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Best Ways to Preserve Your Family’s Special Moments

We are yet to embrace the culture of preserving family memories. Most of us, in the present and near past, don’t even know how our families are structured, talk-more of knowing our cousins and other relatives. The few who know the family history, either lived in close relationship with other family members or took out time to dig for themselves.  Finding ways to preserve your family memories is not only an enjoyable pastime, it may create a rich social history of your lives for future generations to come. Families have long held onto memorabilia that give insight into their lives;…

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CHINA DOMINATES ALL SECTORS AS HOLLYWOOD VALUES FALL: A MOVIE REVIEW

Back in February, China’s film industry set a world record for monthly sales in a single market, chalking up 10.1 billion yuan ($1.6 billion). Later, the country posted sales of 20.2 billion yuan ($3.2 billion), a figure approaching the single-market record of around $3.6 billion reported by North America in the final quarter of last year. But while China threatens to become the world’s biggest box office, the commercial model that it once sought to emulate — Hollywood — is losing its dominance in the Chinese market. When China set the new monthly record, its cinemas were full of homemade movies. In March, major Hollywood…

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Top 5 Stanley Enow’s songs

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Stanley Enow is by any standard the biggest name on Cameroon’s urban music stage. His achievements  speak volumes, he’s been occupying the top spot of the rap game for half a decade now and we are yet to see any major challenger.  King Stanley Enow’s journey so far could be likened to a prophet who barely gets honoured in his home! We have seen him over the years convert his hardened haters to fans. Cameroonians are characterised by an in-depth degree of nepotism and tribalism. He’s been called a wack artist by people who didn’t even take out time to…

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J.O.Y In MaShUp 3.0: The Essence of Classics and Rhythm

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When the pieces of a puzzle are put together, it gives joy that only good music can give. J.O.Y is the embodiment of beauty, music, and MaShUp. Her previous releases would attest to her being one of 237 finest vocalists of our generation. Under the management of the Westsi2 corporation, she presents the masterpiece to the new compilation she calls “MaShUp 3.0”. This release comes to certify her as a force to recon with in the music industry. J.O.Y is at peace with music. Her consistency is phenomenal, and the industry needs such level of dedications from artists to grow…

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Cameroon Diaspora Music Awards (CDMA): Meet the Nominees (Part 3)

And the Nominees are… As  we get ready to set the records straight come July 2018 at the Kapital Building, UK, it wouldn’t be fair to create an unnecessary loop. It is but only fair to get you familiar with the nominees and prepare your minds for the finale. We will take you through a gradual process of introduction so that you get to know each and everyone of the talents nominated for CDMA 2018. Nassi B is an individual multitalented rapper/afropop Singer whose love for music and entertainment started way back in the year 2000 when he was a…

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Decoding and Rating the Lyrics(DRL): Big G Baba – Solution Dey

Hey there CB Readers! Hope y’all are kicking healthily strong. One of the many challenges the 237 music industry is facing nowadays is her inability to produce artists with lyrical strength that can pierce the heart of time. With most artists focusing on the money, the value of music is gradually fading. Perusing the archives of 237’s musical stratosphere, one can’t help but reminisce about the wonders of ancient tracks like ‘Trouver la Vie, Pourquoi Papa a taper mama, Associe, Rosi Muna, Sous Prefect, Lettre a James, Tamanjong, C’est la vie, juventus, etc.’ At CB, we thought it wise to calling…

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Was Stanley Enow in the right frame of mind when he made the statement?

