Recent updates on Tinashe, Dotti The Deity, Will Smith, D'Banj and Taves.

New releases across global music and movies

Tinashe’s “hit song, “Nasty” expected to debut on this week’s Billboard chart.

American singer and songwriter, Tinashe’s new record, “Nasty” has received huge plays across radio stations and streaming platforms since its release in April. The song has garnered over 25 million streams on Spotify and is now set to debut inside the US Billboard Top 100 songs at number 90. This will be Tinashe’s first ever solo record to appear in the chart and her first overall entry since 2016. Currently on her North American tour, the song is predicted to hit new milestones on the chart in coming weeks.

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Dotti The Deity announces new project, “Madam Dearest Part 1”.

Nigerian RnB singer, Dotti The Deity has announced that his new album, “Madam Dearest PT 1” will be released on June 14. After his viral hit, “Forever Sweet” off his 2023 released debut album, “For You Knew Me”, he has held a special place in the hearts of Nigerians, especially for his beautiful portrayal of emotions. This upcoming album will feature eleven songs with collaborations from Wizard Chan, Reminisce, Simi, Falz, Etuk Ubong and PC Lapez. Nigerians are convinced that the album could potentially be in the conversation for the best release of the year.

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Will Smith surprises fans, secretly watches new “Bad Boys” film in the theatre.

Hollywood star, Will Smith is currently outside with his new film, “Bad Boys: Ride or Die” doing big numbers in the box office. The 55 year-old caught up with some of his fans at a cinema in Baldwin Hills on Saturday. In a now viral clip, the actor snuck into the cinema to watch the new movie with fans and only announced himself after the film, catching the fans off guard. They were in disbelief, surrounding him for pictures. The manager who captured the moment wrote, “Surprise when you walk out of Bad Boys movie and Will Smith walks out with you after having watched the movie with you! Only at Cinemark!” The new movie has been doing very well at the global box office, surpassing over $100 million in the global box office.

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D’Banj set to release his new album, “The Entertainer” in June.

Legendary Nigerian artist, D’Banj, after celebrating 20 years on stage, is set to release a new album. The project, titled “The Entertainer” will share the same title as his acclaimed 2008 album and will be released in June. Along with some new songs, the album will include remakes of some of his hit songs like “Fall in Love”, “Igwe”, “Feli Feli” and “Suddenly”. No doubt, this is a perfect self-tribute for two decades of consistent success in the music industry.

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Taves to release a new song, “A Million Things” this Friday.

Upcoming artist, Taves is scratching his path to global stardom. After signing to Warner Music UK, he released one of the most loved 2-pack songs in Nigeria this year, “Folake” and “Bodija”. The 2-pack project has gone on to garner over 2 million streams. He is now set to release a new record, “A Million Things” this Friday. Taves has been praised for his intimate songwriting and beautiful melodies and fans have taken to social media to express huge anticipation for his new release.

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