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Nathaniel Bassey “ONISE IYANU Lyric”


Oh oh oh oh oh oh oh

Onise Iyanu
You are the God of awesome wonders
I’ve tasted of your power
Onise Iyanu
You have shown me so much mercy
Much more than I deserve

My eyes have seen, my ears have heard
The wonders of your praise
Creation bows in awe of you
And we join to give you praise

The words you speak turns things around
Your outstretched arm
Has lifted me
You took away the chains and colts
That held me bound

Onise Iyanu
You are the God of awesome wonders
I’ve tasted of your power
Onise Iyanu
You have shown me so much mercy
Much more than I deserve

Omniscient, Omnipotent
the one who does great things
when I behold the things you do
I just can’t hold back my praise

The words you speak turns things around
Your outstretched arm
Has lifted me
You took away the chains and colts
That held me bound

Onise Iyanu
You are the God of awesome wonders
I’ve tasted of your power
Onise Iyanu
You have shown me so much mercy
Much more than I deserve

Onise Iyanu
You are the God of awesome wonders
I’ve tasted of your power
Onise Iyanu
You have shown me so much mercy
Much more than I deserve

Hey hey hey hey
Hey hey hey hey
Hey hey hey hey
Hey hey hey hey

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Onise Iyanu
You are the God of awesome wonders
I’ve tasted of your power
Onise Iyanu
You have shown me so much mercy
Much more than I deserve

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Nigeria receptive to new ‘Fela spirit’: rapper Falz


Falz.jpg© Fournis par AFP Nigerian rapper Falz poses in his garden in Lagos
Nigerians are ready for a return to the days of Fela Kuti, when musicians used their high profile to address political and social issues, rapper Falz told AFP in an interview.

Falz’s latest track “This is Nigeria” — an adaptation of US performer Childish Gambino’s “This is America” — has racked up more than four million views on YouTube in just two weeks.

In it he highlights widespread violence and corruption in Africa’s most populous nation, in stark contrast to fellow artists and their fixation with wealth and status.

The 27-year-old performer acknowledged that his subject matter — from Boko Haram Islamists and disputes over land and water to crooked police and politicians — was controversial.

“But I didn’t foresee the magnitude of the response… This has really encouraged me to continue doing that,” he said on Tuesday.

“Everyone is carried away with our entertainment and enjoyment of life and we forget that a lot of things are really happening here…

“There are a lot of things that we need to constantly talk about so that somehow there should be a recognition of this… People feel that the Fela Kuti spirit needs to come back.”

Fela, the self-styled “Black President” and pioneer of Afrobeat, was known as much for his outspoken political and social views during years of military rule as for his music.

Falz’s real name is Folarin Falana. His father, the leading human rights lawyer Femi Falana, once represented Fela.

Democratic change

Falz1.jpg© Fournis par AFP Rapper Falz has a studio at his Lagos home
The rapper said his father, whose speeches are sampled at the beginning and end of “This is Nigeria”, had been a major influence.
Musicians had to recognise they also had a position of power, with a “huge voice” that should be used as a force for good.

Nigeria is entering a highly charged period before elections in February next year in which President Muhammadu Buhari hopes to secure a second term.

Already, the former military ruler’s record on tackling insecurity, cutting corruption and boosting the economy is coming under close scrutiny.

Until Buhari’s victory over Goodluck Jonathan in 2015, no opposition candidate had ever unseated an incumbent president at the ballot box in Nigeria.

Falz said it was important for the country’s massive youth population to understand they have the power to change their future, including the problems outlined in “This is Nigeria”.

“It’s a democratic system of government, it’s government of the people,” he said.

“So, if people don’t actually go out there to vote, we’re still going to be stuck in the same mess that we complain about.

“So, you have to go out there, register, get a PVC (permanent voters card) and make sure that when the election comes that you actually vote.”

Ironically, Fela’s son Seun Kuti — also a musician — this week appeared to suggest the opposite, urging people to be wary of the political process.

“Don’t let anyone force you to endorse their system until you are sure it represents you,” he said in a fiery post on his Instagram account.

“Time to cast a vote of no confidence in the political system and build our own! This is the task of the #liberationgeneration.”

Source: AFP

D’Prince releases Tarity music video featuring Phyno


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D’Prince, one of Mavin Records finest, is currently on a hit-release spree. Tarity, his latest music video featuring Phyno is his 3rd music video release in the past two months. It follows the hilariously successful Oga Titus and Bestie, the new#FriendZone anthem.

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Tarity takes you on a journey to experiencethe beautiful eastern culture of Nigeria. The music video is a flawless depiction of the flagship unique Odumodu dance and the iconic Ekpo masquerade from the ancestral Igbo heartland of Umuahia, Abia state. The touch of classic Mercedes Benzs and Lebron’s add rich and colorful dynamics that give this music video a vintage yet contemporary feel; all while enhancing the arts and cultural values of Nigeria. Enjoy the video below…

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More photos from 2face Idibia’s Chieftancy ceremony in Kaduna


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Singer 2face Idibia was honored with the Chieftaincy title, Tafindan Kudenda which means ‘Ambassador for Peace’ by HRH Bagudu Galadima of Kudenda Kingdom at Kudenda Palace Palace, Kaduna State today November 24th. See more photos after the cut…

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#Afromusicpopparty returns to Lagos with 9ice, TJan, Sefiya, Sojay & Akintunde


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Martini
International music and lifestyle channel,
AfroMusic Pop, channel 326 DSTV in conjunction
with Martini brings PopParty to Akoka. Contrary
to the previously announced date, the party is
now slated to hold On the 7th of November, at
Road Runners with a lot more fun.
The channel with the support of Martini will host
9ice alongside the man with the sonorous voice
Tjan, Sojay , Akintunde and Diva Sefiya. This
month’s edition will feature lots of energetic
performances , with the highlight of the night
being the presentation of gifts to the winner of
the Selfie contest. The winner of the
#AfroMusicPopSelfie will be announced
November 5.
Venue is Road Runners, Akoka Yaba.
Red Carpet starts 10PM
WATCH VIDEO PROMO HERE:
https:// youtu.be /K7OJWo2xyLM
This Event is proudly supported by
Martini, Culbeed Media, Remote
Pictures, GigglesPlus, EstolProps Media
& Acada Magazine

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