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Thursday, June 21, 2018

Phyno Signs endorsement deal with Monster Energy

Popular Nigerian Rapper Chibuzor Nelson Azubuike better known as stage name Phyno. The rapper shared the news on his Instagram using the caption 'MY NEW FAMILY NEEDS NO INTRODUCTION FAM !!! Am super excited to be a part of the MONSTER FAMILY'.

Wednesday, June 20, 2018

Burna Boy signs new deal with Universal Music Group

Nigerian singer Burna Boy took to his instagram story to reveal that he has signed a new deal with Universal music group which is the Home for top artists & songwriters including SZA, Carly Simon, Eminem, Justin Timberlake, Elton John, Keith Urban Shawn Mendes . Congratulations

Tuesday, June 19, 2018

Dele Momodu prays for Wizkid on Instagram after his fashion show at D&G event in Milan

After Wizkid makes his fashion industry debut as he walks the runway with Naomi Campbell at a D&G event in Milan. Chief Dele Momodo took to his Instagram page today and pray for wizkid for his hard work.

Monday, June 18, 2018

Sarri on the verge of becoming Chelsea manager

Chelsea FC are planning a whole of change this summer starting with their manager Antonio Conte, who is expected to vacate the Stamford Bridge hot seat despite lifting two trophies in his two season at the club. Former Napoli manager though still under contract with the Italian outfit Maurizio Sarri has been tipped as most likely candidate to replace the under fire Conte, also with the likes of big-name coaches like Laurent Blanc former Paris Saint Germain manager and Luis Enrique who also managed FC Barcelona.

What is really hindering Chelsea from sacking Antonio Conte and appointing Sarri rely on Napoli accepting the compensation fee from the English giants.Report has that Chelsea are confident in landing their choice target next Tuesday, and has already strike personal terms with Sarri’s representatives on a two-year deal.The Italian 59-year-old manager will pocket around £4m (€4.75m) a year at the West London club though the fee is half less than what Conte is earning.

And it is also believed that Napoli are willing to accept about the same £4m compensation for Sarri, who is still under their employment despite being replaced by Carlo Ancelotti last month as his successor.Information also has it that Sarri is set to raid the Italian side for the players he worked with at Napoli such as Kalidou Koulibaly, Piotr Zielinski and Elseid Hysaj as he has intention of shaking off Chelsea’s squad. All this may not work depending on the agreement with both clubs on the compensation fee.

According to Paul Merson, he said “I wouldn’t say Chelsea need a new manager because Antonio Conte is one of the best in the world but I do think he will leave and I just think it needs to be done sooner rather than later,” said Merson.

With time not on their side Chelsea need to get their transfer done quickly to avoid having same fate with Conte who is always furious with Chelsea’s board over player signing.

Sunday, June 17, 2018

An own goal from Oghenekaro Etebo, followed by a second-half Luka Modric penalty-Croatia 2-0 Nigeria

They may be old dark horses now but Croatia have cleared the first hurdle with something to spare. It was a victory that lacked the flair of a Red Rum or a Desert Orchid but it was comfortable enough and, should they beat Argentina in Nizhny Novgorod on Thursday, Lionel Messi’s last World Cup may be a very short-lived affair. Iceland would fancy their chances against a Nigerian side that delivered very little.

Before the match, their captain, John Obi Mikel, had been asked about fulfilling the expectations of 180 million people, sat back in his chair and blew his cheeks out. The president of the Nigerian FA had predicted a semi-final. He is unlikely to need a hotel reservation.

This was a match that pitched age against youth and shortly after the half-hour mark, age was punching the air and wondering how to protect a one-goal lead.
Of the two sides, only two of Nigeria’s starting line-up – Mikel and Odion Ighalo, both of whom play in China – were not born in the 1990s. Only two members of the Croatian team they faced were younger than the country they represent.

Just before kick-off, the youngest of them all, Nigeria’s goalkeeper, Francis Uzoho, sank to his knees and flung his arms out wide. Whatever god the 19-year-old was praying to, he or she deserted him here.
Luka Modric had not started well.

The Croatia captain had been bundled off the ball by his opposite number, Mikel, early on and his free-kicks and corners had been utterly indifferent.

This corner was rather better. Ante Rebic met it on the edge of the six-yard box, nodding it on towards Mario Mandzukic. His diving header was going wide. Andrej Kamaric swung at the ball but it fatally struck Oghenekaro Etebo’s calf and rolled, gently spinning, into Uzoho’s net.

