Showing posts with label Biography. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Biography. Show all posts

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.

ClassiQ Social Media Handle

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ClassiQ Net Worth

ClassiQ Age

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

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Monday, 6 January 2020

Biography Of Etsu Usman Sarki

ETSU USMAN SARKI EARLY LIFE

(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.

ETSU USMAN SARKI EDUCATION

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.

10th Etsu Nupe

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’.

Monday, 2 December 2019

Biography of Ali Nuhu & Net Worth and Gallery

Biography of Ali Nuhu & Net worth and Gallery

Real name: Ali Nuhu Mohammed
Date of birth: 15 March 1974
State of Origin: Gombe, Gombe State
Residence State: Kano State
Nationality: Nigerian
Education: Geography
Occupation: Actor,Director , Producer , Choreographer
Status: Married.


Early life and education

Ali Nuhu was born in Maiduguri , Borno State , in northeastern Nigeria.

His father Nuhu Poloma hailed from Balanga town of Gombe State and his mother Fatima Karderam Digema from Bama local government of Borno State. He grew up in Jos , and Kano.

After high school education he received a Bachelors of Art degree in Geography from the University of Jos .

He did his National Service in Ibadan , Oyo State. He later attended University of Southern California for a course in film production and cinematic arts.

Acting career

Ali Nuhu entered the Hausa film industry in 1999 and has appeared in over 1000 Hausa movies.

Awards and nominations

2005 Best Actor
2007 Best Upcoming Actor award (won)
2008 The indigene Best Actor (won)
2011 Best Indigenous actor (won)
2012 Best hausa Actor (won)
2013 Best Supporting Actor (Nominated)
2013 Best Actor (Won)
2013 Best Hausa Actor (Won)
2013 Kannywood Face (Won)
2014 Best Actor (Won)
2014 Best Artiste (Won)
2014 Best Actor (Won)
2014 Kannywood Face (Won)
2014 Pride of Kannywood (Won) 2014 Best Actor (Popular) Won
2015 Most Outstanding Actor (Won)
2015 Best Actor (Hausa) Won
2015 Best Actor (Popular) Won
2015 Kannywood Personality Won
2016 Best Actor (Hausa) Won
2016 Best Actor Won
2016 Best Actor (Nominated)
2016 Kannywood Face (Nominated)
2016 Excellent Entertainer Won
2017 Best Actor Won
2017 Kannywood Face Won
2017 Awards Best Actor Nominated
2017 Special Recognition Award Pending
and over 150 English movies.

Net Worth

Currently we have no any idea about Ali Nuhu net worth

Ali Nuhu Gallery



Sunday, 1 December 2019

Biography of Morell and Net worth

Biography of Morell and Net worth

Musa Akilah (born April 11) popularly known by his stage name Morell , is a Nigerian rapper and songwriter.

Morell was born in Bauchi State, but hails from Borno State, Nigeria. Musa Akilah is known for his smooth voice, calm composure and boy next door charm.


While growing up amongst six other siblings, Morell enjoyed listening to rap songs and miming on stage and is inspired by BIG, Jayz, Mark Morison, Eminem, Mali Music and Akon.

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Morell’s singing ability was first discovered by Blast, a friend who had criticized his rapping skills the first day they met. Morell was first officially introduced to music lovers in 2007 following collaboration on Rugged Man’s album “Move Something”.

A few months later, he partnered on Naeto C’s Bamilo, another song that penciled him down as an act to watch out for. Intensifying his music career, Morell and Bento Recordz put pen to paper in 2011.


Morell mainly rap’s in Hausa, (a language mainly for people living in Northern Nigeria).

See Also: Biography of burna boy & Net worth

Below Are Some Of Morell Hottest Tracks

Morell - Haba
Morell - enghausa
Morell - Aure
Morell - The one
Morell - code
Morell ft classiq - Bawani bugati

Biography of Lil pee & Age

The Biography Of Lil Pee & Age and Net Worth

The Queen of Northern Hip Hop 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.

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The queen of Arewa Hip Hop Lil Pee is a Lyrical genius with Punch Lines Only to be Compared to the likes of Eva, Pryse, Splash, Cynthia Morgan Just to mention a few.

Lil Pee has become a household name in Taraba and Other Northern States . is fame in music with well-versed Raps in Hausa , English and Pidgin.

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Her Dope Lines has Marry her to Dozens of Awards both within the state and outside its Boundaries.

She is always a number one in shows and Awards which has make her to her to own a legion of fans zone for her Nicky Minaj like performance.

