Here are some of the stories from yesterday and others that unraveled while you slept – and are still buzzing today.
Club Quilox reacts to Oritsefemi’s story on violent attack by bouncer
Yesterday, the management of Lagos nightclub, Quilox owned by Shina Peller, released an official statement detailing their side to the story involving singer, Oritsefemi’s acclaimed attack at the club at the early hours of Saturday.
According to the statement, Oritsefemi came into the club without prior reservations, approached a patron and begged for a place at his table. The singer was informed by this unnamed patron that other guests would join them at the table later and he didn’t mind.
At a table originally meant for 6, Oritsefemi invited his other friends, about 8 of them, hence overstepping his bounds with the patron. A bouncer was called in at this point to check the actions of the singer and violence ensued.
The statement reads that, “Oristefemi in a fit of unprovoked rage slapped the bouncer then proceeded to breaking a glass in his hand and stabbing him in the eye“.The club further revealed that it was imperative to share their side of the story as the singer had shared a false account on the internet disparaging the reputation of the business.
Oritsefemi is yet to publicly counter these claims.
Shaydee reveals tracklist for forthcoming debut album
EME artiste, Shaydee has released the official tracklist for his debut album, Rhythm and Life due to be released on the 25th of November.
The 20-track album features A-list artistes including 2baba, Wizkid, Burna Boy, Flavour, Iyanya amongst others.
Shaydee equally employs a wide variety of producers for his tracks, Spax, JayPaulBeatz, Legendury Beatz and Maleekberry.
Aramide’s album SUITCASE set for November 22 release
AFRIMA Best Female (West Africa) award winner, Aramide is ready to give her fans a bigger taste of the best Afro-soul music in this part of the continent.
She held an album listening session yesterday where she “shared songs from the SUITCASE with a select few.“
The 15-track album features Ice Prince, Sound Sultan, Koker, Adekunle Gold and Sir Dauda. The popular FunMi Lowo also appears on the album with a remix.
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