Several African celebrities have voiced their opinions on the humiliating manner in which the organizers have treated African nominees of their awards, by presenting their plaque to them backstage at the pre-show, followed by an “acceptance speech” to an empty audience.
Looks like after Fuse ODG gathered up the balls to speak for international artists against receiving their awards backstage, others have discovered their voice to speak out also. It’s been a discussion among fans for the past few years but many artist never said anything, and some even went on
Since the 2015 BET Awards held last night a number of people – celebrities included – have expressed their displeasure at the fact that African artists get their award hours before the actual show is held. Wizkid, who made a brief appearance on the red carpet at this year’s show,
In one his best rants ever, Wizkid practically poked fun at BET and their annual awards, basically asking them to chill. The popstar was also nominated for the Best International Act – Africa alongside Yemi Alade and Fuse ODG who have also aired their feelings about the award’s discrimination towards
Ghanian dance hall star, Stonebwoy took home the 2015 bet award for best international act, beating Nigerian nominees Yemi Alade and Wizkid to the prize. Meanwhile, African acts Dencia (who attended the event) and Fuse ODG (who didn’t) have criticised organisers of the bet awards for treating African nominees below
Over the weekend, DJ Xclusive had an all white party to launch his first album ‘According to X‘. In attendance were several celebrity entertainers including 2face Idibia, Iyanya, Banky W, Olamide, Niyola, Skale, Sean Tizzle, Phyno, Lil Kesh, Olu Maintain, Shaydee, Patoranking, Terry G, CDQ, and more, some of which also performed
From Toolz to Wizkid, there were quite a number of African celebrities in attendance at the 2015 BET Awards as they shared their experience with their fans on social media. Ghollywood star Yvonne Nelson was spotted at the event rocking a look designed a fashion student, Alexandra Tomiyama. Nigerian media
BET Awards held last night in Los Angeles, and Ghana’s Stonebwoy beat other nominees in the category he won – Sarkodie, Yemi Alade, Wizkid & AKA – to take home the coveted Best International Act (Africa) Award!
Gospelondebeatz and AlternateSound present Sisi Live Version featuring Praiz & Wizkid. The prolific producer decided to open a new leaflet in his production career by starting up a band of extremely talented musicians.
Gospelondebeatz and AlternateSound present Sisi Live Version featuring Praiz & Wizkid. The prolific producer decided to open a new leaflet in his production career by starting up a band of extremely talented musicians. This live version puts an amazing spin to the hit song released by Praiz.
Maleek Berry comes out with another Afro-beat production collaboration with Wizkid titled “One Life“. With tracks like “The Matter” and “Love You“, the Starboys are known for making hits together. We can expect more singles from Maleek Berry this year to whet our appetite in anticipation of the project he
Ghana’s reggae artist, Stonebwoy, has won the award for the Best International Act at the 2015 BET Awards after beating out Nigeria’s Yemi ALade and Wizkid to the award. This is the first time Stonebwoy’s is nominated for the international award. Stonebwoy was in April this year crowned the #VGMA2015