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Davido 10 Years A King



Ten years ago, David Adeleke hit our airwaves with his first ever single titled “Back when” featuring Nigerian legendary rapper, Naeto C and got the attention of his first set fans in Nigeria.

Not resting on his oars, the DMW boss pushed on inspite of the challenges he encountered from his billionaire father that didn’t want his youngster to become a musician. The young lad hit the studio again and dropped a banger which got the attention of Africa as a whole, ‘Dami Duro’ was the name of that hit!


Dami Duro was a song made by Ace producer Shizzi and the jam went on to becoming one of the biggest songs to come out of Africa. Davido didn’t allow the attention get to his head, he kept on pushing until he became a constant hit Maker and about one of the biggest artistes to come out of Africa.

His musical prowess has gotten him to shine at the world stage and his song “Fall”and “If” is regarded as one of the most played songs by an African in the US.


The father of three has won several Awards to his credit— from Headies, sound city, Mobo, BET & the EMAs. He his surprisingly still dishing out hit songs consistently for his fans. It is not our place to say he’s one of the artistes that got the world to pay attention to Afrobeat but his contribution to the genre can not be overemphasized .

The world grooves to his tunes and as well as other Afrobeat A list artiste. So, without mincing words, Davido has done great things in the music industry in the last 10 years. His entrance into the world of music was like a breath of fresh air which was needed and it likewise birth the competition that got the industry developing to the level it is now.


From AlmaplusBlog, we celebrate a legend and an icon for blessing us with his talents. Indeed he has been a king for 10 years.


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Yemi Alade Showed Up & Showed Out For 2021 Earthshot Prize Awards





Nigerian singer Yemi Alade made an appearance at the 2021 Earthshot Prize Awards ceremony on Sunday, October 17, 2021, looking fabulous.

Not only did Yemi show up and showed out for the ceremony, she also gave an electrifying performance that wowed the entire guests.

She donned an Ankara outfit styled by ATHENA. Her hair beautifully made alongside her face beat— of course, representing the culture!

The ceremony was organized by the duke and duchess of Cambridge. Aimed to recognize innovative solutions to the world’s environmental challenges

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Burna Boy Graces Evening Standard Magazine’s Latest Cover In Style





Multi- award winning Nigerian artist, Burna Boy is gracing the latest cover of Evening Standard magazine in style.

He donned a brown JORDANLUCA set paired with a tie alongside a dye coat from British-Nigerian fashion brand MONAD.


Burna Boy had a conversation with Evening Standard Magazine about his music, life, London being his second home, his relationship with P Diddy and more.

Read excerpts below;

On releasing an album soon

Nah, they need to miss me a bit. ‘I’ll keep it real with you, I did want to drop an album, was working, and as always the music was coming, but I just thought: Why am I even doing this and what am I trying to prove? So, I’m chilling.

On his charity and setting up funds for the EndSARS victims

It was a very weird time. I started getting phone calls: People wanna know why you’re not involved. Why are you not saying anything? But, as soon as I heard something I jumped into action. That’s who I am. I’ve been through so much at the hands of people that none of this is a surprise to me. You have to understand this: I realised, very early on, that if you’re fighting for someone then use only one hand. One to fight and the other to defend yourself from the person you’re fighting for!

Read full interview here:

Photography: @ruthossaistudio
Styling: @jessicaskeetecross
Interview: @teftobz
Set design: @ruthossaistudio Luke Kene and Timisola Shasanya
Hair: Jasmine Dale
Grooming:  @mata_marielle
Nails:  @edytabetka_nailpro
Digital and lighting technician: Ryan Coleman
Stylist’s assistant: Benjamin Carnall

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Ayra Starr Is The Cover Girl For Accelerate TV




Ayra Starr is the cover girl for Accelerate TV’s “The Cover” October issue and she’s gracing it with a fashion statement.

The Mavin signee discusses with the magazine on her music career, future plans and more.

Describing Ayra Starr, here’s what Accelerate TV has to say:

The vibe you get from Ayra Starr’s music is the same vibe you get from her in person. Ayra Starr is clear on what she wants, what she likes, and who she is-all of which are apparent in her lyrics. Conversations behind the scenes with Ayra, along with quiet observations of the STARR in her natural element, show a young woman who is as in touch with herself, as she is with her audience. Ayra is mindful with her words and thinks before she speaks, which is also probably the reason we’ve gotten such good music.

Read excerpts below:

On handling negative comments:

I do not register information that is not my business. I don’t know any other way to answer or explain what I mean. I simply do
not dwell on negativity. It requires time and energy that can be channelled towards more useful things. Alternatively, I think people should focus on more important and meaningful things when they aren’t listening to my music. I’m a proud feminist, I believe in one love and I’m a fashion killer of course!

On how she manages her mental health and what keeps her balanced and clear-minded:

Whenever I start to feel overwhelmed or stressed, I just take a break. I withdraw from the noise and all the distractions and spend
time on myself. I do the things that make me feel good or just calm me down…I watch TV, I eat and I sleep.

On harnessing her individuality:

I read books about spirituality and try to make sure that I am always learning. That’s the way to keep expanding your mind and
adding depth to your thoughts. I also learn a lot through music and have a genuine desire to be a better person and to master my craft. But just as importantly, my mom taught me how to be my own person.

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Photography: @xmagepictures
Outfit: @getoworld

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