BANSE ADVICE 2017

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Write by Terry Tha Rapman

#BANS ADVICE FOR 2017
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1. ON EARNING:
Never depend on single income. Make investment to
create multiple income sources.
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2. ON SPENDING:
If you buy things you do not need, soon you will have to sell things you need.
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3. ON SAVINGS:
Do not save what is left after spending, but spend what is left after saving.
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4. ON TAKING RISK:
Never test the depth of a river with both feet.
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5. ON INVESTMENT:
Do not put all your eggs in one basket.
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6. ON EXPECTATIONS:
Honesty is a very expensive gift. Do not expect it from cheap people or those without proof of having succeeded
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7. Past is a waste paper, present is a newspaper, and future is a question paper. Come out of your past, control the present, and secure the future.
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8. When bad things happen in your life, you have three choices. You can let it define you, let it destroy you or you can let it strengthen you.
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9. Our eyes are in the front because it is more important to look ahead than to look backwards.
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10. We use pencil when we were young, but now we use pens. Do you know why? Because mistakes in childhood can easily be erased, unlike now. Make wise decisions and choices.
Wish you a prosperous 2017.

BANS ADVICE 2017

Press Release: SoundcheckEntertainment Nigeria Unveils Artist &Project | @soundcheckentng


Soundcheck Entertainment is a record

label & management outfit established

on the 13th Nov. 2011, owned and

managed by Terver Adawa aka Treep.

The outfit was officially launched on

the 19th december 2015. Before the

launch the entertainment company

officially signed six artistes namely:

Da’mayor (Zamani), El-Tee, Jay Storm,

Solace, Ice Beats & Savito.

VISSION

The entertainment is aimed at taking

the youths off the streets through

music.

PROJECT

To announce their presence in the

music scene, Soundcheck

Entertainment plans to make history

by dropping a joint Audio & Visual

album. This is on heard of anywhere

in the country. This is massive & its

taking place this December live in

Makurdi, Benue State Nigeria.

More details of the Album and singles

from the album will be coming your

way soon.

Follow Soundcheck Entertainment

Nigeria on Facebook & on Twitter for

further updates!! @soundcheckentng

NIGERIA MUSIC STAR IYANYA FINALLY SIGNED TO MAVIN’S RECORD

IYANYA SIGNED TO MAVIN'S RECORD

Don jazzy & Iyanya

Iyanya becomes first big star to join competing label. And he wasted no time to drop his first single under Mavin Records. 

The new single is titled ‘Up To Something’ featuring Don Jazzy and Dr Sid.
Nigerians on Monday, October 31, 2016 woke up to the news of Iyanya finally dumping his co-owned MMMG label to sign up with the Don Jazzy-led Mavin Records.
Following the announcement of the new partnership, Iyanya wasted no time to hit the ground running by dropping his first single under Mavin Records.

Billionaire Mark Zuckerberg Facebook boss

Throw back pictures of Billionaire mark zuckerberg the time he was in Nigeria

toxclusive

Billionaire Mark Zuckerberg Facebook boss is back in Nigeria.

This time he head straight to federal capital territory Abuja and this time around a source told toxclusive that his mission now to Abuja’s to visit President Mohammadu Buhari and vice President Yemi Osimbajo before he can meet with others for Entrepreneur lessons, Here are the photos in abuja with President Mohammed and vice President Yemi osimbajo

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Wizkid Fights Tanzanian Singer Ali Kiba During Chris Brown’s Concert

Reliable news source have confirmed Nigerian Super starWizkidgot into a bit of a scuffle with Tanzanian singerAli Kibaduring a Chris Brown concert in Kenya.

The gist has it that both singers got into disagreement on who should perform ahead of the other.

According to sources, each of the two award-winning singers claimed to be the biggest – in terms of the fan base – hence should perform before the other.

Tanzanian singer Ali Kiba argued that he wouldn’t perform before Wizkid because he considered himself a bigger artiste based on his fan base. The continued face off between both artistes reportedly delayed Chris Brown’s performance who was the headliner of theMombasa Rocks concert.

“Kiba felt he is bigger in Kenya than Wizkid hence he could not understand why he was scheduled to perform before,”NairobiNewsreported.

Ali Kiba finally managed to win the contest and got to perform right before the American superstar.

Unfortunately, for the Tanzanian singer did not complete his set as the plug was pulled on him. Reason being that due to his altercation with Wizkid the concert was unnecessarily delayed, hence his performance was cut short to usher in Chris Brown.

“Anything Jay Z Can Do, I Can Do”- Nicki Minaj Reveals In New Interview

Nicki Minaj is on the cover of the latest issue of Marie Claire this month, the second time she’s appeared on the magazine’s cover, and she has a lot to say about making her own lane as a woman in hip-hop. She talks about drawing career inspiration from Jay Z, wondering why no other female rappers were leveraging their success in this way. “I can look at someone’s career and just pinpoint the dos and the don’ts, and the one person I’ve done that with for my entire career was Jay Z. He did such a great job being an authentic street guy and a businessman, and I was like, ‘Why aren’t there women doing that, taking the success from rap and channeling it into their empire?’ I felt like anything he could do, I could do.”

Nicki Minaj is on the cover of the latest issue of Marie Claire this month, the second time she’s appeared on the magazine’s cover, and she has a lot to say about making her own lane as a woman in hip-hop. She talks about drawing career inspiration from Jay Z, wondering why no other female rappers were leveraging their success in this way. “I can look at someone’s career and just pinpoint the dos and the don’ts, and the one person I’ve done that with for my entire career was Jay Z. He did such a great job being an authentic street guy and a businessman, and I was like, ‘Why aren’t there women doing that, taking the success from rap and channeling it into their empire?’ I felt like anything he could do, I could do.”

So thankful to @marieclaire @aledmond @KAIZFENGand the QUEEN NINA GARCIA @ninagarcia pic.twitter.com/CWamS0YEgy

— NICKI MINAJ (@NICKIMINAJ) October 11, 2016

Nicki also touched on how empowering it is to work with Beyoncé. “Every time Bey and I do something together, I see how women are inspired, and it has nothing to do with how we look,” she said. “It has to do with how we are owning who we are and telling other women you should be the boss of your own career and the brains behind your life or your decisions or your art. I just love that feeling.”

You can catch the entire interview on Marie Claire here.