“My gospel album, ‘Cultural Praise’ paid more than any other in my entire music career” – Kcee

"My gospel album paid more than any other in my entire music career" – Kcee

"My gospel album paid more than any other in my entire music career" – Kcee

Superstar singer and businessman, Kingsley Okonkwo, professionally known as Kcee, has revealed that his joint gospel album with Okwesili Eze Group, ‘Cultural Praise’ paid him more money than other albums he has ever released in his entire music career. Kcee in a recent interview with Cool FM, Lagos, said people mocked him when he toed the line of gospel music, saying it was the end of his career, but surprisingly, the gospel album turned out to be a whopping success. "My gospel album paid more than any other in my entire music career" – KceeMusic star Kcee and his brother, E-Money Kcee said, “When I did the gospel [album] and a lot of people were like, ‘It’s over, he is actually going close to his village. Now he’s taking the music to the village.’ “That was horrible. When I heard that I was like, okay, let’s see how that works. And it didn’t happen. I made more money from it [the gospel album]; more than any ever before in my whole career.”

Mercy Aigbe, Juliet Ibrahim, BBNaija’s stars dazzle at AMVCA 2023 Cultural Day


In anticipation of the highly anticipated 9th edition of the Africa Magic Viewers Choice Awards (AMVCA), a star-studded ‘Opening Night and Cultural Day’ event took place on Thursday, May 18th, setting the stage for the upcoming award night scheduled for Saturday, May 20th, 2023. The evening was a captivating spectacle as Nollywood stars and popular personalities from BBNaija graced the occasion, bringing their fashion A-games to the red carpet.

Mercy aigbe

Dressed to impress, they proudly represented various cultural groups, showcasing the diversity and richness of African heritage.Trending:Another Nigerian lady set to break Guinness World Record as she begins counting of rice grains (Video) Among the notable attendees were celebrated actresses Mercy Aigbe and Juliet Ibrahim, who effortlessly exuded elegance and charm as they walked the red carpet.

Juliet Ibrahim

Their stunning ensembles paid homage to their respective cultural backgrounds, captivating onlookers with their regal presence. Joining the ensemble of stars, Venita Akpofure, Prince Enwerem, Liquorose, and many others added to the spectacle with their dazzling outfits, reflecting their unique cultural influences.


Each celebrity embraced their roots with pride, incorporating traditional elements into their ensembles, showcasing the beautiful fusion of tradition and contemporary style. The mesmerizing photos from the Opening Night quickly gained momentum on the internet, captivating fans and leaving them in awe of the celebrities’ impeccable fashion choices.

Nancy isime

With the event serving as a prelude to the main event on Saturday, expectations and excitement continue to rise as viewers eagerly anticipate the award night where outstanding achievements in African cinema and television will be recognized and celebrated. See other photos below;

Venita akpofure

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Prince enwerem



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“Cultural respect in action” – Little boy’s prostration to an elder goes viral (Video)


In a heartwarming display of traditional culture and respect, a video of a little boy‘s prostration to an elder has gone viral on TikTok. The boy, a Yoruba from Nigeria, was captured on camera demonstrating the traditional way of greeting elders in his culture.

The video, posted by @olori_luxurycollections, has received thousands of likes and comments as of time of sharing. In the video, the little boy walks up to the stranger who just entered the house and prostrates as a way of greeting him. The stranger, visibly surprised and touched by the gesture, smiles and hugs the boy. Prostrating is a traditional form of greeting among the Yoruba people in Nigeria and signifies respect and humility. The little boy’s demonstration of this traditional greeting has sparked a lot of positive reactions from TikTok users who have praised him for his manners and culture. One user commented; “This is so beautiful to see. We need to preserve our culture and pass it on to the next generation.” Another user said; “The respect this little boy has for elders is amazing. It’s rare to see this level of manners in kids nowadays”. Click here to see the video.

FG gives credit to Burna Boy, Davido, Wizkid for promoting cultural tourism

FG gives credit to Burna Boy, Davido, Wizkid for promoting cultural tourism


On Friday, the Nigerian Government acknowledged the contribution of Nigerian superstar singers to cultural tourism.
Speaking during a phone-in programme with Radio Nigeria in Abuja, the Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed made the acknowledgement as he mentions ace singers: Burna Boy, Wizkid, Davido, and Tiwa Savage.

The minister also confidently stated that the country is safe to host the first Global Conference on Cultural Tourism and Creative Industry scheduled to hold in Lagos from Nov. 14 to 17, 2022.
In his words: “The Wizkid of this world, the Burna Boy, Davido and Tiwa Savage have really shown the world that Nigeria is a hub of the creative industry.

“The security challenge Nigeria is facing did not start today and I must say the Federal Government is rising very stoutly to it.
“We cannot say just because we have insecurity challenge, other sectors of the economy should not be developed
“The entire world is aware of the challenges we are facing, yet we were singled out for the hosting of the very first global conference and that speaks volume.
“That is why Nigerians should get out the negativity and look at the positive aspect of it’’.