Oga Boss Illy releases an attitude packed “WTF! (Are They Saying)” single produced by Young D. The track is lifted off IllBliss‘ forthcoming album #Powerful.
Wande Coal – Baby Hello (Prod by MaleekBerry)
The Black Diamond of Africa Wande Coal is back with a new single “Baby Hello” produced by Maleek Berry after releasing his video for “My Way”.
A potential hit! Listen and drop your comments
Dencia reposted the pic above which was originally posted by popular DJ, media and entertainment consultant, DJ Abass, who made some salient points about Oscar winner Lupita’s new Lancôme deal. Below is what DJ Abass wrote on his instagram page…read and tell us what you think…
“I’m not a fan of skin bleaching but neither am I of double standards. International media (BBC, ITV, CH4uk, etc) have been critical of #Dencia‘s skin lightening cream, especially in the wake of the controversy b/w Dencia&Lupita. Now Lupita has just been signed as the first black ambassador of French cosmetics giant #Lancome, a company that also manufactures skin whitening creams….and I dont hear any media house raising hell. Maybe I’m the one confused but does anyone catch my drift?”
“Lol people hate what they don’t have & will jump on it if they had the opportunity.I said before she couldn’t call them big brands owned by whites cuz she wanted a deal. I like how she played herself tho!!still gonna answer yes ma’am & I’m still a CEO & entrepreneur & Lancôme will never pay her what I make in a month, b4 u come say I am hating I ain’t lol I am milking it��)
Why na? Chris Brown flown to DC with other prisoners in Con Air
I don’t like the way they are trying to beat this guy completely down. Chris Brown’s legal team’s last ditch effort to transport him personally to Washington D.C. for his misdemeanor assault trial has been denied and Chris is headed to D.C. on Con Air…a prisoner aircraft…with other criminals
Chris Brown has just been picked up by federal marshals on what will be one of the longest journeys across the country since the prop plane era … TMZ has learned.
Sources connected with the case tell us Chris is on his way to a federal holding facility in San Bernardino to begin his long trip to Washington D.C. where he will stand trial for assault.
Later today Chris will board a airplane — guarded by U.S. Marshals and appropriately restrained — but the flight is NOT a non-stop. In fact, we’re told there are so many stops he probably won’t get there until Sunday. Continue…
We’re told all of these flights go through Oklahoma, with stops along the way to pick up other prisoners.
Chris will be in D.C. for a hearing Monday where his lawyer, Mark Geragos, will try to get the charges dismissed because he believes prosecutors inappropriately used the grand jury to gain an unfair advantage in the criminal case.
Now here’s the thing. If Geragos loses, Chris will sit in a D.C. jail facilit
FIFA bans Barcelona from signing players for the next two transfer seasons
FIFA today April 2nd banned Spanish football giants FC Barcelona from signing players till summer 2015 over rules breach relating to the international transfer and registration of players under 18.
According to reports, the club was investigated by FIFA for 12 months over their youth recruitment policy. And after FIFA found out that the club had been engaged in illegally recruiting and importing non-Spanish minors over a four year period, the world football governing body handed out the transfer ban and also fined the club £306,000. (450,000 Swiss francs.)
FIFA also fined the Spanish FA £340,000 for allowing Barcelona to embark on a sustained and extended policy of what is viewed as child exploitation by the world governing body. Read FIFA’s statement after the cut…
‘FC Barcelona has been found to be in breach of article 19 of the regulations in the case of 10 minor players and to have committed several other concurrent infringements in the context of other players.
The disciplinary committee regarded the infringements as serious and decided to sanction the club with a transfer ban at both national and international level for two complete and consecutive transfer periods, together with a fine of 450,000 Swiss francs.
‘Additionally, the club was granted a period of 90 days in which to regularise the situation of all minor players concerned.’
‘The disciplinary committee emphasised that the protection of minors in the context of international transfers is an important social and legal issue that concerns all stakeholders in football.
‘The committee highlighted that while international transfers might, in specific cases, be favourable to a young player’s sporting career, they are very likely to be contrary to the best interests of the player as a minor.
‘Young football players are vulnerable to exploitation and abuse in a foreign country without the proper controls. This particular fact makes the protection of minors in football by the sport’s governing bodies, especially by FIFA, even more important.’
FIFA only allows international youth transfers when one of three situations apply: the player’s parents have moved country for their own, non-related reasons; the move takes place within the European Union if a player is aged between 16 and 18; or the player’s home is less than 50 kilometres from the national border being crossed
When asked by Encomium mag what kind of woman he plans to settle down with when he’s ready to get married, Iyanya said;
“I am not even sure these days because if you say you want to go to church and get one, she comes into the house and she’s a mess, whereas you could have a club girl and she would be amazing. For now, I am just concentrating on music, trying to be successful because you will have to provide for her when she comes, whenever it is. I am just believing God for a best friend because it only makes sense when