Veteran actress and filmmaker, Genevieve Nnaji, has called out film distributors for allegedly monopolising the market.
The Ekiti State Governor, Dr. Kayode Fayemi, has given approval for the state’s broadcasting service to commence operation on January 1, 2019.
The Lagos State Governor, Akinwunmi Ambode, on Sunday evening reiterated the commitment of his administration to continue to play up the arts and entertainment industry to grow the economy and positively engage the youth, saying the sector…
AY Dot Com, on Thursday posted a viral video, condemning the said station for refusing to give fair broadcast to all artists.
The 64-year-old stand-up comedian and actor who topped the list of the 10 highest paid comedians last year, maintains the feat in the 2018 list released by Forbes Magazine.
Genevieve Nnaji’s directorial debut: “Lion Heart,” was premiered for cinema viewings at a private screening in Lagos.
Popular Nigerian singers, Olamide and Lil Kesh, are currently receiving a major backlash for their new song perceived to promote ritual killings and illegal means to make money.
The News Agency of Nigeria reports that although the movie was purchased by Netflix in July, Nnaji’s team announced last Friday that its cinema screening would commence on December 21.
The News Agency of Nigeria reports that the list, released on Wednesday, ranks the wealthiest American celebrities based on fortune they have amassed off their fame.
The appearance of the trio was confirmed in a statement by the Assistant General Manager of the company, Nneka Elege.
The organisers of the event confirmed the headliners on their official website, while Wizkid confirmed his inclusion after ex-Arsenal Football Club and England international legendary striker, Ian Wright, mentioned the “Fever” crooner on…
The song of Nigerian-British soul singer, Helen Folasade Adu, aka Sade Adu: “The Big Unknown,” has made The Oscars 2019 shortlist for “Best Original Song”.
Busta Rhymes, also a music producer and actor, is best known for his high speed rapping and heavy use of internal and half rhyme in his songs.
The Fuji king, who came with many of his friends, made sure he paid for several people who were already on the queue to see the movie with him.
Afropop sensation, Ayodeji Balogun, aka Wizkid, pulled a show stopping sold-out show in the Federal Capital Territory.
The 2007 West Africa Idol winner, Timi Dakolo, gave the peak of performance at the 2018 Future Awards when he delivered his hit song: “There’s a Cry,” to the standing ovation of the audience.
President Muhammadu Buhari has directed the immediate provision of working capital to members of the nation’s entertainment industry by the Bank of Industry and the Nigeria Export-Import Bank.