Friday, 31 January 2020

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Thursday, 30 January 2020

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The Award winning indigenous nupe singer Prince mk aka ba'agi dishe out with another hit song which have make us over excited with him and he title this “ Malau” this song is dedicated to family of Malau for their namely ceremony of there belove child. This is the kind of song you all been waiting for download enjoy and share it with your friends.

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Artist ranking in Nupe Music industry has to do with who has put in more work, stayed consistence with dropping bangers and pushed for Nation accolades.

See also: If Qdex, Kheengz,Jaysmad,Gondigo and Chackson Should Engage In A Nupe Rap Battle -Who Do You Think Will Win?

Already DJ zubis and Prince mk stand out, as they have been able to represent us well on the Nation scene.

As the front liners in the Nupe music industry, if Dj zubis and prince mk hold the number one and two spot, which Other nupe artiste should be number THREE and FOUR?

Monday, 27 January 2020

Biography of ClassiQ & Net Worth

Buba Barnabas Luka aka ClassiQ hails from Bauchi State, was born on September 21, 1991 and started singing at the age of 16. His intention is to give Hip Hop the standard it deserves and most importantly convince anyone who listens that he can deliver the brand of Good Music they deserve.

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He plans to dominate Nigeria musically as he claims “Music chose me, I didn’t choose it” The first of three children from a Lecturer Father (Dr. of Geography) and a mother who is a nurse, ClassiQ’s early education started at the Abubakar Tafawa Balewa Staff Primary School Bauchi State in 1992 while he bagged a B.Sc in Computer from the prestigious Bayero University Kano in 2009.

He is known for his prolific punch lines and witty deliver, not to mention his crazy production skills.

ClassiQ has performed alongside acts like M I abaga, Eldee, Wande Coal, Shank, Davido, Duncan Mighty and many more.

He credits As, Nasty C, Don Jazzy, Fela, Kahli Abdu, J.Cole, Kanye West, Talib Kweli, Common, Wyclef, Dido and HHP as his biggest music influences.

ClassiQ’s aspiration as an artiste is to deliver feel good music that people can dance to or just sit back and relax to.

ClassiQ also has a conscious side and would like to be a voice for the people. He however has two songs to his credit; «Susanna» and «Tinini Tanana. »He is convinced there is a lot to be told.

ClassiQ’s personal philosophy of life is “slow and steady wins the Race” & “The quietest is always the wisest”.

He raps fluently in Hausa, impeccably in English and superbly in pidjin all of which he combines on his verses. His Mixtape "Sarki" is seriously dope with hot tracks like 'duniya' ft Ruby,,'duniya remix' ft Jesse Jagz, 'Kakaraka', 'sarki', 'magana', 'danburo uba shege' etc. Other hit singles from him include "Anfara", "Kawai" etc.

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ClassiQ was born on 21 September 1991 and he is 29 years Old

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Monday, 20 January 2020

How did Dangote start his business & Aliko Dangote Net worth

How did Dangote start his business

At the age of 21, Aliko Dangote borrowed $3,000 from his uncle to import and sell agricultural commodities in Nigeria, his country.
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For the seventh in a row, Dangote was the richest man in Africa in 2018, with an estimated net worth of $14.1 billion. The business empire he began to build more than three decades ago, Dangote Group, is one of the largest private-sector employers in Nigeria as well as the most valuable conglomerate in West Africa.

Dangote's business interests encompass many industries, including oil and gas, consumer goods and manufacturing. About 80% of his conglomerate's revenue comes from Dangote Cement. According to Forbes magazine, the subsidiary produces 44 million metric tons of cement every year and plans to increase output by 33% by 2020.

Dangote also owns the world's third- largest sugar refinery, and together all of his publicly traded companies make up a quarter of the market capitalization of the Nigerian Stock Exchange.

Aliko Dangote turned a local commodities trading businesses into a multibillion-dollar corporation.Here's how he did it

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Dangote Early Life

Aliko Dangote, an ethnic Hausa Muslim from Kano, Kano State, was born on the 10th of April 1957 into a wealthy Muslim family, the son of Mohammed Dangote and Mariya Sanusi Dantata.

He is the great-grandson of Alhaji Alhassan Dantata, the richest West African at the time of his death in 1955. Dangote has said:

"I can remember when I was in primary school, I would go and buy cartons of sweets [candy] and I would start selling them just to make money. I was so interested in business, even at that time."

Dangote was educated at the Sheikh Ali Kumasi Madrasa, followed by Capital High School, Kano.He has a bachelor's degree in business studies and administration from Al- Azhar University , Cairo .

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Which university did Dangote attend?

Aliko Dangote graduate from Al-Azhar University , Cairo

How old is Dangote?

Aliko Dangote was born (10 April 1957) 62 years

Dangote Net Worth

Dangote's net worth of $14.8 billion could buy 12.0 million troy ounces of gold; 279 million barrels of crude oil; and its equivalent to 1,240 per cent of the total wealth of the 500 richest people in the world

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when the Hausa speaking rappers/singers were relegated to the back seat when it comes to the Hip-Hop, RnB, Pop and Reggae genre of music, today the Game have turned.

