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‘D’Banj Proposed To Me’ – Kokoma



Very few Nigerians will know the renowned musician named Kokoma Ikpong, but majority of people will know her as a very wealthy and young business lady. Few days before this interview, our press team was alerted that she was in town and luckily she was spotted having cocktail with few white friends of hers.

Hi, can we meet you?

I’m Kate Kokoma Ikpong.

We understand you’re not fully based in Nigeria, can you talk about that?

Yes, I’m based in California USA. I have two companies there and am actually running down home finally. I might still go back to California but for now I feel it’s time to come enjoy Africa and do something here, at lease contribute to growth of the country.

You are into music, we have seen your smashing video, can you tell us about your music career?

I have been a music lover right from my secondary school, was the vice president of a choreography club. Then we used to perform every Sunday at the chapel. Started writing songs from SS.2 and I recorded my first single in 2006. I then moved to United States, and have been privileged to be in the studio with amazing artiste like Beyonce, Rihanna, Coldplay, Avril lavigne, Shade Adu and I actually did a song with R-Kelly but that record wasn’t released. So professionally I have been into music for six years.

So now that you are in Nigeria, what’s your plan for the Nigeria Music Industry?

I have always been a business person and truthfully I know what it’s like being new or rather, functioning in a new geographical area or market. So for now I want to make friends, partner with young people and just have fun but also focusing on building a brand musically in Nigeria.

Which Nigerian artist would like to work with?

I have so many of them and truth be told I have a bit of a crush on some single Nigerian Male Artiste. I truly feel Flavour is quite cute and yes my very own D’banj. I’d really like to work with BankyW, Asa, WizKid, Tuface, Flavour, Olamide, Eva, BrymO, Tiwa Savage and the list goes on.

What’s the craziest thing you have experienced so far in the Nigeria Music Industry?

A lot actually, but I still feel Alaba market people are quite weird to me or maybe I just need to understand the Nigerian music business a bit more.

What made you leave the United States to come start all over in Nigeria?

I don’t know actually, but here’s a thing, when I was making plans to come back home most of my friends were like “why are you going to Africa, please don’t go”. Guess what I told them? I sincerely don’t know where that thought came from but I just said, “D’Banj proposed to me.” They were so excited and immediately got their blessings and here I am pursuing that dream to bless the Nigeria Music Industry.

How old are you?

I’m in my 20’s, single and looking for my African Prince.

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  1. Dammy

    December 3, 2012 at 10:08 am

    Congrats Kokoma……….Nigerians can now have you in mind through your publicity.

  2. Teeboy

    December 3, 2012 at 10:39 am

    Congrate d koko ma

  3. apkan udom

    December 3, 2012 at 10:40 am

    Since you are look for the africa price am avalabu. Am cut hamson tall and am can saticfy you we’ll we’ll on bed. Call me on 08067760393.

  4. Gbenga

    December 3, 2012 at 11:46 am

    Rubbish non-sense making publicity.i have been in studio wit this and that but u so boring that why your song with r.kelly wasnt released.”i think alaba people are weird,i still need to understand the music industry”.i think u need to understand yourself,just coz u think u have a ugly face,implant breasts,oversize hips,a flabby pussy.u think u can sing hell no.go back to california and meet your fucking lesbian friends and come back in 10 yrs time.i bet tonto dikeh single will be better than your album.

  5. chocoberry

    December 4, 2012 at 12:52 am

    @ gbenga, dat waz wired……

  6. miss

    December 4, 2012 at 5:10 am

    @gbenga……….wats ųя problem wit d lady !!! U kno her b4 ……. I seriously kno ųя type its ppl lik u dat wil stil go behind aήð kiss her fit ……..just wonderin how men lik u treat d women in der life*gayliku*

  7. @_PGKing

    December 4, 2012 at 6:42 am

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  8. Benny amaka

    December 6, 2012 at 11:33 am

    Abeg hw many babes ar u proposing 2? Its no longer Genevieve nw its d same best of luck@d’banj

  9. Benny amaka

    December 6, 2012 at 11:38 am


  10. WALE

    December 8, 2012 at 11:20 am

    kokoma-asamba, abi wetin u bi self. are u tellng us 2 b apy dat out of all ladies d-banj chose u or u dont like him? see no dey loud am, he has chosen u den go 4 him if u like him. bring money 2 dis table no dey bring tory of love. abi wetin i talk?


    December 10, 2012 at 8:32 pm

    How many women u won marry self kokomaster no wonder u are call d kokomst..

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“Your Album Is Wack” – Davido’s Crew Member, Obama DMW Tells Wizkid



“Your Album Is Wack” – Davido’s Crew Member, Obama DMW Throws Shade At Wizkid

Davido Music World Road Manager, Obama_DMW

Obama DMW, one of Davido’s crew member, has caused a stir online after he threw shades at award-winning singer, Wizkid.

Information Nigeria recalls the Wizkid finally dropped his long-awaited ‘Made In Lagos’ album on Thursday and it was greeted by mixed reactions from music lovers.

Hours after the album release, Obama DMW, whose real name is Prince Habeeb Uthman, rubbished the Afro-beat singer’s debut effort on his Instagram story.

The DMW member reviewed the singer’s album and he expressed his disappointment as he referred to it as ‘wack’.

In his words;

Brother your Album is wack oo!! You fall your own hands. Smh” he wrote.

It didn’t end as he also took to Twitter to compare the album with that of another singer, Ayanfe and he also promoted Davido’s latest project.

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See his post below:

Obama’s tweets

Obama’s tweets

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‘Desmond Elliot Disappointed Me’, Says Peter Okoye



#EndSWAT: 'Nigerian Youths Are Not Lazy', Peter Okoye Tells Buhari (Video)
Peter Okoye Reacts After Being Accused Of Wearing Fake Richard Mille Watch

Peter Okoye

Nigerian singer, Peter Okoye, also known as Mr P, has shared his disappointment as regards the speech made by Desmond Elliot during the live Lagos State House of Assembly plenary session.

The dancer cum entrepreneur took to his Instagram page to berate the lawmakers for not raising the question of who ordered the shooting of peaceful protesters at Lekki Tollgate on Tuesday, October 20.

In his words:

“Did y’all noticed none of them spoke or asked ‘WHO ORDERED THE SHOOTING OF PEACEFUL PROTESTERS AT LEKKI TOLL GATE ON THE 20TH OF OCTOBER?’ All they cared about was to regulate the social media platform that exposed them!

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SMH! Una Shame dey shame me Desmond you did not only fall my hand, you fall my Prick join common Desmond why? #LekkiMassacre #FailedNigerianGovernment”

See his post below:

Peter Okoye’s post

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‘Most Politicians Are Only In Power To Steal Our Money’ – Simi



‘Nigerians Are So Used To Suffering That They Think It’s Normal’ - Singer Simi


Nigerian singer, Simisola Ogunleye, better known as Simi, has shared her take on Nigerian politicians. According to her, they gain power only to steal money belonging to the masses.

She added that they are afraid of accountability. Therefore, Nigerians should keep demanding accountability until they learn how to be accountable to the people that elected them into office.

Read Also‘Nigerians Are Used To Suffering That They Think It’s Normal’ – Singer Simi

Taking to Twitter, she writes:

“Most of these politicians are afraid of accountability, cause they’re only there to take advantage of the system and steal OUR money. They’re not used to having to answer questions or to actually work. So if we continue to apply pressure, they will either fix up or stop running.”

See her tweet below:

Simi’s tweet

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