Ben Martins – Te Wa Ndjagbang (Official Video)

After the release of its audio version in May last year, Ben Martins releases visuals for his single, Te Wa Ndjagbang

After the release of its audio version in May last year, Ben Martins releases visuals for his single, Te Wa Ndjagbang, an extract off his second album currently in preparation.

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An authentic artist in his voice and in his texts, Ben Martins affirms his cultural identity through his music. His songs speak of love, hope, faith and perseverance. Values that the artist wishes to transmit to his audience beyond borders. Straddling between traditional heritage and modern influences stemming from globalization, Ben Martins is undoubtedly an artist to follow and one of the safest values of Cameroonian music.

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Meshi – Aye (Official Video)

After a long break, Cameroonian artiste, Meshi has released a brand new banging single titled Aye.

After a long break, Cameroonian artiste, Meshi begins the year by releasing a brand new banging single titled Aye.

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The record was produced, mixed and mastered by Sango Edi, and the video was directed by Mr Tcheck. In this new single she encourages her listeners to hang in there no matter how difficult the journey may seem. People will discourage you but know “Beta things are on the way”…

Watch the video below:

The law promoting Bilingualism in Cameroon now exists!

This is an extraordinary step forward and a chance for all Cameroonians. It is above all a concrete answer to the concerns and frustrations of Anglophones. Indeed, “The Republic of Cameroon adopts English and French as official languages ​​of equal value,” stipulates the said law in Article 1 paragraph 3.

This will gradually and surely allow all Cameroonians to become more easily bilingual. Which is an excellent thing for their future, especially their openness to the world, and that of the country in particular for a better cohesion.

To arrive in an administration and to be laughed at because one does not speak English or French is traumatic. This law is therefore fundamental in that, in addition to promoting bilingualism, for its application it has enabled the recruitment of more than 500 interpreters and translators by the government, who will be deployed in all jurisdictions that require their presence.

The law promoting Bilingualism in Cameroon now exists!

From a practical point of view, it is a law that establishes equality, because better than before, a user can be served in the language of his choice by the administration. There will be more rigor in improving the promotion of bilingualism in public institutions, the private sector and civil society in the country.

In addition, section 17 of the Act provides that press articles, and other institutional communication documents, must be produced and made available in both official languages.

237Review: Elian Achu Reviews #SavingMbangoTheMovie

Saving Mbango revolves around the titular character (Godisz Fungwa), an ambitious young man caught up in a dysfunctional family

Directed By: Nkanya Nkwai
Producer: Stephanie E. Tum
Main Cast: Godisz Fungwa, Onyama Laura, MacDonald Libota, Stephanie Tum, Malvis Ann Mohvu, Einstein Young Jr, Ralph Obi Tambe, Ngonga Elizabeth and Otia Vitalis.
Release Date: November 29th, 2019
Genre: Drama/Romance

Saving Mbango revolves around the titular character (Godisz Fungwa), an ambitious young man caught up in a dysfunctional family who constantly get in the way of his dreams and ambitions. The only snag is that he falls in love with a village girl Mbango (Onyama Laura) who almost everyone considers an outcast. John quickly realises his problems are secondary to Mbango’s and his overbearing family stands in the way of this love.  John is therefore torn between acceptance by his family and his almost ‘impossible’ love for Mbango.

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There has been a lot of hype about Saving Mbango both pre and post production and  especially during the promo for the grand premiere of the movie in Douala which was proudly sponsored by Orange Cameroon and now I see why. The movie was indeed a mighty fine one. What particularly endeared me was the simple and basic plot which was easy to follow and not overly complicated.

Shot in Mondoni village, the storytelling was decent and appealing and was brought to life by some really good acting especially that of Godisz and Laura. Their character was so relatable that after a while, you start seeing them as John and Mbango rather than Godisz and Laura. Laura’s innocence and pure nature were charming and really cute and that swayed the audience to her side. I was also impressed with the characters of Stephanie Tum and Solange Ojong who went completely 360° anti-clockwise from their usual selves to fit into these roles perfectly.

