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Download Mixtape: Dj Drake – Issa Banger Mix

In this Mixtape Dj Drake – “Issa Banger” featured many Nigeria artiste like; Burna Boy, Falz, Olamide (Badoo), CDQ, Kiss Daniel,Davido, Wizkid, Simi, Tiwa Savage, Patoranking and Many other great artists. This Dj Drake – Issa Banger Mix gonna burst your brain believe me. The Playlists below; Burna boy – Heaven Gate Drake – blem Ketchup – she issa flirt Falz ft Reekado banks –...

Download Video: Abzeey Comedy — Baby

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Download mp3: Lagidigba — Gemini

Author: Yusuf Balogun Gemini Reviewer: Yamilenu Bamgboye Genre: Spoken word Release Date: February 14, 2018    In an article published in The Guardian Newspaper on Saturday April 5, 2009 by Alloysius Nduka Duru titled Waist Bead among the Yoruba, it’s documented that ‘The Yorubas  have developed the most varying and peculiar uses for the waist beads…that cuts  across both material and spiritual aspects of the life of the people.… They also have the capacity to produce the beads for varying purposes ranging from royalty, body adornment, deification and decoration’. Ileke is the general name for all types of beads in Yoruba but the ones designed to be worn on the waists are called lagidigba. Lagidigba is made of big, thick and massive palm nut shells strung together and it usually includes bebe— a pebble-like attachment at the centre. The etymology of the word ‘lagidigba’ dates back to ancient times when maidens and wives adorned their waists with it. While some did for chastity and its erotic appeal or power to provoke strong emotional desires or response from the menfolk, others did to control conception, ward off Abiku and prevent spiritual attacks. As a writer who isn’t oblivious of the abrasion of our local languages and Yoruba in particular among youth his age, one thing Gemini does is to deliberately explore the intricacies of the (Yoruba) culture with accurate application of proverbs, idioms, ancient tales and rhymes. The antecedent of this passion which began a long time ago with heavy importations and code-mixing between Yoruba and English in some of his poems like Eba-Odan, Abobaku, Magun, Totem, Moremi and Ori (apologies that the Yoruba words don’t have diacritics, I’m still practising my craft on unicodes) has prompted, from the nerves, a gargantuan tremor of a full-blown Yoruba poetry!!!! Lagidigba, as the title portends, is a romantic poem that reveals the most intense and truest profession of the love Alabi, the poet persona feels for Abebi, a maiden in his village. These emotions reach the peak when he discovers that his fancy seems to have been captured by her alluring beauty and the eroticism of the lagidigba that adorns her waist. He becomes too overwhelmed that his thoughts burst open into chants— on sighting her from a distance— with rather unconscious prayers of good character that match-up to the extreme outward beauty of his beloved so that what he feels for her will not evaporate like the vapour of a hot soup. This singular act asserts reality in a way— the reality of men wishing to pitch tents with ladies that seem to have it all: beauty and good manners. And being a potential lover of this black beauty, he doesn’t just delight so much in wooing her (Abebi) or using edifying words to describe how beautifully and wonderfully God (Eledumare) has made her or how he will never trade her for anything in this world, he also takes ‘extreme’ pride in calling himself her husband and relishes in self love with oriki: Emi n’Alabi oko Abeeebi Omo o kan ilekun ko ni ile ja Ajo u yo koko le nu Emi l’omo aje le ti ko je ki to de pani Awa ni iku lodo Omo a to ku je un Omo a taaa ye so ro Oku ta gbe de oja ti o ta L’omo araye da so fun to pe l’egun Ogogo omo ba ku l’oyo o le jo Ba ku loko ni n daa pon Omo oku eko ijo lo akara Apart from the romance we see between the characters: Alabi and Abebi, we also see romance extend to a display of ‘Negritudinal’ features which exhume the deepest attachments Gemini has for his roots by using verisimilitude to draw comparisons between nature, abstract ideas and events of years past to lift the imaginations of his listeners and shape their perception about the richness of Yoruba culture. As defined by one of its champions, Leopold Sedar Senghor, in an article that was first published in 1973, titled The Concept of Negritude in the Poetry of Leopold Sedar Senghor, by Sylvia Washington Ba, Negritude is ‘the sum of the cultural values of the black world as they are expressed in the life, the institutions, and the works of black men’: Abeebi, Iwo omo pe ko si iyi f’aja ti o le yin B’o sin ba ja, oun a si di opa Iwo o n se o ni jogbo bi ti panshaga, Abi o gbo pe oni jogbo ni n sin ilu, ilu o sin onijogbo Won ni ka to ri erin o di gbo Ka to ri afon, o d’odon Emi wa ti ri Abeebi, emi mo tun wa re gbo Lojo t’opo ye ni ile jogbo, Gbogbo aye n de be lo ki won Ikele ni kan lo ku ti o lo ki won Ikele ojo na l’Abebi Ewo osa, aso pupa ibo ku de sa re, Ewo osa, mundia ati wo re poli Ko ro so soke, ko wewu so ri Oun re gboyan ki ri Ojo na l’esu gbe lo yan lo fi sa ya. And being a master at his craft, he uses hypohora to lessen the burden sheer rhetorical questions would have placed on his listeners by providing answers to his own questions: anaphora, refrain (repetition), contractions and different tone marks (sorry if you don’t see them) like ‘…ijakan ijakan…’, ‘Ewo osa…’, ‘Ibaadi aran yo lo ke re o gun rege…’, ‘Alabebi ife ayomi janto…’, ‘b’abata se kere kere dodo, B’omi lo t’ao r’ese omi, b’okunkun t’ao r’ese okunkun…’and ‘Jankulobo’ to achieve special effects just like it’s done in English. He also employs the language of persuasion heightened by enjambment, blank verse and metaphorical expressions to sustain his muse: ‘Ikele ojo na l’Abebi…’ ‘Iwo la sin to araba tin be larin orofo Afinju eye tin je ngbangba bi oba…’ ‘Iwo o n se o ni jogbo bi ti panshaga…’ Most times, when poets themselves are characters in their own poems, they maintain a pattern of identity which their readers flow along with but here in Lagidigba, Gemini chooses to add a twist to his by switching from his ficticious name– Alabi– to his real name— Yusuf Balogun Gemini and gives it so much coloration that leads his listeners to his hometown, his genealogy and one cannot but wonder if it all begins and ends with his place of birth: B’oba ni tani n soro, Emi l’omo olalomi, Emi iyero okin omo lofa mo so Ab’isu j’oruko, ijakadi l’oloun t’ofa IJakan ijakan ti won ja lofa lojosi Osoju gboro ninu oko Osujo ebe oun ala Iba soju oloko iba la won Emi lomo lanre bu re Ikan ogbodo ju kan Bi kan ba ju kan ni le olofa mojo Ogun ni n da si’le baba won   Ofa ooo, aye’le Ofa Iye ro okin omo abi lofa ni’le Olalomi Olalomi omo abi l’Ofa ni lu alomo Dunku dunku se re geru geru loriki alomo Ofa ooo, aiye’le Ofa Bi mo ba w’aye ni’gba egbeje, Mba wa ni’gba egbefa, Olalomi baba mi ni o tun mi bi Iyero okin baba mi ni o tun mi bi Emi ni Yusuf omo Balogun t’oun pe ni Gemini You definitely will agree with me at this juncture that the in-depth understanding of one’s style and the unconscious, I mean unconscious application of the techniques that make poetry really enjoyable conjugate, most times, the bespoke of a writer. Of a truth, one can boldly say that Gemini, in his nature, usually casts a spell of beautiful words on his audience to demystify the complexities of compression by extensively using the imagery of relative instances to appeal to emotions and project thought-provoking ideas into his audience thereby swaying their attention from the beginning to the end. Stream and Download here http://yagi.yagibaze.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/02/Gemini_Yusuf_-_Lagidigba_Via_Yagibazecom_Yagibaze.com.mp3 Download Here

