Sunday, 21 July 2019

[ Mixtape ] : Afro Beat Vibes Mix [ Hosted By Dj Que ] @Officialdj_que @Soundboipicasso

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Unlimited DJ Que is out again with another Mind Blowing "Afrobeat Vibes Mixtape" which comprises of Hottest and dope trending songs on the Internet right now.

Mixtape contains all the best hit jams that will surely lit up your day whether you are at work, school, home or while hustling on the street.

9jaMusicMixtapes feature DJ Que on this enjoyable mixtape which features a lot of various artists within the country and outside the country.

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Tracklist

--  DJ Que - Intro
01. S I - Afro Vibes
02. Dimmy kiddy - All On God
03. Lyta - Monalisa
04. Beyonce Ft. Saint JHN & Wizkid - Brown Skin Girl
05. Kida Kudz - Jiggy Flow
06. Beyonce Ft. Burna Boy - Ja Ara E
07. Burna Boy - Gbona
08. Simi Ft. Patoranking - Jericho
09. Nicki Minaj - Megatron
10. Burna Boy - On The Low
11. Patoranking - Temperature
12. Brownzee - Base
13. Terri - Same You
14. Wizkid - Ojuelegba
15. Larry Gaga Ft. Wizkid - Low
16. Mr Eazi - Supernova
17. Deekay Ft. Peruzzi - Everthing Rosy
18. Done Ft. Afghan BGE - Wegbo (Roll Up)
19. E Don Ft. Zlatan - Kolo
20. Fireboy - Jealous
21. Boy Bella - Vision 2020
22. Chidokeyz Ft. Wizkid - Fibadi
23. BeevLingz Ft. Ycee - Come Down
24. Soft Ft. Wizkid - Money Remix
25. Flykid Ft. Picazo - We Die Here
26. Diamond Jimma - Felefele
27. J Hus - Did You See
28. Kida Kudz - Jiggy Bop
29. Jevon Ft. Kida Kudz & Diggy Simmons - Lingo
30. Yungtee - Jonzing Freestyle
31. Burna Boy - Anybody
32. Patoranking - Lenge Lenge
33. Patoranking - Everyday
34. Davido Ft. Busta Rhymes & Prayah - Fall Remix
35. Kizz Daniel - Poko
36. S I - Afro Vibes
37. Chike Agada Ft. Davido - Lately
38. R2Bees Ft. Wizkid - Supa
39. Patoranking Ft. Davido - Comfirm
40. Leopard - Summer Vibe
41. Kizz Daniel - Madu
42. Timaya - 2Stoopid
43. DJ Chinny Boy Ft. Ptay Daugly & Ybel Oriyor - Holy
--  DJ Que - Outro
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Music: Brytic - Eminado |@Brytic_Official


Bright Iwundu professionally known as Brytic is a Nigerian artiste born on the 22 of July. 

Brytic hails from Imo state.  The young Afro-pop artiste dishes out his most anticipated single “Eminado“

The brand new single titled Eminado is a mid tempo with a fuse of afro and trap sound.

The masterpiece was produced by K.O.


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MUSIC: Richolo – Jeje (Prod. X.Timmsounds)

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Brand new single from "Richolo" which he titled "Jeje", the song was produced by X.Timmsounds.
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Instagram: @P.richolo
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MUSIC : SOMTO - YOU

his is more than JUST A Piano SONG , as Somto surfaces with his debut single titled YOU. As produced by the super talented YUNGROC, AND THROUGH distinct creative approach to songwriting,Somto in his song emphasizes on how beautiful each person in the world is.

This track is another classic masterpiece written  by Somto and produced by Yungroc




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MUSIC: Shegxy ft B33is - Anty Bisi Remix | @shegxyofficial


Raving act "Shegxy" (#Dabadabaridaba) comes through with a Remix of a song released some months ago titled “Anty Bisi” and here comes the official remix featuring topnotch female vocalist "B33is".

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Keeda Xpensiv - Hand Of God | @Keedaxpensiv


Good music speaks for itself and on this note, i present to you Keeda Xpensiv‘s latest single dubbed “Hand Of God“. Fresh from winning Artist Of the Year, the Delta State born artist has decided not to let our speakers have any peace of mind by following up his still trending, previously released single “This Year” with another soul searching and solution seeking joint titled “Hand Of God“.

The song which talks about the happenings in our Country and asking for God’s intervention and guidance will certainly melt your heart.


 
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Saturday, 20 July 2019

‘Eni knew bribes would be paid’, ‘Adoke confronted officials over kickbacks’ — OPL 245 trial continues in Italy

Trial continued in an Italian court on Wednesday over the controversial $1.3 billion OPL 245 deal between Shell, Eni-Agip and Malabu in 2011, with a star witness alleging that Eni-Agip officials knew that bribes would paid to Nigerian politicians. Vincenzo Armanna, former Eni manager and defendant in the corruption trial, also informed the court that Mohammed Bello Adoke, former Nigerian attorney-general, told Eni officials that they were at the risk of being arrested because they were negotiating kickbacks. The defendant said there were suspicions and unease over the involvement of Emeka Obi in the negotiations. Obi has since been jailed for corruption in the OPL 245 affair. Armanna is accused of having benefited from alleged kickbacks from the deal, although he said the $1.2 million he collected from Bayo Ojo, the former Nigerian attorney-general, was an “inheritance”. Ojo was the attorney-general when the federal government reached an out-of-court settlement with Malabu in 2006 and agreed to return the oil block to the Nigerian company. Meanwhile, Fabio De Pasquale, the Italian prosecutor, also told the court in Milan on Wednesday that Eni tried to “tamper” with Armanna to withdraw some statements he made during investigations. THE OPL 245 SAGA In 1998, the federal military government awarded OPL 245 to Malabu Oil and Gas Ltd, which was said to be owned mainly by Mohammed Abacha, son of the Sani Abacha, and Dan Etete, who was the petroleum minister at the time. In 2001, President Olusegun Obasanjo revoked Malabu’s licence and assigned the oil block to Shell — without a public bid. Malabu went to court, and ownership was reverted to it in 2006 after it reached an out-of-court settlement with the federal government. Shell fought back and commenced arbitration against Nigeria, but when President Goodluck Jonathan came to power in 2010, the controversy appeared to have been resolved with Shell and Eni agreeing to buy the oil block from Malabu for $1.1 billion. The oil companies also paid $210 million as signature bonus to the federal government of Nigeria. Both payments were made to the federal government account at JP Morgan, London, from where Malabu’s share was transferred to Nigerian bank accounts of Abubakar Aliyu, owner of AA Oil Ltd. However, investigators are trying to establish that the bulk of the payment to Malabu was distributed as kickbacks and that the IOCs were in the know of the alleged sleaze — a charge they denied. WEDNESDAY’S PROCEEDINGS Barnaby Pace, a campaigner with London-based Global Witness which has been working on the OPL 245 deal for a decade, tweeted Armanna’s testimony in court. Here are the highlights of his tweets
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