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Propagate Importance Of Praising God, Gospel Artistes Task Journalists



By Chuks Eke

A group of gospel music singers under the aegis of Unusual Praise has called on journalists to assist in propagating the paramount aspect of praising God in the group, Augustina Igbokwe who made the call in Onitsha, Anambra State during their ongoing unusual Praise concert 2022 taking place at the Basilica of the Most Holy Trinity, Onitsha, described the Unusual Praise concert as a non-denominational association of gospel music singers.
According to Igbokwe, “We praise God through our music and we want journalists to assist in disseminating information on how to be Praising God. everyone must join us in praising God”.
The all-night-long programme attracted a good number of Gospel music singers who included Ada Jesus, Fabian Nwofor, Blessed Modesta, Nkiru Emmanuel, James Arum, Monsignor Pascal Nwaezeakpu, Steve Crown, Augustina Igbokwe, Nkwa Group, Chike Oruche, Vera Ben, Joe Vibes amongst other.

In his speech, the popular Ebube Dike Naga Global, Ambassador James Arum, revealed that all the activities in the Unusual Praise are spiritual, even as he insisted that praising God is inevitable in someone’s life.

” Whenever there is confusion and tribulations, approach God with praises, you wouldn’t know how the challenges would be surmounted. Let people resort to praises to God when unusual things occur. To get God’s heart, always sing and praise God”, Arum admonished.

The gospel music maestro advised people of God to stop apportioning blames on political leaders and government insensitivity to her citizens, saying that the only option is praise to God.

“Once you begin to praise God in a usual manner, there should be turn around and everything wouldn’t be the same again. Language is never a barrier, God accepts praise in any language. If we could praise God in the forthcoming election, God will give Nigeria a good leader in 2023”.

Also speaking, Monsignor Pascal Nwaezeakpu noted that unusual Praise is an avenue to praise God commonly, adding that Unusual praises are a spiritual event.

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Davido Set To Headline BWUFEST 2



Fans of David Adeleke better known as Davido ‘OBO’ have been assured to brace up for an extraordinary night of hits as Davido, the chart-topping icon, headlines another edition of the ‘BEAR’ With Us Festival (BWUFEST) 2, come December 27, at Landmark Beach Oniru, Lagos.

Entertainment outfit, Achievas Entertainment Limited promises an elevated festival experience with top-notch performances, surprise artists, and exceptional DJs. Chiori Daniel Cole and Paul Cole Chiori, the masterminds behind the event, assure a night that will surpass all expectations and linger in the memory of fans, tourists, and music enthusiasts who will be attending the event.

Organisers of the concert have also disclosed that the festival tickets are available for purchase on the Landmark Citizen App.

Worthy of note about this year’s edition is that star artiste, Davido, who has done well for himself in the music industry, has been chosen to headline the second edition of the event.

Recall that in May 2011, the now famous Davido, from the Adeleke family in Osun State, released his first single titled; ‘Back When’. The song became an instant hit and was well-received by music lovers all around Africa.

Davido followed up with another hit single, ‘DamiDuro’ in October 2011. Since then, it has been back-to-back hits from the very talented singer. Some of his other hit singles include ‘Aye,’ ‘Skelewu,’: Overseas,’ and ‘Gobe‘.

The latest work of the music icon, ‘Timeless’ did not only redefine African music, it showed the dexterity of Davido such that he is now accepted as a global artiste with so much to offer the world in the area of music.

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Bob Hearts Abishola To End With Season Five At CBS




‘Bob Hearts Abishola’ will conclude with its upcoming fifth season at CBS. The fifth season of the multi-cam comedy is due

to premiere on Feb. 12, with the series finale now set for May 13.

The ending of ‘Bob Hearts Abishola marks the potential end of an era at CBS. With the show ending, coupled with the previously announced ending of ‘Young Sheldon’, Chuck Lorre does not currently have any shows slated to be on the CBS schedule going into next fall.

Unless the network picks up a new show from Lorre and his team between now and then, it will be the first time Lorre has not had at least one show on CBS since 2003.

Lorre’s run at CBS has been nothing short of historic. In the past 20 years, he has co-created and executive produced shows for the network including long-running hits like ‘The Big

Bang Theory,’ ‘Two and a Half Men’, ‘Mom’, and ‘Young Sheldon’. He is currently prepping the series ‘Bookie’ for Max.

“We are so proud to call ‘Bob Hearts Abishola’ a CBS comedy

as it helped establish a new generation of programming at the

Network,” said Amy Reichenbach, president of CBS Entertainment.

‘Bob Hearts Abishola’ is described as a love story about Bob (Billy Gardell), a middle-aged compression sock businessman from Detroit, who unexpectedly fell for his cardiac nurse, Abishola (Folake Olowofoyeku), a Nigerian immigrant, while recovering from a heart attack.

“‘Bob Hearts Abishola’ is about an unlikely love story, but also the premise that immigrants make America great,” said executive producers Gina Yashere, Matt Ross, and Lorre. “We’ve loved bringing these stories to life and are excited for fans to see the final chapter of these two families and the incredible work of this talented cast and crew.”

Lorre, Al Higgins, Yashere, and Ross serve as executive producers. ‘Bob Hearts Abishola’ is produced by Chuck Lorre Productions in association with Warner Bros. Television, where Lorre is under an overall deal.

The ending of the show is not altogether unexpected. It was previously reported that going into the fifth season, only Gardell and Olowofoyeku would retain their series regular status.

All the other series regulars were reduced to recurring roles in an effort to cut the show’s budget.

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DJ 2Phat Drops New Mix On BBC Radio




Nigerian Disc Jockey, Ifeanyi Umeh, popularly known as DJ 2Phat, despite spending a large part of his music career in England, has remained deeply connected to his Nigerian cultural heritage.

To this end, the cerebral DJ2Phat who is signed to Luminary Vision Record (LVR), yesterday, released a mix titled ‘Better Late

Than Ever on BBC Radio with TLS (The Lanre Shonubi). According to the management of LVR, the DJ is working on releasing a single at the beginning of next year.

Looking ahead, DJ 2Phat aims to expand his global influence,      with a dedicated focus on showcasing his talent and skills to audiences worldwide, especially in his native Nigeria.

The UK-based Nigerian DJ and music producer has achieved significant milestones in the music industry. DJ 2Phat, who hails from Abuja, Nigeria, says that he has been cultivating a passion for DJing since the age of 9, and has dedicated years to perfecting his craft.

“Even though I have toured and performed on some of the world’s biggest stages, Nigeria will always be home to me. And there is no better management team to lead my career progression than Luminary Vision Record. Together, we will be starting 2024 with a bang. I don’t want to reveal much, but just anticipate new releases from me,” the DJ said.

After completing law studies in the UK, he threw his attention into pursuing his career as a DJ, consistently showcasing excellence. With an illustrious portfolio, DJ 2Phat has graced stages in over 10 UK cities. Notably, he recently concluded a triumphant tour, collaborating with the Grammy-nominated Mavin Record Artist Ayra Starr.

Luminary Vision Record (LVR), is an entertainment company boasting notable artists like   Binny Boy, world-class producers, and influencers.


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