Kween is back with a new video
Kween is best remembered for her 2007 hit song, Jebele which earned her a Sound City Music Video Award for Best Female Video. After the win the singer relocated to the UK. She breaks out from her hiatus with her new single titled Gold Digger and a video to be released soon. The track was produced by Dil. The singer’s album titled Thy Kweendom Come is due at the end of the year.
Naija Sings’ 1st Season Winner, Jon Ogah New Video - All Night
Jon Ogah, the Naija Sing, Season 1 Winner is out with a new video titled All Night.
The video was shot in the US. Ogah became $100,000 richer last year over close contenders, Tarila and Thompson. His debut video titled Gbedu featured Storm record mate Sasha - although it seemed like he dropped off the radar, but he’s back on the scene again.
Uti’s New Single
Uti Nwachukwu, winner of the just concluded Big Brother Africa All-starEdition has dropped a new single titled Once in My Life ft M-Trill. “The single serves as a follow-up to his debut single Go Down which was released a few months out.”
According to Nwachukwu ‘It’s a deep song that’s different from the norm. The lyrics tell a true story of what transpired in the life of the young man. This is the Last Single for now. It’s a Rock/alternative single and its very deep and personal. I wrote the whole song apart from the rap (M-Trill). It is based on real life experiences. Yes! It happened to me. My best friends have betrayed me in the past and it hurts like hell so I poured some (pain) in this one.”
‘The Simpsons’ just got a blessing from the Vatican
The official Vatican newspaper has declared that beer-swilling, doughnut-loving Homer Simpson and son Bart are Catholics -- and what’s more, it says that parents should not be afraid to let their children watch ‘the adventures of the little guys in yellow’. “Few people know it, and he does everything to hide it. But it’s true: Homer J. Simpson is Catholic”, the Osservatore Romano newspaper said in an article on Sunday headlined ‘Homer and Bart are Catholics’. The newspaper cited a study by a Jesuit priest of a 2005 episode of the show called ‘The Father, the Son and the Holy Guest Star’. That study concludes that ‘The Simpsons’ is “among the few TV programmes for kids in which Christian faith, religion and questions about God are recurrent themes.”
The Simpsons pray before meals, and “in its own way, believes in the beyond,” the newspaper quoted the Jesuit study as saying. It’s the second time the animated U.S. TV series, which is broadcast in 90 countries, has been praised by the Vatican. But executive producer Al Jean told Entertainment Weekly on Monday he was in ‘shock and awe’ at the latest assertion, adding that the Simpsons attend the ‘Presbylutheran’ First Church of Springfield.
“We’ve pretty clearly shown that Homer is not Catholic,” Jean said. “I really don’t think he could go without eating meat on Fridays -- for even an hour.” In December 2009, the Osservatore Romano described the show as “tender and irreverent, scandalous and ironic, boisterous and profound, philosophical and sometimes even theological, nutty synthesis of pop culture and of the lukewarm and nihilistic American middle class.” ‘The Simpsons’, which introduced the catch-phrase ‘D’oh’, is the longest-running prime-time TV series in the United States and is now in its 22nd season.