Parris LaDame is definitely the most serious brand in Naptown. She has been repping for the entire mid-west and is one of the acts that I have paid top dollar to grace my events. Her new music video “Pop it” is out and is currently the talk of the west-side of Indianapolis. This represents her first single for the year although the orange hair artist did put out “Do it” music video and “Orange head” freestyle in 2020

Last year, she won the award for Best Single of the year for an international artist at the Afrique Entertainment Awards. Parris Ladame is very popular on the streets and especially with the female folks and she uses this to her advantage in her new video. Check out the video for her new single Pop it above and orange hair freestyle below.  Her album is said to be dropping anytime soon and the whole of Naptown is anticipating.


Popular USA based creative artist and director, OluwaTimileyin has officially dropped the video to his new single Ride or Die. OluwaTimileyin is known for creating compelling arts. According to him, his creativity comes from God. “I create art to express the divine creativity of God through man. I started producing music a year ago and my song is a combination of Afrocentric vibes with hip-pop fusion. The theme of all my song is “My God, My Queen, and My Universe”. My God as the creator of all things, my queen as the bone of my bone whom God has created to coproduce with me into manifesting greatness into our universe”.

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Feel Good Music (FGM) presents the Official Video for GROOVE by Wizzy ft Fweshie Oloye off his Upcoming E.P. WizzyWee is a Houston based Nigerian rapper who consistently puts out electric vibes. Grooving is essential, grooving with beautiful women is even more important and this video is no short of exotic women. It is one of the best African songs and videos you can find out here. His Mixtape promises to be fire right from the first track with something for everyone but right now Wizzy Wee is focused on grooving.

With Afrobeat making astronomical strides in the diaspora, King Wizzy continues to stay ahead of the competition with another banging video. The video features another promising Nigerian act, Fweshie Okoye, and is directed by Mr. Victorious.

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Link up with Wizzy Wee on Instagram @Wizzywee1

Wizzy Wee is definitely one of Nigeria’s biggest artists in the diaspora. He consistently puts out quality music and super fresh music videos and you have no choice but to love him. I call him the ladies man, he is cool, calm and collected and delivers some of the wittiest rap bars in an effortless manner.

Real name Wisdom Akataobi, Wizzywee became a popular figure in Port Harcourt Nigeria before venturing into the USA. At the time, he was the second half of a two-man group known as sugarboiz signed Under H-records – a record company that was heavily linked to DJ humility. Wizzy wee since migrated to the USA and is having a time of his life,  putting out some of the heaviest hits in the American music scene.

His latest single Feel alright is a feel-good Afrobeat number targeted at the grown and sexy female audience. It features another super talented vocalist, “Sampson O.G.A”. Watch the video below, it is directed by Dir by Jay Clark.

Connect with Wizzy Wee on Instagram @wizzywee1

If you are a film-maker and looking for ways to advance your film-making prowess, i will encourage you to read blow.

As a video enthusiast getting the right footages is always paramount, but since the inception of log cameras like the Panasonic, Sony, Bmcc, and Bmpcc, etc that shoot on 4K, the responsibility of getting your colors right has grown exponentially.


CDBlutbox fills up the gap and brings your log footages to life. With just a click, you can add life, base start, or final grade to your images. Created by Renowned Filmmaker and Colorist Kelvin Silver also known as Cleroydaboss who has color graded and mastered blockbuster African and international movies and music videos. He has also worked with great African filmmakers like Desmond Elliot, Mike Ezuruonye, and international Hollywood cinematographer (John Njaga Demps; An Award-Winning Cinematographer responsible for films like “Phat Girls” and “A Place in the Stars”) and also Color-graded the Blockbuster African movie “The Lost Number” Dir by Kester Nsirim, that won several awards internationally.

“Creating this set of LUT was like giving out a part of me to the young and coming filmmakers to ease their stress of Colorgrading their film and documentary projects,” Cleroy said. “This set of LUTs is centered on the African Films, & Music videos that have the African Dark and Brown Skin-tones, It’s easy to use with any plugin that has the capability to accept LUTs,” he added.

Check out his showreel below.






Onosz has dished out a series of viral video and live performances to his trending single titled Together. Since the song dropped on the 7th of February it has continued to grow in views and appeal. The latest video released by Onosz is a live performance at Gugurutv, the previous was a live studio session of Onosz performing the song. Both videos are dope but Onosz still insists that the Official video is in the works and drops soon.

Watch the two viral videos released by Onosz below…


After receiving over 60 impressive movies from mostly African and African American short-film directors and production houses, we finally came up with a list of 12 movies that made the final cut.

It was very difficult to streamline the list because almost all the entries were good enough. Our judges had the difficult task of putting this list together. The purpose of IAFF is to give the African short-film director a channel to connect with the rest of the world. Many misconceptions about Africa exist mostly via foreign movies so it is time we tell the African story from an African’s perspective and let the world see Africa from the eyeball of an African and not just that of an outsider as the case has almost always been.  It is our goal to expose new African talents to the world.

These Short films center on religion, sex, Politics, marriage, relationships, crime, and business as it pertains to African societies, but most importantly they come from the perspective of Africans. The Short-film that is able to get the most views in combination with the highest votes will be awarded a $1000 (cash and gift package), while the runners up and the 3rd placed will go home with a $450 and $250 package respectively. We would like to thank all those who participated in the process and we hope that your talents impact the world.

You can also donate to contribute to the overall price package and contribute to the growth of the movie industry in Africa via the donate button below. Click on the title of the movie to view it. Remember a combination of the highest views and votes is what is required to win these prices. Voting ends May, 25th, 2020 and winners will be announced afterward.

These below are the 12 short-films gunning for the top spot.


Thank you so much for deciding to donate to IAFF and helping movie production in Africa. You can increase the donation by increasing the number in the box


Czure is a Nigerian born and raised producer/songwriter who currently lives in Houston Texas — home to some of the most talented Nigerians in the USA. Growing up in a music-loving household exposed him to the sounds of everyone from Fela to Dr. Dre from an early age. This without a doubt influenced his keen ear for, not just music, but “sounds” in general.

The ability to pick out the right tones is the hallmark of every producer’s sound and Czure definitely does this well! With over ten years of “music-making” experience tucked under his belt, its no wonder he is able to curate music that anyone can relate to.

Recently stepping into the spotlight as an artist himself, Czure has dropped a few singles that are actually rather impressive. The ability to wear numerous hats while creating gives him an unfair advantage if you will.

Listen below to his newest Afro-beat offering titled Dumb, I am hundred percent certain that this will move up the charts quickly.

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Weeks after winning the Song of the year with her single Hang up, High flying Parris Ladame releases another dope video off her successful “ Mood swing” album. Parris is arguably Indiana’s most prominent female rapper, with a following of over 60,000 followers across all social media networks, she is definitely the one flying the flag for the city.

Do it is Bossy & Rude but served in a chill and relaxed way. The Track is produced by Fresh does it and the video is directed by one of Indiana’s finest directors Oluvisualgod.

She got the entire city behind her

Sensational and Award-winning singer  KELLA KAYY  has released the official music video of her buzzing single titled FOLAKE. The record was produced by Becky J and the video was directed by a skilled video director shot on Wednesday.

Folake by KELLA KAYY tells the story of a young girl whose parents had chosen a career path for but she would rather do something else. Would she follow her heart or fulfill the desires of both Parents? This story is told with reference to most Parents in our country Nigeria.

Kella Kayy has such an amazing voice. This song has become my ring tone since I heard it a couple of weeks ago.

Check it out and share your thoughts below