Other than the acting I must specifically note that the technical aspects of the movie making were top notch. The colouring was marvellous and the camera work was superb. I especially liked the way they transited between scenes. Another commendable aspect was the soundtrack – they used really appropriate cameroonian rhythms which aided with the overall feel of the scenes.

The plot twist at the end was really a move to be commended. I’m really proud of this movie because of its simplicity and cultural fitting for local and international audiences and I do recommend it to everyone especially the Cameroonian film doubters. Saving Mbango is scheduled to stream in Canal Olympia cinemas all over Central Africa starting with those in Yaoundé and Douala.

Watch it’s trailer below.

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Brand New: Jeeno – Yo Yo (Official video)

Cameroonian Dancehall artiste, Jeeno is out with a New Video | Watch “Yo Yo” on 237Xclusive

Cameroonian Dancehall artiste, Jeeno is out with a New Video | Watch “Yo Yo” on 237Xclusive

After the release of the single Better Woman, Bastar Music presents Jeeno in another banger titled Yo Yo . An upbeat tempo dancehall tune that will keep you on your feet dancing.

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Produced by Prod. By Feke & Vincincho and directed by Mosima P Sontin. Enjoy and do not forget to let us know what you think in the comment section.

Brand New: T’neeya – Joli (Official video)

T’neeya dishes out a new video for her single titled Joli.

Tneeya is back with another banger titled Joli…

Music videos are an important tool in the arsenal of any artiste. They provide another avenue to express the meanings behind any song. T’neeya dishes out a new video for her single titled Joli.

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Joli produced by Kel P and visualised by David Nicol-Sey, is music blend of afrobeats and soul. Watch and enjoy a unique style of music.

Brand New: Gomez – ça ne vas pas (Official video)

We all know Romeo died for love yeah, guess who just attempted to take his life again for love?

Woman palava gone wrong! Gomez takes his life as a result of a heart break…

We all know Romeo died for love yeah, guess who just attempted to take his life again for love? Our very own lion cub, Gomez. Did we scare you? hahaha, sorry about that. It was just a video simulation. Quite intriguing I must say…

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This Salatiel-Tilish co-produced single titled ça ne vas pas, depicts the regular feeling one gets when heart broken; lack of sleep, appetit or motivation. It feels like life is at a stand still and one is close to depression if not in it already. The question we ask ourselves is, is it worth it? Is a heart break worth a life? Kindly share your thoughts in the comment section.

Creativily brought to life by the CPE crew, watch and enjoy this beautiful piece.

Download: Falz – Loving (Official video)

Nigerian artist, Falz releases a new single titled Loving. Made available for download and streaming, the track is a follow up to his record and visual for Alakori featuring Dice Ailes.
Directed by the talent Dammy Twitch, this video is worth every second!

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The new mid-tempo served joint was produced by Yung Willis.

Listen and download below.

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Brand New: Malaikah – Complaining

Men men men… First she was falling for them, then she let them go, now we know they are always complaining…that’s the story of the Malawian born, Zimbabwe raised, U.K. based songstress who goes by the name Malaikah.
In 2017, Malaikah released her 1st single called Falling for you, in which she talks about challenging  gender stereotypes. In 2018, she released a 2nd single titled Let you go, a song that encourages listeners to have the strength to break free from toxic relationships that hold them back.

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Complaining is about relationships in general where one person feels like they are giving a hundred percent while the other shows no appreciation but instead just complains about everything. It’s things that happen on a daily basis in relationships and something that most of us have encountered. It’s telling us that even though relationships are never perfect, we should still work hard and try to fix the differences if the 2 people are willing to, and work things out.

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237Music: Meshi – Pour la vie

This wonderful piece titled pour la vie was produced by Master Roboster and mastered by K Master K Mix, Directed by Adah Akenji and composed and performed by Meshi

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Her first release since 2019,  this single talks about love and in this case, it depicts the story of a guy who doesn’t want to reciprocate what she feels for him, so brings up many different stories in other to back out. Some of the words she used were “if loving you was enough, we would love each other till infinity “
Watch and appreciate the video below link an do not forget to leave a comment and thumbs up for the art.