Day after day music acts are been "brewed" in the north with many of them who have proven their wits beyond reasonable doubts both within and outside the shores of Nigeria.

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Kheengz (King Bawa): Hails from Niger state and a graduate of Civil engineering from ABU Zaria, he however abandoned his certificate in his cupboard to chase his music career.

It has evidently not been a disappointing chase for Kheengz, as he has remained on top of his game in recent times.

2. ClassiQ
(Buba Barnabas Luka): Hails from Bauchi state. He kick-started his music career at the tender age of 16.

Classiq has proven beyond reasonable doubt that he is an artiste to be reckoned with. Blessed with superb flows and articulative delivery, this young chap is today rubbing shoulders with prominent indigenous rappers such as Olamide and Phyno.

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Morell (Musa Akilla): Another lyrical viper from Borno state.

Morell has registered himself to be an household name in Arewa's music hemisphere. This music sensation is the perfect description of raw talent.

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Dj. Ab: A prolific producer, singer and a rapper extraordinaire.

This young and talented dude is blessed with an impeccable lyrical delivery that has made him soar really high. Abbas is one of the new wave of northern born musicians influenced and proudly carrying the Hausa lyrics and style in their music.

B.O.C (Luka Bulus Madaki): This rap god was born in the heart of Bauchi state.

One of Nigeria's most promising new artists, he is an entertainer with a story of sheer determination, diligence and undiluted talent.

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Lil Pee is a Taraba Rap Artist , Born to the Family of Mr./Mrs. Bitrus Emmanuel on the 8th of January 1997 , As Promise Bitrus Emmanuel , She is the 5th Child of Eight.

The Name Lil Pee came to be as she was a Musical Prodigy Who started Singing at an early age Lil Pee started professionally after been Motivated By the Likes of other Top Arewa Artistes e.g BOC , Dj Ab , Morell, Kaita.

Saturday, 11 January 2020

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Thursday, 9 January 2020

Music:Hamisu Breaker Ft kb International _ Jiki da jini

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Monday, 6 January 2020

Biography Of Etsu Usman Sarki


(Alhaji Usman Sarki, MP,CFR, Etsu Nupe) Alhaji Usman Sarki was born in Bida in 1920 to the Masaba Dynasty. He was born to Etsu Saidu who was the 8th Etsu Nupe from 1926 to 1935. So, Alhaji Usman Sarki was born some five years before his father became the Etsu Nupe.


Alhaji Usman Sarki attended Bida Elementary School from 1933 to 1937. In those days Bida Elementary Primary School was the only primary school in the whole of Bida and its environs.

After completing his primary school in 1943 Usman Sarki then went to Bida Provincial Middle School from 1937 to 1943. He then proceeded to Kaduna College which he attended from 1943 to 1944. In those days the Kaduna College was a very famous and one of the only colleges in the whole of Northern Nigeria. It was more or less like an elitist college and only the best and most qualified students were admitted into the Kaduna College in those days. The young Usman Sarki was an exceptionally bright and brilliant student and that was one reason why he got admitted into theprestigious Kaduna College.

After graduating from the Kaduna College in 1944 Usman Sarki immediately proceeded to the PWD Engineering school where he studied from 1944 to 1948. It was ever since then that he qualified as an engineer. Working Career After his engineering course at PWD Engineering School he immediately began his working career at the Bida Native Authority. In those days it was customary and prestigious for educated princes and the royalty to work at the Bida Native Authority as part of their service to their motherland.

Alhaji Usman Sarki started work in Bida Native Authority as Engineering Assistant in 1948. He immediately proved himself an agile, industrious and resourceful worker and was as a result promoted, two years later, to the position of the Supervisor of Works. From 1950 to 1955 Alhaji Usman Sarki was the Native Authority Supervisor of works at the Bida Native Authority. In 1955 Alhaji Usman Sarki went back to school to further his education. He was at the University College Ibadan, in 1955, studying extramural course in Economic Development of Nigeria.

Politics After his one-year educational course at the University of Ibadan Alhaji Usman Sarki came back to Bida. By that time he was one of the most administratively and academically qualified prince in Bida. Few people could measure up to the administrative and academic credentials of Prince Usman Sarki in those days. With his outmatching working experience and administrative and academic qualifications in those days Prince Usman Sarki went into politics and readily won the Federal House of Representative elections on the platform of the NPC or Northern Peoples’ Congress of those days.

At the Federal House of Representatives Prince Usman Sarki immediately proved to be an excellent personality and a resourceful workaholic again. He was, accordingly, immediately elevated to the position of the Secretary to the Federal Ministry of Works and Surveys that very year 1955. He remained in that position from 1955 to 1960.

Minister When the Tafawa Belewa Government of the Federal Republic of Nigeria was formed after Independence in 1960 Prince Usman Sarki was seen as one of the best and qualified national leaders from the North and was immediately appointed by the Tafawa Balewa Government as the Federal Minister of Internal Affairs in January 1960.

