerian musician, 2baba and his controversial baby mama, Pero Adeniyi have joined forces to drag the troll who left a nasty comment on their son’s IG page.

As seen in the screenshot Pero shared on IG, it appears the troll had a personal beef with her and decided to use her son’s page to reach out to her. The troll who has been identified as Pristeneluxe told her son to advise his mother to stop being a homewrecker.

Pero Adeniyi saw the comment and posted it on her IG story. She told the troll that she will hunt him or her down and this should also serve as a lesson to other trolls never to mess with her children.

Also reacting to the news,  2baba posted on IG that it is unacceptable for an adult to send nasty messages to a child.

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Winners At The AFRIMA Awards 2021, Held in Lagos, At Eko Conventional Hotel.

All Africa Music Awards is an annual awards event, The awards event was established by the International Committee AFRIMA, in collaboration with the African Union to reward and celebrate the Beauty Of African Music And Culture.

The big winners at the AFRIMA awards 2021 are; Wizkid who won – African Artiste Of The Year, Song of The Year and Best African Collaboration. Malian artiste, Iba Ona who won Best Male Artiste in Western Africa, Best Artiste Duo or Group in African Pop, Album of the Year, African Male Artiste in Inspirational Music, and Best in African Rock.

AFRIMA Awards 2021 Winners

Then Nikita Kering, Shanah Manjeru (who won Best African Female Artiste in Inspirational Music), and Fireboy DML– Africans Fan’s Favorite.

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African Artiste Of The Year – Wizkid

Best Female Artiste In Northern Africa – Manal Benchlikha

Best Male Artist in Northern Africa – Dizzy Dros

Best Male Artiste in Eastern Africa – Eddy Kenzo

Best Female Artist Central Africa – Shan L

Best Female Artist in East Africa – Nikita Kering

Male Artist Central Africa – Fally Ipupa

Best Male Southern Africa – Blaq Diamond

Best Male Artiste Western Africa – Iba One

Best Artiste, Duo, or Group in African R & B Soul – Nikita Kering

Best Artiste, Duo, or Group in African Pop – Iba One

Best African Female Artiste in Inspirational Music.- Shanah Manjeru

African Male Artiste in Inspirational Music – Iba One

Song Of The Year- Wizkid

Africans Fan’s Favorite – Fireboy DML

Best African Collaboration – Wizkid (Tems)

Album Of The Year – Iba One

Best Artist or Duo in African Dance or Choreography – Flavour, Diamond Platnumz, FallyIpupa

Best Female Artist in the Diaspora – Naomi Achu

Best Group – Sauti Sol

Best African Rapper Lyricist – Elow’n

Best Producer Of The Year – Legendary Beatz

Best Duo African HipHop – Fireboy, Cheque

Best African Dj – Sinyorita

Song Writer of the Year – Iba One

Best in African Rock – Rash Band

Afrima Legend Award – Kofi Olomide 

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