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23 Apr 2009

Sneak Peek - Tee Loye

He started out listening to music such as baby kilode and Billy Jean then he joined the choir in his local church and here he is today about to drop an album. The video shoot for his latest single takes place this Saturday at 3 Cromwell Road in South Kensington from 10am to 4pm. You are welcome to join him and be a part of it but here I present to you Tee Loye in his words.

Who is Tee Loye in a few words?
Tee Loye is a UK based Naija Afropop R&B artist . Real name Victor Babatunde Loye, he grew up in city of Ibadan and started his music career as young as the age of 7.


What would you say the genre of your music is?
Afropop/R & B

What inspires your lyrics and beats?
Personal life experience and the life of other artists all over the world

Where would you like to see your music in the next 3 years?
To reach many nations.

What are the 3 most played songs on your iPod?

"Karmal Fire" by Tee Loye, Strong and Mighty by Dat nigger raw and Sexual seduction by Snoop Dog

When does your single hit the radio waves?
2nd of May 2009


Coming soon, "Karmal Fire". Listen to it here first. Safe!


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21 Apr 2009

BTOK Mr Osbond Bday Bash

One of the brains behind BTOK Entertainment a London based recording label specialising in showcasing Nigerian musical talents will be partying this weekend marking his birthday.

Join the celebration at The T. Bar, 35 Camberwell Road London SE5 0EZ. DJs to thrill you on the night are DJ ADE & CO. Be sure to party with musical heavy weights such as 9ice supported by Lord Of Ajasa, Cabbasafull House Crew (FHC), DJ Bombastic of Star FM 101.5 and many more. Smart and sexy is the theme of the night and be ready to dazzle. For more info reach Btok Bt on 07852966463 or Btok Ify 07951370832.

Scoops may just be there to add some spice...watch out!

20 Apr 2009

Failed My First Task

...And I hold my hands up. I was meant to go cover the Sauce kid event but I let other things overtake me. I feel so rotten but I'll make it up to you. There are a few things lined up that Scoops will be bringing your way like the video shoot of one of Magic Entertainment acts and an interview with a London based actress who will premier her own movie soon.

As usual ScoopsNija is the spot for current entertainment news. Keep reading and God bless.

16 Apr 2009

Lifting The Curtains on One of Nigeria's Foremost Designers

Familusi Akin Babs is a renowned Designer, Stylist and Image Consultant who was not only nominated but also won the prestigious Designer of the year award at the Mode Men awards in 2008. Scoops caught up with FAB who is the CEO of Exclamation Couture and currently taking appointments in the UK for bespoke suits. The Designer who specialises in ties, shirts and suits has this to say; 

> If you were stuck on a desert what 3 things will you take with you.

Firstly, taking three things would ideally mean I had been forewarned and it was something I was looking forward to. I would take my bible, clothes consisting of cotton that breathes for underclothes because of the heat experienced in the day time and a cashmere blend for a suit plus good pair of leather shoes to protect myself from the possibly harsh weather at night and lastly a fully charged contract mobile phone that will ensure that I can reach the necessary authorities and rescue team when my time-out in the desert does expire!

> Where and how do you source your materials?

I source fabric from the UK, Italy and sometimes Asia 

> Where would you like to see your work in the next 3 years?

In major stores worldwide in ready-to-wear forms. On same runway as Tom Ford and (or) Ozwald Boateng.

> What is the most expensive piece of clothing you designed and who bought it?

A Silver English Damask Tuxedo jacket, with a shawl collar that was auctioned in Washington DC for charity. An upcoming actor bought it.

> Three things you’d say to upcoming Designers

  1. Identify your strengths as a designer and enhance these.
  2. It is not a walk in the park, you need the passion to continuously propel you.
  3. Create an identity for yourself and stick with it.

> If you were a material what would you be and why?

I would be tweed, I am as complicated as its weave!


Scoops will be bringing you more info on FAB and any other fashion related gist plus much more. Thanks for reading

15 Apr 2009

Yebariba Samboribobo Crooner Storms UK

Yea, you read right. Sauce Kid storms London this 17th of April weekend, performing his hot tracks at Club Da Boss located at 116 - 118 Woolwich High Street, SE18 6DS.

Tickets are available at the door for £10 for ladies and gentlemen pay £15. This is his first UK performance and must not be missed. Stay glued to this space for more news on Sauce Kid.

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