New Music: Bkay Manni [@Bkay_Manni] – Onilari

Aji Ojo of Ajibaba Entertainment based in Chicago, IL, USA proudly presents “ONILARI”. This song is by their newly signed artist, Oluwabukunmi. He goes by the stage name “BKAY MANNI”. BKAY made his first single “I want Am under “billionaire affairs” and later popped us up with “Turn me on”.he gave us “Kokose” under “Hood Men Gang” affiliated to Sound Sultan’s Naija Ninja back in 2013.

He’s back again with this fresh joint “ONILARI” (which means the VALUE of a Lady). The track was produced by Magical Beat Jay, a young vibrant producer in the Nigerian music industry. Bkay’Manni’s perseverance together with his hard work and dedication to the art proves that he has what it takes to make it in the music industry, and this song without a doubt can easily remain an anthem on the lips of music lovers because of its great vibe. Production of the video to this banger is ongoing and information about a release date will follow soon.

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New Music: Lil P – Mishe (Freestyle) Prod. By Echo

Bang Mewsic Entertainment present
Mishe Freestyle produced by
Echo from the lyrical rap kid
Lil P. A freestyle with a lot of swags and nice rhymes. This song is off the
#TheRODEP, which is dropping pretty soon
Lil P is working very hard this year and we hope to hear more good tunes from him. Good job!!!
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DOWNLOAD VIDEO: Kcee – Ogadinma

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I just cant believe I just watch a human being insert his penis into a snake and had sex with it. My God, what is
happening in this our little world? Does this mean we
are exactly at the end of the world? I have heard people having sex with various animals and all that stuff but this is crazily out of this world. please God save us from this sin.
Download and watch video the video. You will be
amazed what is happening in this world.

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9 Must-Know Facts About The Ebola Virus

The deadliest outbreak of Ebola in history is still ravaging countries in West Africa, particularly Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone. And the troubling news continues with the recent report that the head doctor treating patients with Ebola in Sierra Leone, virologist Sheik Umar Khan, has himself contracted the virus, and is now being treated by doctors from the organization Medecins Sans Frontieres (Doctors Without Borders).

The virus is notoriously deadly, causing a severe viral hemorrhagic fever, and has so far killed 60 percent of people infected by it in this West Africa outbreak. Here’s what is known about Ebola virus disease — formerly known as Ebola hemorrhagic fever — including how it’s spread and why it’s so deadly:

The first human outbreaks of Ebola on record occurred in Sudan and Zaire in 1976.

The virus is named after the Ebola River in Africa. There have been other outbreaks reported in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, the Ivory Coast, Uganda, South Sudan, Gabon, the Republic of the Congo, Guinea and Liberia, according to CNN.

There are five known strains of the virus.

They are named after their outbreak locations: Ebola-Zaire, Ebola-Sudan, Ebola-Côte d’Ivoire, Ebola-Reston, and Ebola-Bundibugyo, according to the Encyclopedia Britannica. The outbreak currently affecting West Africa is the Zaire strain of ebolavirus — which is also the most deadly of the five. Ebola-Reston, by contrast, is asymptomatic in humans.

Ebola usually kills.

Infection with the Zaire strain of Ebola causes death 80 to 90 percent of the time, according to the Encyclopedia Britannica.

Ebola can spread from person to person.

It can also be contracted if a person comes into contact with a contaminated object or even by butchering an animal infected with the virus, CNN reported. A deceased person with Ebola can still transmit the virus. Fruit bats are suspected to be a natural host of the Ebola virus, according to the World Health Organization. These bats are a popular food source throughout West Africa and so WHO officials have warned residents of outbreak areas to stop hunting and cooking with the bats.

More than a 1,000 people have been infected with Ebola in this current outbreak.

There are currently 410 suspected and confirmed cases of Ebola in Guinea, 196 suspected and confirmed cases in Liberia, and 442 suspected and confirmed cases in Sierra Leone, according to the most recent information from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. More than half of these cases have been fatal, with 310 suspected deaths in Guinea, 116 suspected deaths in Liberia and 206 suspected deaths in Sierra Leone.

