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GRAMMY Awards: Three Unforgettable Moments In Rock

By Maura O’Malley The 60th Annual GRAMMY Awards are approaching, and we’re gearing up for Music’s Biggest Night by looking back on some of the biggest moments in the history of the GRAMMY Awards. Check Out All of Our Coverage of Music’s Biggest Night Here
Over the years, there have been some incredible moments on the GRAMMY stage. So we have picked three of our favorite unforgettable moments in rock history from the GRAMMY Awards. Relive the magic by watching these clips below: 3. Metallica’s first-ever GRAMMY performance – 1989 While Metallica never disappoints, the band’s first GRAMMY performance deserves some cred as one of their finest. The gunshots and fireworks give life to the wartime lyrics of “One.” Check out Metallica’s “One” as performed at The GRAMMYs 2. Lady Gaga joins Metallica to perform “Moth Into Flame” – 2017 Okay, we already covered Metallica, but … Metallica. Despite the fact that James Hetfield’s mic went out, the duet was fire, making this one of the highlights of th…

minem, Dr. Dre & Mike Will Made-It Hit the Studio Together

Eminem and Dr Dre attend the 53rd Annual Grammy Awards held at Staples Center on Feb. 13, 2011 in Los Angeles.

In a clash of old school and new school, Eminem hit the studio Sunday night with Mike Will Made-It and longtime collaborator and legend Dr. Dre. While there are no snippets of the actual music that came from the session, Mike Will Made-it teas

African Development Bank to Increase Nigeria Loans by $2 Billion

The African Development Bank plans to increase its loans to Nigeria by more than $2 billion next year with investments in energy, infrastructure and agriculture, its President Akinwumi Adesina said.

“The total portfolio we have in Nigeria is $6 billion,” Adesina said in a Jan. 18 interview in Abuja, the capital. “We expect that by the year 2019, we will grow that into a little bit over $8 billion.”

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The Abidjan, Ivory Coast-based, lender will pump more than $800 million into Nigeria this year, most of which will fund investments in power. Among them is a $250 million support to revamp power-transmission lines and electricity sub-stations as well as fund a $200 million solar power project in Jigawa state in the north, Adesina said. The $400 million balance from a $1 billion loan for budget support will be disbursed directly to industries identified by the government after projects have been vetted by the bank, he said.

Africa’s most…

Nigeria Celebrates Famous Yoruba Actor In His Corper Unifom

Nollywood actor cum producer and C.E.O of Owolabi Films, Owolabi Ajasa, has proven that age is not a barrier for those that still wants to go to school.

The actor got many talking when he shared photo of himself in camp with other youths who are currently observing their National Youths Service in Kogi state.

Not many were in the know that the actor had returned to school but it is indeed very emotional seeing the actor push himself further academically.

He took to social media to thank God for giving him the opportunity to achieve what he has always planned for which finally came to pass. “Tank God... I achieved My aim.. Glory be to God.. Kogi NYSC orientation camp.”

Apple will pay about $38bn (£27.3bn) in tax on the roughly $250bn cash pile it holds outside the US following recent changes to American tax rules.

Chief executive Tim Cook said Apple is "focusing our investments in areas where we can have a direct impact on job creation".

Apple employs about 84,000 people in the US and expects to spend $55bn with domestic suppliers and manufacturers this year. Paradise Papers: Apple's secret tax bolthole revealedApple investors urge action on 'smartphone addiction' The company has data centres in seven states. On Wednesday, it broke ground on an expansion of its operations in Reno, Nevada. It plans to spend more than $10bn on data centres over five years, as part of a $30bn capital spending plan for the US. The location of Apple's new campus, which will house technical support staff, will be announced later in 2018. Apple had earlier said it planned $16bn in capital expenditures in 2018, up from about $15bn in the prior year. Tax changes Apple is the latest company to promote plans to invest in America following the overhaul of the US tax code. The changes cut the corpor…

th Korea crisis: South to continue talks with 'clear eyes

South Korea says it will continue high-level talks with North Korea with "clear eyes" amid global warnings that Pyongyang might be playing for time to continue its nuclear-arms programme. "We have to make the most" of the opportunity, South Korean Foreign Minister Kang Kyung-wha told the BBC. The two Koreas earlier agreed to march under a "unified Korea" flag at next month's Winter Olympics in the South. The talks come as the US and its allies vowed to keep pressure on the North. On Wednesday US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said sanctions were "really starting to hurt", expressing confidence that the pressure would eventually force the North to the negotiating table over its nuclear and ballistic missile programmes. Also on Wednesday, Japanese Foreign Minister Taro Kono said the world should not be blinded by Pyongyang's recent "charm offensive". "It is not the time to ease pressure or to reward North Korea," Mr …

Onyeka Onwenu Sued Iroking...

