Saturday, 19 January 2019

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Friday, 18 January 2019

Here are 10 new songs you need to listen to this week.


Here are the 10 new songs you need to add to your library this week.

This time every week, Pulse Music compiles some of the very best of Nigerian songs released during the course of the week that may have gone under your listening radar.

With the music industry slowly opening up to new releases at the start of the new year, a number of names have taken it upon themselves to make an early impression on the scene.

Falz was a major talking point this week with the release of his fourth studio album, ''Moral Instruction'', however, here are 10 other songs that should make for an exciting addition to your playlist this week.



By Ehis Ohunyon.
Full story at Pulse NG.

6 things Emeka Ike thinks of Nigeria movie industry.


Emeka Ike is one of the Nigerian stars who made a name for himself in Nollywood movies.

With over 100 movies to his credit, Emeka Ike has revealed some of his thoughts about Nollywood.
In an interview with Punch published in January 2019, the actor touched on his sincere thoughts about the fast-growing Nigerian movie industry.

Here are the six things Emeka Ike thinks of the Nigerian movie industry.

1. State of Nollywood
The ‘Stigma’ actor bared his mind on the state of Nollywood saying, “The industry is no longer what it used to be. Producers don’t make (as much) movies anymore; the issue of being poorly paid is out of it. I haven’t made movies in over six years. However, last year, I was begged to go to a location for a movie which is all over the Internet now.”

2. The new wave
On the new wave in the industry, which includes the rise of cable television, Emeka said, “Cable television has taken over everywhere and the producers and marketers that used to be popular then are no longer famous because nobody is buying their CDs.”



By Gbenga Bada.
Full story at Pulse NG.




Why an Adekunle Gold and Simi joint album could be the masterpeice of their careers.

Adekunle Gold and Simi on the O2 Arena
stage at the About30 Concert [MichaelTubes]

Simi and Adekunle Gold are reportedly working on a joint album, and this could be a pivotal moment in the discography of the power couple.

The idea of a power couple album is not exactly a new concept globally, but as the music crosses into the Nigerian waters, it largely remains an uncharted territory.

Of course, there have been a few musical couples who have combined forces in the past to release projects, cue in Tunde and Wunmi Obe, the dynamic duo who started off as members of the Unilag band and became screen darlings with the Charly Boy show in the 90s.

We also had The Mandators in the 1980s, the reggae group comprising of Victor Essiet and his late wife, Peggy famous for their songs like ‘Rat Race’ and ‘Apartheid’, but it will actually be a hard sell to term them as a 'power couple' in that context.



By Ehis Ohunyon.
Full story at Pulse NG.




Thursday, 17 January 2019

Candy Tsa reflects on being diagnosed with diabetes: It was a shock.

Candy Tsa has some advice for people living with diabetes.
Image: Instagram/ Candy Tsamandebelesa

When songstress Candy Tsa was diagnosed with diabetes eight years ago, it came as a complete shock and meant she had to restructure her entire lifestyle. 

During a Q&A on Instagram, Candy told fans she was diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes shortly after the death of her son in 2011. Candy's son was killed in a car crash. 

She said it was unexpected and came as a shock but meant she had to make major changes to her lifestyle. 

"I started with what I ate and drank. It was difficult at first but with time I got used to it. Secondly, (had to change) my lifestyle all together."




By Karishma Thakurdin.
Full story at Times Live.



Wednesday, 16 January 2019

All the beautiful ladies.


All the beautiful ladies please visit Charles Hair Installation at Divine Studio Hair Saloon situated at 91 Juta Street, Braamfontein for the following services:


  1. Treatment for natural hair: R100.
  2. Relaxing of Hair with Dark & Lovely: R100.
  3. Blow Drying for Brazilian: R50.
  4. Treatment for Brazilian: R100.
  5. Cut & Style: R150.
  6. Making of Wig: R250.
  7. Installation of Brazilian Hair: R150.
  8. Bonding with Hair: R300.
  9. Haircut for Ladies: R50.
  10. Haircut for Men:R50.
  11. Selling of Brazilian and Peruvian Hair (Grade 10 & 11).
  12. Hair Coloring: R300 upward.
  13. Home Service: R800.




Cellphone: 078 618 3898.
Email: installationscharles@gmail.com
Physical Address: 91, Juta Street, Braamfontein, Johannesburg.

Anna Faris offers to officiate at ex-husband Chris Pratt’s wedding.


Anna Faris has offered to officiate at ex-husband Chris Pratt’s wedding with Katherine Schwarzenegger.

Jurassic World star Pratt popped the question to Schwarzenegger on Sunday after less than a year of dating.

He was previously married to Scary Movie actress Faris for nine years and the couple have a six-year-old son, Jack.



By Keiran Southern.
Full story at Yahoo News.

Tuesday, 15 January 2019

Louis Vuitton Tapped Indya Moore, Sophie Turner and 15 Other Major Celebs for Their New Campaign.


At times, fashion can be a poetic crossroads between art, style, and celebrity. Nicolas Ghesquière’s Spring 2019 pre-fall Louis Vuitton campaign is just that. Featuring 17 of his favorite performers as muses, the seasonally ambiguous campaign is a gorgeous display of classic Louis Vuitton style with a modern twist. Actors like Chloë Grace MoretzIndya Moore, Sophie Turner and Laura Harrier each star in individual images modeling everything from LV crossbody bags to floral dresses.

In a press release, Ghesquière explained his reason for using the 17 women. "These women embrace the various personalities that embody fashion at Louis Vuitton," he wrote. "Be they stars or new faces, all of them share the same willpower, and confidence in their choices, and at the same time, reflect the eclecticism of the female identity."

The collection melds seasons with mixed prints like plaid, stripes, and florals, as well as exaggerated silhouettes and leather staples. It's basically the ideal wardrobe for anyone who can't make up their mind about what season has the best fashion (AKA everyone).



By Teen Vogue.
Full story at Yahoo News.