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Qdot’s New Album “Alagbe” features Niniola, Zlatan, Patoranking & 9ice | Listen Now

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Indigenous artist Qdot has released his highly anticipated album “Alagbe“.


The 17-track album features Afrobeats heavyweights including Patoranking, Niniola, 9ice, Zlatan, T-Classic, Alh. Wasiu Alabi, Pasuma, Xsmile, Jaywon and Pepenazi.

Production credits got to Xsmile, 2Tupondeebeatz, Pherari, CitiBoi, Antras, Anti Virus, Tozbeat, Dabeathandle, Soshine, Shockerbeat, DjYKbeat, Hennykong and Glow. Qdot says,

The Definition Of Qdot:
Qdot is an Indigenous artist who came from nothing but with hard-work and prayer to gain his own ground in the music industry.
Qdot is a connection of love and music. I’m the universal languages of mankind…

Where words fail, music speaks. Life is like a beautiful melody, only the lyrics are messed up. Music is the language of the spirit.

Stream the album below:

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Ozo reacts after Nengi leaked their private Whatsapp chat

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Former Big Brother Naija housemate, Ozoemena Joseph has reacted after Nengi Hampson shared their whatsapp chat on Instagram.



Nengi leaked her private chat with Ozo where Ozo asked her if she thinks he’s not religious enough, and Nengi in her response, asked him if he can pray.

Ozo added that he doesn’t ask God to strike down people whenever he prays to him.

Sharing the chat, Nengi said;

“SMH. This one is always complaining that I like to cast and bind too much”.

Reacting to this, Ozoemena reposted the chat on his Instagram page and stated openly that prayers work.

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Lydia Forson Dazzles on the Cover of Schick Magazine’s Latest Issue

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Ghanaian actress, producer, entrepreneur and activist Lydia Forson is the cover star in the annual Fashion Issue of SCHICK Magazine 10th edition.


In this Fashion Issue, Lydia who is known for promoting body positivity speaks about her style, public perception, getting the E! nomination, her latest project, roots and activism.

On public perception:

I try to remember that the concept of perfection is a farce and even the people talking negatively about my body, have their own insecurities to deal with.

On her latest project:

I recently starred in a movie called “Us In Between”, which was inspired by true events leading up to the lockdown in Ghana when COVID-19 cases started going up. It drained me emotionally and mentally because not only was I embodying the character as an infected nurse, but filming during what was and still is one of the most difficult periods for filmmakers. I had to not only dig deep into my emotions but the fear of being infected regardless of the safety protocols put in place.

On getting the E! Nomination:

I woke up to the email at midnight and thought it was a prank. I like to believe that it’s just me being myself that may have attracted that sort of attention, and if that is why, it’s all the validation I need to continue being me.


Find a sneak peek of the cover story, styled by Nutifafa and photographed by Gilbert Asante on Schick Magazine

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Tiger Beer Spotlights Men’s Mental and Physical Health Care

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International premium beer brand Tiger Lager recently organized a two-day event to appreciate and create awareness for men and their mental health for the month of November. It was pure excitement as notable individuals like Noble Igwe, Taymesan, Nnamdi Okeke, Samuel Otigba, and many more were in attendance.


The events which were held at the Live Lounge in Victoria Island, Lagos, and the Mancave in Lekki, Lagos, gave men an opportunity to talk about important things that affect them, all the while enjoying cold beer and playing exciting games and activities.


The events were put together as part of the brand’s movember campaign to raise awareness for men’s mental health. “Movember” is a global movement to raise awareness of men’s health issues, such as prostate cancer, testicular cancer, mental health, and men’s suicide using unconventional approaches such as a man’s moustache. The Tiger beer brand encouraged its consumers and target audience to Uncage their “Tashes” and emotions throughout the month.

With this unique campaign, the public was implored to join in on the conversation, as Tiger beer had giphy tashes, IG Live with a mental health professional, tiger care packages amongst others encouraging men to share their unique stories.

Speaking at the event, Brand Manager, International brands, Nigerian Breweries Plc, Chinwe Greg-Egu said, “Tiger beer inspires people to uncage and express themselves. For the last month, the Movember campaign started and maintains the conversations we seldom ever have in Nigeria. Conversations highlighting how men must be in tune with their emotions and mental health. With this campaign we wanted to create a safe space for them, and I’m glad we not only did that but we surpassed expectations.”

For men who attended the Mancave x Tiger events on Friday, November 27, and Saturday, November 28, the events posed an opportunity to uncage – either by having a clean haircut, playing snooker, or even having a pedicure right at the venue.

Tiger Beer, a product of Nigeria’s leading brewer, Nigerian Breweries Plc, is known for its penchant for self-expression. For two years now, Tiger Beer has constantly thrown its weight behind conversations surrounding its unique brand message of uncaging, and it seems no one is left as men uncaged their emotions, anxieties, and thoughts.

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