Veteran talented musician Faze returns with a brand new single titled “Peace Anthem”.
Peace Anthem by Faze Orji released under Independent Entertainment, produced by I am Niyi-P talks about Peace and Love All over Nigeria (Naija).
‘ARISE O COMPATRIOTS “PEACE ANTHEM” The way Forward, we can make it work together. God protect and bless our country NIGERIA. Happy New Month‘ – Faze Orji
This new record is a follow up single to Faze previous 2020 singles; ‘Enemy Best Friend‘ and ‘Lovina‘. It’s a song that calls for Peace, Harmony and Unity, A One Nigeria without Tribalism and Killings. Fazee says we can make Nigeria great again by gathering the broken pieces and working together as One.
The singer sings;
What are we fighting for, Why? Why are we killing each other, for What? Let’s make Nigeria a Better Place Free all minds from Hate, Make we eat from same one Plate Stop the Tribalism, Yoruba, Hausa and Igbo we need peace…
Sensational singer, Burna Boy, Tiwa Savage Rema, and other prominent acts have been nominated at the 2020 MOBO awards.
The 2020 Music of Black Origin (MOBO) Awards is scheduled to hold online on Wednesday, December 9, via YouTube from 7 PM GMT, while the main broadcast will go out on BBC One at 10.45 PM GMT. Burna Boy and Rema were nominated in the Best International Act category amongst the likes of Pop Smoke, Megan The Stalli0n, Drake, Koffee, Popcaan, Roddy Ricch, H.E.R, Summer Walker, Lil Baby, and Shenseea.
Burna Boy, Rema, were also nominated alongside Wizkid, Davido, Fireboy DML, Adekunle Gold, and Tiwa Savage in the Best African Act Category. Tiwa Savage, Ms Banks, and other acts will be performing at the 90-minute online ceremony.
MOBO Founder, Kanya King, said: “Recognising the unique role the MOBO Awards plays for so many, and the challenging year we find ourselves in, it is now more important than ever to be there and to continue the rich history of showcasing the very best of Black music and culture. We are proud to partner with YouTube and the BBC to bring this year’s celebration to millions of music fans, and continue to uplift creative voices here in the UK and around the world. A special thanks to Arts Council England, ISAW IT First and Accenture for supporting us on this journey – we see you!”
The full list of nominations is as follows:
Best Male Act
Headie One J Hus Stormzy Nines AJ Tracey Young T & Bugsey
Best Female Act (In Association With ISAWITFIRST)
Lianne La Havas Ms Banks Tiana Major9 Mahalia Darkoo FKA Twigs
Album Of The Year
J Hus – ‘Big Conspiracy’ Stormzy – ‘Heavy Is The Head’ Mahalia – ‘Love And Compromise’ Nines – ‘Crabs In A Bucket’ Lianne La Havas – ‘Lianne La Havas’
Song Of The Year
Young T & Bugsey featuring Headie One – ‘Don’t Rush’ Digga D – ‘Woi’ Darkoo featuring Once Acen – ‘Gangsta’ Tion Wayne featuring Stormzy and Dutchavelli – ‘I Dunno’ Abra Cadabra – ‘On Deck’
Best Newcomer (In Association With Arts Council England)
Aitch Alicai Harley Darkoo Dutchavelli Ivorian Doll M1llionz Miraa May Pa Salieu Shaybo Tiana Major9 M Huncho Loski
WSTRN Tiana Major9 Michael Kiwanuka Mahalia Lianne La Havas
Best Hip Hop Act
J Hus Nines Ms Banks D-Block Europe Krept & Konan Potter Payper
Best Grime Act
Ghetts P Money Manga Saingt Hilare Capo Lee JME
Best International Act
Burna Boy Drake Koffee Megan Thee Stallion Pop Smoke Popcaan Roddy Ricch Rema Shenseea Summer Walker H.E.R Lil Baby
Best Performance In A TV Show/Flm
Kane Robinson as Scully – Top Boy Michaela Coel as Arabella – I May Destroy You Ncuti Gatwa as Eric Effiong – Sex Education Jessica Plummer as Chantelle – EastEnders Micheal Ward as Marco – Blue Story Damson Idris as Franklin Saint – Snowfall
Best Album (2017-2019)
Dave – ‘Psychodrama’ Kano – ‘Hoodies All Summer’ Ella Mai – ‘Ella Mai’ Skepta – ‘Ignorance is Bliss’ Nines – ‘Crop Circle’ Little Simz – ‘Grey Area’
Best African Act (In Association With Afrozons)
Burna Boy Tiwa Savage Davido Fireboy DML Rema Master KG Adekunle Gold NSG Afro B Wizkid Stonebwoy Shatta Wale
Best Reggae Act
Popcaan Koffee Lila Ike Buju Banton Protoje
Jae5 808 Melo Sir Spyro TSB Steel Banglez M1onthebeat
Lyta makes his way back to our heart with this brand new Shabalistica (Killertunes) produced song – -“Everybody”.
Marlian Music hot kid Lyta drops a new single titled “Everybody” which relates to life and pleasing society, no matter what you do you can’t satisfy everyone.
Lawal Opeyemi Raimi popularly known by his stage name L-Y-T-A is a Nigerian singer and songwriter. He signed a record deal with YBNL Nation in 2018 but left the label in May 2019. In 2019, Lyta left YBNL Nation, signed a pushing deal with Doro Musik Gang and released the Killer Tunes-produced hit track “Monalisa” on 12 July 2019. Few weeks after the release of “Monalisa”, Davido reached out to Lyta for a possible remix of the buzzing song. Following their agreement, Davido flew Lyta down to Dakar for the remix and video shoot of “Monalisa” which was later released in August, 2019.
The accompanying music video for the remix was directed by Director K, the Remix went further than the original song and gave Lyta more exposure. Later same year he released the Afrobeat track “Worry” also produced by Killertunes.
So far this year 2020 L Y T A has been on the low, we had from him only in the month of May when he released a track for the Islamic fasting period titled “Ramadan” and also “Birthday Wish” later same day to celebrate his Birthday and share his feelings. Months back he got in the News with reports of welcoming his first child and not long after that his recent signing into Marlian Music with Marlian President Naira Marley, done in Naira’s Bedroom made him went viral on social media (Check Here).
Today November 20, 2020 Lyta release a fresh banger “Everybody” a follow up single to his first under his new home entitled Hold Me Down (Omo Gidi).