Stanley Enow

In the 70s, the Douala based  Makossa style dominated the scenes in Cameroon! In 1972, Manu Dibango released his much acclaimed  funky hybrid “Soul Makossa” which at the time and beyond, was the greatest musical export from Cameroon as its popular chant “Mamasay mamasa mamakusa” touched the souls of both Michael Jackson and Rihanna so much so that, they had to incorporate it in their respective lyrics of: “Wanna Be Startin’ Somethin” and “Don’t Stop The Music”. Makossa evolved into an urban, electric and dance rhythm beat which later morphed into “Pop Makossa” championed by the likes of: Eboa Lotin, Manu Dibango,…

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Skiezy Ayenkea on MCMG’s Spotlight

Focus on Skiezy Ayenkea Skiezy Ayenkea is a Diaspora based Cameroonian Rapper who recently travelled back home to stamp his footprint in the country’s showbiz soil.  He has done superb covers and freestyle and he thinks it’s about time he stamps and seals his position in the industry by working none stop to ensure his album “The Chase” get released before the year runs out. Just like young Holiday and Wan Shey, Skiezy Ayenkea; is also a rapper with a broad mind, a good lyricist, a lyrical coder and decoder. He has been in the game as early as 1999, but…

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Cameroon Diaspora Music Awards (CDMA): Meet the Nominees (Part 2)

And the Nominees are… Following the first list of nominees published for the CDMA, here comes another. As  we get ready to set the records straight come July 2018 at the Kapital Building, UK, it wouldn’t be fair to create an unnecessary loop. It is only fair to get you familiar with the nominees and prepare your minds for the finale. We will take you through a gradual process of introduction so that you get to know each and everyone of the talents nominated for CDMA 2018. Mixer is a Cameroonian Soul, Pop and Afro beat singer/songwriter whose enchanting sound…

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Wan Shey on MCMG’s Spotlight

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FOCUS ON WAN SHEY; THE KAMER RAPPER WITH AN ABSTRACT MINDSET Wan Shey is the “Status Update” hit maker, an outstanding Kamer rapper who is off the wack lyrical lane. “Status Update” the video; which went viral both home and abroad was an additional red feather on this epic rapper’s black cap of fame as it held fans, lovers of good music and other talented artists spellbound. Young holiday, another talented rapper felt it touched his soul and had to appreciate by writing a letter of  bars to Wan Shey. Before the release of the much acclaimed “Status Update”, Wan Shey…

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Delphine Itambi; The Frank Rajah Arase Of Cameroon Movie Industry

Dear CB readers, today, we bring to your reading pleasure: a unique personality with a deep mind, an outstanding movie director, producer and screen-player who dares to think out of the box, a loving, supportive and charismatic damsel. Whose favorite colour is red and currently single! Hiya, readers, I caught up with the beautiful and multi talented “Itambi Delphine” on Whatsapp and had an in depth interview with her. Get yourself a combo of pop corn and some juice while she thrills and educates you with her: experiences, adventures and motivation as a film maker.    🙂 Itambi Delphine is…

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Cameroon Diaspora Music Awards (CDMA): Meet the Nominees (Part 1)

And the Nominees are… As  we get ready to set the records straight come July 2018 at the Kapital Building, UK, it wouldn’t be fair to create an unnecessary loop. It is but only fair to get you familiar with the nominees and prepare your minds for the finale. We will take you through a gradual process of introduction so that you get to know each and everyone of the talents nominated for CDMA 2018. Julz is a UK Afrobeats artist with a Cameroonian origin signed to Afru Music Entertainment. His genre of music Afro pop originates from a fusion…

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Recognition of Excellence: Cameroon Diaspora Music Awards (CDMA)

There are a lot of actors in the music industry in Cameroon, home and abroad, but a few stand out in the crowd. The maiden event for recognition of excellence from artists of Cameroonian origin in the diaspora is set to kick off come July, 2018. CDMA 2018 (Cameroon Diaspora Music Awards 2018)  is here to stay. Everything you need to know about this event is right here  ➡ http://www.cameroondiasporaawards.com/ The brain behind the upcoming event is none other than the 32 year old Don Larry Wa Motoko. Don is the founding CEO of Cameroon diaspora music awards. He holds a…

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New Video :Cameroonian singer Lionel Scofield releases the Video of BeriWo Tah

