Dah Face : Beautiful Nubia – Afrikanbaze Face of dah week

Beautiful Nubia:


His stage name is Beautiful Nubia, but his real name is Olusegun Akinlolu. He always joke that you can dance to the sound of his names. He was born in Ibadan in southwest Nigeria in 1968. He studied veterinary medicine at the University of Ibadan and worked as a vet for about eight years before He became a full-time artist. Of course, He was a musician long before. From early childhood, He always knew He was going to do music. You are nine years old, and you know you have a gift for songwriting. You can hear melody and bend it around, and it becomes yours. So He always knew He was going to play music. It was just a question of when and how.

In Nigeria at that time, the ‘60s and ‘70s, he had to be a lawyer or doctor. He was a kind of all-around academic star, so it was natural that his teachers and parents would push him towards something professional. His teachers told him “You can be a singer or a dancer or whatever you want to do in the arts. But think about it. What if the arts don’t work? What if there’s an economic crisis? What is the first thing that goes? The arts. You need something you can fall back on.” They pushed him to learn a trade, so there would something to fall back on


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Dah face : King Konga – Afrikanbaze Face Of Dah Week

Lawal Olalekan Olumo who is popualrly knwon as Konga is a Nigerian singer and rapper born on 9th January in the city of Lagos.

He is atelnetd singer with diverse style and also the CEO of Funky Monkey Entertainment.

He started singing at a tender age and began his music career as a street freestylist at Ebute Metta area of Lagos.

He has a unique style of music with the infusion of his yoruba language and the Eno Language, which is basically a coded way of speaking when you don’t want others to know about your conversation. It was widely used by ladies wayback from Kwara and Badagry.

He kicked off with performances such as Indomie Groove under the auspices of Larry Kay Events in Universities and Polytechnics in Nigeria.


The music artiste who believes in consistency has done a ,lot of hit songs including “Ja won si” featuring 2Baba, “Lori Le” featuring X-Project, “Jedi Jedi” featuring Olu Maintain and has also featured some other top artistes such as Abass Obesere, Prince Adewale Ayuba, Malaika and so on.

He rose to fame in the Nigerian music industry with the release of “Baby Konga” which was widely accepted across the country.

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Dah Face today : AfrikanBaze Face of dah week August Edition- Ritzy [aka Alhaji Infinix]

Adebayo Saheed Adedayo  popularly known by his stage name as Ritzy aka Alhaji infinix is a fast rising Nigerian hip hop , R&B singer, songwriter, street music sensation, stage performer and a recording artist. He was born in Sagamu, Nigeria. He is very gifted, skillful, creative and talented. He is originally from Ogun State.

He was Sagamu but brought up in Ijebu Ode, Ogun State.*
He is a singer particularly we can say his a versatile artist.

He is one of the fast rising talents that have been giving top Nigerian singers a run for Fame.

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AKb ENT : BlackTone ft. Adeyemi tourist – Banger

Afrikanbaze/Mayorbase Inc Team up giving us this mad tune BlaqTone ft Adeyemi Tourist
BalqTone gears up his first project coming up without giving us date
The new single serves as a follow up to his Ep as a sensational.
Check out ‘BanGer ’ performing by Nigerian coming star ⭐️ BalqTone ft Adeyemi Tourist and tell us what you think about this great tune.

DOWNLOAD MP3 BlackTone Ft. Adeyemi Tourist – Banger


Dah face : BlackTone ft. Adeyemi tourist – banger

Afrikanbaze/Mayorbase Inc Team up giving us this mad tune BlaqTone ft Adeyemi Tourist
BalqTone gears up his first project coming up without giving us date
The new single serves as a follow up to his Ep as a sensational.
Check out ‘BanGer ’ performing by Nigerian coming star ⭐️ BalqTone ft Adeyemi Tourist and tell us what you think about this great tune.

DOWNLOAD MP3 BlackTone Ft. Adeyemi Tourist – Banger


Dah Face : Durella – July edition

oluwadamilare Okulaja, also known as Durella, is a Nigerian recording artist, performer, songwriter and businessman. He is known for his singles, “Enu Ose”, “Shayo”, “Wizkolo Wiska”, “Club Rock” and “GaGa” featuring Wizkid

In February 2006, at a chance meeting in the town of Ibadan, Durella met executives from TcRecords while performing at a fashion show. He signed a deal a week later.

On his interview by CompassOnline news, he added that his other appellation is reflective of his roots. “The kind of music I play now is the music for the streets and I have termed it commercial universal street music, (if there is anything like that)

Today marks the twelve year anniversary of Durella’s debut album King of the Zanga, the singer’s official introduction to mainstream Nigerian.
Released by TC Records, KotZ was the birth of something special. The album exposed the country to Durella’s boundless energy, contained hit singles such as

“Enu O Se”, “Wiskolowiska”, “Shayo” and “In the Zanga”, and helped to popularize a handful of street slangs, some of which are still in use to this day.

King of the Zanga set the charismatic singer apart as one for the future.

It’s no exaggeration to say that Durella had all it took to become one of the most important pop stars of the last decade; it’s not only disappointing that he didn’t become one, it’s also actually a surprise.

