Mr. 2Kay – Ride To Elevated Ft. Olisa Adibua, Moet, DJ Jimmy Jatt [Video Documentary]

Veteran media icon, Olisa Adibua, alongside legendary disc jockey, Jimmy Jatt and radio goddess, Moet Abebe were some of the unbiased critics that participated in Mr. 2Kay’s ‘Ride to the Elevated Album’ exercise that held about 2 weeks before the release of the album.The ‘Ride to the Elevated Album’ is a first of its kind project where Mr. 2Kay indulged some shot callers in the music and media industry who listened to some of the songs off his latest album and aired their honest opinions about the songs and by extension, the album.

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China Box Office Surges 39 Percent In First Two Months Of 2018

Hollywood, however, has been somewhat absent from the scene in 2018. The three biggest U. S. films this year so far are Jumaji: Welcome to the Jungle ($77. 9 million), Maze Runner: The Death Cure ($49. 7 million) and Star Wars: The Last Jedi ($42. 6 million), all of which were dwarfed by an imported Bollywood blockbuster, Amir Kahn’s musical drama Secret Superstar ($117 million).At the close of February, Wanda Film’s action comedy blockbuster Detective Chinatown 2, a ribald local spin on the Sherlock archetype, was 2018’s frontrunner, having pulled in $454. 5 million since Feb. 16.It was closely trailed by Bona Film Group’s military action flick Operation Red Sea, which has ridden red-hot word-of-mouth to become 2018’s biggest surprise, with a $395 million total so far.

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Jumabee Ft. Skales – Brakata Dance [Video]

Jumabee is certainly one of the youngest and most hardworking acts in the Nigerian music scene.. while the fans are still enjoying the trending tune “SANKARA” featuring Harrysong the music machine has decided to end the year with an irresistible deejay’s favourite tune titled “BRAKATA DANCE” which features the cool temper crooner SKALES.

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Box-Office Preview: 'Red Sparrow,' 'Death Wish' Brave 'Black Panther'

Jennifer Lawrence stars in ‘Red Sparrow,’ a seductive, R-rated action pic; ‘Death Wish,’ featuring Bruce Willis, is a remake of the classic 1974 revenge thriller.A pair of R-rated action movies go up against Black Panther: Jennifer Lawrence-starrer Red Sparrow and Death Wish, a remake of the 1974 revenge-thriller that starred Charles Bronson.At the specialty box office, movies competing in the Oscar race hope to benefit from an 11th-hour surge before Sunday’s Academy Awards ceremony, including such best-picture nominees as The Shape of Water, Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri, Darkest Hour, Phantom Thread and Call Me by Your Name.

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Weekend Box Office: 'Black Panther' Scores Massive $111.7M In Second Outing

Ryan Coogler’s groundbreaking superhero pic Black Panther continued to defy all expectations in its sophomore outing, grossing $111. 7 million from 4,020 theaters to score the top second weekend of all time behind 2015’s Star Wars: The Force Awakens and finish Sunday with a domestic haul of $403. 6 million, according to final numbers.In North America, Black Panther — which became the fourth movie to cross $100 million in its second weekend — earned more in its second outing than a number of 2017 tentpoles did in their first weekend, including Wonder Woman ($103. 3 million), Justice League ($93 million) and The Fate of the Furious ($98. 8 million).Another accomplishment: Black Panther is already the top-grossing February opener of all time domestically — Deadpool was the previous best with $363. 1 million — and is on the verge of becoming the No. 3 MCU title of all time in the U. S. once it passes Captain America: Civil War ($408 million) and Iron Man 3 ($409 million) in the next several days.

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Weekend Box Office: 'Black Panther' Scores Record $108M In Second Outing

In North America, Black Panther — which became the fourth movie to cross $100 million in its second weekend — earned more in its second outing than a number of 2017 tentpoles did in their first weekend, including Wonder Woman ($103. 3 million), Justice League ($93 million) and The Fate of the Furious ($98. 8 million).Ryan Coogler’s groundbreaking superhero pic Black Panther continued to defy all expectations in its sophomore outing, grossing an estimated $108 million from 4,020 theaters to score the top second weekend of all time behind 2015’s Star Wars: The Force Awakens.Another accomplishment: Black Panther is already the top-grossing February of all time domestically — Deadpool was the previous best with $363. 1 million —  and is on the verge of becoming the No. 3 MCU title of all time in the U. S. as it prepares to pass up Captain America: Civil War ($408 million) and Iron Man 3 ($409 million) in the next few days.

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