Drake Drops New Album ‘More Life’ 

The 30-year-old rapper debuted More Life on his OVO Sound radio show on Beats 1 on Saturday (March 18).

Drake first announced his More Life playlist project back in October and has released several singles since, such as “Two Birds, One Stone,” “Sneakin,’” and “Fake Love.”

The album art shows Drake‘s father Dennis Graham with the words “A Playlist By October Firm.”

More Life includes 22 tracks and also features Kanye WestTravis Scott2 Chainz, and more.

Download the album now on iTunes

​Ellen DeGeneres Wins Three Awards at KCAs 2017, Has Crowd Recite Oath To Be In Her Squad

Ellen DeGeneres took home not one, but  Three different awards at the Kids’ Choice Awards!

The 59-year-old comedian totally killed her speech (obviously) at the event held at USC Galen Center on Saturday (March 11) in Los Angeles.
After Gwen Stefani presented her with the awards for Favorite Voice From an Animated Movie, Favorite Animated Movie, and #Squad – all for her work as the voice of Dory in Finding Dory – Ellen addressed the crowd.
It means the most to me that you would want to be in my squad,” she said. “That, to me, is the biggest compliment that I would win #Squad. So here’s what I would like to do because I would like for you to be in my squad. I would like everyone to take an oath so that you can be in my squad. Raise your left hand. No, I’m sorry. Raise your right hand. Raise them both. And just repeat after me…”

I am good enough just as I am,” Ellen recited. “I am supposed to be unique and different. I’m not supposed to be like everyone else. I promise to be kind to people. I promise to brush my teeth every day and floss. And watch the Ellen show every single day.

I love you all,” she finished. “You’re in my squad!”

Complete List Of Winners At The AMVCA 2017

​The 5th edition of the prestigious Africa Magic Viewers’ Choice Awards (AMVCAs) held yesterday, Saturday, March 4, 2017, at the Eko Hotel and Suites, Victoria Island Lagos.

The ceremony, which was broadcast live across the continent was hosted by IK Osakioduwa and Minenhle ‘Minnie’ Dlamini.

Here Is The Complete Winners List For The AMVCA 2017: 

Best Make Up Artiste (Movies/TV series)

Oloibiri – Hakeem Onilogbo Ajibola, Perekeme Odon

Best Costume Designer

76 – Pat Egwurube

Best Art Director

76 – Pat Nebo

Best Sound Editor (Movies/TV series)

Vaya

Best Picture Editor (Movie/TV series)

Oloibiri – Nnodim Chigozie, Paula Peterson

Best Lighthing Designer (Movies/TV series)

93 Days – Elliot Sewape

Best Cinematographer

Happiness is a Four Letter Word – Lance Gewer

Best Documentary

Alison

Best Short Film or Online Video

Cat Face

Best Actress in an M-Net original comedy series

Deborah Anugwa – Hustle

Best Actor in an M-Net comedy series

Samuel Ajibola – “The Johnsons”

Best Actress in an M-Net original drama series

Meg Otanwa – “Hush”

Best Actor in an M-Net original drama series

David Jones David – “Hotel Majestic”

Best M-Net original comedy series

The Johnsons

Best M-Net original drama series

Tinsel

Best Indigenous Language TV series/movies (Swahili)

Zilizala

Best Indigenous Language TV series/movies (Hausa)

Yaki Da Zuciya

Best Indigenous Language TV series/movies (Yoruba)

Somwhere in The Dark – Abiodun Jimoh, Jumoke Odetola

Best Indigenous Language TV series/movies (Igbo)

Amoye-Bu-Onye

Best Soundtrack/ Original Score

The Encounter – Michael ‘The Truth’ Ogunlade

Best TV series

Jenifa’s Diary

Best Writer

Vaya

Best Supporting Actress

Ebele Okaro – Four One Love

Best Supporting Actor In A Drama (Movie/TV series)

Rotimi Salami – Just Not Married

#AMVCA2017 Industry Merit Award went to Mr Chika Okpala

Trailblazer Award went to Somkele Iyamah-Idhalama

Best Actor in a comedy

Imeh Bishop Umoh – The Boss is Mine

Best Actress in a comedy 

Funke Akindele

Winner for the Best Movie – East Africa 

Sarika Hemi Lakhani

Best Movie West Africa 

Oloibiri

Best Movie South Africa 

All about love

Best Overall Movie 

76 – Izu Ojukwu

Best Director

Izu Ojukwu – 76

Best Actress in a Drama (Movies/TV Series)

Rita Dominic – 76

Best Actor in a Drama

Sambasa Nzeribe – Slow Country