The week has ended and we have compiled a list of all the entertainment highlights of the week for you. What other fun way to get into the weekend groove than to bring to your remembrance the entertainment gist of the week?
Below is the recap of all that trended on Nigeria’s Entertainment scene: Popular Nigerian singer, Oluwatobiloba Daniel, popularly known as Kizz Daniel, has announced that he’s quitting smoking to mark his birthday and also for his kids’ sake. In a video the singer posted on his Instagram page on Sunday morning, he announced that he has ditched smoking.
Earlier this week Nigerian music stars, Kizz Daniel and Tekno released a new single titled ‘Buga‘. Announcing the release on his , Kizz Daniel wrote, “BUGA” OUT NOW ‼️ N 1,000,000 💰for the best #Bugavideo content 🚶🏽♂️The fans will be the judge 👩⚖️ 👨⚖️ Lezzzgooo ‼️ LINK IN BIO ☝🏽“
Nigeria’sYemiAlade has released the official video for‘My Man’. The song, which is a collaboration between YemiAlade and Jamaican singer Kranium, was produced by EgarBoi.
Naira Marley is set to feature Zinoleesky in his new single titled ‘o dun’.
The trailer of the upcoming thriller titled ‘Choke’ has been released and the character reveals teaser features Nollywood veteran starsKanayo O. Kanayo, Norbert Young and Gloria Young. Other actors include Chimezie Imo, Nkem Marchie, and Trinity Ugonabowho have also been unveiled by Producer Chris Odeh as the casts of ‘Choke’.
Martell, a leading, Cognac brand, has launched a film titled “Standout Swift Story” with Afrobeats superstar, Davido. The film is produced under Martell’s “Be The Standout Swift” campaign, and it will cover the life of Davido and reveal the tremendous things he has done with his craft.
Netflix has unveiled a first-look teaser of ‘Glamour Girls’ a movie in collaboration with Play Network studios. The released teaser introduces Sharon Ooja, NseIkpe-Etim, Joselyn Dumas, Toke Makinwa, Segilola Ogidan and Taymesan Emmanuel as cast members. However, nothing has been said of its release date or plot.
6th Sense, a production company founded by Jim Iyke, has acquired a series concept titled ‘Sin’ from Sutoritera Projects and Zivaworks.
Nigeria’s Nollywood stars attended the premiere of Netflix’s first Nigerian Original series Blood Sisters series on Wednesday. The premiere was themed ‘Red and Fugitive’.Featured Image Source: Entrepreneurs NG
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