As the Minister of Internal Affairs Alhaji Usman Sarki again became one of the most hardworking, and a most brilliant members of the Tafawa Balewa cabinet. He was recognized by all and sundry as an outstanding personality and a gifted leader. But then, and suddenly, the then Etsu Nupe, Etsu Alhaji Muhammadu Ndayako popularly known as Etsu Bakudu, died on the 29th of October 1962.

The Debate and the Crisis

The moment Etsu Bakudu died a serious debate broke out in KinNupe as to whether Etsu Nupes should be appointed on merit of qualification or on the basis of the traditional rotational system of selection among the three royal houses of the Bida Emirate. This is a debate that has been on for a while, and was particularly promoted by the Colonial White men administrators, but the debate became acute upon the death of Etsu Bakudu.

In those days Alhaji Usman Sarki was the most high ranking Nupe man and one of the most administratively and academically qualified Nupe princess in the Bida Emirate. As a matter of fact there was no Nupe prince by that time who could measure up to the combined official and educational qualifications of Alhaji Usman Sarki. With all these, many proponents of the Etsuship by merit and the teaming supporters of Alhaji Usman Sarki asked him to come and be the next Etsu Nupe after the death of Etsu Bakudu. But many others opposed Alhaji Usman Sarki’s becoming the next Etsu Nupe because they insisted that the traditional method of the rotational Etsuship should b maintained.

There was a serious faceoff between the two parties and there were even demonstrations on the streets of Bida.

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Because of this crisis it took almost five months before the traditional kingmakers could eventually appoint a new Etsu Nupe. In the end the kingmakers took the modernist and revolutionary option of appointing a new Etsu Nupe due to the merit of his personal qualifications as a prince and not on the basis of the Rotational Etsuship between the three royal families of Bida.

The kingmakers nominated Alhaji Usman Sarki as the new Etsu Nupe and this was ratified and approved by the Federal Government. Alhaji Usman Sarki voluntarily resigned from his ministerial office and became the new Etsu Nupe on the 3rd of March 1963. He was the 10th Etsu Nupe in the history of the Bida Emirate. The moment he ascended the throne Etsu Usman Sarki’s brilliant and exemplary leadership became glaring and evident to all and sundry again. He approached the Etsuship throne with a visionary and revolutionary vigour. He started by immediately instilling discipline and due process in all the affairs and activities of the emirate. He assiduously stemmed the tide of maladministration among the various tiers of the Emirate government and royalties.

Etsu Usman Sarki sanitized, remade and rebranded the Bida Emirate into a brand new and enviable entity admired and respected within and outside Nigeria. He was able to do this because of his extensive experience as a career civil servant, politician and a highly sophisticated and educated Nupe man. In the whole of the Northern Nigeria there was not a traditional ruler or emir who was as well informed and exposed as Etsu Usman Sarki. This, of course, made him the de facto leader and the inevitable voice of the traditional rulers and emirs of Northern Nigeria.

Dethronement But Etsu Usman Sarki’s excellent and exceptional leadership qualities gained him bitter enemies both at within KinNupe and in the rest of Nigeria. Within KinNupe there was bitter opposition to his rulership by those who still insist that the Rotational Etsuship system should be maintained and that Etsu Usman Sarki was a usurper. Outside KinNupe many traditional rulers secretly envied his remarkable leadership qualities. Both of these opposition factors eventually coalesced to scheme Etsu Usman Sarki out of office. While street riots broke out again in Bida against the Etsuship of Etsu Usman Sarki, many regional and federal powerbrokers who envied Etsu Usman Sarki wrote all manners of petitions and libelous criticisms against him.

They accused him of maladministration but a federal committee set up to investigate the accusations found the accusation of maladministration against him as malicious and misplaced because by that very time Etsu Usman Sarki was the very vanguard against maladministration in the Bida Emirate. In any case the Federal Government was forced to dethrone Etsu Usman Sarki in 1969 when the riots and petitions orchestrated against him by his malicious and mischievous enemies became too much.

Etsu Usman Sarki was subsequently exiled to Bakura then in Sokoto but now in Zamfara State. And thus came to an end one of the most momentous and eventful, reigns in the annals of the Bida Emirate. Latter Days Etsu Usman Sarki’s dethronement did not deter him from normal contribution to nation-building as he took everything in good faith believing, as a devout Muslim, that it is the way Allah wanted it.

He simply went back to his usual life and worked assiduously for the progress of the Nupe people and Nigeria in general. It was on this note that he was honoured with the National Award CFR in 1980 by the Federal Republic of Nigeria.

Alhaji Usman Sarki died on the 19th of September 1984. Etsu Usman Sarki is obviously one of the greatest Etsu Nupes of modern times. There is no way the history of the modern Nupe Nation can be written without due attention being paid to the direct and indirect contributions of Etsu Usman Sarki to the development and progress of the Nupe Nation. Many people have referred to Etsu Usman Sarki as the ‘Etsu Masaba the Great of the twentieth century’.