Lil Pee has pull a stunt with some of the hottest Mc’s in Game , she Collaborated with the likes of Boc ,Teeswagz , Kaits , Hazy D Star & Jzat( Bokan Taraba ).

Lil Pee is Mumuye by tribe and can also speak Hausa & English

Below Are Some Of Lil Pee Hottest Tracks

Lil Pee ft Kaita - Sai Mun Kai
Lil Pee - Nazo
Lil Pee - Rayuwa
Lil Pee ft BOC x Kaita - Ana Tare
Lil Pee - Ramadan
Lil Pee - Hustle
Lil Pee ft Kaita - Nawa Ne
Lil pee ft kaita - Girgiza

Below Are Lil Pee Gallery



Biography of Maryam booth

Biography of Maryam Booth

Maryam Booth was born on October 28, 1993 as Maryam Ado Muhammed and hails from Kano state, northern part of Nigeria.


She is a well known actress who features in Kannywood movies but started her acting career at the age of 8.

Maryam attended Ebony Nursery and primary school and her secondary education at Ahmadiyya secondary school.

Her mother Zainab Booth is also an actress and maryam’s grand mother is a Fulani while her grandfather is Scottish.

Biography of Burna boy & Net worth

Biography Of Burna boy and Net worth

Burna Boy, born Damini Ogulu, arrived into the world on July 2, 1991, in Ahoada, Port Harcourt.


He was born to Nigerian parents Mr. and Mrs. Ogulu, who raised him in Ahoada and later moved to Lagos State, where the performer completed his basic education. According to records, Burna Boy attended Montessori International School, from where he moved to Corona, Agbara, Lagos, for his secondary school education. However, it is not known to the public if he had a university education or not.

Burna Boy is yet to reveal an elaborate information about his family background, the names of his siblings, and other essential details that are of interest to his fans and the world at large.

Burna Boy Music Career & Accomplishments

In his little time on the microphone, the singer has managed to pull successful African singers like AKA, Leriq, and Sarkodie to the studio to work with him.

This feat alone earned him praises within and beyond the entertainment community. As mentioned earlier, the Afrofusion songwriter launched his career in 2010. He dropped his first record titled: “Shobeedo (Freestyle)” in 2011, which was followed shortly by ‘Burn Notice” and “Burn Identity”.

The following year, precisely on may 31, 2012, the dancer released another single titled: “Like To Party” and subsequently its video on September 5, 2012, to the excitement of many music lovers. “Like to Party” music video, which ran for 4 minutes and 9 seconds and shot by Squareball Media services, to date, is considered as Burna Boy’s breakout song/video, as it played pivotal roles in thrusting him into an immense popularity across Nigeria and beyond.

Burna Boy’s debut studio album is titled: L.I.F.E – Leaving an Impact for Eternity . it was released on August 12, 2013, by Aristokrat Records. His other musical credits include “Redemption (EP)” (2016), “On a Spaceship” (2015), and “Outside” (2018). The Afropop vocalist also boasts another single titled “Tonight”, which was released on September 24, 2012, and later backed up with its music video.

The music video for “Tonight” was released on December 13, 2012, and featured the singer’s innate feelings and heartfelt emotions.

It only took Burna Boy a few years to achieve what most of his contemporaries couldn’t achieve in so many years. He stormed the music industry in 2010 and eventually worked his way to the top after two years, carving a niche for himself as one of Nigeria’s fast-rising star to watch out for.

The singer may not be as popular as Fela Kuti or King Sunny Ade but he sure has virtually everything it takes to become great like these men of excellence.

Burna Boy has the voice, talent, skills, charisma, and a conquering spirit that has led them through many hurdles in the industry.

Biography of Di'JA & Net worth and Husband

DiJa Biography / Profile

Full Name: Hadiza Blell
Stage Name: Di’Ja
Date of Birth: Born 14 August
Occupation: Singer ,Model, Fashion Designer,Songwriter, Visual Artist
Nationality: Nigerian:Sierra Leanean
Record Label: Mavin Records
Marital Status: Not Married


Biography of Dija

Di’Ja real names is Hadiza Blell and was born on 14 August. Is a Mixed raced Sierra Leonean Nigerian singer, visual artist and songwriter. She is currently signed to Mavin Records .

She got art in her blood. Her father Hail from sierra Leone and Mother from Northern Nigeria. She gifted with two countries Local language Hausa picked from Nigeria and Krio which is a local dialet to sierra leone.

