Friday, July 3, 2020
- Advertisement -

TAG

harrysong

Suicide note: Reason behind Harrysong’s “Don’t cry when I die” note

The Management of Alterplate Record Label has explained to fans of popular Nigerian musician, Harrison Tare Okiri, better known as Harrysong, why he wrote...

2baba, HarrySong, Duncan Mighty, more, set to shut down Port Harcourt with #DareToMix Festival

  This year, the country’s biggest cocktail festival brought to you by Campari, Dare To Mix, is hitting the town of Port Harcourt in a...

You can take everything from me, not my place, Harrysong post video slamming Kcee

Feud between Harrysong and Kcee might not be ending anytime soon. At the recent Warri Mega Fiesta headlined by Harrysong, he unleashed vitriol on his former...

Harrysongs dumps Five Star Music, starts own label

Harrysongs, Former Five Star Music general has parted ways with his former management and has since unveiled his own record label. The Raggae Blues...

Harrysong and His Crew Survives Ghastly Car Accident

Reggae Blues singer, Harrysong has every reason to be grateful for the gift of life. The Five star music star and his crew were reportedly...

Latest news

NITDA calls for upscaling quality on indigenous devices

By Ijeoma Olorunfemi The National Information Technology Development Agency (NITDA) has called on Certified Computer Manufacturers of Nigeria (CCMON) to improve the quality of indigenously...

Nigeria ṣe igbasilẹ 626 igba tuntun COVID-19 ni Ọjọbọ

Nipasẹ Abujah Racheal Ni Ojobo Ni Ilu igbasilẹ ti 626 ẹjọ COVID-19 tuntun, kiko lapapọ awọn akopọ si 27,110. Ile-iṣẹ Nigeria fun Iṣakoso Arun (NCDC) ṣe...

Nigeria records 626 new COVID-19 cases Thursday

By Abujah Racheal Nigeria on Thursday recorded 626 new COVID-19 cases, bringing the total infections to 27,110. The Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) made this known...

Iranlọwọ COVID-19 ti Ilu U.S. de ọdọ N15.5bn

Iṣẹ iranlọwọ pajawiri ti Ilu Amẹrika ti COVID-19 si Nigeria dide si 41.3 milionu dọla (N15.5 bilionu) bi Ọjọbọ, ni ibamu si Ẹka ti...

U.S. COVID-19 assistance to Nigeria hits N15.5bn

The United States’ COVID-19 emergency aid to Nigeria rose to 41.3 million dollars (N15.5 billion) as of Thursday, according to the Department of State. This...
- Advertisement -

CLICK TO RECEIVE LATEST JOB NEWS ON YOUR PHONE


CLICK TO RECEIVE LATEST JOB NEWS ON YOUR TELEGRAPH

Contact: info@fellowpress.com