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Achievas music signee Solid Star returns with the official video to “Nwa Baby” which features legendary Tuface Idibia (2baba) starring Ayo Makun “AY Comedian” 

The video was shot and directed by Adasa Cookey. 

Enjoy the visuals below 


Efe Wins #Bbnaija 2017

Efe Wins #Bbnaija 2017
Efe Wins #Bbnaija 2017
Big Brother Naija has ended. Channel 198 on Dstv deactivated but the celebrations will go into the night for the fans and well wishers of Efe, the winner of Bbnaija 2017: See Gobbe. 

The live eviction show started with Ebuka as usual taking us through the eviction process but since this was the last eviction show/crowning the winner, there were no nominations. 

The housemates went through the wrk performing various tasks to win  the coveted Head Of House which lasted just a day. While this was going on, the fans of the last five housemates: Efe, Bisola, Tboss, Debbierise and Marvis campaigned hard and long to get their favorites winning the ultimate prize of 25 million naira and an SUV. 

The proceedings for the night began with performances from 2Baba, performing his new single Holy Holy. 

Tiwa Savage performed her new single All Over while EmmyGee, Ab Crazy, DJ Dimplez took to the stage to perform his hit single Rands and Naira. 
See clips from their performances below 

Now for the business of the day. The first evicted housemate from the last five was Marvis. She was pulled out of the race leaving four housemates. Debbierise followed and then Tboss evicted leaving Efe and Bisola as the last two housemates standing. 

Ebuka called both housemates to the live eviction show arena and presented them to the audience waiting to see them. 

With the tension high, Ebuka pronounced Efe as the winner for the 2017 edition of Big Brother Naija reality show (See Gobbe). The audience at the live show went crazy. 

Congratulations to Efe!!!!!

Tokunbo Idowu aka Tboss has been given the price of 500k as the Overall Winner of House Games.

Bisola wins the one.org campaign Back to school for women/girl child empowerment, and takes home in prize money
It’s been a entertaining and thrilling show all the way.

Download MP3: 2Baba – Holy Holy

Download MP3: 2Baba – Holy Holy
Download 2Baba – Holy Holy

2Baba resurfaces with another unique reggae tune dubbed “Holy Holy”. The conscious tune sends a message to people who always point accusing fingers at others as though their lives are perfect.

This comes shortly after he blessed his esteemed fans with a freestyle titled “Joy Comes In The Morning” and also after he got dragged by fellow Nigerian act, Eedris Abdulkareem.

In summary, “He who is without sin should cast the first stone”.

Listen below 

Download 2Baba – Holy Holy

Download MP3: 2Baba – Joy In The Morning (Freestyle)

Download MP3: 2Baba - Joy In The Morning (Freestyle)
Download MP3: 2Baba – Joy In The Morning (Freestyle)

Check out this Brand new freestyle from the legendary 2face aka 2Baba titled Joy In The Morning.
The master piece was Produced by Jfem Production.
Listen below 

Download 2Baba – Joy In The Morning (Freestyle)

Video: Eedris Abdulkareem Comes For 2Baba; Tells Him To Shut Up

Eedris Abdulkareem Comes For 2Baba; Tells Him To Shut Up
Eedris Abdulkareem Comes For 2Baba; Tells Him To Shut Up

We all know Eedris is never shy with how he feels about any topic and the veteran has spoken out against the African Queen crooner.

In an interview with Planet TV, Eedris told 2Baba to shut up and not forget that Blackface wrote all his hit songs, all?!.

He further added that Tuface needs make good music instead of the crap he has been consistently putting out.

In his words; Who you be? You dey mad…You don forget say na Blackface dey write all your hits?

See interview today;

Eedris Abdulkareem Addresses 2baba

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VIDEO: 2Baba – “African Queen” (Remix)

VIDEO: 2Baba – “African Queen” (Remix)
VIDEO: 2Baba – “African Queen” (Remix)

Whenever this song was played, it resonated pure artistry, a new sound and a great feeling especially for lovers all over the world. The Evergreen song “African Queen” began with 2Baba’s “Face 2 Face” album up till his Grass 2 Grace project.

The Ascension has been quite Unstoppable, truly Away & Beyond. It’s only the legend that can Rewind, Select and Update his songs and still make them relevant.

From 2face to 2baba, Enjoy the lovely visuals of African Queen remix featuring RMD, AY and ensure you share thereafter.
Watch the visuals to this sensational remix after the cut 

Download Video
You can also pick up the audio below 

Download 2Baba – African Queen (Remix)

Video: Phyno – Okpeke feat. 2baba and Flavour

Video: Phyno - Okpeke feat. 2baba and Flavour
Video: Phyno – Okpeke feat. 2baba and Flavour

Here is Phyno dropping the visuals for his tune Okpeke featuring legendary artiste 2baba and Flavour. 

Enjoy the vibe 

Video: Watch 2Baba Cancel his plans to a nationwide protest 

eNEWS: 2Baba releases Official statement on NationwideProtest 

2Face Releases Official Statement On New Date For Protest by 360metrosports: 4:03pm

2baba (formerly 2face Idibia) has rescheduled the 5th Feb protest against Nigeria’s Federal Government to 6th Feb 2017.

The official statement on the postponement goes thus:

Hello my fellow Nigerians…

Since the idea of a nationwide march was first mentioned, the need for urgent solutions to the challenges facing Nigerians has become very clear. The people have hoped for a better Nigeria since 1999 but things are not getting any better for the majority. We are still where we are – poor and desperate. I will be no longer be quiet.

I want to thank EiE, The 2face Foundation, numerous colleagues and countless fellow Nigerians for stepping up to partner with me. I am just a musician with a point of view and the ear of my fans.