Uncompleted Statement — Paracetamol Comedy

  How this Hungry Bro fall into the hands of His hungry junior Bro. Due to uncompleted statement Watch and Subscribe to Yagibaze Tv   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JBCzulmdBUY&feature=youtu.be          

One Corner Madness — Paracetamol Comedy

One Corner Madness Overtakes this Young dude till he enter the Soldier's Den. Stay tuned to Yagibaze Tv. Subscribe for more updates https://youtu.be/QtRcMYStKFc    

Download Mp3: Showcase by Damzy Turner

Known to the music industry as Damzy Turner, the Nigerian singer/songwriter Habeeb Damilare Turner is out to take the industry by storm. Here comes a new mind blowing single from this KiD titled “ShowCase”, the song was produced by Eche C and M&M by SterryO. Download/Listen and Enjoy. Download here

Yagibaze Interview With Young Nigerian Artist, Damzy Turner

*Yagibaze What Are Your Names Sir? Guest My name is Damilare Habeeb Turner popularly known as Damzy Turner *Yagibaze Can you tell us why you choosed Music Damzy Turner Cos God gave me the talent and I know the world will soon hear me. *Yagibaze Your State of Origin Please? Damzy Turner Am from Ogun State. *Yagibaze Do u perform in Public? Damzy Turner Sure, I do perform. *Yagibaze Have you had Colabs? Damzy Turner Yes, I featured Hizrenice,...

