J-JACK delivers to us the official video of the title “GOD est là”.
In this new delivery, he worked with SALATIEL, the founder of Alpha Better Records.
J-JACK delivers to us the official video of the title “GOD est là”. In this new delivery, he worked with SALATIEL, the founder of Alpha Better Records. This single aims at giving glory to the Lord for his omnipresence and benevolence in our lives.It is a delight made with Afro sauce.
This talented pair bring a strong message, in addition to giving glory to GOD, they call on us not to envy and not to be jealous. But rather to pray, to work, and to love one’s neighbor. It is therefore a hymn against malice, false plans and jealousy. J-JACK did not only call on the magic fingering of DJ Kessy for the beat but also for the mix and mastering. The video was put together by Mr TCHECK of Sky Stars Films.
Lande Music Entertainment presents to us Olga Bry in Dis moi in collaboration with urban music icon, Mink’s.
Lande Music Entertainment presents to us Olga Bry in Dis moi in collaboration with urban music icon, Mink’s. This single tells the frustration of a woman who tries to start a romantic relationship with a guy she admires, but it doesn’t turn out good. It also describes the complexity of life as a couple and the infidelity that undermines today’s society. Olga Bry expresses grief felt when one is caught by the virus of love.
Young South African designer, Thebe Magugu won the sixth edition of the LVMH award. The award was presented to him on Wednesday, September 4th, at the Louis Vuitton Foundation
Young South African designer, Thebe Magugu won the sixth edition of the LVMH award. The award was presented to him on Wednesday, September 4th, at the Louis Vuitton Foundation, Paris, by Delphine Arnault, Deputy General Manager of Louis Vuitton . He is the first African designer to win one.
Thebe Magugu succeeds Japanese designer Masayuki Ino, founder of the brand “Doublet” who won this award last year. The South African distinguished himself in front of seven other candidates in the final, including Israeli designer Hed Mayner who won the Karl Lagerfeld Prize, former Special Jury Prize. He receives an endowment of 300,000 euros and enjoys a year of mentoring with the teams of the French luxury group. In 2019, the LVMH Prize registered more than 1,700 applications from a hundred different countries.
Thebe Magugu is a young stylist based in Johannesburg, South Africa. Originally from the small town of Kimberley, he came to Johannesburg to study fashion design, photography and fashion media at LISOF Fashion School. After earning the highest grade for one of his collections, he did internships and worked for a series of creative institutions and fashion distributors. Two years later, he created his eponymous label, THEBE MAGUGU – South African fashion brand specializing in women’s ready-to-wear and who plays on the mix of materials in her silhouettes.
Its collections – Geology (SS’17), Home Economics (AW’18) and Gender Studies (SS’18) – are cited as a nod to the current political climate in South Africa and abroad, particularly in as regards the expectations put on the modern woman.
Thebe Magugu is inspired by women who have played an important role in his life. Last February, he won the “international fashion showcase award”, a prize awarded by the British Fashion Council, which rewards fashion designers emerging.
Speaking of his brand, the stylist explains: “With our core values of quality, novelty and culture, we are always looking for new ways to dress women with everyday clothes while highlighting them. . The sleek, modern design meets patterns from the history of our continent, creating elegant, multi-faceted garments as precious as the women who wear them. “
The other LVMH award winners are Marine Serre (2017), Grace Wales Bonner (2016), Portuguese duo Marques’Almeida (2015), first winner of the award, Montrealer Thomas Tait (2014) and Japanese Masayuki Ino (2018) previously cited.
After the single Des sous, Afi (XGangs) is back with force in a duo with his brother Dadju titled Toi et Moi.
After the single Des sous, Afi (XGangs) is back with force in a duo with his brother Dadju titled Toi et Moi. This single is predicted to rock all dancefloors and FM radios. To consume without moderation !
The singer assures us an album will be following soon which will include a huge rain of Hits coming. Follow Afi on social networks to be connected … Production credits go as follows: Authors: Afi Djuna, Dadju Nsungula Composers: Guy Waku, Eric Waku Producers: Vox Muzika Publishers: Vox Muzika, Colors Music Publishing Copyright, Label: Colors Music Publishing Video director: Dogg Movie
Neat style, sharp rhymes and mastered gesture, the singer from mbankolo (Yaounde’s popular district) demonstrates the extent of his talent in less than 3 minutes on a rhythm Afro Bikutsi very ambiancé.
LUX Group of Companies is pleased to announce the signing of a new
Management deal with Guinea Model and Actress, Binta Diallo.
LUX Group of Companies is pleased to announce the signing of a new Management deal with Guinea Model and Actress, Binta Diallo. Mother to 3-year-old King Ayo, who she shares with Nigerian Superstar Wizkid, Binta ‘Blue Diamond’ Diallo is a Model, Actress and Business Owner. Originally from Guinea, she splits her time between Alabama, Atlanta and New York.