Her stage name Di Ja was derived from from the combination of Hadiza and Khadija which she manipulated and came up with Di”Ja Di’Ja has a double degree in Biology and Psychology .

After earning the aforementioned degrees, Di’Ja became passionate about music, art and philosophy.


The Mavin Record act has been in the industry since 2008 before she was official announced to be signed to Mavin record in February 14, 2014 .

Before then , she has kick started her music carrier in 2008, In 2012, Di’Ja released several singles including “ Dan’Iska (Rudebwoy) “, “Hold On (Ba Damuwa) ” and “ How Can We Be Friends“.

Di’Ja Announced herself to Nigerians with her first Official single under mavin record which was released on February 14, 2014.

The song, which is titled “Yaro” got lots of airplay from many radio station and blogs. Di’Ja was featured on “ Dorobucci ” alongside label mates Don Jazzy, Dr SID, Tiwa Savage , D’Prince , Korede Bello and Reekado Banks .

In May 2014, an animated video was released for “ Dorobucci“.As of 21 June 2014, “Dorobucci” has received over 12 million downloads since its release. Di’Ja was featured on “ Arise ” alongside Don Jazzy and Reekado Banks .

Awards and Nominations for Dija’s songs

1. Winner for the Best New Artiste at the Beat Music Awards in London

2. Nominated for Most Promising Act to Watch Nigeria Entertainment Awards 2014

3. Nominated for Best Urban / R&B Single at the Canadian Radio Music Awards 2009


Endorsement Deals

The slim singer signed an endorsement deal with Nigeria Telecommunication giant Globacom on the 1st of July 2015.

Biography of DJ AB & Net Worth

Biography of DJ AB & Net Worth

Haruna Abdullahi popularly known as Dj Abba , is a 23years old croccity raised rapper /singer/ producer.


he is the first child of his mum and the forth child of his father with 17siblings. DJ ABBA at times called “Typical Hausaboy”, is an artiste signed into ‘YaranNorthSide Entertainment Company’ and Owns an Audio/Visual Studio called YNSStudios in Kaduna Which was Established as a family Venture.

He’s no doubt one of the fastest rising rappers in the north since releasing his Thug Mixtape.

He dropped a hit track; BABARSA which disturbed the entire AREWA. since then he’s been dropping hit tracks back to back with mind blowing videos.

His music career didn’t stop him from studying. he’s currently studying quantity survey in Ahmadu Bello University(ABU) Zaria.

It has always been his dream to make music, not just any kind of music, good music that would be appreciated by his fellow Northerners; he started writing songs when he was 14 years old and started recording few years after.

He has hit songs like Haka, Dia Dia, ‘Ga Ni’, SuBebaNe, Totally and lot of mind blowing songs with the recent of them all being “Soyayya”.

DJ Abba has many collaborations with other northern artistes like Classiq, B O C and lots more. he career has been a growing one, he also performed at the KADAFEST 2015 on the same stage with the likes of 9ice, Morell, Yemi Alade, Olu Maintain, MI, 2 baba, Patoranking e. t. c.

Dj Abba Gallery

Biography of Kheengz _ YFK & Net Worth

The Biography Of Kheengz

Kheengz (born 1993) also known as YFK or King Bawa, is a Nigerian rapper and songwriter.


The talented rapper from arewa.

Kheengz hails from Naija state and is a graduate of ABU Zaria. He is regarded as one of the pioneers of hausa rap with his silky smooth vocal texture, interesting lyrics and technique. Kheengz was known in some quaters of the north before Classiq broke out, Kheengz featured M.I on the track jealous’ and Erigga on ‘high school remix’.

He also did a cover of Dija’s track ‘yaro’ naming his ‘Haba’.

Kheengz dropped his ‘college kid mixtape' CKMT in 2013 with some of the illest rap tracks around. Some of his hottest tracks include;

Balling
Run Arewa
Wasila
48
Yara
I believe
Mamah
Almajiri
I Am North
I Gatch You

Below Are Kheengz YFK Gallery

Saturday, 7 September 2019

Muhammad Talaso || Young Ethical Hacker

Wellocome to Nupemelody ,

Name: Muhammad Suleiman

Town: Bachaka Kebbi State Nigeria

Experience Ethical Hacking, Computer programming, Computer Guru , Flashing, Mobile Software solution, Tech support at Gsm

Age: 21

Nickname: Talaso

Muhammad Suleiman is a young hackers from Kebbi State Arewa local government:

This young boy Render Service as follow:

🔰Flashing tools

🔰Pentesting tools

🔰 Teaching Ethical Hacking

🔰 Teaching flashing

🔰 Online services

🔰Selling computer software

🔰 Technical support

if You wish to Learn all This you can contact him on whatsapp

Contact only at WhatsApp number: 07017195212

If you are thinking you have a basic knowledge of internet security? You have to think again

Althought There are skilled and Professional hackers out there who could get past pretty much anything you choose to put in their way.