Download Mp3: Sherikoko Rmx – A Laa Fia Ft Dj whanted

  ALaafia Taogally  Released Sherikoko remix as a Birthday Gift to himself to his Grand Birthday Download this Grand Hit and Celebrate with him on his great Day🌎🌎🌎🌎 Download here    

Yagibaze Interview With Nigerian Growing Artist, Wilsyormez

Wilzyormez
*Yagibaze What Are Your Names Sir? Guest Kehinde abayomi Wilson *Yagibaze Can you tell us why you choosed Music Guest I choose music because I got passion for it and I was born in music line *Yagibaze Stage Name? Guest Wilsyormez *Yagibaze How did you get your name if i may ask? Wilsyormez my third name plus my nickname forms it..cos my name is Wilson ....and my nick back while I was in school...

Yagibaze Interview With Nigerian Growing Duo Artist, 2Square.

2Square
*Yagibaze What Are Your Names Sir? Guest My name is Jude Emmanuel, Am a singing duo, I sing along side with my brother we are known as 2square *Yagibaze Can you tell us why you choosed Music Jude Of 2square To me music is a weapon, but I didn't choose music my talent lead me to music *Yagibaze How did you get your name if i may ask? Jude Of...

[Comedy Video] Mark Angel Comdey -TELLER (Episode 138)(3gp/mp4)

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Download Comedy Video: Mark Angel Comdey - Teller (Episode 138) .Mp4 .3gp .Avi This episode of Mark Angel Comedy will make you learn and understand the new, trending and upgraded way of sending your money to the bank. Mark, being the TELLER boy has just lost his job of helping people run to the bank and making payments...

Yagibaze InterView With A Nigerian Growing Artist, Larryniex

*Yagibaze What Are Your Names Sir? Larryniex Lanrewaju Ibrahim *Yagibaze Can you tell us why you choosed Music? Larryniex Hmmm, The reason why I choose music is to entertain the world and make the fame and not by saying cause my nigas sing me also I will do so No, I choose it cause I gat the talent *Yagibaze What is your Stage Name? Larryniex Yes Larryniex *Yagibaze How did you get...

Yagibaze InterView With A Nigerian Growing Artist, LordGcef.

*Yagibaze What Are Your Names Sir? Lordgcef Am GOODLUCK .C. NDUBUISI Stage name lordgcef *Yagibaze Can you tell us why you choosed Music Lordgcef For me , I believe is just in born in me I didn't choose music , music choose me So I can't help but make music. It's in my blood. I might choose to work as an accountant, doctor, or lawyer, but i will always be a musician. *Yagibaze How...

Download Sherikoko – AlaaFia Mp3

Taogally - alafia an artist under MLI RECORDS known for his tremendous music skill and undisputable flows is here again with the much anticipated dope track "SHERIKOKO" after when he SUCCESSFULLY drop one of his debut single AFRICAN UNITE which gat most of all Africans on their feet... He is here now with another dope tune which is strictly dedicated to every lover out there Titled:  SHERIKOKO (My...

Download LEAL PRINCE- RAP ATTACK FT J’MO Mp3

The Fast rising hiphop artist "Leal prince" present to you again a dope hit Tagged "RAP ATTACK" after his 1st single"lewonlere". He featured the energetic music man "j'mo".   Leal Prince hails from orile igaumu lagos,Olaitan street. He promise to change the face of rap game Music Produced by "J'mo".   Download here

Yagibaze InterView With A Nigerian Growing Artist, Leal Prince.

*Yagibaze What Are Your Names Sir? Lealprince My names are Ibrahim quadri Olamilekan olaitan. *Yagibaze Can you tell us why you choosed Music? Lealprince Sincerely my mum told me i do sing when i was 9years of age but the real fact is that Talent made me choosed music and alot of support from my fans even before i recorded my first track. *Yagibaze Do you have a stage...

Yagibaze InterView With A Nigerian Growing Artist, Alaafia Taogally.

  *Yagibaze What are your Names Sir? A Laa Fia My name are GANIYU TAOFEEK.O *Yagibaze Please can You tell us why you choosed Music? A Laa Fia I choosed Music simply because it as always be my PASSION *Yagibaze Do you have stage name? A Laa Fia Yes of course yes!. TAOGALLY ALAAFIA is my stage name . *Yagibaze How did you get this Name if i may ask? A Laa Fia Wow! How...

Yagibaze InterView With A Nigerian Upcoming Artist, Damzzy Adams.

 Damzzy *Yagibaze What Are Your Names Sir Damzzy Adams My names are Adams Sheidu Eneye *Yagibaze Can you tell us why you choosed Music? Damzzy Adams I did not choose music ...music itself choosed me Because it is my talent God destined it for me *Yagibaze Do you have a stage name? Damzzy Adams Of course,Damzzy *Yagibaze How did you get this name if i may ask? Damzzy Adams Uhmm..like I said earlier dey call...