Sometimes we spend so much time and energy thinking about where we want to go that we don’t notice where we happen to be. Any day above ground is a good day. Before you complain about anything, be thankful for your life and the things that are still going well. Be thankful for the beautiful moment. Be thankful for the gift of today. Be thankful for how far you have reached.  Lionel Scofield brings you  Beri’Woh Tah, lamso cover of Locko’s thank you Lord. Watch, enjoy and drop your comments.  https://m.youtube.com/watch?feature=youtu.be&v=YJdMK9zQGmw

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Success Beyond Measure: Top 10 Cameroon Musicians of 2017

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With a new year set for rolling in all domains of life, it wouldn’t be fair to give a score-sheet for the just ended year, 2017.  The music industry in Cameroon has experienced it’s own delicate share of ups and downs; yet its trajectory points towards the positive direction. 2017 has been a year of success to say the least. Despite the civil unrest in the country, good music has been able to truncate the daily torments, giving us a chance to grasps for laughter once in a while. While some household names in the industry keep their game in…

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Cameroonian Rapper Wan Shey Drops The Visuals Of His Song Status update.

Sabiboy records finally drops the visuals of “status update”. In this song the Cameroonian rapper Wan Shey thank his fans immensely for giving him a reason to forge ahead. Status update is Wan Shey’s first release this year, a well-blended masterpiece with Method J on the instrumentals. Watch, enjoy, comment and share your thoughts about the song.

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Bruno Mars: The Mind Behind the World’s Most Successful Songs

 The Man Behind the Name Bruno Mars Peter Gene Hernandez (born October 8, 1985) professionally known as Bruno Mars is an American singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, record producer, and choreographer. He graduated from high school and moved to Los Angeles to pursue a musical career. After being dropped by Motown Records, Mars signed a recording contract with Atlantic Records in 2009. In the same year, he co-founded the production team The Smeezingtons, responsible for the singles “Nothin’ on You” by B.o.B and “Billionaire” by Travie McCoy. You must have been wondering what Bruno Mars was doing before dropping the highly acclaimed single…

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A Mature Kamer Entertainment Industry For a Better 2018

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A better tomorrow in unity Another year has started, objectives set, to be created contents drafted, emotions settled, battle-lines drawn, gossip sources identified, foes noted, friends tagged, but man’s still not hot. 2017 taught us one great lesson which we couldn’t learn in years passed; ‘we can make Kamer Entertainment industry better with just a little more effort.’ The recognition the industry received surpasses that of any other year. With YouTube views hitting a million in just days and upcoming talents doing the unthinkable, we can for sure say that ‘jungle don mature.’ It wouldn’t be hyperbolic should we dare…

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GOOD MUSIC: A GIFT FROM THE MENDER OF BAD SOLES (MIYA KA)

Welcome Beautiful readers of Cameroonian Beauties. We’re always on top to keep you in the best of your mood and entertained with good vibes and music… This Christmas season, we didn’t just celebrate Christmas, but also the bringing to existence of kamer’s rap genius; Young holiday, and the queen, Dih of Vanilla Tunes (First lady)… The Vanilla duo decided to glamorize the day’s celebration with a breathe taking and on-point track titled “Miya Ka,” translating to “Thank You“. As we continue grooving in the Holi Weather, the brain behind the most anticipated and most positively acclaimed musical piece of any…

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The world’s most unusual hotels

 Amangiri Hotel This is no ordinary hotel or resort, but rather an enclave of comfort and style in North America’s most dramatic desert landscape Tree hotel, Harads, Sweden Located in the pine forest around Harads are seven unique ‘treerooms’ (more are planned to open in the near future). Treehouses include the glass capsule-like Cabin, the lifelike Bird’s Nest, the mind-blowing reflective Mirrorcube and the UFO (pictured), which reminds guests of the final scene in E.T. There is also a Tree Sauna. Crane Hotel Faralda, Amsterdam, Netherlands An unashamedly bonkers hotel in up-and-coming Amsterdam Noord. This three-suite property is housed in…

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