Not only are these hackers fiendishly clever, he is also inventive and constantly invent new ways of getting past security protocols.

Whatever you and your server do to protect yourselves, Muhammad Bachaka is always one step ahead. Be happy then he is most skilled of them choose to concentrate on To Teach you How to Become ethical Hacking, Flashing, Etc .

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Saturday, 17 August 2019

Biography of Dj Zubis

Comrade Muhammad Abdullahi popular known as DJ Zubis was born on 14 April, 1987 to the blessed family of Alhaji Abdullahi Ezonuwan and Hajiya Fatima from Efun_gama Kutigi under Lavun Local Government Area of Niger State.

He attended Ungwa Sheshi Primary School Kutigi from 1994_1999, where he obtained his first leaving school certificate and he further went to Government Day Secondary School Kutigi from 1999_2005 where he acquired his Senior Secondary School Certificate, afterwards he proceeded to Niger State Polytechnic Zungeru, where he secured his National Diploma(ND) in Computer Science from 2007_2009 and also Higher National Diploma (HND) in the same department.

Music as hobby for DJ Zubis led him to start small computer business after his National Diploma Program which brought him to this level.

He started as sound producer, producing sound in Nupe Entertainment Industry since
2011 till the day he started singing as a joke in 2012 and now becomes a bigger thing in his life.


He has received many awards from difference angle of Nupe Kingdom such as; Niger, Kogi, and Kwara State respective and also from his fans and friends, DJ Zubis got married and bless with a child in a happy and peaceful home.

DJ Zubis Nominated Award

Best Singer of The year

Best Vocalist of The year
Best Producer of The year


DJ Zubis Music's

DJ Zubis _ Yes || Download

DJ zubis_ Lamilo || Download

DJ zubis _ Boro toh elu || Download

DJ zubis Gallery/Photos




Thursday, 27 June 2019

Biography of Linda ikeji and Net worth

Linda ikeji Biography

There is no doubt that there is a tremendous increase in the number of wealthy people, specifically from the online/e-commerce and entertainment industry in Nigeria and indeed Africa as a whole, in recent time.

New mediums of making money rather than the conventional old ways, like e-commerce, for example, has made it easy for people to make money from the comfort of their living rooms.

One person who has done exactly that is Linda Ikeji.

Mrs. Ikeji is today one of the richest and most popular online entrepreneurs on the whole African continent.

Her rise to fame and wealth through a mediumthat was not very well known and also not respected in Nigeria puzzles many. However, those who have had a close relationship with her, and were quite conversant about the online/blogging business, knew it had great potential to take her and any other person who dared to delve into it to a greater place.

Linda Ikeji’ life is indeed an inspiration to the youth of Africa, especially young ladies, who struggle to make it in life in a somewhat male-dominated society.

Below is a look at how she made it from her humble beginnings.

Linda Ikeji Biography

Linda Ikeji was born Linda Ifeoma Ikeji on September 19, 1980. She is the second of seven children from her parents who hail from Nkwerre, a local government area in the southeastern state of Imo, Nigeria.

Like many other families from the region, Linda was raised in a Christian Catholic home that went through its fair share of financial instability.

At the young age of ten, she had already begun writing short fictional stories as a hobby.

Added to her knack for storytelling, she loved to report on the news and was fascinated by interviews.

This prompted her to pursue a degree in mass communication at the University of Lagos.

But unfortunately for her, she was admitted to stud the English Language.

She began university at the age of 19, and due to her family’s struggles, had to support herself financially.

She worked different jobs as a waitress, usher at occasions, bar-tending, and as a model.

You can tell of her diligence and self-confidence, poise and great presentation skills, high sense of dressing and most importantly, her beauty, she excelled as a model. However, modeling was not well paying at that time in Nigeria, Linda saw it as a kind of job she could do to feed and help herself through school rather than engaging in jobs that will “take her dignity”.

Upon the completion of her university education,Linda set up her own modeling agency, called Black dove Communications, a name coined and inspired by Silverbird.

