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Just when we thought we’ve heard it all from his last single ‘Letting go’ featuring the extraordinary Wordsmith. Storm has once more awestrucked us with a new one titled ZERE.
The four minutes and nine seconds Afro hip-hop/Rap piece features Nelson Pam who did the hook fusing in the Berom and English language and in my opinion, he totally nailed it. The clean, fast and al dente flow can be understood by all as produced by the inexhaustible producer G-beats.
Contrary to what many think about Christians singing love songs, in this piece storm has redefined what love songs should be about. While other love songs in the airwaves are concerned about Loving and touching of the body, Storm recognizes the godly virtues and the things he loves about his ‘ZERE’ liking her to the proverbs 31 woman.
The idea of using a different language other than English is totally commendable . It gives the song a Nigerian identity, thereby contributing to saving one of our Nigerian languages from extinction.
For giving us a fresh new view as to what love is: it’s a 4/5 star from all of us at JESUSNATIVE.
This weekend is one to look out for if you’re in Jos. Aside events to unwind at, It also is an opportunity to affect a life of a Jos boy.
WORD FOR WALK
Spoken word Artists in Jos have also joined the endless number of friends and concerned persons to raise funds so Kim can walk again. The Event is tagged WORD FOR WALK. It comes up on Friday 12th may, 2017 by 4pm at the 18th Street lounge. There’s no gate fee to gain entry into the event’s venue, all you need to do is come enjoy poetry and make a donation.
Now If you’re in Jos and you don’t know who kim is, you need to stop what you’re doing and call a friend who might know because I’m not telling.
JOS POETRY SLAM
Since the debut of Spoken Word Artistry about 10 years ago, this will be the first Poetry slam the state is hosting.
In a bid to promote young poets, the Organizers have announced N20,000 and N10,000 for the first and second place winners respectively.
The Slam comes up on the 13th day of May 2017 at the K-lounge Rayfield by 3pm. Gate fee is N500.
The event will feature notable poets like: Decipher, Ruddapoet, Victor words, AP, Hybrid and Crinerry.
See you at the venue(s).
Jfaden Multimedia, Tomruk Innovations and Jtown Perspectives presents a 1 day ‘SOCIAL MEDIA chat…and coffee!’ in Jos Endorsed by the Czech and Namibian Embassies in Nigeria.
Guest speaker, Ms Nashilongo Gervasius will speak on the benefits and advantages of using social media in Africa.
Ms Nashilongo is a member of the Namibian Internet governance working group, she is passionate about issues of communication, governance, ICT, Development, women in media as well as policies in general.
This event will be stream live on facebook and livestream.
Date: Sat, 29th April 2017
Venue: Tuscany; 2 Justice Akanbi Close, off St. Pirans road, Jos
To attend, register free on eventbrite; https://www.eventbrite.com/e/social-media-capacity-enhancem…
Or call 08168916710, 0803 113 7715.
Come and network with key Social Media players over a cup of hot brewed 100% Jos coffee!
The first Jos Social Media for Social Good conference comes up on the 31st March – 1st April 2017 at Mountains view beside NTA & STF, Jos, Plateau state.
The event which is put together by TOMRUK innovations will feature presentations and talks by some of the finest industry professionals in Jos and environs. they include: Chioma Okafor, Janet Faden, Kaskeda Yilyok, Hon. Samuel Damla, Andrew Patience, Ponsak Fanap, Ulan Garba Mata, Darf Dung Dalyop, Joseph Agunbiade, Femi D Amele, Teiye Joel, Ayuba Job, Fwangmun Danladi, Daser Danladi, Nanzing Rimdan, Josiah Essan Lewa.
Tickets for the event are available at smsgjos.eventbrite.com
You can join the conversation online using the hashtag #SMSGJos
The 2017 edition of Funeral Service will hold on Sunday the 26th day of March at the International Praise Church, Zarmaganda. By 5pm- 8pm.
Billed to minister at this year’s event includes; Raheed the Wisdomist, Vblaiz, Malvina, Greal, Leach, Jeniffer Dafwat, Uptimist and a host of others.
Funeral Service is the Largest gathering of Gospel Hip-Hop lovers across Northern Nigeria.
it is an annual concert planned to celebrate the death of man’s sinful self and new Life in Christ. The event has over the years built a reputation for bringing the best gospel Hip-Hip acts in the country including Spokesman, Haye, JR, School and a host of others.
The place to be this weekend is the event tagged “Unlimited worship” with Margaret Dachomo and the worship team!!!! .
The event is a live concert that will also feature the release of an audio and video album. date is Sunday the 5th of March @Cocin Rahwol Kanang by 3pm.
This will be 3rd and 4th Album released by the soulful singer. the album also contains the hit single ‘Ka Isa Yabo’.
#josevent #albumrelease #gospelevent
Just a few months after announcing his come back from mainstream to gospel music, Edge Golbador has released his debut single as a gospel artist. Did I hear you say : Yipee!!!
The song which is titled Freedom,is a four minutes and two seconds of refreshing twist guaranteed to slowly grip you into its loving ambiance and uniqueness. Rendered in Mostly English and a little bit of Hausa language the song is not for everyone. Yes I said! It is strictly for those with ear for not just good but great Music.
Edge is no doubt an eclectic artist who has a wealth of live performances and collaborative experiences to draw upon having being in music for a while before joining the gospel front.
The song, particularly its title (Freedom) and lyrical content is to a certain degree symbolic for me. Wonder why? He was what a lot of you will like to call Circular and now he is Gospel . You must know that being Gospel comes with a lot of responsibility and changing. (You do the Maths).
Freedom is prove that Edge will provide his listener with messages and inspiration for their hearts and mind and this piece is just an awesome way to add his voice to contemporary urban gospel genre.
Need I add that its a perfect song for such a Month (now only a few will understand this).
The song’s got 4 of my five stars.