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10 Nominated for the 2014 Best African Act MOBO Nominees as Fuse ODG gets 3 Nominations

The following African artists were nominated for African Act in this year’s MOBO awards, while Fuse ODG got nominated in 2 other categories, which are Best Male alongside acts such as rappers Ghetts and Tinie Tempah and Best Song alongside the likes of Krept & Konana with “Don’t Waste My Time” and Sam Smith with […]

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MTV EMA Best African Act Nominees are Out

There is not much of a surprise with the names of African acts that are up on the MTV Europe Music Awards Best African Act 2014 list. The names that popped this year are indeed on the list with the exception of a couple of conspicuously and rather debatably absent names. 2014 Nominees Ok let’s […]

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PHOTO ALERT: Corazon Kwamboka Might Be The African Conquerer of Nicki Minaj and The Likes

Forget Nicki Minaj, forget Kim Kardashian, here is Africa’s own answer to the supposed prowess of the two of them. Her name is Corazon Kwamboka, she is from Kenya and she has the curves and the posterior that will make a lot of so-called curvaceous women look anorexic. Dubbed as a Kenyan socialite, she looks more […]

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Ice Prince Wins BET Best African Act Award

Nigerian rapper, Ice Prince beat 5 other acts to win the prestigious BET Best International Act: Africa award. The list of contenders included Toya Delazy (South Africa), 2Face Idibia (Nigeria), R2Bees (Ghana), Donald (South Africa), Radio and Weasel (Uganda) and Ice Prince. With this award, Ice Prince has added his name to the list of […]

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Moroccan Born Rapper French Montana Releases Debut Album

After several street mixtapes and the building up of the hype over several years French Montana has now released his debut album, Excuse My French. Released on 21 May 2013, the Bad Boy and Maybach Music backed album features 18 star-studded tracks. Born Karim Kharbouch in Rabat, Morocco, French was raised in his home country […]

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