Friday, September 15, 2017


Snatcha of the renowned HipHop rap duo, Rooftop MCs makes a big comeback with the electrifying visuals to his new single, "Light" featuring Mike Abdul of Midnight Crew.

Produced by Egar Boi, Snatcha teams up with Fred Williams of ICON TOWERS for this brilliantly executed visual featuring cameos by his RMCs team mate, SoKleva, Protek and many more.

Light is one of the singles from his new solo album, "Value of Nothing", available on iTunes, Spotify, Tidal and all major digital online music stores.


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Twitter: @Snatcha
Instragram: @Soulsnatcha

MUSIC: SAMSONG - GOD OF THE NATIONS | FEAT. EBEN | @samsongfans @eben4u @iamfreshboii

Multiple award winning contemporary Gospel artiste SAMSONG who is set to officially drop a worship album this year teams up with international worship leader Eben on this soul lifting single God of the Nations.

Our God owns the earth and the fullness therein so we will proclaim His name across the world and declare he is God - Psalms 24.1. Samsong

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I have tasted and seen that you are the great and mighty God no one like You, no one like You 
I have tasted and seen all power belong to you No one like you no one like You

I have tasted and seen that you are the God that answer prayers no one like you no one like you
I have tasted and seen that you are God all by yourself no one like no one like you

Chorus...You are God of the nations no one like You, You are the only one like You
You are God now and forever no one like You, You are the only one like You
You are God of the nations no one like you You are the only one like x2
 Verse: I have tasted and seen........ are Glorious
You are the only one like you the only one like you are faithful
You are the only one like You the only one like You are Mighty

You are the only one like you the only one like you.

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IG: @officialsamsong
Twitter: @samsongfans


"Yahweh Halleluyah" by Spaghetti Records' Monique is another powerful tool of worship birthed by the Holy Spirit and delivered through the mouth of the Gospel minstrel.
The single was released in June but its impact has necessitated a sustenance implemented through the lyrics video. Just like Monique's previous releases "Yahweh Halleluyah" is bound to become the worship leader's favourite, hence, a need to get familiar with its lyrics.

The simple sing-along contemporary Gospel song is an adulation of the Supreme One. It's a surrender and an acknowledgement of one's dependency on Him. Monique makes use of chants but minced her words deliberately to keep the focus on the One receiving the praise and not the expertise of the orator.

Monique recently released her compilation video titled "PowerFlow videos" which has become the most talked about development in the Gospel scene in recent times, stirring rave reviews and appreciation from various personalities and media gurus alike.

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Twitter: @mqmonique

Instagram: @moniquenaija

Facebook: Monique Naija

Wednesday, September 6, 2017


After a brief hiatus since the collaboration with Obiwon on her dance single, "Take My Praise" in 2015, Adaora returns with the new single, "I Come" - a soulful song of surrender and worship to the Great King of all.

"I Come" is one of the singles off Adaora's recent EP album, "Nothing Can Hold Me Down" and as with all Adaora's projects, the songs on this EP were inspired in a place of worship.

"I Come" provokes a total abandonment of one's self and thoughts in the place of worship, and focus on loving God through worship.

In her words: "Most times we go into a place of prayer to make demands of God. We need to sometimes channel all our energy towards loving on God through our worship and thanksgiving. This way we build potential energy that can be called upon in times of need. King David of the Bible used this technique effectively."

With this song, Adaora is sending out a word of encouragement and a call for us all to focus more on loving God through our worship.

Listen, Download and Enjoy "I Come" by Adaora

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Adaora Nwokoye is a renowned inspirational singer and songwriter based in Maryland, USA.
She is originally from Nigeria, but her music style resonates across various cultures and ethnicities.
She has released two musical projects:  Her debut album - "For His Worship" launched Adaora's music career although she has been engaged generally in music for over 15 years. Her hit single from the album, "Papa" continues to make great impact on radio and TV stations across America and Africa and her most recent project is an EP titled "Nothing Can Hold Me Down" which includes her newly released single, "I Come".

Adaora has built a formidable network of diverse audiences including women, multi-racial groups and corporate entities just to mention a few through her music and she has appeared on programs on major TV networks in the USA.
She is also a seasoned professional, serving in the US Air Force. With a PhD in medicinal chemistry, she has served as a science and technology policy fellow with two US agencies.

Adaora is a praise/worship leader and Young Adults and Singles Ministry (YASM) coordinator at Mercy Seat Chapel, RCCG, Gaithersburg Maryland, under the leadership of Pastor Olakunle Olarinde.

She is married to Anosike Nwokoye and they have two beautiful children.

Wednesday, August 30, 2017


The ratings are in and it’s not looking too good for Katy Perry. The 2017 MTV Video Music Awards were the least watched of all-time.

According to Nielsen, only 5.68 million people tuned in to celebrate music’s hottest young stars on Sunday (Aug. 27), making it the lowest-rated VMAs EVER—or, at least since Nielsen began tracking the show’s ratings in 1994. Viewership was down from the 6.5 million it pulled last year and a far cry from its rating high of 11.9 million in 2002.