I have dedicated my time and resources to peace building, voter education towards peaceful elections and youth engagement in governance in Nigeria. This time around, my partners, colleagues and I have come together to present a platform for real Nigerians to communicate their real pains to government at all levels in a peaceful and articulate manner with a view to getting lasting solutions to our problems.
This march is about demanding that all saboteurs of good government policies should hands off.

This march is about encouraging positive minded Nigerians to continue to work without intimidation.

We have a system that is clearly designed not to work for the majority.

What is this march not about?

It is not a platform for politicians of any party to manipulate. I know you will still spin it but for one second leave your battles aside and just listen to people without trying to score cheap political points against one another. It is not a point scoring exercise. It is certainly not personal.

It is not an organized labour platform. With all due respect to our comrades who have done much for Nigeria, this march is for the unrepresented.

It is not a ‘my religion or tribe is better than yours’ matter. All our blood is red.

I, Innocent Idibia, am a living example of a Nigerian who owes their success to Nigerians of every tribe and religion. None ask what religion or tribe I am before supporting me. I am grateful.

Therefore, it is with every sense of humility that I say that with this march, I want:

1) Security

All Nigerians’ lives MUST matter. My religion, ethnicity or what part of the country I live shouldn’t determine the type of protection I get from my government.

According to the Constitution, ‘the security and welfare of the people shall be the primary purpose of government.’

2) Education

To develop beyond oil, we have to invest in our human capital. Every child must have access to quality education. If our teachers are not paid, how will we raise the next generation to lead the country and run our businesses?

3) Health

Health is wealth. People die daily from lack of basic, affordable health care. We can definitely do better.

4) Power

Government needs to make it easier to generate power at the state and local government level so everything is not tied to the center. We need electricity to be productive. The cost of generating our own power is crippling.

5) Unemployment

Poor education plus a struggling economy means a lot of people are unemployed. Unemployed people are hungry and angry.

6) High cost of living

Food, transportation, medicine, everything is 3 times, 4 times more expensive but our salaries haven’t increased. What do we do

7) Social Justice

According to the Constitution, ‘The Federal Republic of Nigeria shall be a State based on the principles of democracy and social justice.’

There cannot be one set of rules for the poor and another set for the rich.

8) Transparency

The best way to kill corruption is to increase transparency. Government finances and contracts must be open and available to all. Who got the money, to do what and by when?

9) Cost of government

Our governance is TOO expensive – federal, state, local – cars, housing, allowances. We must reduce the cost of maintaining our public officials

10) Patriotism

I stand with Nigeria. There is enough in Nigeria for all of us to ‘chop belleful’. Enough is enough. We must put Nigeria first and keep all the greedy & selfish people away from leadership.
Call to Action

Between now and Monday, February 6, I ask you to share via videos, Facebook, Twitter, blogs, SMS to 0902-355-5335. How are these issues affecting you? What are your daily struggles? How is it doing you? No matter what part of the world you are, I encourage you to share your stories. And join me on Monday in Surulere or online

Use any of the hashtags #IStandWith2Baba #IStandWithNigeria #OneVoiceNigeria on social media.

We will take all the reports and send them to our elected representatives as ONE VOICE of Nigerians across party, ethnic and religious lines – as they hear real people talk about real issues.

On Monday, February 6, meet me at the National Stadium at 8AM and we’ll walk to the National Theatre – 2 national icons that epitomize our decline – as we state clearly and peacefully that #IStandWithNigeria and Nigeria must work for all of us and all of us must work for Nigeria.

eNEWS: Ruggedybaba Blasts Blackface For Condemning 2face-led Protest

So the story continues as the anti-government nationwide protest by 2Baba continues to gather more traction. This time legendary rapper, Ruggedman, has attacked Blackface for condemning the plan.

2Face’s former band mate in the defunct “Plantashun Boys” crew, Blackface, had earlier shared a post by a Lagos-based lawyer and rights activists, Bunmi Awoyemi, on social media condemning the proposed protest.

The post which was titled “Lets Educate the illiterate as he leads the protest”, read: “I read Tuface Idibia’s verbal tirade in Vanguard in which he said he will be leading a protest against Buhari on the 5th of February for among other things not paying salaries of civil servants.

Watch: 2baba Address Protest Issue On Facebook Live

“I think he needs to be educated about the efforts of the Buhari administration…”

In conclusion, the post said “We your fans want to assure you that if you go ahead with this protest we will reevaluate our support for you and it may be downhill for you afterwards. Rethink your actions and reflect deeply.”

Ruggedman has however expressed disappointment on the move by Blackface who used to be a close friend to 2Face to share the post.


He wrote this: “BLACKFACE FACE WHAT’S REAL @blackfacenaija you be my guy and @official2baba na my guy but I will tell you that this your move right here is very disappointing. You sang hardlife and all when things were even a bit bearable, but now that things are really messed up you have kept quiet. But here you are mouthing off over a 2Face move? Guy you fall my hand. Talking about educating people.

“First of all, it is not a protest being led by 2face. He said he saw the post and thought to lend his voice to it. Something a few other artists and people have done.

“So, you knew about all the governors embezzling funds and yet you said nothing. But you are quick to shout now because 2face name has come out on something. But you make it too obvious you have something against 2face and you should have let all this go by now. NIGERIANS are suffering and you are just monitoring 2face…”

Meanwhile, the Lagos State Police Commissioner, Fatai Owoseni, has said the command was aware of a proposed demonstration by 2face.

Mr. Owoseni said this on Monday while addressing journalists in Lagos.

In his address on the protest, the police chief said although his command was yet to be officially notified, he assured that the police would not allow unscrupulous elements to hijack the protest.

2face, the African Queen crooner, recently took to his Instagram handle, @official2baba, calling on his fans and followers to join in the nationwide protest scheduled for February 5