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Official track list for Beyoncé’s upcoming album finally revealed.

The music queen, Beyoncé has just revealed the official track list for her upcoming album, “Cowboy Carter”. The album includes a cover of Dolly Parton’s hit song, “Jolene”, as well as appearances from Country singer, Willie Nelson and cross-genre star, Post Malone. Despite rumours circulating about the album being purely a Country album, Beyoncé has clarified in a statement that it is not a Country album but a “Beyoncé” album and fans are immensely buzzing for the release, especially with the reception of “Texas Hold ‘Em” and “16 Carriages”. The album is set to drop at midnight on March 29.


Rema, Adekunle Gold, Arya Starr to perform at AfroNation, Detroit.

Afrobeats continues to penetrate the United States’ entertainment market and with this success comes more visibility for the genre’s superstars. Mavin star, Rema is set to headline this year’s AfroNation festival in Detroit with PartyNextDoor. Alongside the “Calm Down” singer, Adekunle Gold, Amaarae, Ruger, King Promise and Ayra Starr will also join in on one of the biggest music festivals this year which is scheduled to run through August 17th and 18th, 2024.


New Big Brother Naija season set to return with a new twist.

Popular Nigerian reality show, Big Brother Naija is set to return for its eight official season. Coming off a highly successful All-Star season with fans expecting a reunion for the all-star housemates, the show is being tipped to hit new heights with this new season. With the big announcement of its eighth season, the reality show is reportedly including a new twist which will allow partners to apply for the show. After constant requests for a change in schemes, this twist has gotten fans excited for the new season.


Ckay’s “Love Nwantiti (Ah Ah Ah)” hits 8x RIAA certification in USA.

Ckay’s hit song, “Love Nwantiti (Ah Ah Ah)” continues its domination as one of the biggest African hit records in the United States. The song which blew off two years after release, during the pandemic has just received an 8x RIAA certification for the sale of over 8 million albums in the United States, becoming the first ever African record to reach this height. Fans are tipping the single to be the first African record to hit 10 million unit sales and go diamond in the country.


Burna Boy hits back at Shade Room for misleading post about him.

Popular American online blog, Shade Room has been one of celebrities’ most hated platforms for constantly portraying hate speeches and posting fake news about global stars. The platform recently posted an old photo of Burna Boy, leading to numerous hate comments on the Afro-fusion star. The Grammy winner has however taken to his Instagram story to slam the platform and people getting stories from the blog forum for sharing fake news about him and propelling unwanted hate comments, regarding them all as weirdos. Burna Boy is one of the many global artists to have called out the platform.


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