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Wednesday, February 14, 2018

NEW MUSIC: Wise Prince - No Worries

PH bases entertainer and artiste, Wise Prince who is currently been managed under PH entertainment outfit Twist Empire officially drops a debut single, NO WORRIES.
The act who is famous for his top shows and parties around Port Harcourt is definitely one to look out for and he shows his versatility on this tune which is produced by talented PH based CMB in-house producer G-Don
Download and enjoy this fresh tune below


Monday, February 12, 2018

Footballer Accidentally Shows His Manhood In Premier League Clash. Pics/video

During additional time of the clash between Huddersfield and Bournemouth, A player on the substitutes bench wasn't conscious of the camera which was focused to his area and briefly took down his shorts thereby exposing his joystick to the world, he quickly readjusted but our cameras were too quick and got the full view.

Monday, February 5, 2018


Young and Versatile Delta Born artiste, Emerson, officially makes his debut on the music scene with a song that will definitely have you raping your DOWNLOAD button.

With impressive bars and a nice mode of delivery over a well cooked beat, this is definitely a great way to introduce himself to the music scene and if he keeps dropping materials as amazing as this, there's no telling he'll be definitely be one to look out for as he is coming into the scene with a totally different vibe than what our ears has grown accustomed to.

No much talk, use the download link below and see for yourself how good this song is.


Thursday, January 18, 2018

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Monday, January 15, 2018

NEW MUSIC : 3Geez & AndyBlaze - Lit-Rich

Fast Rising PH Based Music Group 3Geez and Andy Blaze Collaborate on a brand new single for 2018.
Delving away from the afropop sound, the artists drop a very eccentric and rhythmic Trap song which will definitely make you want to take more listens after the first Play. All artistes totally murdered their verses and this definitely gonna be a great way to introduce themselves to the industry this year.

Thursday, January 4, 2018

Sarah Forbes Bonetta- The Yoruba Slave Who Became Queen Victoria’s Goddaughter

Sarah Forbes Bonetta was originally born ‘Aina’ in 1843 to Egbado parents of the
Yoruba ethnic group . Her father was the high chief of Oke-Odan, an Egbado village in western Nigeria, till he was killed in 1848 when King Gezo of Dahomey , one of the
notorious slave raiders in the 19th century , raided his village. Sarah’s parents and siblings whose names are unknown were killed in the raid which turned Sarah, an Egbado princess, into a slave. Many of the villagers captured during the raid were made slaves and sacrificed to the gods of Dahomey but fortunately for Sarah, she was saved by the quick intervention of Captain Frederick E. Forbes , a British naval officer who was on a visit to Dahomey kingdom to persuade King Gezo to abolish slave trade. Captain Frederick E. Forbes persuaded King Gezo to present Sarah (then Aina) as a gift to Queen Victoria, he said: “ She would be a present from the King of the Blacks to the Queen of the Whites. ” King Gezo agreed and thus Sarah’s life was spared and subsequently she was named Sarah, Forbes, the captain’s surname and Bonetta which was the name of his ship (HMS Bonetta).

On the 9th of November, 1850, Captain Frederick Forbes took Sarah to Great Britain to meet Queen Victoria at Windsor castle. The Queen admired Sarah’s intelligence and ability to learn quickly. Even Captain Frederick wrote: “ She is a perfect genius; she now speaks English well, and has great talent for music… She is far in advance of any white child of her age in aptness of learning, and strength of mind and affection…” Shortly after, Captain Frederick Forbes died and so Sarah was sent to the Schoen family in Palm Cottage, Gillingham. Queen Victoria adopted Sarah as her goddaughter and sponsored her education. Being the Queen’s goddaughter, Sarah had unlimited access to Windsor castle like other members of the royal family. Shortly after Sarah began to live with the Schoen family, she developed a health problem due to the damp weather of Britain. Queen Victoria arranged for her migration to Sierra Leone to continue her education at the Female Institution, a CMS school in Freetown where she excelled in music and her academics. In 1855, Sarah returned to Great Britain.

In January 1862, Sarah Forbes Bonetta, now 19 years old, attended the wedding of the Queen’s eldest child, Princess Royal Victoria, as a guest. Seven months later, she was offered a marriage to Captain James Labulo Davies , a 31-year-old wealthy Yoruba businessman who lives in Britain. Sarah was reluctant to accept the offer due to reasons known to her but she eventually accepted after much persuasion. The wedding took place in August 1862 at the St. Nicholas Church in Brighton, England. It was such an extravagant one; dignitaries from different parts of the world were in attendance.

The new couple moved back to Africa and settled in the town of Badagary in Lagos, Nigeria. Shortly after her marriage, Sarah Forbes Davies had her first daughter and requested for permission from Queen Victoria to name her Victoria. The Queen granted the permission and also adopted baby Victoria as her goddaughter. In 1867, Sarah and her daughter visited the Queen then returned to Lagos where she had two more children named Arthur and Stella. Sarah was diagonised with tuberculosis and later died on August 15, 1880 at the age of 37. She was buried in Funchal, Madiera Island, Portugal. It was such a sad moment for her family. Queen Victoria wrote in her diary, “ Saw poor Victoria Davies, my black godchild, who learnt this morning of the death of her dear mother ”. Queen Victoria took good care of Sarah’s children and maintained close contact with them. Till today, the decendants of James Labulo Davies and Sarah Forbes Bonetta Davies lived in England, Sierra Leone and Lagos, Nigeria.

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