Petroleum Geoscience Training Brochure
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Ok it was about that time we have this two on a record… Fire right?? Let’s wait for it fam. Wizkid took to his social media page to announce a collaboration with Kiss Daniel a few hours after a teaser for the collaoration with Trey Songz was shared via snapchat. Wizkid will be doing big things this year…
Madam Kemi Olunloyo has “exposed” some dirty little secrets about Linda Ikeji. The international journalist took a series of tweets late last night to make some “strong points” on Linda Ikeji’s involvement in Dasuki’s arms deal. Read here
However things got a little more personal this morning with Madam Kemi claiming Linda had wrecked marriages. Madam Kemi further went on to accuse Linda Ikeji of sleeping and breaking up D’Banj’s relationship and the marriage of Dan Foster.
Of course we don’t know how true these accusations are but one thing we are sure off is the bad blood between Linda Ikeji and Madam Kemi Olunloyo.
Yiiikes, is the feud between Drake and Meek Mill reignited after this one?! A short snippet from Meek’s highly-anticipated mixtape dropped online, and he definitely seems to reference his beef with Drizzy, while also getting scarily violent with some lyrics, too. Listen here!
Meek Milljust went there with Drake! Although things have seemed to be pretty cool between Nicki Minaj’s boyfriend and best friend following their weeks-long feud at the end of summer, it looks like Meek is ready to heat things back up again on his new mixtape DreamChasers 4. Check out a snippet with some very telling lyrics right here!
“When I was saying sh** about the rhymes you ain’t wrote/I can’t wait till we run into ya, I’ma put a gun in ya,” Meek raps on the leaked verse. Considering this whole thing started with Nicki’s man claiming Drake uses a ghostwriter to pen his lyrics, this line definitely seems directed at that. But isn’t he taking things a LITTLE too far by bringing guns into the whole thing?!
After Meek started the war, the 29-year-old didn’t hold back from defending himself. Just days after he caught wind of Meek’s original slam, Drizzy released the track “Charged Up,” in which he takes multiple stabs at the rapper, and it wasn’t the only diss track — he also called out Nicki and Meek’s relationship on the track “Back To Back,” by singing about how Nicki is so much more successful than Meek.
While Meek still seems to be stuck in this fight, though, Drake has clearly moved on. In fact, on Dec. 21, he sat courtside at the Clippers game, and when a Meek fan tried to taunt him, he totally cracked up. Looks like the former Degrassi star is ready to just leave this fight in 2015 and move on!
Red Alert! Rihanna and Drake may be collaborating on a new song, and filming a music video to go along with it! The twosome were spotted in Los Angeles on January 9 filming SOMETHING, according to eyewitnesses, and snippets of a hot song were captured. Click through to listen and see the pics!
Intrepid eyewitnesses caught Rihanna, 27, and Drake, 28, filming what appears to be a music video at the Eagle Rock Plaza in Los Angeles late on the night of January 9. The duo has allegedly collaborated on a song called “Work,” and it’s just as good as you’re imagining. Luckily, those at the scene captured some pictures of the set, and caught a few snippets of the alleged new song. Click through to listen and see!
We can’t believe this! “Work,” is amazing. Described as a “down-tempo, syrupy dancehall ballad” by Complex, the song is expected to be on Rihanna’s upcoming new (and eighth) album, ANTI. It’s unclear what the lyrics are, but there’s a beautiful verse from Rihanna in one clip, and a hot snippet featuring Drake in the other. We can barely understand it, but we’re already loving this insane beat! This is bound to be a hit.
Ayo Animashaun who is the founder of HipTV and the executive producer of the Headies awards during a recent interview he had with Sunday spice said, the organizers of The awards usually get death threats from artistes.
Read excerpt from the interview below;
Are you worried that the recent controversy may have marred the reputation you have built in 10 years?
I am not worried and there is nothing to worry about. I could if it was my meal ticket but it is not. Although we have had sponsors, but in the past five or six years, we have organised the Headies Awards singlehandedly, and this requires a lot of financial commitment. Artistes always disagree with awards. Some were vocal while others were not. This is not the first time something like this is happening. The screening team put in a lot of work.
What system was adopted for the voting process?
There was an online voting system which collects the phone numbers and email of voters and the votes are automatically counted. That way, you would see who won and who did not. It is devoid of any form of rigging because you cannot vote more than once in one hour. There are different voting categories and some are strictly left for the judges to decide. It is easy to discover if anyone voted or not. Two years ago, we stopped the SMS voting because our SMS partner complained that people came to them to lobby for votes. We did not want our credibility to become an issue. Artistes should learn to check the year under review and understand the definition of each category. People should always vote, or else another artiste will win over the one they like.
Were the awards lobbied for?
People try to lobby and it is not just right to mention names. Some have even offered to buy the cars. We bought three out of the eight cars that have been given out. We started giving out cars when the category became big and we did not want to stop. Revelation of the Year is supposed to be bigger than Next Rated but people attach more importance to it because it comes with a price and Nigerians like freebies. With all sense of humility and responsibility, the artistes cannot pay us and we cannot collect money from them. It is not in our character and we are not greedy. The award plaque is a 21-karat gold plaque and it is mounted on marble. We want to genuinely support the system.
Some people are of the opinion that some of the winning were undeserved.
If you do not vote, the win would be undeserved. It is the same thing as a political election. No one has the right to complain if they did not vote. The voting was poor this year. Most people took the voting for granted and did not vote, so how can they decide who should win and who should not? They should find out if the winners did anything other than just turning up for the awards. At least, someone would be angry enough to say we collected some money from him or her. We deserve some respect if that has not happened in 10 years, why should it occur at this time? We had an average of 500 nominees and over 109 winners.
Some also believe the results were influenced
I would feel offended if i’m ever asked whether we collected money from any artiste. I am like a father to them and I try not to meddle or prefer any artiste over the other. We did not influence the results submitted by the screening team and we also did not reveal the identities of all members of the jury. People have gone to the extent of threatening lives if their artistes do not win. I have reported some of them to the police too.
Fans believe Olamide should apologise to you. Has he?
Olamide is like a son to me. What he did was to the Headies and not to me but he has apologised to me personally. He knows the right thing to do because The Headies is a platform that has celebrated a lot of artistes including him. He and Don Jazzy apologised to me the next day. As the executive producer of the award, I do not act unilaterally, I have a board and we have a disciplinary team and very soon, they will come up with a statement on how to handle the whole issue. We would make it public.