The business was not as profitable as she had hoped, so when she turned to blogging, she paid all her attention to it andmade the most out of it.

Today, Linda is a self-made multi-millionaire who made her money without any form of corruption, dishonesty or deception as it’s common with a number of ladies nowadays.

Success Journey (Blog, SocialNetwork)

As we already know, not all success stories are smooth, and Linda’s is not an exception.

Her “sudden rise into fame” as some would see it was never sudden, her journey was full of difficulties, financial instability and of course as a beautiful young girl, distractions.

But it’s amazing how she struggled through with determination and focus.

She started blogging in November 2006, a time when internet access was least pronounced in Nigeria and also a time when only a few people blogged about their personal lives and their families.

One could tell of her little beginnings as she is not tired of telling her story of how she used to borrow money to go to cybercafes to blog. Since its inception, first in 2006 and fully in 2007, Linda Ikeji blog has become a well-known blog all around Africa.

Starting first as a gossip blog which was then the first of its kind in Nigeria, “LIB” as it is famously called, has grown to become the centerpiece of entertainment, covering news and events happening in and around Africa and even beyond. It also covers

lifestyle and fashion stories.

Thousands of people from all over the continent troop into her blog on a daily basis for allthis.

Nigerians abroad also visit the blog to have full details of what goes on in and around theirhome country.

Linda Ikeji Blog is currently ranked 20th on the Alexa ranking in Nigeria and 1,736 worldwide. She has one of the most active blogs in the country, with her social media following increasing by the thousands each day.

She currently has more than 750,000 on Twitter, over 36,000 likes on Facebook and over 52,000 followers on Instagram.

Following the success of her blog, Linda Ikeji launched a social network named Linda Ikeji Social.

She said the idea came to her when she met fans who told her that they only visited two sites; LIB and Facebook.

That prompted her to create something that incorporated what both sites offer.

The networking platform uses the domain name Lindaikejisocoal.com On the first day of its launch, over 50,000 people had signed up.

Her strategy for the site was very attracted as she promised to pay users a percentage based on the number of their followers and the adverts placed on their page.

She also said she would be buying user’s content/stories depending on its originality.

Linda Ikeji Net Worth (House,Cars)

Through blogging, Linda has gathered for herself lots of wealth with her site said to be worth 7 figures.

Linda Ikeji’s net worth is estimated to be around N3.2 billion.

With that amount of money, you don’t expect her not to live lavish.

She has spent over N50 million on cars for herself and other family members. That adds to her garage which already boasted of a 2008 Toyota Camry, and an Infinity FX 35 SUV.

She also acquired two new houses, a 5-bedroom duplex for her parents in Surulere, and a seven-bedroom mansion on the Island for herself valued upwards of N300 million.

Controversies

Linda Ikeji has clashes severally with people,who feel she goes too far in prying into their personal lives.

These people include top Nigerian celebrities like Wizkid, Olamide, Yvonne Nelson, and many more.

One particular incident that stood out was when she was accused of stealing content which led to the removal of her blog by Google in 2014.

After sorting out the issue, Linda came back stronger and even expanded her business. She recruited journalists whose jobs will be to bring her more exclusive content for her Blog. Philanthropy/Achievements

Linda Ikeji engages in a lot of philanthropic activities. She most notably takes joy from supporting young girls between the ages of 18 and 26 who have great business ideas and are willing to venture into entrepreneurship.

Through her project themed; “I’d rather be self-made, No, thanks” Linda given out a total sum of N10,000,000 to different girls to start up theirprojects.

She has also groomed her siblings in entrepreneurship. In fact, one of her siblings, Laura, now has a fashion blog called heylauraikeji.blogspot.com

Family (Married, Husband)

Linda has five sisters and a brother.

They are Vera, Sandra, Laura, Peks, Benita, and Edna. The multi-millionaire blogger is not married and to our knowledge, is not currently dating anybody.

She was previously rumoured to be dating CoolFM presenter, Dan Foster and then popular movie director and producer, Aquilla Njamah.

Linda has always made it known on her blog that she desires to get married so she can finally have sex.

She has even gone as far as listing the attributes of her dream man. They include a man who has respect for women,willing to support her work and has a job. Prestcruise H

Sunday, 27 January 2019

Exclusive Interview with Hassan Wayam

Biography of Hassam Wayam

I am residing in Zaria, in a place called Layin Zomo, near Kwangila, but originally from Maradun in Zamfara State.

