Following the success of Wasted with a collaborative effort from Tillion, Shayzar also Chinazar displays music finesse and versatility with this new single OWEY. The song presents a fine blend of EDM and an Afrocentric Dancehall rhythm. Download and enjoy this beautiful piece of art.
Flex B – Welcome to Lagos – Nwaginy Boy “Flex B” the Umbele cronner unleashed a new single titled “Welcome to lagos” Cop your below… List, Enjoy & Share!!!
Just as he promised few weeks back, AAR boss 9ice teams up with Davido on his club banger remix ‘Living Things‘.
This joint is definitely yet another banger from the legend himself with the rave of the moment Davido killing it on this one listen up and enjoy!
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YWN RECORDS Introducing New Sign-in Finest Indegenous Rapper Sanni Musiliu Ifekunle (SMIK) who was born in MAY 5 1997, SMIK was born and brought up in Nigeria, oke-odan Yewa South Local Government Ogun State Nigeria. SMIK dropped his first ever single in 2010 tittle IGBORO which has disturb many blogs he has also dropped many tracks since then,ELEDAMI is one of his track which is having massive air play on radios now. SMIK want the best music for his fans allover here comes the new single dropped under the umbrella of YWN nation this hit is a club banger for all naija DJs (WIRE)is a hope song for all young hustlers .seat back and download, listen and give a good comment
download video: Real Madrid 3 – 0 Atletico Madrid [Champions League] Highlights 2016/17
A second derby hat-trick this season saw Cristiano Ronaldo give Real Madrid a 3-0 win over Atletico in the Champions League semi-final.
Cristiano Ronaldo once again proved himself to be the man for the big occasion as his hat-trick gave holders Real Madrid a commanding 3-0 advantage in their Champions League semi-final against city rivals Atletico Madrid.
The four-time Ballon d’Or winner has seemingly saved his best for Europe’s premier competition this season, scoring five of Madrid’s six goals in their pulsating quarter-final triumph over Bayern Munich, and he headed the opener after 10 minutes at a raucous Santiago Bernabeu.
Madrid’s fans unveiled a huge banner celebrating the 2014 and 2016 final triumphs over their neighbours before kick-off and Ronaldo ensured the knife-edge tension of those extra-time and penalty shootout wins would be removed from this tie.
The contest fell into a familiarly fractious and cagey rhythm after the interval, but Madrid’s talisman intervened to render the last European match at the Vicente Calderon a formality.
Ronaldo rifled an unstoppable shot into the top corner in the 73rd minute and claimed the matchball four minutes from time, meaning a grim catalogue of misery in this European fixture continued for Diego Simeone’s side.
The hosts should have led in the seventh minute. Right-back Dani Carvajal exchanged passes with Isco and darted into the box, forcing a save from Jan Oblak before Karim Benzema was unable to turn in from close range.
It mattered little as Madrid made short work of Atletico’s famously misery rearguard soon afterwards.
Sergio Ramos’ initial cross was cleared by Diego Godin, but Casemiro clattered the loose ball into the turf and back towards the six-yard box, where Ronaldo stole in front of Stefan Savic to head home.
Atletico were rattled and needed a fine save from Oblak in the 16th minute after Raphael Varane glanced Toni Kroos’ corner low to the goalkeeper’s left.
Oblak’s opposite number Keylor Navas was out sharply to thwart Kevin Gameiro, with the Atletico forward’s attempt to round him lacking conviction.
Madrid continued to make most of the running – Benzema hooking an overhead kick beyond the crossbar in the 29th minute after Ronaldo tormented Atletico’s makeshift right-back Lucas Hernandez to send in the cross.
Carvajal brought down Yannick Carrasco at the other end, giving Antoine Griezmann the opportunity to flight a wonderful free-kick into the Madrid box that a stretching Godin volleyed over.
A highly satisfactory half for Madrid ended with a couple of their players in the wars – Casemiro left with a bloodied lip after defending a 40th-minute corner before Carvajal limped off with an apparent hamstring injury in stoppage time.
The second half resumed at an undulating pace, with Isco and Saul Niguez earning bookings for clumsy fouls on Hernandez and Carvajal’s replacement Nacho respectively, but both team struggled for precision with the final ball as the occasion began to weigh heavily.
