Candy Bleakz links up with Zlatan Ibile and Naira Marley in Owo Osu Video

Following our hint yesterday of the video release of Owo Osu, Street Billionaires First lady, Candy Bleakz, today dropped the visuals to the street jam which has Zlatan and Naira Marley on it. Owo Osu, which has received massive airplay, sits pretty on Spotify’s African Heat playlist. The video was released on Street Billionaires official …

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Candy Bleakz billed to drop #OwoOsu video ft. Naira Marley and Zlatan Ibile

First lady of Street Billionaires, an imprint label of Chocolate City Music franchise, Candy Bleakz, is billed to drop the visuals to her popular hit, Owo Osu. Owo Osu (which is the Yorùbá word for “Salary”) features Zlatan Ibile and Naira Marley. View this post on Instagram Tomorrow is the day Something big is about …

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New Music: Owo Osu – Candy Bleakz ft. Naira Marley and Zlatan Ibile

Candy Bleakz is a female indigenous rapper from Lagos Nigeria. Her flow is unrehearsed and passionate. Her slew of singles, work ethic and determination won her a referral to Don L37 who put her up as the first lady of Street Billionaires. Since signing with Chocolate City Music, under the Street Billionaires imprint, she has …

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MI Abaga Calls Out COSON in recent Post

In a recent Instagram story on his official page, popular hip-hop artiste, Jude MI Abaga, has called out the management of the Copyright Society of Nigeria (COSON) for illegal mismanagement of funds. In a screenshot culled from Chocolate City Music’s Vice President, Ibukun Aibee Abidoye’s page, which showed the astronomical jump of the Society’s Security …

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#MPANTownhall: Could This be the Light at the End of the Tunnel for the Nigerian Music Industry?

Following the need for a “lets tell ourselves the truth” discussion as it concerns the Nigerian Music Industry and its stakeholders, the Music Publishers Association of Nigeria (MPAN), earlier today, held its first ever Townhall meeting at Grand Junction Hall, Landmark Towers, VI. The event which was billed to kick off by 12:30pm, began with …

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