Singer Myco Banks signed under Spartan Music Entertainment says he has always had a dream of being a Music icon since he was a young boy.
He started writing songs at an early age as he was still at school.
His talent made him get a deal at Spartan Music Entertainment where he has vowed to give his fans nonstop entertainment.
In an interview he said there is alot he has in store for music lovers, he released his new song called 'DJ Tuwe' which is hitting the waves now.
You can stream on Youtube and watch or download this video at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5L3nZ5beTyg
He added that his song goes out to all Ugandan Deejays and pointed DJ Shiru as his number one who earlier on realesed a song with Vinka.
last year’s movie took over $1 billion at the global box office, it’s
not entirely surprising to now hear that an Aladdin sequel has been made
First reported by Variety, Disney has greenlit this follow-up – which will be based on a story by Flight’s John Gatnis and Straight Outta Compton’s Andrea Berloff.
Despite previous rumblings, this Aladdin sequel will not be any form of adaptation of the animated Return of Jafar.
Instead, producer Dan Lin has spent the past six months of so trying to
put together a satisfactory premise for the movie. And that’s where
Gatnis and Berloff have come in.
Director Guy Ritchie and stars Will Smith, Mena Massoud, and Naomi Scott are not contracted to return for any such Aladdin 2, although the belief is that the pow...
African-American singer Janelle Monae opened the 92nd Academy Awards with a performance in Los Angeles, United States Sunday.
Her appearance was viewed as a statement about the lack of women nominated in the directing category, and her personal pride.
“Les Misérables” was nominated for Best International Film, but did
not win. Its director was proud to be at Films biggest event.
“For me, this film is a film that is important, that must exist and
be seen. Thanks to the Oscars, the Cannes Film Festival and Thierry
Fremaux. I use this opportunity to celebrate it. The film has been seen
and sold all over the world. It shows a universal message that speaks to
an enormous number of people, and more importantly, people hear that
message and if we can move the lines, all the better...
It’s been 39 years since Jamaica and the world said their final
goodbye to the “king of reggae”, and still, to this day, Bob Marley is
regarded as the most prolific, most successful and most influential
reggae musician of all time.
Marley made timeless music, and built a legacy that has
transcended generations and inspired all reggae artists that came after
Robert Nesta Marley got his start in music in Trench Town,
Kingston, as part of the musical trio, “The Wailers”, alongside Bunny
Wailer and Peter Tosh. In 1964, the group had their first taste of local
success when their single “Simmer Down” became the year’s number one
hit song, selling an estimated 70,000 copies. By this time, Jamaica’s
popular music scene was changing, from ska and rocksteady to a n...