Popular Nigerian singer Tiwa Savage had ‘Somebody’s Son’ storming the stage while she was treating patrons with music from her rich repertoire during her performance at Livespot Festival in Lagos.
Well, guess what, that ‘Somebody’s Son’ was her own child Jamil Balogun who unexpectedly climbed the stage with a bouquet of flowers and presented it to her. The warmth emitted on stage when Jamil hugged her superstar mom and gave her the flowers really thrilled the fans indeed.
It’s not clear if the act was premeditated to give another perspective to Tiwa’s new banger Somebody’s Son which featured R&B great Brandy. Regardless, that brief interlude really added an aura to the performance.
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Don Jazzy Didn’t Want to Work With Me Last Year – D’Banj
The Nigerian artiste who goes by the affectionate moniker Kokomaster explained that Don Jazzy postponed the all important project to this year so they invest much time and quality into it.
When asked if there is any chance of him still collaborating with Don Jazzy, he responded;
“If we are paid big money. Somebody wanted to pay us last year (2021) but it was Don Jazzy that moved it. He won’t like that I said it was him but that is the truth. We are all connected in a group and they said we would do Mo’Hits Reunion but I was out of the country then.
But, Don Jazzy later said we should move it to 2022, so that we would do it bigger. So, it is Don Jazzy you should ask. We are (still) friends.”
He disclosed that in the meantime, he would drop new tracks while he waits for his project with Jazzy.
“Music is forever going to be in me. We grew up not having anybody to look up to but now in the industry, there are people to look up to. I won’t say music is not profitable. But, having the luxury lifestyle that one wants goes beyond music alone,” D’Banj said.
Let My New Song Trend- Tubaba Begs Davido And Wizkid
Tubaba has jovially asked Wizkid and Davido not to take the shine away from his new single SMILE after their reconciliation monopolized social and mainstream media and tabloids.
Davido and Wizkid after feuding for years officially brought an end to their animosity after they were spotted in a viral video hugging and hanging around.
The two Afrobeat powerhouse were seen exchanging pleasantries as Starboy whispered into OBO’s ears while they hugged for a long time.
Reacting to this new development that has really excited music fans, Tubaba whose African Queen song produced two decades ago has assumed an iconic status in African music, said he’s extremely happy about this as it just put a smile on his face.
He however reminded them that their historic union has superseded the single previously mentioned song he just produced plus the corresponding music video.
He wrote; “This put a smile on my face but Abeg Una let my song and video trend small. Run up my numbers biko, no distractions.”