Mr. Sexy is a Nigerian artist based in South Africa; with lots of passion for the art of music. He moved to South Africa in 2012 with the aim of polishing his gift. While in South Africa he has performed alongside known and up and coming acts.
X-Knights Entertainment ace artist and “Thank God For laptop” crooner have decided to raise the notch up a bit this year by putting together best hands to release the visuals to his freshest single “Ibadi Remix” featuring St. Seaba and Qwerty Hanky, the duo that blessed the song with their presence on it. Ibadi the remix was produced by C-Tea Beat and has been a song that changes mood of the party since released.
This sassy and beautifully shot “Ibadi Remix Video”, which is a follow up, was shot in Johanesburg, South Africa and directed by Yann BK for Jashughatt pictures.
Watch on Youtube: Ibadi Remix
Download Video: Ibadi Remix
The Black Silhouette Starring @jokesilva @ik_osakioduwa @FemiJACOBS Premieres Nationwide #TheBlackSilhouette
Joke Silva, Ivie Okujaye, Femi Jacobs & IK Osakioduwa cast in the movie; “The Black Silhouette” Premiering on Friday, 20th February, 2015
Charles Uwagbai’s multiple awards winning political drama; The Black Silhouette premieres this Friday, February 20th 2015, at Film House Cinemas, Leisure Mall Surulere, Lagos.
This anticipated movie features veteran and ageless Joke Silva, the vivacious and talented Ivie Okujaye, alongside Big Brother’s very own IK Osakioduwa, Femi Jacobs, Jude Orhorha, Grace Ofre, Chigozie Atuanya and Obi Madubogwu.
The Black Silhouette has earned Ivie Okujaye a BON Award for the Best Actress in a Leading Role and a GIAMA award for the Most Promising Actress. The Black Silhouette also won the BON Awards in the category of Best Child Actor.
Watch trailer here: TheBlackSilhouette on Youtube
It's almost election year and a ghetto brought up Senator, Maro Oti (Joke Silva) is about to make history as the first female Governor in Nigeria.
An internationally acclaimed Biographer requests he writes her memoir, but his excitement however starts to dwindle as Senator Maro's tale of her past (played by Ovie Okujaiye) reveals a life of sexual abuse from childhood, prostitution as a teenager and an unresolved murder.
The Black Silhouette would premiere at Film House Cinema, Leisure Mall, Surulere, Lagos and is scheduled to simultaneously debut at Silverbird Cinemas and Genesis Deluxe Cinema on Friday, 6th of March, 2015.
The Black Silhouette’s theatrical release is proudly brought to you by Do Media Limited, a content distribution company in Nigeria.
Posted by Bhadmus Habdulakeem
He or she misses out on you
You will miss out on real love
You will never get to know him or her
When you’re ready, it will be too late
You’ll eventually be unhappy
You won’t experience the real definition of adventure
You won’t learn anything new about yourself
“I’m not like other girls”
“I’m down to earth”
“I get along with guys more than girls”
“Most girls don’t share the same interests as me”
“I listen to everything”
“I hate liars”
“I’ve been told that I am intimidating”
“I’m tired of drama and/or games.”
“I work hard, but play harder”
“I am the best girlfriend when I am in a relationship”
1. You Don’t Have Any Free Time
2. You’re Now A Cynic
3. You’re Crazy Busy
4. Your Heart Isn’t In It
5. You Recently Went Through A Breakup
6. Your Excitement Disappeared
7. You Don’t Feel Fabulous
8. You’re A Negative Nancy
9. You’re Tired
Flowers, candy, red hearts and romance. That's what Valentine's day is all about, right? Well, maybe not.
The origin of this holiday for the expression of love really isn't romantic at all -- at least not in the traditional sense. Father Frank O'Gara of Whitefriars Street Church in Dublin, Ireland, tells the real story of the man behind the holiday -- St. Valentine.
"He was a Roman Priest at a time when there was an emperor called Claudias who persecuted the church at that particular time," Father O'Gara explains. " He also had an edict that prohibited the marriage of young people. This was based on the hypothesis that unmarried soldiers fought better than married soldiers because married soldiers might be afraid of what might happen to them or their wives or families if they died."
"I think we must bear in mind that it was a very permissive society in which Valentine lived," says Father O'Gara. "Polygamy would have been much more popular than just one woman and one man living together. And yet some of them seemed to be attracted to Christian faith. But obviously the church thought that marriage was very sacred between one man and one woman for their life and that it was to be encouraged. And so it immediately presented the problem to the Christian church of what to do about this."
"The idea of encouraging them to marry within the Christian church was what Valentine was about. And he secretly married them because of the edict."
Valentine was eventually caught, imprisoned and tortured for performing marriage ceremonies against command of Emperor Claudius the second. There are legends surrounding Valentine's actions while in prison.
"One of the men who was to judge him in line with the Roman law at the time was a man called Asterius, whose daughter was blind. He was supposed to have prayed with and healed the young girl with such astonishing effect that Asterius himself became Christian as a result."
In the year 269 AD, Valentine was sentenced to a three part execution of a beating, stoning, and finally decapitation all because of his stand for Christian marriage. The story goes that the last words he wrote were in a note to Asterius' daughter. He inspired today's romantic missives by signing it, "from your Valentine."
"What Valentine means to me as a priest," explains Father O'Gara, "is that there comes a time where you have to lay your life upon the line for what you believe. And with the power of the Holy Spirit we can do that -- even to the point of death."
Valentine's martyrdom has not gone unnoticed by the general public. In fact, Whitefriars Street Church is one of three churches that claim to house the remains of Valentine. Today, many people make the pilgrimage to the church to honor the courage and memory of this Christian saint.
"Valentine has come to be known as the patron saint of lovers. Before you enter into a Christian marriage you want some sense of God in your life -- some great need of God in your life. And we know, particularly in the modern world, many people are meeting God through his Son, Jesus Christ."
"If Valentine were here today, he would say to married couples that there comes a time where you're going to have to suffer. It's not going to be easy to maintain your commitment and your vows in marriage. Don't be surprised if the 'gushing' love that you have for someone changes to something less "gushing" but maybe much more mature. And the question is, is that young person ready for that?"
"So on the day of the marriage they have to take that into context," Father O'Gara says. "Love -- human love and sexuality is wonderful, and blessed by God -- but also the shadow of the cross. That's what Valentine means to me."