It was in high spirits that prolific Cameroonian artist, Stanley Enow together with the Kadji Foundation paid a visit to the camp in Bonaberi, Douala, where Internal Displaced Persons have been residing.
Stanley who seems to have a busy schedule due to the preparations building up towards his album release, squeezes out time to share a moment of joy with his brothers and sisters who have been gravely affected by the on going crisis in the anglophone region of Cameroon.
He spent the day interacting, encouraging, singing but most importantly sharing love with the IDPs. Stanley did not hesitate to give out words of encouragement to them during this encounter. It is good to know that we have celebrities who not only understand humanity but also understand the importance of connecting with it. This event was put together by Carlton Smile Charity Organisation together with Cameroonian blogger and philanthropist, Henriette Nshan. Their joint effort enabled 30 kids go back to school.
Stanley Enow drops what may be considered by many the biggest collabo of the year, My Way featuring Tzy Panchak and Locko…
My Way, a hustler’s anthem by Stanley Enow features One of Cameroon’s finest Afro pop sensations, Tzy Panchak and Kamer’s sweetheart, Locko. It’s a single with which individuals from various works of life can identify with. Produced by Softouch beats, mixed and mastered by Slimbeatz and directed by Nkeng Stephens. With Cameo appearances from Daphne, Laura Dave, Pit Baccardi, Ivana Ononino, Darling Black, Martin Camus Mimb, Climton Njie, Chinois Yangeu Brice Albin, Dariche Nehdi, Eliane Achu, Fulbert, Jessica Ngoua, we see that Stanley had a goal to bring everyone together and to show other Cameroonians that togetherness is key as it is popularly said in French ‘L’Union fait la force’ .
Through this video, he portrays ‘unity in diversity’… My Way preaches hard work, prayer, patience and peace. Key attributes that help in growth. Enjoy this new single and do not forget to drop your observations or comments in the comment section below.
MartinEnow, Manager at Motherland Empire announces that he quits the said record label…
MartinEnow took to his facebook a few mins ago to announce that he was no longer involved in affairs concerning his brother StanleyEnow and that no one should get to him concerning Stanley. He also said if need be the person should get to Stanley directly. This raised eyebrows as we know they both have had a good working relationship for more than 5 years now ( though maybe they might have been huddles we do not know off).
Martin has always been there for his brother picking his every fight and standing by him. This got us wondering why the sudden change of attitude? What went wrong?
From the recent revelations we have had from Stanley and his team, if everything goes on as planned his career is about to take a huge turn with the coming of his second album. Why then quit before your moment of glory? Meanwhile Martin also revealed he will be live at 3pm today on his Facebook page to spill the beans. Well we just hope this is not another publicity stunt from our entertainers as that seems to be the trend amongst them these days. Subscribe and Stay tuned for more exclusive infos.
On Air Personality (OAP), Brice Albin is of the opinion that the collaboration between Award-winning artist, Stanley Enow, Tzy Panchak and Locko will be hit…
Industry stakeholders are of the opinion that there is still be a hit song from Cameroon this year. According to critiques, things have been pretty slow. Some blame it on the current political crisis others blame it on the artists and their teams. A few days, StanleyEnow shot a video for a single featuring TzyPanchak and Locko directed by NkengStephens. The video reportedly has camera appearances from Industry heavyweights like LauraDave, Daphne, PitBaccardi.
Many lovers of Cameroonian music are particularly excited about this video, as they drooled over the BTS pics. The positive reviews have been streaming in as it will go down as one of the most talked about video shoots in the history of Cameroonian Entertainment.
BriceAlbin who was present during one of the scenes got the opportunity to listen to the song beforehand and in a tweet, earlier today predicted it was going to be a hit. Coming from an experienced fellow like him this statement means a lot.
The video will soon be out only then will we be able to tell if he predicted right or not. Meanwhile, stay tuned for more exclusive info and Keep watching Casanova by StanleyEnow
How important is our support towards Entertainers in Cameroon?
Recently a video of David Adeleke AKA as Davido has been circulating the internet. This video which was got from Stanley Enow‘s Snapchat story featured David talking about supporting our OWN. Unfortunately, this video was misinterpreted by a lot of Cameroonians, translated into many other languages (that’s Cameroon for us).
Now let’s talk support in the Cameroon Entertainment Industry. Every day we see posts online screaming “support your own”; do we actually support our own? What is the right way to show support? Is it by ranting support online without actually doing anything to help?
In our opinion support towards an entertainer will be to buy and consume their art. Also, attend events organized around their art, give them they love and respect they deserve!
Let’s use Vanessa Monjoa’s case against Les Brasseries Du Cameroon as a Case Study
Recently a campaign with the hashtag was started by a journalist, Dulafe Valery. In this campaign, heimplored on the Cameroonian community to support him in calling out Les Brasseries du Cameroon. The former was in a bid to get Brasseries to pay up the money promised to this lady who emerged as the winner of the Mutzig Star Competition in 2017. This campaign took a wild turn on Facebook at short notice as influencers and online junkies. They did not hesitate to lend their support towards what they considered a just cause. Though some remained unbothered reason being the lady in question hadn’t said anything about the issue at hand.
The big question is, how did that support end up? Vanessa took to her Facebook to announce she has no issues with Les Brasseries du Cameroun and she didn’t ask anyone to fight for her. Some people felt like the said write up didn’t come from her. Then again what can we do? Do we have to force our support on entertainers? Why didn’t she stop Valery when he started the campaign? Why wait for so long to make a statement?
This is just one of the cases in which entertainers have either misused or misjudged our support. What is the real meaning of support when t comes to them? That brings us back to the topic of this article how important is our support to these entertainers?