Legendary Nigerian singer, Onyeka Onwenu, has sued IROKING, a music and movie distributor, over violation of her copyright.

It was reported that Onyeka was at the Lagos High Court on Monday, where her N205 million suit against Iroking was heard. The veteran singer had earlier publicised her intention take legal actions over the alleged copyright infringement issue which she described as “massive violation of my musical copyright dues and the illegal exploitation of my intellectual property.”

She said,

“For years, Iroking profited from the sale of my music, even after a two-year contract it signed with me had elapsed. For years, also, they denied that they were doing so, they denied that they had made any profits from their illegal exploits.

“When they were caught in the lie, they wanted to settle but refused to show up for meetings. Iroking as a company is arrogant and has no regard for the people, artistes whose works and labor have made them successful.

“We are therefore suing to make a …

Davido's producer, Kiddominat apologizes to Soundcity following his Twitter rant for not winning the 'Producer of the year' award

Last weekend, Kiddominat, the producer behind Davido's monster hit single 'IF' lost the 'Producer of the year' award to Young John at the Soundcity MVP Awards.

He wasn't happy about it and went on a Twitter rant to call out the award organisers. Now he's swallowed his pride and gave a lenghty apology to Soundcity saying, 'I, 'Kiddominat' would love to use this opportunity to offer my Profound Apologies to the Organisers of the SoundCity MVP Awards Festival and To my Loyal Fans for my Angry Outbursts and the bad choice of words that I used against the MVPs festival'.

He goes on to say, 'those words does not reflect my true personality and I am deeply sorry and I hope and pray that my Fans and the entire management of  Consolidated Media Associates the Organisers of the SoundCity MVP would accept my apologies. We live and we Learn'.
"I want to congratulate all my fellow nominees and the winner of that category and also specially t…

A one-time corp member reveals the Profitable business that made him 30x In 2017 & how you can also get started

Hello friend,
My name is Seyi Adeleke, I was once a corp member but now the CEO of a multi-millionaire company (AppClick Technology, registered with Corporate Affairs Commission).
What you’re about to read will transform your life forever. Drop everything you’re doing right now, read this short article with rapt attention and take action if you want to scale up and add to your source of income in 2018.
Right from my service year, I was so bothered and concerned about how to secure a job in this dwindling economy. This prompted me to make a dangerous decision that “I will never work for anyone; I’ll create my own business and be an employer of labour”. This made me to think out of the box and I thank God I was able to achieve my goals and turned my #19,800 allawee to 7-figures Business Empire.
While others were jumping into MMM and other Ponzi schemes, I was busy creating a solid business that completely transformed my life from a mere corp member to CEO.
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“I will sing till I’m 80” - Nigerian singer, Asa

She's just 35 years old now, guess the world will still enjoy her vocal power-house for another 45-years❌

Nino Idibia, 2face's First Son, Celebrates His 12th Birthday Yesterday

Legendary Nigerian singer, 2Baba's first son, Nino Idibia is 12-years today, 15th January. His mum, Sunmbo Adeoye took to her Instagram to celebarte him writing;
"Happy Birthday my adorable Prince Charming. I Love you soooooo much.
Thank you for inspiring my parenting skills.
You are indeed a blessing. May God continue to uphold you son for greater exploits. 
Mummy Loves You BIG ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️ My Ninofabulous is 12 �������� #Ninofabulous � "
She continued;
"Happy 12th birthday To my multi-talented and best behaved son.❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️ #ninofabulous #BallisLife #ChessMaster #Saxophonist #SoccerPlayer #BestBehavedBoy"

rock star Dolores O'Riordan found dead in a London hotel room

Irish rock star and the Cranberries lead singer, Dolores O'Riordan, has died suddenly at the age of 46. Her publicist confirmed the sad news, saying that Irish rock star, who has recently been performing with a band called D.A.R.K, died in London where she had been recording. Her publicist did not reveal details on how she died, only saying it was 'sudden' and that her family is 'devastated'.

But Met Police told MailOnline that O'Riordan was found dead on Monday in a room of the Hilton London in Park Lane at 9.05am, and that the death was being treated as 'unexplained'. In a report by TMZ, it was revealed that Dolores tried taking her life by OD'ing back in 2013, saying she had suffered from depression and ultimately a mental breakdown. She was also diagnosed with bipolar disorder. Dolores said she believed some of her emotional problems emanated from being abused as a child