Nigeria’s participation in the last World Cup had been ended by an own-goal from Joseph Yobo against France. It was Yobo’s 100th match and virtually his last touch as an international. He retired straight afterwards.
At 22, Etebo, who has become Gary Rowett’s first signing as Stoke manager, may have another decade in the game. He stood, hands on hips, while the camera lenses peered ever deeper into his face.

At the half-time whistle, Nigeria’s players formed a huddle in their own half that lasted so long you half imagined Phil Brown might step on to the pitch to deliver the team talk. Whatever their manager, Gernot Rohr, might have said, Nigeria looked busier, more aggressive after the interval but there was still that same defensive vulnerability that had plagued them when facing England at Wembley at the start of the month. A lovely cross from Ivan Perisic saw Kramaric slip his markers to be presented with a gaping chance from just in front of the penalty spot. It was blazed over.
With 20 minutes remaining the match was settled from the penalty spot. Perisic’s crosses, rather than Modric’s free-kicks, appeared the most likely route to the second Croatian goal that would kill this game.

So it proved. William Troost-Ekong’s method of dealing with a ball aimed at Mandzukic was to wrap his arms around the Juventus forward. The referee, Sandro Ricci, made the correct call and Modric stroked the penalty home and punched the air in front of the massed ranks of Croatian supporters who had filled Kaliningrad’s Victory Square and turned it into a mass of flags, songs and chants. Croatia were two up and had yet to have a shot on target from open play.

This was the first test of how this World Cup would deal with the issue of racism and Croatia would have been anxious about a small minority of their fans. They had begun their qualifying campaign playing behind closed doors as punishment for chemicals being used to draw swastikas on the pitch in Split before a game against Italy. Here, the passion was entirely related to football and the sweet taste of victory.

Saturday, June 16, 2018

The name 'Kizz Daniel' belong to us- G-Worldwide management

The Management of G-Worldwide Entertainment wishes to inform the general public that the matter of G-Worldwide Entertainment Ltd v Oluwatobiloba Daniel Anidugbe before the Federal High Court, Lagos Division, is still ongoing contrary to the fake news being peddled by the artiste and his advisers to mislead the public. Following several requests and enquiries by Nigerian and foreign online media and entertainment outfits about the status of the matter, it has become needful to notify the public of the current state of facts.

The suit at the Federal High Court last came up on 16th May 2018 whereupon our lawyers informed the Judge of a pending application for status quo to further restrain the rebellious acts of the artiste in view of the recent release of previously unreleased songs from the Evolution album, as well as the continued use of the name Kiss Daniel without our approval. The Judge emphatically told the Kiss’ lawyers to explore a settlement of the dispute as he does not believe the matter is one which should go to trial and that the lawyers should report on any settlement at the next adjourned date, 26th June 2018. We are unaware at the time of this release that the lawyers to Kiss have submitted any proposal with terms of settlement to our legal team.

It also interesting to inform the public that the Court was informed about the artiste’s release of the new song titled 4 Dayz, and For you a collaborated with WizKid , which are songs from the Evolution album, the ownership of which forms the subject matter of the suit at Federal High Court. We therefore need to let the public know that these releases demonstrate that the artiste is on a trip to put the credibility of other artistes whom he collaborates with in question.

We are also aware that the artiste has released the video of 4 Days, done a collaboration with Sheyi Shay titled Surrender, and another song Me ke with Omawunmi by changing his name from ‘’Kiss Daniel’’ to ‘‘Kizz Daniel’’. Let the whole world also take note that G-Worldwide is also the owner of the name ‘‘Kizz Daniel’’ (see acceptance and acknowledgement documents from the Ministry of Trade & Investment).

All digital platforms have been put on notice for take down of infringing materials where the name Kizz Daniel is in use, and we have responded to foreign and local media outfits on this issue following calls for clarification. We also wish to formally inform the public that the artiste’s use of the names Kiss Daniel and Kizz Daniel amount to breach of the company’s intellectual property rights. The company further advises the general public and other artistes to desist from engaging the artiste in respect of the names and contact the company’s management to confirm any information or proposal from the artist or his advisers which we believe are calculated to deceive.

We shall also not hesitate to take appropriate legal action to obtain judicial redress where necessary for such infringements.

Thank you.

http://www.popularmp3.net/2018/06/kizz-daniel-new-name-also-belong-to-g.html

Friday, June 15, 2018

Super Eagles Won Vogue Magazine's "most stylish team" in Russia World Cup

The Super Eagles of Nigeria have again won another award for their world cup kits and fashion sense, Top global fashion magazine, Vogue voted the Super Eagles as the most stylish team in the world cup.