It can be hard to diagnose early.

That’s because the very first signs of Ebola — red eyes and skin rash — can also be signs of other conditions, the CDC said. However, if there’s reason to believe a person has Ebola, there are tests that can be conducted just days after symptoms begin.

Most symptoms of Ebola occur eight to 10 days after exposure.

However, there can be signs of infection anywhere from two to 21 days after being exposed. Symptoms include fever, headache, weakness, diarrhea, vomiting, lack of appetite, stomach pain and aching muscles and joints. Infection can also cause bleeding inside and outside of the body, problems breathing and swallowing, sore throat, chest pain, red eyes, hiccups, cough and rash, according to the CDC. And yes, as Vox points out, bleeding from the eyes (as well as the nose, ears mouth and rectum) is one of the hallmark signs of Ebola.

The current outbreak has spread very rapidly.

Usually, Ebola outbreaks occur in remote areas. However, this current outbreak — which was discovered in Sierra Leone — has now been identified in 60 different locations through Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea, CNN reported:

Officials believe the wide footprint of this outbreak is partly because of the close proximity between the jungle where the virus was first identified and cities such as Conakry. The capital in Guinea has a population of 2 million and an international airport.
There is no cure or treatment for Ebola.

Right now, only supportive therapy is available, which includes maintaining proper fluid and electrolyte balance, maintaining blood pressure and oxygen levels, and treating complicating infections, the CDC said. While there are currently no treatments or vaccines against Ebola available for clinical use, there are some being tested.

New Music: LL Cool J Ft Mavado – The Hustler

LL Cool J premieres his brand new single “The Hustler” featuring Mavado. He just revealed that a new album called “G.O.A.T. 2” is in the works. Listen to the new Jerry Wonda produced track below.

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New Music: Harrysong (Mr Songz) – Kolombo

“Harrysong a.k.a Mr. Songz brings another hit titled ‘Kolombo’. The new single sees serious African percussions from Producer Amir accompanied by Harrysong’s impressive crooning and infectious lyrics.

‘#Kolombo’ is produced by Amir for Five Star Music”

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Nicki Minaj Reveals Her Super Sexy “Anaconda” Artwork

Yowza!! The only thing we need to say is that the single drops on 7/28. FELLAS CHECK THE PIC.

Check out the full artwork below…

Busta Rhymes has officially parted ways with Cash Money Records

The Cash Money family has lost one member. After a three year run, Busta Rhymes is no longer part of the house that Slim and Baby built. Today, the quick spitter announced the split during a visit to Shade 45′s Sway in the Morning show. Bussa Buss cites creative conflicts during the making of his forthcoming LP E.L.E. 2 being the culprit.

“For me, with this particular project and all of the sacrifice that went into it — recording the album for five years, I lost Chris Lighty making this album, I lost my father making this album. The shit I was putting into this album, I’m not compromising my vision for it,” he said. “So if I feel like if, in the slightest way, we ain’t facilitating everything necessary for the vision to be seen through and executed in the way that I’ve been envisioning this shit for the last five years, let me live and die in my own inequity. I just had a conversation with Bird like, ‘Listen, bro. I’m grateful and everything is love with us, but I just gotta see this through the way that I wan’t to see this through.’”

It’s up in the air whether or not Busta will take the independent route with his album a la 50 Cent or hunt for a new label home.

Video: Rolls Royce Rizzy Ft Twista, K Camp, Jermaine Dupri & Lil Scrappy – Gah Damn (Remix)


Rolls Royce Rizzy rounds up Twista, K Camp, Jermaine Dupri and Lil Scrappy to give us the official video for the remix to ‘Gah Damn’.

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New Music: Twista – Devils Angel


Twista decides to liberate another new record called ‘Devils Angel’. This will appear on his forthcoming album ‘Dark Horse’ in stores August 12th.

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