I came to Zaria in 1968. In fact, soldiers brought me here. There is a town called Mayanci, which was famous for social life. Drivers always made a stop there. It was a very popular town because of its permissiveness, music and other forms of activities.

My boss then was a woman called Hajiya Tata; she owned a restaurant there. There were soldiers too who were driving lorries and other articulated vehicles.

They always stopped over at Mayanci on their way to Sokoto to sort of while away time. One of the soldiers, Corporal Ali Barau, once heard me playing the fiddle and he said, “Wow, this is a talented young man.” He asked Tata “from where did you get this talented boy?” She told the soldier that I found him just like you did now. The soldier asked if he could take me along with him and she obliged, with the condition that he had to get my conscent.

So when the soldier asked me, I agreed to follow him. That was how I came to Zaria. Unfortunately, Corporal Ali is now late but his family still lives in Unguwar Maigwado, in Sabon Gari, Zaria.

How did the name Hassan Wayam come about?

I have a small frame. So some people started calling me Dan-tsito (little) because of that. As for Wayam, any time I sang a song that I am not happy with, or start a verse and fail to finish it the way I want, I would refer to it as ‘wayam’ (i.e. empty). That time I had a big fan and any time he came looking for me he would ask “where is that boy that sings wayam?” And people would rush to call me. That was how the name stuck.

How is kukuma (fiddle) made?

Kukuma is made from a small calabash, a stick and some hairs from the horse’s tail. You also get karo (gum Arabic) which increases the sound output of the fiddle.

Indeed the fiddle has a gear, just like a car, with about ten changes. It gives a different output any time you change the gear.

Which among your songs is your favourite, since you don’t know their number?

Yes, I can’t tell the number of my songs, but my favourite is a song called “Sai Wayam.”

Is it true that you were once arrested in Niger Republic?

You know one thing about fame is that it comes with blackmail. I have been to Niger Republic only once in my life, and that was when the son of late Alhaji Mamman Shata was to get married there.

I went there in the company of late Alhaji Sani Sabulu Na Kanoma and his boys in his own car. And when we went to Niger Republic, we lodged at the residence of Sa’adu Bori.

We came back together after the wedding. Aside that, I have never travelled to Niger Republic to sing or to conduct any business. It is pure blackmail. Let whoever is making the claim come forward with it. Luckily I am still alive.

How was your relationship with Shata and Sani Sabulu?

We enjoyed the best of relationship with Shata. In fact, we took him for a father while he treated us like his children.

It was as a result of that cordial relationship that we traveled to Niger Republic to grace his son’s wedding. As for Sani Sabulu, he was both a friend and a brother. We hail from the same area. We used to do almost everything together. We even traveled together to Niger Republic, like I said earlier.

How did you venture into music?

I inherited it from my late father who was into three different trades – carving, farming and Fulani traditional beat. I took after him.

Can you list the places you visited because of singing?

I visited so many places because of my music. There are very few places I did not visit in Nigeria. I was also in Mecca (Saudi Arabia) to perform the pilgrimage, not to sing (laughs); then Niger Republic for Shata’s son’s wedding.

What will you say you achieved from singing?

They are numerous. I got a car, married and bought a house. I also went on Hajj and take care of my day-to-day needs.

What about problems?

The biggest problem is that of the death of my son, who was married with children. He was keen on taking after me, but his life was cut short in this dispensation. He was shot dead by soldiers, leaving behind five children (my grandchildren).

To my surprise, no government official or military officer deemed it fit to meet me over his killing, let alone pay compensation for the children he left behind.

This is one thing I will never forget in my life. I have 11 children and one wife. I married five women in my life, but now I am staying with only one. Another thing I would also not forget is the promise someone made to me of a car in Yola. It was during fuel scarcity, and we had no money. We kept performing on the way to get some money and finally arrived in Yola only to find that the man was not even in town.

We waited in Yola for three days for the man to come back. When he returned from his trip, we told him that we were there for the car. The man showed us one old land rover with neither engine nor tyres. In fact, only rats were occupying the car. And unfortunately, we have informed people at home that we were going to Yola to collect a car gift.

How old are you now?

I am over 60 because I was around 15 when Sardauna died. And I have spent not less than 48 years singing.

How do you see Hausa musicians today?

Hausa music has been pushed to the background unlike before. Is it that there are no lovers of Hausa music anymore? Today you see people dancing to songs played over cassettes while the people keep spraying. This disturbs me a lot. I hope things will change.

Are you still singing?

Yes, I am still singing. I still go to perform at the Lebanese club in Zaria on Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays.