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Dare Art Alade Drops New EP ‘WAY 6’’

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Dare Art Alade Drops New EP ‘WAY 6'’

The multi-platinum selling artist, songwriter, and entertainer, Dare “Art” Alade, shocked fans on Monday when he released his new extended play (EP) project, ‘Way Home’.

The ‘Pray for Me’ crooner had been dropping new music projects back to back since august when he broke his five-year hiatus with the hot single, ‘Jah Guide Me’.

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Leading the EP is a tune with Patoranking titled ‘JOJO’ which is available to stream on all online platforms.

Announcing the project in an endearing message to fans via his social media, Dare said and I quote “After a lot of sweat and sleepless nights in the kitchen, my brand new EP, ‘Way Home’ is finally ready.”

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My Village People‘ Becomes Nollywood‘s 17th Film to Gross Over N100 Million in Box Office

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My Village People‘ Becomes Nollywood‘s 17th Film to Gross Over N100 Million in Box Office

Niyi Akinmolayan’s hit comedy ‘My Village People’ has recorded a major milestone after crossing the N100 million mark in box office.

Produced by Kountry Kulture Network, FilmOne Entertainment and TMPL Motion pictures, ‘My Village People’ is officially the 17th Nollywood title to gross over N100 million. The film which has so far grossed N100,118,350, made the record after 12 solid weeks in box office.

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Starring Bovi Ugboma who doubles as writer and executive producer, ‘My Village People’ follows the story of Prince Bovi a young man who finds himself in a bizarre love triangle with the marine world and a coven of witches as a result of his reckless lifestyle.

The film also stars Nkem Owoh, Venita Akpofure, Sophie Alakija, among others.

The dark comedy is produced by Matilda Sola, Winnie Okpapi, Mimidoo (Achineku) Bartels and co-executive produced by Moses Babatope of FilmOne Entertainment and Idris Olorunnimbe of the Temple Company.

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Gulder Ultimate Search Contestants to be Unveiled on Sunday

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Gulder Ultimate Search Contestants to be Unveiled on Sunday

Contestants who will be competing for the Gulder Ultimate search ₦50 million prize will be unveiled at a selection party In Lagos on Sunday, September 26, 2021.

Twenty candidates advanced to the final selection stage of the reality show after a series of regional screenings in Abuja, Enugu and Lagos, and sea school screening in Lagos.

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The survival reality show, which borders on the survival instinct of contestants, first hit the airwaves in 2004 and ran for 11 seasons before going off-air in 2014.

The contestants will be in the jungle to struggle against themselves and nature in their search for the hidden treasure that brings to the last person standing, instant fame and fortune.

The winner will take home a total prize worth over ₦50 million which includes n20 million naira in cash, a brand new SUV and other mouth-watering prizes while the other 17 will also be rewarded with various cash prizes.

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Actor Michael K Williams Died of Accidental Drug Overdose, Coroner Confirms

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Actor Michael K Williams Died of Accidental Drug Overdose, Coroner Confirms

The New York chief medical examiner has confirmed that U.S actor Michael k. Williams died after overdosing on a combination of heroin, cocaine and fentanyl

Williams, was found unconscious and unresponsive by his nephew at his home in New York on 6 September.

In the past, Williams had spoken frankly about his past drug use. He recounted in 2012 that while starring in the wire he found himself doing drugs “in scary places with scary people”. However, he added that he had taken “nothing stronger” than cocaine and marijuana.

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His death saw an outpouring of emotion and tributes from a host of famous faces, including the film director spike lee and author Stephen King, who described Williams as “fantastically talented”. The wire creator David Simon said he was “a fine man and a rare talent”.

A mural commemorating Williams is due to be unveiled this weekend in his home town of fort Greene, Brooklyn.

Williams shot to fame for his role as Omar little in HBO’s the wire. He also won recognitions for his role in the wire, with president Obama once describing the show as his Favourite programme.

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