Isco was a touch fortunate to escape a second booking when he caught Koke late – an argument Atletico boss Simeone made in animated fashion on the touchline – and Zinedine Zidane responded by sending on Marco Asensio in place of the Spain playmaker.
It was a change that married itself to growing tension inside the Bernabeu until Ronaldo took it upon himself to expel the anxiety.
Benzema did well to hold up a Marcelo cross, but Ronaldo still had plenty to do with a bouncing ball and Filipe Luis in close attendance.
Unsigned Art, Orex & Tpops Smallz releases the much anticipated Extended Play dubbed “This Life”. Off There coming EP Album ” #RoadToStardom “
The new wave THIS LIFE was produced by ExtraOrdinary Producer MyStyles Beat.
Swagman on deck Tomi Thomas & King Mufasa link up for new vibe JJC.
Toofan teams up with Patoranking on this track titled Ma Girl
Solomon Prosper Ifeanyichukwu Aka Molazzi a Super Aspiring talent about waving the industry the 18 years old Singer/backup artist Started in the church when he was 7 and has won Numerous awards and Significantly a Rap competition held in Unilag Hosted by MTN in 2015.
“All my life” is a Very addictive jam which would get you All Stacked up with this Jam for a long time…Molazzi featured the All talented Rapper Ricci Milli who added His Unique tune to This jam.. here is a dope sound he got for us all Download & Enjoy
Manchester United suffered a big blow to their top-four hopes as Swansea City held them to yet another draw at Old Trafford.
Gylfi Sigurdsson cancelled out a controversial Wayne Rooney penalty to secure a 1-1 draw for Swansea City at Old Trafford that damages Manchester United’s top-four ambitions.
Rooney swept home from the spot moments before half-time after Marcus Rashford had gone to ground under almost no contract from Lukasz Fabianski, but Swansea’s set-piece maestro stole a point that could wreck the hosts’ hopes of qualifying for the Champions League through domestic competition.
United also saw Luke Shaw and Eric Bailly added to their already lengthy injury list just four days ahead of their Europa League semi-final first leg against Celta Vigo.
Swansea, who are now just two points adrift of safety in 18th place, looked the brighter of the teams for much of the first half but chances were limited before the penalty incident in stoppage time.
Jose Mourinho was without injured trio Paul Pogba, Chris Smalling and Phil Jones and Shaw and Bailly were forced off in either half to compound their concerns ahead of a crucial run of fixtures that includes trips to Arsenal and Tottenham alongside that European semi-final.
United looked likely to hold onto the three points regardless but Sigurdsson’s stunning free-kick snatched a draw for the visitors to deny Mourinho’s men the chance to move into the top four.
A Pedro stunner sent Chelsea on their way to an impressive 3-0 win at Everton as Antonio Conte’s men passed arguably their last major test to take a huge step towards winning the Premier League.
Chelsea moved seven points clear of second-place Tottenham – who host Arsenal later on Sunday – and are left with four relatively straightforward fixtures against Middlesbrough, West Brom, Watford and already-relegated Sunderland, three of which are at home.
The early exchanges were frantic and both sides went close to breaking the deadlock – Dominic Calvert-Lewin hitting the upright for Everton, before the lively Eden Hazard agonisingly missed the target.
After an open first half Chelsea became more dominant in midfield following the interval, eventually breaking Everton’s resolve through a moment of genius from Pedro 24 minutes from time.
A fortuitous Gary Cahill effort and a well-worked goal from substitute Willian followed towards the end as Chelsea rounded off an emphatic second-half performance, though the loss of David Luiz to what appeared to be a groin injury may provide cause for concern.
The result damages the hopes of closest challengers Spurs, who still have to face West Ham, Manchester United, Leicester City and Hull City after this weekend.
Everton’s start at Goodison Park gave every indication that Chelsea were not going to have everything their own way.
With just over a minute gone, Ross Barkley played Calvert-Lewin into the left side of the area and the youngster drilled against the post.
Chelsea stepped things up soon after, though, and went very close in the 11th minute.
Diego Costa charged forward on the break and released Hazard in behind, but he could only find the side-netting after skipping past Maarten Stekelenburg.
The respective defences were continuously second best and Romelu Lukaku – linked with an end-of-season return to Chelsea – highlighted that when shrugging off David Luiz and firing just wide of the left-hand post from 25 yards.
And Costa was similarly dominant a few moments later, nudging Phil Jagielka before inexplicably slicing a volley well over from 10 yards.
