Artist to Watch: TUNJI ‘Towards the Future ft. Deacon the Villain’

Tunji Balogun

Nigerian-American Artist Tunji is a Ladybrille Artist to Watch. Tunji is known more as a blogger and record “label dude.” But, he is also blessed with the gift of music. He was in a group called Inverse and has now recorded his first solo record. His single ‘Towards the Future ft. Deacon the Villain’ we…

Fela! Broadway Musical Headed to London

FELA Musical

The nonprofit National Theater in London has announced it will undertake the production of the new broadway musical “Fela!” this November 2010. The National Theater typically produces its own plays, musicals and revivals. The Theater’s interest in Fela! is according to its leaders based on the fact that it is unlike anything now in London. They…

Kelly Rowland to Collaborate with African Artists for World Cup

Kelly Rowland

Grammy-winning R&B and pop superstar Kelly Rowland has confirmed her collaboration to sing  with Africa’s top artists in a single  titled ‘Everywhere You Go’, for AFRICA’s first 2010 FIFA World Cup. The confirmation came via South Africa’s respected music executive and woner of AS Entertainment, Anos Stella. African artists that will collaborate on the track include South…

Lami Phillips, Neo Soul, Afro-Pop Artist to Watch in 2010

Lami Phillips

Known for her stage presence and strong live performances, Lami Phillips is a Neo-Soul, Afro-pop singer and songwriter to watch in 2010. “Put me with a live band and I forget everything around me,” exclaims Lami to Ladybrille Magazine. “I love and live music. I love the spontaneity and the truth that comes from it….

Lami Phillips, Intuition Album Review


‘Intution’ by Lami Phillips is one of those rare albums that seem to just appear and you wonder, “where did this come from?” Sixteen tracks, solid production, strong lyrics, strong vocals with diverse styles ranging from hip-hop, spoken word, pop, soft rock and melodious ballads, it seems too good to be true, at least that…

Kevin Chuwang Wins Big Brother Africa Revolution, Bow Wow Performs

Kevin BBA

“I feel like Obama,” is how Kevin Chuwang described his feeling after he was pronounced winner of $200,000 Big Brother Africa Revolution Reality Show. The twenty seven year old entertainer who hails from Jos, Plateau State (Northern) Nigeria had 45% of the votes to win from across the African continent.