Egwu by King Koboko: A review.

There is no harm in trial, a proverb will say. I have known King Koboko as a writer. I was stunned a few weeks ago as he updated his status on Facebook that he will soon release a music single. I took it as a joke and only adviced him to make the yet to be released single a hit or he alone will dance to whatever lyrics he did sang. I know the world is a place where you have try out a lot of things, who knows all or one might work out.

Egwu as King Koboko titled it, I will say was born out of creativity. I can really understand or can I put it under any category of traditional, Hip-Hop, RnB or Jazz. To me, I will say kudos to Koboko and please bro, go back to the drawing board again. Rearrange and let the produce make sometime of club rock. I shouldn’t tell you that in Nigeria now, it’s not what you sang, but the beats that make your music a hit.

*I wrote this an advise and not to condenm any work of art. Thanks.

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Egwu by King Koboko: A review.

There is no harm in trial, a proverb will say. I have known King Koboko as a writer. I was stunned a few weeks ago as he updated his status on Facebook that he will soon release a music single. I took it as a joke and only adviced him to make the yet to be released single a hit or he alone will dance to whatever lyrics he did sang. I know the world is a place where you have try out a lot of things, who knows all or one might work out.

Egwu as King Koboko titled it, I will say was born out of creativity. I can really understand or can I put it under any category of traditional, Hip-Hop, RnB or Jazz. To me, I will say kudos to Koboko and please bro, go back to the drawing board again. Rearrange and let the produce make sometime of club rock. I shouldn’t tell you that in Nigeria now, it’s not what you sang, but the beats that make your music a hit.

*I wrote this an advise and not to condenm any work of art. Thanks.

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Illuminati? Hard to believe. But
ever so true. Its simple. All that
we listen to advertises illuminati.
Almost every single pop artist
out there has sold their soul to
the devil himself. They want fame and fortune. Lucifer has given it
to them. In return they carry him
out through music. Still hard to
believe? Jay Z and beyonces
daughter is almost definitely
illuminati. “Blue Ivy”. Which fool would name their child that?
B.L.U.E = Born Living Under Evil.
I.V.Y = illuminatis Very Youngest.
Blue Ivy spelt backwards[eulb yvi]
in latin language means Lucifers
daughter. :O. Rihannas album “Good girl Gone bad” chronicles
just watch the title states.
Rihannas transformation from
good to a bad girl who promotes
sexual immorality lust and
violence. One of rihannas biggest hits Disturbia. In the vid rihanna
and her back up singers depict
being demon possed. Rihanna in
the s&m vid with “Princess of
illumaniti” written behind her. Still
hard to believe? Google it. The song empire state of mind. Jayz
states the world begins when the
church is gone. Lady gaga? The
illuminati eye? The eye of satan?
Almost every pose you see her in
she’s depicting the eye of lucifer. There’s so much more to this. It
becomes more scary when you
research it. Music has taken the
world by storm. Youngsters want
to be like lil wayne. Look ugly.
Wear massive shirts. Swear. Be violent. Music is now promoting it
all. Youngsters want to become
thugs. As 2pac states“Thug
Life”. But it only ends u of in
prison. Or it gets you killed. And
satan laughs. Cause its one more down for him. What we listen to is
vital. It can make us. Or break us.
Music is satans main tool. Don’t be
fooled. What you listen to
eventually becomes you. “Be
sober. Be vigilant. Because your adversary the devil as a roaring
lion walketh about seeking whom
he may devour” 2 Peter 5:8.
LET’S STOP PLAYING CHURCH, THE
DEVIL ISN’T JOKING. Support gospel
entertainment. Kore

Bracket Set To Sue Ugandan Artiste, Ray For Copyright Infringment

Popular Nigerian based singers, Bracket are very likely to sue fast rising Ugandan artiste Ray of the Big Tym Crew over copyright infringment. According to information reaching us from an online source, Ray’s song Kasenyanku, which has taken Kampala by storm, is a replication of their song. The duo incidentally landed on the Kasenyanku song on YouTube and upon listening to it, they realised it was a replication of
their own song, Me & You.