Proceedings calmed a little towards the end of the half, but Everton still managed to spurn another chance. Enner Valencia got inside Cahill and crossed to Lukaku, who somehow failed to connect with it.
Chelsea were more purposeful at the start of the second half and they very nearly made the most of that when Victor Moses dragged a good effort narrowly wide of the left-hand post following a well-worked corner.
Everton remained a threat and Lukaku did well just after the hour mark, cutting in from the right, beating two men and then getting a shot away, but a deflection made it easy for Thibaut Courtois.
Chelsea finally produced the moment that their season has deserved, as Pedro was afford space 25 yards from goal and he lashed an unstoppable left-footed drive into the top-left corner.
Any chance of an Everton turnaround was essentially put to bed 13 minutes later. Hazard lashed a low free-kick into the danger zone from the left flank and Stekelenburg parried it on to Cahill, who did enough to nudge the ball over the line.
Willian had not even been on two minutes before wrapping things, burying fellow substitute Cesc Fabregas’ inch-perfect cutback to cap off a flowing move to bring the title closer.
Manchester City snatched a 2-2 draw against Middlesbrough after Gabriel Jesus scored a late equaliser at the Riverside Stadium.
Gabriel Jesus scored a dramatic late equaliser to salvage a 2-2 draw for Manchester City at Middlesbrough and put a further dent in the Teessiders’ slim hopes of avoiding relegation from the Premier League.
Fourth-placed City had the chance to go three points clear of local rivals Manchester United, who drew 1-1 with Swansea City earlier on Sunday, but Pep Guardiola’s side were somewhat fortunate to emerge from a closely contested game with a share of the points.
The visitors unsurprisingly had a stranglehold on possession at a sunny Riverside Stadium, but they came up against a well-organised Middlesbrough team who impressed as much with their fast breaks as with their resolute defending.
And Steve Agnew’s men had a deserved lead when Alvaro Negredo scored against his old club in the 38th-minute, firing home his ninth goal of the season to equal his goal tally as a City player in the 2013-14 season.
Sergio Aguero, who limped off late in the match, scored a controversial penalty to haul City level after Marten de Roon was harshly judged to have fouled Leroy Sane in the penalty area, but Calum Chambers pounced on a loose ball in a goalmouth scramble in the 77th minute to restore Boro’s lead.
But with the Riverside faithful preparing to celebrate a priceless win, Jesus headed Aguero’s cross into the net to earn his side a point towards their push for a top-four finish, while Boro are six points adrift of safety with just three games to play.
Real Madrid put the pressure back on Barcelona in LaLiga with a dramatic 2-1 victory over Valencia on Saturday.
Marcelo proved the unlikely hero as Real Madrid snatched a dramatic 2-1 win over Valencia at Santiago Bernabeu on Saturday.The full-back fired home with four minutes of normal time remaining after Dani Parejo had cancelled out Cristiano Ronaldo’s 20th LaLiga goal of the season.
The result puts Madrid back to the top of the table, three points above champions Barcelona ahead of their derby match with Espanyol later on Saturday.
Zinedine Zidane’s side were beaten 2-1 in the reverse fixture at Mestalla in February and almost found themselves a goal down inside the first minute, with Santi Mina hitting the post from inside the area.
Madrid began to settle and Ronaldo turned the ball in from Dani Carvajal’s cross midway through the first half – his first goal in the top flight since March 12.
The home side missed chances to double their lead, with Ronaldo seeing a spot-kick saved by Diego Alves for the third time in four attempts, and their profligacy was punished eight minutes from time as Parejo swept in a sublime free-kick.
But Marcelo’s brilliant solo goal salvaged a second win in a row since Madrid’s Clasico defeat and ensured that the title race remains firmly in their hands.
Music is the food of the soul and Di’ja perfectly reiterates this in this happy, playful mid tempo tune titled “Wan Chop”. She describes her music and style in culinary metaphors and then makes a global invite to her fans across the world to come have a taste of her music, style and personality.
“Wan Chop” surfaces from Mavin finest princess
“Di’ja”. This is another catchy tune for lovers of good music.
It’s my duty to feed my baby, oya kon chop, Bobo odun opoju, telemi baby opoju, sebi you get my number. if i serve it very hot, i put caramel, vanilla on top, You look like you wan chop. He said this is amazing and Tantalizing..
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