Since signing up with LUX Group of Companies, Binta has been cast on the new American TV Show, Main Course Divas, set to air on Broadcast TV in the USA. LUX Group of Companies is owned by Atlanta-based Cameroonian Entrepreneur, Dora Ndip.
Norwegian based international and Cameroonian MC/Host, #Charlene launches her dance and entertainment company C-Enterprise.
Norway-based international and cameroonian MC/Host, #Charlene launches her dance and entertainment company C-Enterprise. The brand new structure which happens to be a stepping stone for the award winning microphone guru is a mother company which will be representing smaller Charlene brands like “Sweat Like This Fitness, Afrozoumba dance sessions and her Sports Belt. Dancers will be privileged to carry out dance lessons taught by some of the world’s best dancers as the C-Enterprise will be inviting professional dancers from across the globe!
In the domain of entertainment, MC Charlene will be using the C-Enterprise as a canopy to make her name and brand bigger both in Norway and the world at large. In this light, she will be hosting shows and booking artistes for major events. etc
The energy goddess MC Charlene feels the good thing about the entertainment domain is doing the things she does that makes her happy as well as seeing others succeed? The goal of the C-Enterprise is to make it bigger some day! Look into her efforts and one day introduce it as a multimillion company. The newly graduated MC Charlene appreciates the support of her so far and wishes that they keep the energy going!
We were opportuned to catch up with Fashion Influencer extra-ordinaire, @manlikeclix. @manlikeclix is Cameroon’s biggest Fashion influencer, Style consultant and the Creative Director at Alessandro Veneto. Here’s how our chit-chat went down.
Very often we’ve come across the word influencer, to some extend we feel like the word is being vulgarised. Who is an Influencer? Do people just tag along the name cuz it’s a new trend or do they really understand the meaning? We were opportuned to catch up with Fashion Influencer extra-ordinaire, @manlikeclix. @manlikeclix is one of Cameroon’s biggest Fashion influencers, Style consultant and the Creative Director at Alessandro Veneto with over 100k followers on Instagram . During our chit-chat we came across alot of insightful info on his person.
agreeing to talk to us. Good afternoon Clix.
If we may
ask, what are your real names ?
My Name is Gwei Noel Yengong
From the content,
we see on your page, you seem to be deeply rooted. What are your origins?
I grew up in Cameroon, in the town of Bamenda
you based currently?
Somewhere in between Berlin- Germany and London England. Hahaha, I share my life between these places mostly.
have you lived abroad?
About 15years lol
Instagram bio says you are an Influencer. What exactly is it that you do? Just
like us we are sure people are curious to know
Wow, a lot… I do a lot! I’m not just an influencer, I am a Digital Marketer, an entrepreneur, an investor, a style consultant and a creative director for an Italian company called Alessandro Veneto
about the fashion side of your professional life. How did you work your way to
the top as an influencer? What inspires you?
Life l would say. I grew up next to an uncle called Spee Arts who in my opinion, was the greatest arts painter Cameroon ever had. He used to dress totally different from everyone, seeing that as a kid kind of had an impact on me. I would say he “influenced me”. When I grew one, one step at a time, I started creating my own lane in the fashion world. Fela Kuti also played a huge part in influencing my fashion style and oh the movie God father lol…
your plans after recording so much success?
My biggest dream is to have at least 30 companies and employ at least 189 youths before I am 35yrs old. This will be my way of supporting Africa by not only providing employment but also taking kids off the streets.
entrepreneur, do you have any other business? Or is there any other domain that
might tickle your fancy?
Sure, in the business domain I plan to invest in real estate in Cameroon and open a record label. I will be making movie and music video appearances for some projects a couple of friends will be working.
advice do you have for a young Cameroonian or African looking up to you?
It only takes 4 things; Clean heart, Believe, Consistency and hard work
Over the last three years, Mr. Leo has remained one of the most consistent urban artists in the Cameroonian music industry. The Superstar has just released a brand new song titled, “C’est Pas Nouveau,” produced, mixed and mastered by Alpha Better Records boss Salatiel.
In “C’est Pas Nouveau,” Mr. Leo invites you to let go of every other thing and go party. The song is slow and vibrated on a fusion of music, Rumba, Makossa, Soukous, and Afrobeat. “C’est Pas Nouveau” is certainly the party song for the festive period that’s closing in.
His eighth masterpiece this year, Mr. Leo is one of those artists who have no trouble adapting to different styles. With multiple vibes, he is one of those who can melt into reggae, soul, pop, hip-hop, RnB, Afrobeat, gospel, Makossa and just about any style.
Watch the clip and enjoy this Rumba Feel Jam from Mr. Leo.