Durella credits his mum with his early experimentation with music, but it wasn’t easy. The singer and his family had to survive in some of the toughest neighbourhoods in Lagos.

What’s worse, they did it with Durella’s father out of the picture for most of his childhood. But in spite of their circumstances, Mama Durella encouraged her son’s dream to become a singer.

According to him: “I remember the early days when she would give me money to go for recording sessions because she knew that I had the talent”.

At first, Durella experimented with R&B music, at one point, going by the prissy stage name Durel. But it wasn’t until he added the “street” element to his sound that things truly started to connect for him.

The singer claims that it was the feedback from the Lagos underground scene that made him add a suffix to his name and with that, a lot more edge

Durella discovered aggression as an effective way to grab the listener’s attention, relying less on melody to carry a record and more on his undeniable charm.

As a result, “Queen of My Zanga” was the only song on the KotZ album that sounded anything like a ballad. Practically the rest of the album was delivered with Durella’s high-octane energy that would become his trademark.

There are two other qualities that would distinguish Durella’s music: The first is his extensive use of slangs and innuendos, the second is his uninhibited sex appeal.

The OJB-produced “Wiskolowiska” was the perfect convergence of the two. Durella turned, what was essentially a gibberish chorus, into a bonafide hit.

He then spent the better part of his verses describing sexual activities in a manner so graphic NBC officials must have had a heart attack the first time they analyzed the lyrics.

Durella’s style of music might have been intentional but the moment that turned his career around was anything but. It came in 2006.

Durella was performing at a fashion show in Ibadan and executives from TC Records were in the audience. They liked what they heard, tapped up the singer and signed him to a contract within a week. The rest, as they say, is Nigerian music history.

Durella’s talent would receive a further stamp of validation when he was crowned the winner of the first-ever MTV & Zain Advance Warning, beating the likes of Overdose, Terry tha Rapman, Terry G and Waje.

Unluckily though, just before Durella started his career ascent, another artist had begun making Nigerian music history too — his name is D’banj.

Kokomaster burst onto the scene in 2005 and immediately made the hyper-sexualized, super-energetic male popstar lane his own, so much so that all artists that came after him were seen as copycats. And there was no one more similar in style than Durella.

Both singers were always quick to take off their shirts but slow to take off their shades. Both singers packed their songs with innuendos, new slangs, and double entendres, and played dumb when pressed about them in interviews.

Durella would find some success with this style in his own career but D’banj grew so big, so fast that he inadvertently sentenced the “Gunner’s Anthem” singer to a lifetime of unfavourable comparisons. The two men would go on to have a complicated personal and professional relationship and would collaborate for the first time in 2013 on “Ibadie” off D’banj’s D’Kings Men compilation album.

However, comparison with his musical nemesis wasn’t the only thing that stole Durella’s destiny.

There were allegations of a lack of focus due to alcohol abuse and womanizing (which he vehemently denies), rumours of a falling out with his label, the artist himself going on long sabbaticals, and his handlers consistently dropping the ball at the moments when his music was white-hot.

Durella’s would follow up his debut album with 2010’s reconfigurated and continued to deliver hit songs like “My Life” and “Club Rock”. His run lasted a few more years but he never quite lived up to his early promise.

The singer has been plotting a comeback with a long overdue third album tentatively titled Back, Better and Bad.

When it does drop, a now 40-year-old Durella would be lucky if the throne he abdicated for so long is still there, never mind whether it has a vacancy for him




Dah Face : CEO New Wave Fashionista – Gbolahan Babatunde [ July edition ]

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Fashion design is the art of applying design, aesthetics and natural beauty to clothing and its accessories. It is influenced by cultural and social attitudes, and has varied over time …

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Gbolahan Babatunde is a fashionista born and in Oyo state brought up in Ogun state, ijebu Ode his currently  becoming  ur next tailor as you know!!!

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Fashion is a popular aesthetic expression at a particular time, place and in a specific context, especially in clothing, lifestyle, accessories, and body proportions


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AKB : Face of dah week | July edition – JABRIC

Ayodele Alabi who is popularly known as JABRIC was born in kaduna state and brought up in Lagos state He started his musical sensations some years back in ilorin kwara state , he focuses on Afro and R&B. He has been working in the studio with the likes of Banky W , 2Baba and many more

JABRIC comes up with another intriguing single titled ‘Omotena‘ Produced by 2showmix.

The MBS Entertainment hit maker expressing his feeling for the lady he admires.

Baby Malo Ji Soro, Me And You Kosi’soro

(Baby don’t try to feel jealous, for you and i, we got no qualms ) in English.

This single comes in after his first hit Baba Loke.

Listen and Enjoy JABRIC music


AKB :Face of Dah week | July edition – Tolulope [aka Ike anobi]

Onifade tolulope Sunday is an indigene of Ekiti State , brought up in Lagos state He resides in ikorodu Lagos area

i am a film editor and media personal , thy call me tee man

I am my self easy going , like !!! love to help any other around with what I can  !Fam.

You can get  tolulope on WhatsApp +234 703 020 6792.  For your films editor and cinematography.