The awards show had stiff competition though, as it went up against the season finale of Game of Thrones, which hit a series high with 12.07 million viewers. However, the VMAs did beat the HBO fantasy drama in its key teenager demographic.

The VMA ratings have been on a steady decline for years. However, this could be attributed to more people choosing to watch the annual MTV show online. There were reportedly 45.8 million streams on the live Facebook feed last year and 62.8 million streams total when other platforms are added.

Unfortunately, the bad news just gets worse for VMA host Katy Perry though. Critics and viewers panned her cringe-worthy attempt at emceeing the show. She was so bad that American Idol producers are now reportedly worried about her sitting at the judge’s table, especially since they shoved out half of their talent budget to secure the pop star.

A source tells Radar Online:

“They are paying her $25 million and she was a total dud [on the VMAs]. No one ever auditioned her for the new Idol job and they are freaking out that they hired someone who is terrible on live television.”

The source also added the ABC reboot showrunners want Perry to be less self-absorbed in order to keep the focus on the contestants.

“It’s not like they’re asking her to change her hairstyle or revise her style team, but they are asking her not to upstage the contestants the way some past judges, especially Mariah Carey, had the tendency to do.”

ABC has yet to hire any other judges for the American Idol reboot. To be honest, Katy Perry was a bad pick from the start and now her horrible VMA hosting only reaffirmed it.


It’s hard to believe that two years ago, most of us didn’t even know what a “Cardi B” was, and now, she’s all over the radio and performing at the 2017 MTV Video Music Awards.

After becoming internet famous via Instagram and landing a starring role on Love & Hip Hop, Cardi B has glowed all the way up and is living her best life.
Cardi’s debut single “Bodak Yellow” is now the #3 song in the country (jumping up from #8 the week before), proving that she’s correct in her assertion that lil bitches can’t fuck with her, even if they wanted to.

No, she didn’t perform on the main stage, but you can’t deny that homegirl, accompanied by two backup dancers, slayed the FAWK outta that pre-show stage!

Cardi was all over the place, but in a good way. If she keeps this momentum up and has a hit single by the time the 2018 VMAs roll around, we wouldn’t be surprised if she’s invited to perform during the actual show.

Watch Cardi B’s high-energy VMAs 2017 pre-show performance below:


Gospel music songstress,Tasha Cobbs Leonard  released her album ‘Heart.Passion.Pursuit’  last Friday August 25th.

The album features the rap mogul Nicki Minaj on a song titled “I’m Getting Ready.” and Tasha has been expressing her excitement over Minaj’s decision to praise God.

She shared a heartfelt message to Nicki Minaj, appreciating her for boldly expressing her love for God.

“I want to take a moment to appreciate my friend @nickiminaj!!! Thank you for shouting your praise for the world to hear and for putting your love for God on display.”

The ‘Break every chain‘ crooner then went ahead to say a prayer for the hip-hop rapper adding that she believes Minaj’s verse on the song can help people draw closer to God.

“As I tell you often, I’ll say it for the world to hear… I will forever cover you in prayer! Many will be blessed and have an authentic God encounter because of the stand you chose to make with this record and THAT is all that matters!!!”

On her verse for the song, Minaj raps about God helping her overcome poverty.

“Beach house vibes maneuver the jet ski, cause I serve the God that parted the red sea Multi-million dollar commercials for Pepsi, from food-stamps to more ice than Gretzky.”

The rap mogul also goes on to speak against her opposition in the song.

“I don’t gotta talk the Lord defends me, I watch them all fall for going against me, cause me and all my angels shot the devil up.

While you was trying to pull me down I leveled up.”

After telling people to “prepare for a miracle blessing in these times,” Minaj decides to close her verse with her version of Proverbs 18:21.

“Now praise Him, raise Him, name it, claim it. Every tongue that rises up against me, shame it.

I breathe success in and out my lungs. Got the power of life and death coming out my tongue.”

Tasha Cobbs Leonard’s signature powerful voice can be heard leading a choir on the chorus of the song where they sing, “I’m getting ready to see something I’ve never seen.”

The 36-year-old gospel music singer had previously received backlash for working with Minaj, a mainstream rapper who hasn’t shied away from using vulgar language in her music.

However, Tasha  took to her Instagram page to defend the rapper with Romans 14:1 from the MSG Bible.

“Welcome with open arms fellow believers who don’t see things the way you do.

And don’t jump all over them every time they do or say something you don’t agree with—even when it seems that they are strong on opinions but weak in the faith department.

Remember, they have their own history to deal with. Treat them gently.”

She went on to use hashtags to tell people that the 34-year-old rapper born as Onika Maraj might have a better relationship with God than some Christian critics.

??”#KingdomAgentsEverywhere #ImGettingReady #MyGirlSMASHED #IfeelJesusEveryTimeIHearIt #tears

#IntoAllTheWorld #SheknowsGodBetterthanSomaYall #andHeKnowsHer, (SIC)

Let’s Go Boo!!!! @nickiminaj #heartpassionpursuit.”